Vanuatu is renowned as an affordable holiday destination and between the excellent exchange rate and the great value for money accommodation options available, it is a particularly popular spot for Australians looking for cheap overseas holiday options. If you are looking to holiday on a budget, all inclusive Vanuatu resorts are a great way to save money and enjoy the convenience of taking care of all the finer details before you depart. Allowing you to prepare and budget for all the costs of your holiday, these all inclusive Vanuatu resorts mean you only really need to consider your spending money.
Because of the affordable nature of Vanuatu and its diverse range of offsite dining options, there is actually only one all inclusive Vanuatu resort. Located on the island of Espiritu Santo, the 3.5 star Bokissa Private Island Resort offers private beachfront bungalow accommodation at an affordable nightly rate that includes the cost of all your meals during your stay. The Holiday Inn Resort is an amazing accommodation option that offers guests the choice of 3 all inclusive holiday packages. Choose between half-board (2 meals per day included), full-board (3 meals per day included), or all inclusive (3 meals per day and all drinks included). Alternatively, the Havannah Resort is a spectacular resort that offers an all inclusive meal package. Guests can upgrade their holiday package to include 3 meals per day at the onsite restaurant. Finally, the Warwick Le Lagon Vanuatu also allows guests the option to upgrade to an all inclusive package,
Although rates vary between room types, it doesn't matter whether you choose to stay in the Beachfront Fare, Deluxe Spa Beachfront Fare, Beachfront Duplex Spa Villa or Villa A, all your daily meals will be included with the price of your stay. However, if you're willing to forgo with all inclusive Vanuatu resort, there is also a great range of popular accommodation and cheap Vanuatu hotel alternatives.