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Escape the Christmas rush

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Escape the Christmas rush
or recover from the New Year hangover

If you want to escape the craziness of the silly season, Cheapflights.com.au has found the perfect pre-Christmas getaway to beautiful Vanuatu, staying at the 4.5 star beachfront Havannah, from just $1609 for five nights. The deal, which includes flights, accommodation and extras, is also available in the New Year.

The stylish and romantic Havannah is an intimate beachfront resort at Samoa Point, right next to the South Pacific’s most recently named World Heritage listed site, Chief Roi Mata’s Domain. The property features 16 luxurious, air-conditioned villas with king-size beds, fully equipped mini-bars, flat screen TV and day beds. Some have infinity plunge pools, partial open-air baths and others have their own private access to a magnificent split-level lagoon pool.

There’s an impressive day spa on site as well as choice of watersports, fishing, scuba diving and tennis courts. Dining at the resort can be arranged in the privacy of your Villa, on the beach or at the resort’s private jetty or within The Point Restaurant, with its commanding 270 degree views over Havannah Harbour.

The deal is valid until 18 December and includes return flights, five nights at the 4.5 star beachfront Havannah staying in a beautiful sunset garden villa, daily breakfast, return airport/resort coach transfers plus honeymooners receive free sarongs, cocktails and a romantic picnic lunch at a secluded beach (including boat transfers, food, sparkling wine and snorkelling gear). If you are wanting to dust off the New Year hangover and escape in early 2013, the special offer is also available for travel between 9 January and 24 February.

Package pricing starts at:

Departing Brisbane from $1609
Departing Sydney from $1649
Departing Melbourne from $1809
Departing Adelaide from $1829
Departing Perth from $2069

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