Welcome to Castaway Resort
Castaway Resort is a small adult’s only, self catering quiet and secluded island escape paradise boutique resort featuring a mix of twelve units built on the edge of Rarotonga’s sunset side of the island, offering views of a white sandy beach, magnificent turquoise lagoon, reef and ocean beyond.
Castaway Resort does not accept children under 16 years and offers accommodation at cost effective rates for all types of travellers. The furnishings and decor capture the tropical flavour of the island with the design and colours reflecting a light and airy tropical beachside living.
Watch the people fish in the lagoon, and look for humped-backed whales passing off the reef in the months of July to November, swimming or snorkelling from the beach, kayaking out to the reef or sipping your favourite cocktail while viewing the best sunsets on the island...all this and more at Castaway Resort.
This friendly little resort is well known for its fantastic beach location, quirky character and relaxed ambience. With a friendly small team we offer personal and intimate service at your door. We offer a range of accommodation at very cost effective rates for all types of travellers.
A good range of amenities, features, attractions and benefits are available at Castaway please have a look at our attractions toolbar to see what the resort has on offer.
A small group of friends and family has invested in this quaint boutique resort.
Your hosts Paul and Michelle have worked for years in the corporate world and travelled extensively but prefer the island life.
Paul has worked in many different industries as a senior executive and has also acted in his capacity as a business consultant, he is currently providing advice and support to other businesses in Rarotonga. Paul having experienced the emotional trauma of the earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2010 he understands people’s need to get away and to relax.
Michelle on the other hand, is a former Miss Cook Islands and represented the Cook Islands at the first Miss South Pacific held in Western Samoa. She was also the first Cook Islands representative to compete in Miss World held in London in 1986. For over 20 years she worked with the Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, as a senior executive.
They take pleasure in welcoming you to Rarotonga and informing you about the local culture and what the Island has to offer.