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The Havannah Vanuatu has announced that it has just been accepted as a member of National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World. This prestigious accolade is extremely rare – The Havannah is just one of only four Unique Lodges in Australia and the Pacific, and one of only 61 in the world.

According to National Geographic, the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World "is a collection of lodges that invite guests to discover some of the planet’s most treasured places, while helping to protect those places for generations to come."

"These properties, handpicked by National Geographic sustainable tourism experts, share a strong commitment to sustainable practices and to protecting natural and cultural heritage. They embody National Geographic values: authenticity, enrichment, and a dedication to preserving our planet’s diversity."

National Geographic's inclusion of The Havannah is a tribute not only to the property itself, but to the outstanding social, historical, cultural and tourism value of Efate's Havannah Harbour and the adjacent UNESCO World Heritage listed Roi Mata Domain.

The VTO congratulates The Havannah's owners and managers on this significant achievement.