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Stayed here with my 17mth old daughter and found it to be a very easy holiday. We had a villa right on the lagoon side, so we could step out and have a swim in the morning or take a Vu board or paddle board...More
We recently had our wedding at Erakor,it was truly the best amazing experience. Lita & her staff could not do enough for us,always smiling and very accommodating.
The location and setting for a wedding is just magical ,its own piece of paradise for the day....More
Overall enjoyed a 6 night stay at this island resort. Best features were the friendly staff, well appointed beach front accommodation, cultural night (lovely traditional dancing, music and fire display) and regular free ferry service to the mainland. Areas for improvement include: variable quality of...More
Island is pretty, room was okay (we paid A$375 a night, I would have said that it was worth about $200 per night in somewhere like Bali). It was clean and had a nice outlook onto the water, but it was nothing special given the...More
We just came back from a week at Erakor. We had a truly wonderful time - the staff here are so amazingly friendly and kind and nothing is too much trouble. The island itself is pretty much paradise - there is plenty to do, snorkelling,...More
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We did not find the food overly expensive at all. Breakfast is included in the price of your stay - they have all the usual continental breakfast items including amazing pastries... More
Happy to answer any questions!
We did not find the food overly expensive at all. Breakfast is included in the price of your stay - they have all the usual continental breakfast items including amazing pastries. There is also a cooked breakfast menu (eggs, pancakes etc) at no extra charge and it is fantastic. Other meals were probably similar to what you would pay in Australia but it was without a doubt some of the best food we have ever had. Fresh, fresh, fresh and plentiful. Excellent beef and fish and the fruit is gorgeous. If you don’t want to eat in the restaurant, staff happily bring meals and drinks to your villa.
We are not big drinkers and only had the occasional drink/cocktail which again, was on par with Australian prices. We had a family of two adults and two kids stay for a week and our total food/drink bill (eating every day at the resort)worked out to about $500.
There is a 24 hour boat back to the mainland (5 minute trip) and you can get a taxi or bus into town (5-10 mins). You can easily drop into the local supermarket (called Bon Marche) to buy drinks and snacks etc. There is an ATM and they take eftpos. I didn’t buy a great deal but the supermarket is well stocked with anything you could possibly want or need. My husband is a smoker and cigarettes are also very cheap...that was the only thing we did find expensive at the resort.
Port Villa also has a large number of restaurants but we didn’t try these during our stay...next time.
If you would like to ask anything else, please let me know!