From unlimited scuba diving to a luxurious treasure hunt, this one-of-a-kind vacation to Calala Island will allow a group of 10 guests the chance to indulge for 7 days.

Just off the coast of Nicaragua, the Calala Islands is a stunning, secluded island, which will be made additionally private with the guarantee of a week-long no-fly zone.

The week-long trip offered by VeryFirstTo, houses guests in four luxurious villas while they enjoy access to a plethora of enriching activities, such as scuba diving or motorized water sports.

Participants of this luxurious getaway will fly to Nicaragua on an Embraer Legacy wide bodied private jet from any U.S. city of their choice. Upon landing, the group will be whisked off to the paradise island in two Bell helicopters.

Calala Island was historically a pirate’s playground, so participants of the trip will be invited to step back in time and embark on a specially curated treasure hunt. With a hidden treasure chest containing gold bars and coins worth at least $150,000, the stakes are certainly high.

Guests will indulge in a remarkable sushi experience when they see fish go from the ocean to plate within minutes. In this activity the group will head out on the island’s fishing boat to catch their supper. The freshly-caught fish will be prepared onboard the boat by the island’s Itamae Sushi chef and guests will be lavished with a spectacular spread of the world’s freshest sashimi and maki rolls.

Another exclusive Calala Island experience includes a caviar tasting and cooking master class. The final culinary offering on the paradise island is a 12-course gala dinner for all 10 guests. This exquisite banqueting experience will be prepared by Calala Island’s executive chef. The food throughout the stay will be complimented with unlimited fine wines and Dom Pérignon champagne.

In addition, $100,000 of the $1 million will be donated toward the building of a Nicaraguan school, built to the purchaser’s specifications and named after them for generations to come. The lead guest will also be invited to meet with the President and Mayor of the region to unveil the new school.

Here are only a few of the activities included:

  • Exclusive hire of the island for only you and your guests
  • A no-fly zone created for the duration of your stay
  • A treasure hunt with a hidden treasure chest containing gold bars and coins equaling $150,000
  • Unlimited fine wines and Dom Pérignon champagne
  • A 12-course gala dinner for all 10 guests
  • A fishing trip and sushi tasting on the Island’s fishing boat
  • A Caviar tasting and cooking master class
  • A firework display
  • The chance to design your own cigar brand with Nicaragua’s world-class cigar maker, Joya de Nicaragua

The experience is priced at $1 million U.S. dollars for 7 nights and accommodates up to 8 adults and 2 children.

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