Groups Experience Transformational Travel on Turtle Island

Turtle Island, Fiji, transformational travel, experiential travel
Turtle Island

In today’s tech-hungry climate, groups more than ever feel the need to escape the digital world and take part in the latest travel trend: transformational travel.

One property that recently underwent a renovation and rebranded itself as a transformational travel destination is Turtle Island, a private island in Fiji. This 500-acre sanctuary offers a place for groups of up to 28 attendees to truly get away from it all as an incentive trip or simply to build the camaraderie that may be missing at the office. Attracting only 1,500 visitors a year, Turtle Island was built on the idea of consciousness and restoration by an entrepreneur who had worked too long and hard before finding the spiritual guidance of the island.

On the island, overworked attendees can find balance and restore mindfulness. Traditional Kava ceremonies and village trips help groups learn the Fijian lifestyle. The island’s private beaches and Fijian jungle trails allow for a renewed connection with nature. And group dinners with local Fijians and Turtle Island staff help remind attendees about a sense of community.

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Attendees can stay in one of the villas crafted from island-grown hardwoods and situated right along the water. The remoteness of the island allows groups to eat a moveable feast of traditional local delicacies such as lemongrass, slipper lobsters and tropical soursop on a private beach or in an open-air picnic setting. On Thursdays, Turtle Island staff even prepares dinner in the Fijian underground oven called a lovo.

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