Vanuatu is a land of volcanoes and magic, underwater ship wrecks, ancient art and dance, waterfalls and blue holes, organic foods and a myriad of hidden bays and beaches. Discover the lush tropical islands, warm turquoise waters, the friendly people, the colours, the culture and the fantastic food. Originally inhabited by people from Melanesia, Vanuatu had its first European settlers in the 19th century. France and the UK claimed some of the land and it was called the New Hebrides until Vanuatu’s independence in 1980. Made up of 83 small islands, the largest island is Espiritu Santo and the capital Port Vila is found on the island of Efate.
Although there are 83 islands that make up Vanuatu, many of these are uninhabited. There are three main islands which feature Vanuatu accommodation including Efate, Espiritu Santo and Tanna Island. The hotels and resorts of Vanuatu are as many and varied as the islands themselves, offering something to suit all budgets and styles. From luxury beachside hotels to family-friendly resorts and affordable accommodation, Vanuatu offers something for everyone. Conveniently located close to popular attractions including active volcanoes and famous diving sites, you’re guaranteed a memorable experience no matter where you stay.
Set on 75 acres of tropical gardens facing stunning Erakor Lagoon, this 4.5 star resort is what tropical island holiday dreams are made of.
There is so much to see and do on the beautiful islands of Vanuatu. Although famous for its beaches, there is more to this tropical paradise than swimming and surfing. To really experience the magic of the colourful underwater world, diving gets you up close and personal with some of the world’s best dive sites. Pick up some souvenirs at the local markets or spoil yourself at boutique shops, attend a vibrant festival or event or join a scenic cruise around the islands. However you wish to spend your time, you can sightsee at your own pace of join one of the many Vanuatu tours and activities to get all the inside knowledge from the locals.
The ideal way to experience the island’s culture and beauty, Vanuatu holiday packages are the easiest way to save. Taking the stress out of planning and booking your holiday, these packages offer significant savings and exclusive access to a range of benefits and bonuses. By combining all your travel needs into one convenient package, you can save on everything including flights and accommodation, transfers, meals, tours and more.
There are some active volcanoes in Vanuatu and this causes the shoreline to be rocky with fringe reefs and the ocean floor to drop away quickly. Vanuatu is in a sub-tropical climate with 9 months of hot weather followed by a few months with cool dry conditions.
Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa
5 Nights, Transfers, Breakfast, Kids Eat Free
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4 Nights, Transfers, Breakfast