Tanna island is Vanuatu’s most popular short term destination and offers accommodation that is rustic, in Melanesian style bungalows and guesthouses. Travellers have a choice between budget, very basic bungalows to expensive more luxurious expat owned resorts. Tanna island accommodation is an experience within itself. Whether you choose total beach front access, jungle tree top accommodation or a room with a view of the volcano, the absolute untouched beauty of Tanna Island will surround you. Hosting comfortable beds, hot water, some have ceiling, fans flush toilets and restaurants that serve western style food and local meals, the absolute beachfront views will only endear you to the charm of these village style bungalows. As with most out of the way locations, prices for accommodation vary and can be expensive.

All resorts are family friendly yet offer little in the way of “Adult only” vacations. Most Tanna island accommodation is offered as twin share and is clean but basic. Remember to pack your insect repellent

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Tanna Island for Families

Got kids? Tanna is a safe, fun and adventure packed holiday location for kids of all ages. There is a plethora of activities to enjoy with your children. Including; Volcano tour (not recommended for very young children) horse riding, swimming, snorkelling, bike riding, helicopter or seaplane flights, fishing, kayaking and various island tours. While local resorts offer children friendly activities such as petanque, board games and racket sports, there are no kids club facilities available or TV in most places.

Tanna Island Weddings

With its romantic sunsets and beautiful landscapes, Tanna is a popular wedding and honeymoon destination. Local resorts and restaurants offer excellent facilities for receptions to suit small wedding groups.

Tanna Island Conferences

Although a little out of the way and expensive, the major resorts in Tanna could provide you with a unique and intimate conference venue. Be aware that accommodation is predominately shared and very rustic and that the restaurant areas would be the only venue available for meetings and would not be offered exclusively.