Lizard Island – Like Nowhere Else

by iflores on May 15, 2017

The next time you’re thinking about an experience to Australia, why not consider Lizard Island?

As the northern most resort on the Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island is truly secluded from the rest of the world. The only resort located on a 1,013-hectare National Park and literally on the Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island offers seclusion and natural privacy that you will cherish. Add 24 private beaches, and with only 40 suites and villas, that means a private beach for every guest, couple or group. Escape to your own private beach for a day exploring the reef, taking in the incredible nature around you and all while never seeing another person. In a world of over 7.5 billion people – this experience is designed for just two.

The hour flight from Cairns allows you to take in the true majesty and scale of the reef, and the resort is literally on the reef – no long boat rides are needed to enjoy one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.

Experience Lizard Island on the reef, on land or in the tranquility of the spa. Guided and self-guided activities include snorkeling, diving, paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking, visits to the Research Center, tennis under night lights, morning yoga on the beach and indulgent spa treatments.

Essential Day Spa is designed as a natural extension of the calm tranquility of the resort, encouraging you to relax, rejuvenate and re-balance. Private and couple treatment rooms and a full menu of relaxing and therapeutic treatments are offered.

Fresh, local produce from the coast, mainland hinterland and waters of tropical north Queensland drive the daily menu with seasonal variety and flavors inspired by the many cultures that make up the melting pot of the local area.

Lizard Island hosts no more than 82 guests and they aspire to deliver an experience, ambiance and service that is warm, welcoming, professional and passionate.

Lizard Island is like nowhere else.

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