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Swell Lodge

Nestled in the jungle in the Christmas Island National Park, surrounded by wildlife and overlooking the ever-changing ocean, Swell Lodge is a single, glass-fronted, solar-powered, luxury eco-chalet offering all-inclusive stays with daily guided activities and even a private chef. Swell Lodge is like nothing else on Earth, and with currently only one eco-chalet on this whole wild coastline, it's the world's most exclusive eco-lodge and the ultimate escape.

From the moment you step off the plane and meet one of our guides at the airport, all your island needs will be taken care of so you can relax and enjoy your 'once-in-a-lifetime' stay at Swell Lodge on Christmas Island. Our guide will drive you through the beautiful rainforest, around the red crabs, to your private oceanfront eco-chalet and present you with your personalised itinerary, complimentary snorkelling gear and leave you to enjoy sunset drinks on the deck with a cheese platter and a bottle of bubbles. All our stays are all-inclusive, and you will enjoy our airport pick-up and drop-offs, unique daily-guided activities as well as all meals and drinks - most dinners cooked just for you on your secluded oceanfront balcony by our private chef, as seabirds soar past and the swell rolls in.

Our standard nightly rates are fixed - $AUD (per guest/night): One Guest $1,035, Two Guests $690, Three Guests $575.

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