Private Polynesian Luxury at Vanuatu’s Bokissa Private Island Resort

in Oceania

Bokissa Private Island Resort in Vanuatu is a place where travelers can truly take it easy. Footwear isn’t compulsory, and formal uniforms of ties and jackets are actually banned!

Free of these Western shackles, the private island’s guests can enjoy life at a much slower pace. And these tropical surrounds are a wonderful place to do it.

Just step outside the door of your private bungalow, known as a fare, and you’re on the beach. The sea breezes cool the cottages in spring and fall, but there’s also air-conditioning for those balmy summer nights. Wood shutters ensure the early morning sun doesn’t interrupt your beauty sleep, while the netted beds keep the island mosquitoes from biting. Each fare also has an ensuite bathroom, vanity, and minibar to satisfy your late night munchies.

The centerpiece of the Bokissa Island Resort is a freshwater pool with a swim-up bar. Lazing about the pool, cocktail in hand, sounds like an excellent way to while away the hours.

But your vacation on Bokissa Island doesn’t have to be all about taking it easy. You could snorkel or scuba dive on the beach, take a boat out and fish for marlin, or explore the tropical rainforests. With Bokissa guests enjoying exclusive use of the island’s 175 acres, there’s plenty to discover. And with no more than 36 guests staying on the island at any one time, it’s never hard to find some quiet time.

Bokissa Private Island Resort offers accommodation, return airport transfers from Vanuatu, and all meals for approximately $300 per person per day. It’s not cheap, but it’s quite reasonable for such luxury, exclusive accommodation.

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