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Vanuatu for Couples


When you look back on your relationship with your significant other, which memories stands out the most? We’re pretty sure that they all have one important similarity - a shared experience! Holidaying with your loved one and sharing new experiences of a destination creates long lasting memories and the opportunity to learn more about each other, galvanise a stronger connection and most importantly – have fun! One of our favourite destinations for a romantic rendezvous is Vanuatu! Plus, with only a short flight from Australia’s East Coast, you’ll spend less time in transit and more time enjoying each other’s company in stunning surrounds!

We’ve put together a few of our favourite Vanuatu Package Deals for Couples here or you can read on to decide which property would be best suited to you and your loved one!

Mangoes Resort

Set high above a peaceful lagoon, Mangoes Resort Vanuatu features 29 bungalows and apartments with uninterrupted tropical vistas. Cool trade winds are almost the only sounds you’ll hear when you check in to your tranquil child-free Port Vila accommodation destination. It’s the perfect place to reconnect with your partner and enjoy unrivalled relaxation. We love the Lagoon View Pool Bungalows for an intimate setting with tropical decor, well equipped kitchenette and your own private plunge pool.

Tamanu on the Beach

Tamanu on the Beach is located on its own private white sand beach on the south east side of Efate. Where you can feel a million miles away from reality but in fact are just 20 minutes from the town centre. They also have room types that include your own private plunge pool which would certainly be our pick for couples! The fine dining restaurant serves the freshest seafood, produce and organic meats that are absolutely mouth-watering and when paired with a breath-taking beach and ocean view, your romantic dinner setting is complete. The day spa is also set on the water’s edge so be sure to add a couples massage to your itinerary!

The Terraces Boutique Apartments

Vanuatu's leading self-contained resort. The Terraces Boutique Apartments, offers you the chance to stay in accommodation as spectacular as the surrounding location. The Terraces Boutique Apartments are conveniently located a ten minute drive from Bauerfield International Airport and a ten minute walk from Port Vila. We love the One Bedroom Apartments with their Californian King Beds, roomy walk through wardrobes and luxurious bathroom with freestanding stone bath! Set over two levels, you’ll also enjoy a full kitchen and a private plunge pool all to yourselves.

Warwick Le Lagon – Vanuatu

One of the largest resorts in Port Villa, The Warwick Le Lagon will have you wanting of nothing! With multiple restaurants and bars to choose from, adult-only areas, day spa, a golf course and swimming pools – there’s plenty on offer without having to leave the resort! The jewel in the Warwick Le Lagon’s crown, is the truly opulent Warwick Luxury Collection – a group of freestanding pool and overwater villas with incredible views and direct access to Erakor Lagoon. Enjoy oversized bathrooms with soaking baths, large terraces and luxury accents wherever you look. On top of the already value-packed inclusions during your stay at Warwick Le Lagon, a stay in the Luxury Collection villas will also see you receiving exclusive benefits like a personalised butler, sunset canapes with sparkling wine, daily confectionary and private dining options just to name a few. It’s hard to pick a favourite out of the Luxury Collection but if we’re pushed, perhaps the Efate Pool Villa might just have the edge. At 199m2, you’ll have plenty of space to yourself, with stunning views over Erakor Lagoon, your own private pool that leads into the bathroom, plus an oversized pod bathtub and outdoor shower. Heaven!

If this has sparked you’re interest in rekindling your romance in Vanuatu, visit our Romance & Luxury Packages here or give one of our consultants a call on 1800 623 786!

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