Part of the Yasawa Group of islands in the Republic of Fiji, Turtle Island is situated in a string of ancient volcanic lagoons and jagged outcrops that were born out of violent eruptions, but are now a peaceful paradise of lush greenery, fragrant flowers, and the world’s most exquisite beaches. (It’s no wonder they chose to film “The Blue Lagoon” here. After all, this is where the actual Blue Lagoon is.) With only 14 bures (Fijian villas) available, and a maximum of 28 guests on the island at once, Turtle Island provides a respite from the rest of the world. Private beaches, pristine waters, incredible sea life, secluded accommodations, and a plethora of activities to choose from, this may be the most peaceful place on the planet. – Romantic, intimate, all-inclusive, luxurious, and friendly—Turtle Island is a world entirely beyond time and obligations. For adventurous island wanderers looking for a private paradise, this is the vacation of a lifetime.