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Balcony at Sunset
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Sunset Point Villa Interior
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Villa Interior and Balcony
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Lounge & dining
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Pavilion
Pavilion 2
Lizard Island Beach
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Lizard Island 

Getting to Lizard Island does require a little effort. However in doing so you get a full frontal view of the only place on earth where two world-heritage listed places – the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef – collide. A four seater plane will whisk you up and away on an hour long flight from Cairns to the far northern reaches of the Great Barrier Reef and beautiful, wild Lizard Island. Captain Cook’s postcard probably looked exactly the same when he set foot ashore here back in 1770!

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If you crave manicured lawns and golf courses, you won’t find them here. A rugged, mountainous interior festooned with flora and fauna greets you, and the island is encircled by 24 white sand beaches and topaz blue waters. It may be clichéd but Lizard is the kind of place where you really will find that the only footprints left in the sand are yours! Here the Great Barrier Reef is your playground, filled with abounty of marine adventures right on your doorstep. Imagine floating off the beach clad in mask, snorkel and flippers into a garden of giant clams. Days pass lazily and you can do as much or as little as you like. Depending on your level of adventure and inclination there is much to keep you entertained.

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Lizard Island rocks a cool, barefoot vibe with polished wooden floors, whitewashed walls and wide airy verandas. Simple and stylish are the code words when it comes to accommodation choices. Garden Rooms and Suites are set back from the shore, whilst Sunset Point Villas, some with plunge pools, are high on a ridge, offering seclusion and filtered ocean views, which can be enjoyed from your artfully hung hammock. Anchor Bay Suites are right on the beach, but for sheer indulgence pick The Pavilion, perched like an eagle’s eyrie with spectacular views, separate lounge, a private garden and your own plunge pool. Think Robinson Crusoe with a touch of style, even the lizards are all inclusive!

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TURQUOISE ISLAND OF THE MONTH: PETIT ST VINCENT, THE GRENADINES

Just a short hop from Barbados lies the exquisite private island of Petit St. Vincent. A true hidden gem, it’s the perfect place to escape the daily grind. Relaxation is key here and with no distractions other than swaying palms and gentle sea breeze, unwinding is effortless.

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TURQUOISE ISLAND OF THE MONTH: PETIT ST VINCENT, THE GRENADINES

Just a short hop from Barbados lies the exquisite private island of Petit St. Vincent. A true hidden gem, it’s the perfect place to escape the daily grind. Relaxation is key here and with no distractions other than swaying palms and gentle sea breeze, unwinding is effortless.