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Father Walter Lini Day – Vanuatu’s...

Father Walter Lini Day – Vanuatu’s First Prime Minister

“Seli Ho” (Let’s Pull Together) New Hebrides was the original name of the now independent [...]

Vanuatu for Couples

Vanuatu for Couples

Vanuatu has lots of choices for a “couples only escape”. Choose from the larger full [...]

Essential Port Vila Experiences

Essential Port Vila Experiences

Port Vila is the capital and largest city of Vanuatu. It is also the primary destination for most visitors of the country.

Father Walter Lini Day – Vanuatu’s...

Father Walter Lini Day – Vanuatu’s First Prime Minister

“Seli Ho” (Let’s Pull Together) New Hebrides was the original name of the now independent [...]

Vanuatu’s Gaua Island

Vanuatu’s Gaua Island

 Gaua (previously called Santa Maria) Island is one of the Banks and Torres group in [...]

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Vanuatu Fishing Holiday – Ride the Famous Marlin Highway

Dec 19 Vanuatu Fishing Holiday – Ride the Famous Marlin Highway

Posted by in About Vanuatu

“Perhaps I should not have been a fisherman, he thought. But that was the thing I was born for.” Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea   The breathtaking archipelago of Vanuatu is one of the best destinations when it comes to deep sea fishing. Strategically located in the South Pacific Ocean and only 4+/- hours...

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Essential Port Vila Experiences

Oct 18 Essential Port Vila Experiences

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Port Vila is the capital and largest city of Vanuatu. It is also the primary destination for most visitors of the country. First time visitors may find themselves at a loss (or overwhelmed) by the choices of things to do. So in order to help you out, the team here at Air Vanuatu have come up with a list of the five essential things...

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Shipwreck Diving In Vanuautu – More Than Just Finding Nemo

Oct 04 Shipwreck Diving In Vanuautu – More Than Just Finding Nemo

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Diving Holiday in Vanuatu   With over 83 amazing tropical island to choose from, you are guarantee to find a great spot to dive in Vanuatu.   But if you are after something more than just colorful marine creatures swimming away from you, scuba diving in Vanuatu could just be that adrenaline kick you’ve been looking...

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Slowing down in Malekula

Jun 22 Slowing down in Malekula

Posted by in About Vanuatu

If asked for three words to describe Malekula I would go with – raw, remote and paradise.  It is not for people who want swim up bars, cocktails, spas and kids’ clubs, but for me it was paradise.  Think of beautiful guesthouses made from local materials and owners who treat you like you are one of the family – Malekula...

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Vanuatu’s Gaua Island

Feb 17 Vanuatu’s Gaua Island

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 Gaua (previously called Santa Maria) Island is one of the Banks and Torres group in the northern part of the Vanuatu archipeligo. Gaua rises about 9,800 feet (3,000 m) from the sea floor. Steaming Hill Lake, a crescent-shaped crater lake, is just below Mt. Garat, a secondary cone and summit of the stratovolcano (a volcano made of...

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Pentecost Island

Dec 11 Pentecost Island

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Pentecost Island has become famous throughout the world for the land diving ritual (Nagol or N’gol) which occurs every Saturday between April and June. The ritual, which influenced the invention of bungee jumping by Kiwi AJ Hackett, sees local men and boys as young as seven jump from a 20 -30 metre high manmade tower with only a...

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Banks & Torres Islands

Dec 10 Banks & Torres Islands

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Mota Lava and Ra Islands Distant from modern Vanuatu, Mota Lava and Ra islands are a pleasant island escape. These islands are relatively small and most attractions are easy to walk to: White sand beaches and coral reefs around west Mota Lava and Ra, Climb the massive rocks on Ra. The two boulder piles offer good views but the climb...

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Malekula Island

Dec 10 Malekula Island

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Malekula  is known as the island of custom. May visitors are also intrigued by its history of cannibalism. It is the second largest island and the most diverse, culturally and linguistically, with over thirty distinct languages spoken, and some of the best custom dances come from the island. The names given to the primary cultural...

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