The Breakas Beach Resort in Vanuatu is a tranquil getaway the bustle and hustle of life. This beachfront property is an adults-only resort, ensuring that nothing comes between you and utter relaxation. Whether it is the 22-meter infinity pool that seems to melt away into the Pacific or the breathtaking beauty of the private cove on the Pango Peninsula where you can go diving or surfing, you will definitely fall in love with Breakas Beach Resort.
The resort prides itself of its exquisite bungalow style accommodations that redefine hotel experiences. Its 63 Fares are dotted across a sprawling property that runs alongside a palm-fringed stretch of prime oceanfront.
Guests have a choice between a Beachfront Fare and a Garden Fare. The Breakas Beach Resort has been awarded for its native tropical design of its Garden Fares which sport thatched roofs and timber shutters and open-air bathrooms. Staying in one of these bungalows makes you feel like you truly are on a tropical island hideaway.
Set amidst lush tropical gardens on the property, these are wonderful for a romantic trip. For water babies and anyone who loves waking up to the sound of the waves crashing against the shore, there is no better option than the Beachfront Fare. End your day with a sundowner in your bungalow as you watch the light fade over the silvery waters. Rooms are designed with a tropical sensibility and feature light airy furnishings. Don’t miss the Breakers Signature Chair – each fare comes with its own.
With an enviable location on the water’s edge, the Breakers Beachside Restaurant features a menu that showcases the region’s finest. The restaurateur extraordinaire, Roy Ernst, also the force behind the famed The Rossi Restaurant at Port Vila, currently helms the restaurant.
The Salt Bar is just the place to wind down after a walk on the beach, with a refreshing cocktail and lip-smacking array of tapas. Pop open a chilled beer, order yourself some fresh seafood and soak up the island vibe.
La Table Sur La Plage brings a whole new meaning to alfresco dining as you enjoy a meal under the stars with the ocean creating a gentle rhythmic melody in the background. Regulars swear by the generous seafood platter. Featuring a cultural fiesta after sunset, the restaurant transforms into the venue for a Melanesian Cultural Performance, where you can watch talented performers showcase local dances and music. Witness a kava ceremony before you tuck into a feast of local cuisine.
The resort’s setting in the scenic Pango Peninsula is perfect for snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, SCUBA diving, and swimming. With a combination of right and left breaks, The Breakas Beach Resort is a surfer’s heaven. It draws avid surfers from the world over in droves, as they attempt to master the waves at this top rated surfing beach in Vanuatu.
The on-site day spa is perfect for anyone looking to indulge in a Ni-Vanuatu massage or other heavenly treatments that incorporate tropical ingredients like frangipani petals infused coconut oil.
The resort also organizes a Cultural Village Tour for guests to experience local life and see some of the beautiful art and craft traditions of the island. Local artisans and artists create beautiful pottery, painting, weaves, jewelry, clothing, baskets and more, so you will want to keep your purse handy. You may also like to sign up for the popular Coongoola Cruise and spend a day on the water, sailing, swimming, snorkeling, dolphin spotting and sunbathing at Happy Tok Beach.
Pack a picnic and head to the white sands of Eton beach, a beautiful setting looked after by the locals. More active guests can also opt for a hike up to Cascade Waterfalls. For that extra edge, it may be worth loosening those purse strings and getting the hotel staff to book you a helicopter ride over Vanuatu courtesy Vanuatu Helicopters.
Getting to the resort is easy, with the airport located just 10 km away, a 15-minute drive by taxi.
You don’t need to venture far from The Breakas Beach Resort to have your fill of water sports. Home to the best surfing beach on the southern coast of Efate, you will simply need to step out of your tropical villas to make the most of the water and soft white sands.
The property is located a breezy ten-minute drive from the center of town. You can make your way there by taxi or try the local transport – a minibus – but be prepared to spend a longer time on your commute. Transport is reasonably priced and distances are not huge, making getting around fairly easy. Public transport runs at a regular frequency.
The town offers an array of dining options, and even if you are on an all-inclusive plan at The Breakas Beach Resort, it is well worth trying some of the great restaurants in town. Ask the staff for some recommendations.