There are a number of amazing resorts sprinkled throughout the South Pacific that offer their guests all-inclusive holidays. An all-inclusive holiday is a great way to pre-pay for all your meals and drinks, taking the stress out of budgeting during your break and leaving you more time to relax, unwind and be carefree. All-inclusive holidays also usually end up being significantly cheaper than the alternative and while you may associate ‘all-inclusive’ predominantly with luxury 5-star resorts, there are actually quite a lot of affordable packages available no matter which South Pacific destination you are traveling to.
Fiji: The Naviti Resort
The Naviti Resort is one of Fiji’s most popular all-inclusive resorts. It features four on-site restaurants and bars (including a swim-up bar!), an on-site day spa, fitness centre and an exciting roster of daily activities, ensuring that you never need to leave the resort.
If you do choose to venture out, you’re conveniently located on the Coral Coast giving you easy access to lots of different day trip and sight-seeing opportunities.
Vanuatu: Warwick Le Lagon
Vanuatu’s Warwick Le Lagon ticks every box imaginable – three on-site restaurants to choose from, a day spa, kids club, gym, 12-hole golf course, tennis courts, swim up pool bar, activities centre and more. They also have a variety of room types to choose from including bungalows, over water villas and even private villas with individual plunge pools ensuring that no matter your budget, a stay at Warwick Le Lagon is affordable.
This stunning resort is located just 20 minutes from the airport and 5 minutes from Port Vila, making it the perfect spot to base yourself from during your holiday.
Solomon Islands: Uepi Island Resort
Uepi Island Resort is perfect for anyone that wants a low-key stress-free holiday on a remote tropical island. Uepi Island is just 2.5km long and the resort is the only facility on the island; its maximum capacity is just 26 people, so you will feel like you’ve found your own private slice of paradise.
All your needs are met by the resort staff with your meals being based around freshly caught seafood and organic fruit and vegetables grown on-site in the kitchen garden. Located on the Marovo Lagoon, half of the island is surrounded by clear calm waters perfect for kayaking and swimming, while the other half is fringed by coral-laden reef. There aren’t any alcoholic drinks included in your stay here, but the fabulous food and incredible views are definitely draw card enough!
Samoa: Coconuts Beach Club Resort and Spa
Coconuts Beach Club Resort and Spa boasts Samoa’s first and only over-water accommodation. Their all-inclusive holiday package includes access to their on-site bar and restaurant as well as their daily activities schedule. They also run village and island tours, guided scuba diving and boating in traditional Samoan ‘paopao’ outrigger canoes.
Bora Bora: ‘Flop and Drop’
Bora Bora as a whole is full of accommodation options for travellers who want to pre-pay their entire holiday so that they can simply ‘flop and drop’ onto the nearest sun lounge when they arrive. Majority of the resorts throughout this destination are all-inclusive including your daily activities. Any additional tours or experiences that you’re interested in can also be booked and paid for in advance, ensuring you’ll never need to take your wallet out the whole time you’re there.
All Inclusive Holidays:
This is just a short list of the many different all-inclusive resort options that are available throughout the South Pacific. If you would like more information about any of these or would like to discuss other options, please get in touch with our team of specialist travel consultants on 1800 800 722.comments powered by Disqus