Lataro Island is one of the largest and most isolated private islands in the South Pacific. This 800 acre private island is located off the coast of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu’s northern islands and is 90% untouched by man. Old growth rainforests, together with a wonderful array of fauna are pretty much as they were 1000 years ago. The luxurious accommodation has been constructed over the last three years and comprises the owners’ residence made up of four separate buildings connected with undercover walkways – these include a kitchen, bar, dining and entertainment area around the swimming pool and media room/office/study and ‘play room’.
There is a large two bedroom guesthouse, a self-contained manager/caretakers house, separate staff accommodation for up to eighteen and a huge maintenance shed. The buildings are Balinese style with plenty of exposed timber and dark tinted glass.
The sea surrounding the island is the ultimate playground for game fishing, diving, yachting, everything aquatic and there are several safe moorings for boats up to around 60 feet off the front of the property.
A great super yacht anchorage is in the bay opposite and is visible from the property but don’t expect to see many boats as they are few and far between.The island is available on a walk-in, walk-out basis including boats, toys and all furniture and equipment. A piece of land on the mainland is also available as an access point although many visitors prefer to fly directly to the island and utilise its own grass airstrip.