This all-inclusive rate is the best value of any saltwater destination on the planet. "An extraordinary adventure" Putting Christmas Island into words is a bit like catching the proverbial moonbeam in a bottle -- it's hard to do justice to the island's magnificent fishery and to capture the kaleidoscope of experiences. Weekly Package, rate is per person based on double occupancy with a shared room and shared guide.
Accommodations during your one week stay at Christmas Island will be at the Ikari House Lodge. Conveniently located in the village of London, the Lodge is operated by an English-speaking staff, and nestled on the water overlooking the island's vast lagoon. 10 modern, simple but pleasantly decorated rooms offer air conditioning and private baths. They are all on one floor and open onto a Maneaba facing the water. Each room has a small refrigerator and private bathroom, which includes a shower heated by solar energy. The dining will include ample portions of a variety of hearty meals as well as some exotic dishes and lots of fresh seafoods. Meats and vegetables are flown in from Hawaii, so there's no concern about stomach disorders. Groups are treated to a weekly luau, featuring fresh lobsters and complete with traditional native singing and dancing. The open-air Maneaba on the beach is where the gang usually gathers each evening to spin yarns of record bonefish that got away or the ravages of imposing trevally. Both are always well-stocked, there's plenty of ice, and the informal atmosphere couldn't be better.
Christmas Island is primarily an angler's destination however, there are some other great activities. There is excellent diving, as well as various island touring and eco activities that can be arranged for you. Ever dream of swimming with Manta Rays?