The best way to appreciate the relaxed Melanesian way of life is to spend some time on one of the outlying islands of Vanuatu. The Coral Quays Fish and Dive Resort lies on the Island of Espiritu Santo at San Michel Bay. The Island's small town centre, just a breath away with easy access, is a hub of activity on market days.
Blending into acres of Tropical Gardens, this quiet low key resort offers all the charm of the old estate villa with 18 light and airy fares. All the services are available, including upgrades, yet the resort remains personal and friendly.
Espititu Santo is a mecca for divers and known worldwide. The diver operators of Santo recommend this resort that offers a secure/patrolled wash-down and dry area for dive equipment. The dive operators service this resort with free pickup and returns.
The resorts Restaurant is known to be one of Vanuatu's finest and will appear as such in numerous travel publications. However the prices are inexpensive and affordable, a policy recently introduced under new ownership. Dine on the old estate villa's verandah that sits beside the infamous Segond Passage. It's hard to imagine that this tranquille setting was a hive of activity and home to the largest American naval fleet during the Second World War.
The waters of Espiritu Santo are virgin and abound with fish. Marlin, Sailfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Dogtooth Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Giant Trevally, all waiting to put you to the test.
"Absolute Fishing," the resorts charter fishing operation is to commence soon.
Take an evening cruise, feed the fish or dive amongst the magnificent corals, all from the resorts newly constructed jetty. The resort offers links to all the various tour operators and will arrange your airport transfers.
While your here, relax and enjoy a traditional Melanesian Massage. A new day dawns "Another Time...Another Pace." Come experience the adventure and charm that is the Coral Quays Fish and Dive Resort.
Coral Quays Fish and Dive Resort
PO Box 116 Santo, Vanuatu
Ph (678) 36 257 Fax (678) 36 647
Web : www.coralquays.com
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