If you're counting down the hours (minutes, seconds…) till the weekend and need a little pick-me-up, check out this stunning Vanuatu private island resort.
Vanuatu is a beloved location for beautiful destination weddings for a reason. Blessed with sigh-inducing scenery and gorgeous accommodation, the South Pacific nation has plenty to fall in love with. If you've always dreamed of tying the knot in Vanuatu, take a look at this glamorous wedding-friendly resort.
Vanuatu has been a go-to destination for dreamy honeymoons for, well, pretty much forever. With spellbinding scenery, amazing culture and sumptuous resorts, it's simply paradise. So it's no wonder Channel Nine's Married at First Sight chose Vanuatu for Justin and Carly's honeymoon, causing plenty of Australian couples to mentally plan a Vanuatu getaway of their own.
From getting your glamp on in an eco retreat to kayaking to your own romantic picnic, and even volunteering on local community projects, the South Pacific is brimming with cool adventures for couples. We've scoured the region to find the most exciting activities for your itinerary...
An island destination with something for every couple, Vanuatu is known for its dreamy scenery, laid-back atmosphere and wide range of accommodation options. If you're escaping to this tropical haven (and we recommend that you do), find chilled vibes and a sense of intimacy at Chantilly's on the Bay. A stylish waterfront boutique hotel with all the makings for a romantic getaway, it's here that couples can enjoy total relaxation, moments from the heart of Port Vila.
Pristine coastlines and loads of luxury accommodation – what’s not to love about the South Pacific? But there’s more to this tropical paradise than sun loungers and shellfish. Fall in love with the culture and traditions of Vanuatu for a romantic island getaway.
An island rich with linguistic and cultural diversity, Vanuatu's Malekula island is the place to go right now for incredible festivals. The perfect destination for adventure-seeking couples looking for new experiences off the beaten track, Malekula has plenty to offer with its new festival lineup.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and we think it's the perfect time to escape to the Pacific Islands or New Zealand. To help you celebrate, we've handpicked some spectacular packages that are sure to impress your special someone. Or, let the love live on and give the gift of travel all year long. Whatever you choose, happy planning!
Vanuatu is gearing up for an exciting year in 2017, with a wide range of new accommodation, dining options and activities for visitors to discover.
Vanuatu is the perfect setting for slowing down and rediscovering friendships – something Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) is celebrating in the best way possible, by sending two friends to ‘discover what matters’ firsthand in Vanuatu.
Forget 'paddock to plate', this dining experience is a whole lot more exotic and enticing. Boutique Vanuatu retreat Moyyan House by the Sea is now offering travellers the unique chance to taste the freshest of homegrown produce, whilst supporting the local community. Respecting the traditional lifestyle of the land, dining 'jungle to plate' means enjoying the very best that Vanuatu has to offer – great food, amazing scenery and beautiful people.
Iririki Island Resort & Spa has reopened its all new and fully refurbished South Pacific getaway island with an official Opening Ceremony featuring Honourable Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu.
A holiday to Vanuatu promises romantic sunsets, relaxing mornings spent poolside and plenty of indulging on fresh, tropical cuisine. But put your book down and forget that second beachside cocktail, and try these top adventures instead. From driving through cow paddocks on the outskirts of Port Vila to flying over remote northern islands and diving one of the best wreck sites in the world,Vanuatu has adventure covered. Here’s our guide for couples who want to be captivated by the beauty of this popular holiday destination, from the air, land and under the sea.
A holiday to Vanuatu promises romantic sunsets, relaxing mornings spent poolside and plenty of indulging on fresh, tropical cuisine. But put your book down and forget that second beachside cocktail, and try these top adventures instead. From driving through cow paddocks on the outskirts of Port Vila to flying over remote northern islands and diving one of the best wreck sites in the world, Vanuatu has adventure covered. Here’s our guide for couples who want to be captivated by the beauty of this popular holiday destination, from the air, land and under the sea.
For the second year in a row, The Havannah has taken home the title of Vanuatu's Leading Resort at the World Travel Awards ceremony in Hong Kong.
If you're looking for a tropical escape that's both peaceful and packed with adventure then Vanuatu should be top of your list. Known for its pristine beaches, vibrant culture and natural beauty, Vanuatu is the perfect place to unwind and reconnect with that special someone. If you want to do something other than sun-bake on the beaches – though we recommend that as well – we've found five things couples should do in Vanuatu.
One of Vanuatu's premier boutique properties has just unveiled two brand new Deluxe Waterfront Villas.
If you're thinking about honeymooning in Vanuatu, we don't blame you. This island paradise offers everything from luxury accommodation to romantic beach sunsets, water perfect for swimming and landscapes that are great for hikes and adventure.
Put simply, honeymoons in Vanuatu are divine. Whether it's your dream to recline in a sun lounger day-in, day-out and enjoy a time of rest and relaxation, or you'd like to get out and about with your loved one to experience a new culture, Vanuatu has you covered.
My first visit to a Pacific island was to lovely Vanuatu a little over two decades ago and I fell totally under its spell. I still have a vivid memory of our first morning at Warwick Le Lagon Resort, sitting on the verandah of our overwater bungalow on Erakor Lagoon as the sun rose, watching the locals paddling to work in their canoes, their big wide smiles and greetings of hello ringing clear across the water. It looked like nirvana to me and so very different from my usual drive to and from work on congested roads. It was a peaceful, idyllic place and I think it was the first time I had truly relaxed on a holiday!
Craig Tansley finds plenty of ways to explore this tropical getaway
Get set for a pulse-quickening, eyes-agog escape. Melissa Rimac plunges in to find the regions’ most extraordinary, most romantic, aquatic wonders.