Watersports

Can you see yourself kayaking around the blue crystal waters of Erakor Lagoon, snorkeling over schools of tropical fish, filling the sails of a sailboat with tropical breezes or resting on a vu-board and watching the ocean life below?  There’s waterports fun for everyone here and our friendly Watersports team grew up in these islands and know the wonders of the waters very well.  It’s all free to use for guests staying on the island and day visitors are very welcome to hire and enjoy. Continue reading

Popular Tours

Cascading waterfalls, turtle conservatories, tropical rainforests, sunset sails, off road buggies, cultural villages, kayaking, bushwalking and even a live volcano!  Yes, Vanuatu has so much to offer and so many things to see and do.  Our Guest Relations team will tell you about all of the tours and excursions on offer and book them for you. Our value-packed Accommodation Packages include some of our most popular tours so take a look and we will get you booked! Continue reading

Island Nightlife

Stay and party on the island or jump on the ferry to check out the night life, Vanuatu-style. Kava bars are around every corner and you can join the locals for a shell of this traditional drink for only 50 vatu but watch out, it’s got a kick! Then off to one of the nightclubs to boogie, maybe onto the casino to try your luck on the tables and if you’re feeling hungry in the early hours, the bakery is open all night long with fresh baguettes and even meat pies! Then back to our jetty and the 24hr ferry driver will bring you home. Continue reading

Erakor Village

Directly across from Erakor Island are the happy, smiling people of Erakor Village.  Working together with the resort, they share their heritage and culture. The Erakor Childrens Choir sings for our brides, the village churches hold Sunday services in the chapel with all visitors welcome, the mama’s bring their crafts and the Village Primary School kids are smiling with our ‘Help Educate a Pikinini’ fund. The people of Erakor are proud of their ‘smol aelan’ (small island) and the resort is proud to support them. Continue reading

Out & About

Erakor Island is a 5 minute ferry ride back to mainland Port Vila so it’s easy to get out and about and see the sights in and around town.  Try some of the fresh local fruits at the Market House – it’s open 24hrs! (Mon-Sat lunch).  And for some sarongs, jewellery, carvings and souvenirs, the Mama’s Market on the seafront is a real treasure trove.  See the sand drawing at the museum, the breathtaking view from Clem’s Hill Lookout, the yachts along the harbour or just sit on the seafront and take it all in! Continue reading