Katafanga Island

Fiji | Pacific Ocean

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  • Sizeapprox. 225 acres
  • Price
    • USD 17,000,000
    • EUR 15,543,568
    • GBP 13,872,634
    • CAD 22,718,479
    • SEK 176,144,372
    • CHF 15,526,470
    • AUD 24,090,976
    • BRL 86,133,126
    • NZD 26,246,868
    • FJD 36,993,691
    • CNY 114,538,996
    • RUB 1,821,721,679
    • NOK 170,641,949
    • XPF 1,858,699,826
  • LocationLau Group in Eastern Fiji
  • Country/State Fiji
  • Region Pacific Ocean

Dream Island in the South Pacific with freehold title and own airstrip

A timeless and rare opportunity to own one of the last freehold islands in the South Pacific paradise of Fiji. Katafanga Island, also known as the Blue Lagoon, is strategically encircled by a natural 5,000 acre turquoise blue lagoon, and breathtaking sugar white beaches. It is one of the most developed islands in Fiji and the region and includes a runway, a ring road, a water reservoir, jetties and employee housing. 20 villas are currently under construction.

Katafanga is located in the exclusive Lau Group in Eastern Fiji. These 57 islands are some of the most sought after due to their privacy, as they are remote and sparsely populated in all of Fiji.

Colorful reefs wedge themselves between the ocean and the secluded bays and beaches. Lau islanders are known for their woodcarving and masi (bark cloth) crafts, and have been greatly influenced by neighboring Polynesian cultures.

The climate here is drier than most parts of Fiji. Tourism is less developed here than in other parts of Fiji but this is precisely why these islands appeal to many who seek to experience a true island getaway.

Katafanga is a one hour flight from the international airport in Nadi, flying over some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, or by yacht, sailing through the most amazing waters.

A huge amount of work has been done on this island with an airstrip formed, ring road blasted around the island and water and power pipes and cables laid!




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