One of the South Pacific’s lesser known destinations, this remote archipelago of over 80 islands - scattered across over 1,300 kilometers of ocean - is characterized by spectacular natural terrain, from rugged volcanic peaks, to picture-perfect beaches, whilst the surrounding waters feature some of the most spectacular, and biodiverse coral gardens in the region.
From world class diving and surfing, to hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, there are myriad ways to explore these natural landscapes, and combined with the traditional Melanisian culture - locally referred to as ‘Kastom’- which pervades throughout the islands, makes visiting Vanuatu a truly unique and fascinating adventure!
This outstanding boutique resort situated on a remote section of Efate’s coastline, boasts luxury beachfront villas with private pools, numerous world-class eateries, a spa, and tennis courts, whilst also offering a range of activities and tours including day trips to the neighbouring isle of Tanna.Book Now
Family-owned, the resort has been awarded Vanuatu’s best at the World Travel Awards, for the past three years, and along with their beautiful facilities and outstanding service, they have a strong commitment to sustainability and social responsibility.Book Now
Immerse yourself in the idyllic beauty and warm hospitality of Vanuatu, in this world-class resort.Book Now
There are no direct flights from the UK to Vanuatu. The easiest routes are to Brisbane or Auckland which are operated by numerous airlines, and then on to Port Vila with Air Vanuatu.
Vanuatu's warm climate makes it a great year round destination. There is a wet season between November and March, though showers tend to be brief and shouldn’t impact your trip.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
British citizens do not require a visa to enter Vanuatu and may remain there for up to 30 days.