The island is relatively untouched by tourism. Zipline through the lush tropical jungle. Take a sunset cruise or kayak through the forest. Visit a customary village and share the craft, music and dance of the villagers. Spend the night in a treehouse. Visit one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and watch the lava shooting dramatically into the night sky. Wander down the streets of Port Vila to the fresh produce markets. Dive in the wrecks yachts, cargo ships and ferries, and kayak into the geological phenomena of thirty metre blue holes.
Last Updated: 24 December 2017
Made up of eighty-three islands spread over one thousand six hundred kilometres, the two hundred and fifty citizens of this country speak one thousand languages. Here traditional customs are still observed and the people live in harmony with nature.
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