Bokissa Eco Island, Vanuatu

Bokissa Eco IslandOne of Vanuatu's leading small island resorts is listed for sale on Bokissa Eco Island sits on a coral isle just off Espiritu Santo, seven kilometers southeast of Luganville. Bokissa receives mostly packaged Australians interested in a romantic holiday or some exotic scuba diving. In 1989, the 47-meter coastal freighter MV Henry Bonneaud was scuttled 200 meters off Bokissa to provide a readily accessible diving attraction. The resort's dive boats also frequent over 20 intriguing wreck and reef sites in this area. Or they'll take you deep sea fishing.

Bokissa Eco Resort has 15 thatched bungalows with air conditioning. A swim-up bar serves guests unwilling to leave the 25-meter swimming pool, and the white sandy beach is as good as they get. The 70-hectare island itself takes about an hour to walk around, allowing those romantic couples to be alone, if they want. Children under 13 are banned from Bokissa. Currently, you can snap this property up for a mere $6,825,000 Australian, taking over a 75-year lease on the island. Otherwise, a double room here will set you back a little over US$300 a night including meals.

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