Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa is a tropical wonderland just waiting for you to discover all its brilliance. The resort grounds envelop 75 acres of exotic native gardens and border onto the cobalt waters of Erakor Lagoon.
The Mele Cascades in Vanuatu are a must see while staying in or visiting Port Vila. Your guide will lead you up to the falls, on the way you will have time for a swim in the pools, when you reach the top enjoy a refreshing swim before taking in the wonderful view from the lookout.
"Vanuatu, a chain of 83 tropical islands in the South West Pacific, is only a few flying hours from Australia. Vanuatu is an idyllic holiday destination for scuba divers, as well as travellers seeking a little adventure in paradise. "
Yasur volcano on Tanna Island is one of the most famous volcanoes in the world, simply because it is so easy to reach. Although it's active year round, it is unusual for it to be too active to approach, so it has become an extremely popular tourist attraction.
"The Nanda Blue Hole (also known as Jackie's Blue Hole or Jacquie's Blue Hole) is often referred to by visitors as the most beautiful blue hole in Vanuatu. The water is a magical deep blue that has to be seen to be believed. Blue Holes are an amazing natural creation, formed by springs of fresh pure water rising to the surface cutting out a deep hole in the limestone."
On the island of Efate, known for its adventure, culture and natural attractions, Port Vila, Vanuatu rests between Vila Bay and Erakor Lagoon. Port Vila is a hub of activity centred around the local mammas market. Visitors embark on tours to discover natural gardens, beaches, waterfalls and the stunning blue pools and to enjoy the crystal clear waters of the bays. The waterfalls at Mele Cascades, The Summit Garden, Ekasup Village and Port Vila Markets beckon visitors to explore the natural vibrancy of traditional Vanuatu living. Visitors discover the raw culture and adventure in Vanuatu with wreck-diving in Santo, land-diving in Pentecost, the voodoo culture of Ambryn and Tarra’s live volcano, Mt Yasur. As for Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa, located near downtown Port Vila and the airport, it’s close enough to Vanuatu attractions while still being comfortably secluded.