|7 nights twin share Fan-cooled Garden Bungalow at Coral Quays Fish and Dive Resort and Wifi|
|Continental breakfast daily|
|10 shore dives with tank, weights and dive guide services|
|Return airport transfers|
|Day 1||Transfer from the airport to Coral Quays Resort|
|Day 2 - Day 7||7 nights accommodation and diving|
|Day 8||Return transfer to Santo|
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Espiritu Santo is the largest island of Vanuatu (4,010 sq.km), it’s a 50 minute flight from the capital of the country; Port Vila. The township of Luganville is the capital of Espiritu Santo and features a range of accommodation from hotels to beach front resorts, restaurants, coffee shops a sports club and dive shops.
Santo is home to Vanuatu’s four highest peaks: Mt Tabwemasana, Mt Kotamtam, Mt Tawalaala and Santo Peak, each over 1,700 metres high. The western side of the island is rugged mountainous terrain whereas the southern and eastern edges of the island are vast and flat, ideal for plantations and grazing cattle. You’ll find mysterious water holes of the most amazing blue connected by underground caverns and reef systems of colourful corals teeming with a variety of spectacular marine life. Above the surface the islands’s rainforests are home to numerous jungle birds, a diverse range of butterflies and beautiful wild orchids. In the north lies Vanuatu’s first National Park, Vathe Conservation Area. Off the south of Santo there are the low lying islands of Malo, Aore, Tutuba and Bokissa which are largely covered in coconut palms and rainforest. The waters surrounding these islands are excellent for diving and snorkeling.
During the Pacific Campaign of WWII over 100,000 allied troops and support staff were stationed on Santo and the time they spent there is still evident today. Other wrecks and remains from the war lie below the surface of the clear blue waters. One of the major diving draw cards of Santo is the S.S. President Coolidge, a World War II troop transport wreck.
Surrounded by 6 acres of lush, tropical gardens, Coral Quays Fish and Dive Resort is just a minute’s walk from a beautiful private beach and jetty and only a 5 minute drive away from the town centre, Luganville. Santo International Airport is a short 15 minute drive away.
Located on the Segond Canal, Coral Quays offers many water sports on site. The property has free kayaks and a tour desk that can book village tours and trips to the Millennium Cave.
Cool off in the pool, read your book in a hammock and if you cannot leave your work at home, there is complimentary wireless internet available.
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