the ideal picturesque island getaway
Resort Accommodation in the region of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu
Two Canoes is a quiet hidden gem with a look and a vibe of a casual ocean-side retreat – but nonetheless delivers a resort-like experience with on-site amenities, attentive and personalised service, activities, and quaint, well-designed rooms along with an onsite Beachside Diner & Bar.
Just two and a half hours by air from Australia, Two Canoes, Vanuatu's newest micro-resort that caters for no more than 8 guests at any one time, frames the stunning blue waters of Aimbuei Bay on Aore Island, just off Espiritu Santo.
Three elevate Beachfront Cabins sit amongst the swaying palms of the coconut plantation while the Beachside Diner and Bar is serenaded by the lapping gentle sounds from the sandy white beach. Gourmet meals prepared by one of the regions best chefs is an added bonus to this idyllic but informal setting, located just a ten minute boat ride from Luganville, Espiritu Santo making Two Canoes easy to get to and very hard to leave.
eco. island. living
Built with the environment and creating opportunities for local Ni-Vanuatu in mind, Two Canoes is fully self-sustainable and employs locals to provide a unique customer experience. With the use of solar power and harvested rain water you can’t help but be immersed into this guilt-free paradise. However, for those who need to touch base with the real world, we have free WiFi with coverage over the entire resort including the rooms.
The Beachfront Cabins have been designed to enhance the comforting cool ocean breeze. Louvered windows and curved roofing with bi-folding glass frontage ensures you can enjoy the beach from your bed.
Prepared by one of the best Chef's in the region, the fresh organic fruits, vegetables and salads complement the freshest local produce from the land and the sea, including our famous Santo beef, locally caught lobsters and fish. This is all enjoyed while catching a spectacular view of the bay and outer islands.
"Was like being in paradise on a deserted island. Quite isolated, only 3 cabins and 3 staff. Manager Vira was very accommodating assisting us with every whim. Cook Belinda managed to produce wonderful meals at lunch and dinner and the rooms where very comfortable and well appointed." Susan