Port-Vila Off The Beaten Path

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    Some great graffities in Port Vila

    by globetrott Updated Jan 18, 2012

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    I am really glad I took a walk to the village, because that way I was able to see such great graffities on my way. This building of a local electricity-provider is painted all over by interesting graffities with scenes of the native people and obviously also some local dances.
    I think it is a great idea to ask local artists to decorate such buildings with good graffities before some illegal sprayers start there with their kind of "art"

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  • Kava Bar

    by Pop4444 Written Feb 9, 2008

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    Best Kava Bar I have been to in Vila.
    Near Mangoes, at end of Hospital grounds (other side of road from Hospital and south (no good with directions - assuming Magoes is just north of the gate leading from Hospital, then the Kava Bar is 100 m south). Wonderful view over lagoon to La Meridien.
    Not too tourisy but doesnt stay open very late - about 6:30- 7pm

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    Black sandy beach in remote locale

    by Bunnylbj Written Aug 3, 2004

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    Black sandy beaches on the way to Devil's Point

    About 15 mintues out of Port Vila after Hideaway Island is a road which takes you out to Devil's Point. The Point is at the end of the road, along the way there is a Restaurant call Benjor Beach Club. I've never eaten here but have heard it's not bad. Along this road to the point is incredible black sandy beaches. We pulled to the side of the road and gathered some of the most unusual shells that I used to make necklaces for my friends.

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  • Mele Cascades

    by Paknut Updated Jan 27, 2004

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    Mele Cascades

    I highly recommend hiring a car and travel around Port Vila. You can stop where you please and drive at your own pace. The island is safe and friendly and you can buy fresh fruit along the way and support the locals, cause they're champions.
    On the way you can visit the Mele cascades, which is about a 20 minute walk through a rainforest to the waterfall.

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