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We didn’t stay at Erakor but came across to eat at the restaurant and we were pleasantly surprised. I’d been to the resort previously and always found it a nice place to come and have a drink and something to eat. This is not a...More
The food, the staff and the location were fantastic! Such a magical place with the lagoon at your doorstep for great snorkelling. Just a five minute boat ride from the main island of Efate and yet you feel miles away... The calm lagoon is great...More
The time spend on Erakor Island needed to happen, I was over worked and pressure of everyday things...I needed to decompress and relax.... From the moment i walk on the island there was slower pace which had a sense of relaxation....
The island itself being...More
We were in Vila with cruise ship and didn't want to do any of the local tours (been to Vanuatu before). Instead we decided to spend our day at one of the local resorts. We chose Erakor to do something different. Taxi from cruise ship...More
This was our third holiday on Erakor, … and why ever would we change???
The island is beautiful, so beautiful. Following pathways through natural vegetation and beside coral beaches is relaxing and therapeutic. And the surrounding lagoon ranges in colour from blues and citrus-greens to...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!