A Vanuatu holiday this winter more attractive than ever

More flights and a brand new aircraft are making it even easier for Kiwis and Australians to escape for their dream Vanuatu holiday this winter.

From June this year, Air Vanuatu will be offering three flights a week from Auckland to Port Vila on board its brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Holidaymakers travelling from Australia have the option of flying from Brisbane (also three flights per week) or Sydney (six flights per week).

There’s nothing quite like flying in a brand new plane, fitted out with the latest in aircraft interior design. Meanwhile, Air Vanuatu’s full inflight service will make you feel that your holiday in Vanuatu has truly started before you even land in Port Vila.

The evenings are balmy, averaging around 20 to 24 most nights.

For those who are wanting to break out of the mould and island-hop, there is also the option of exploring more of Melanesia by flying to Vanuatu from Noumea via Aircalin or from Fiji on Fiji Airways.

Vanuatu holiday accommodation

A peaceful, balmy retreat

With temperatures in the high 20s during the day in the winter months, Vanuatu has the ideal climate for a respite from the colder weather in New Zealand and Australia. The evenings are balmy, averaging around 20 to 24 most nights.

This is the sort of weather that relaxing island getaways are made of, and the peaceful atmosphere at Mangoes Resort makes it a great choice if you are looking to unwind and forget the demands of everyday life for a week or two.

With garden view rooms and rooms with private pools, Mangoes has a range of attractive accommodation options for singles, couples or groups of friends. To help enhance the tranquility of the setting, Mangoes is an adults only resort.

Don’t just dream about a peaceful island holiday in Vanuatu this year, make it happen by booking your flights and accommodation today!