Do an organised drive around the main island. Get to see some of the beaches, the villages, and have some local food. You might not want to hire a car, the road is absolutely shocking in places, so it is best to be driven. After a storm or cyclone, the roads are often temporarily blocked by fallen palm trees.
Vanuatu is still relatively untouched by high level tourism, so you get a good time with relatively little cost.
Every Friday night there is a Culture night where four different tribes perform for you, along with some kava drinking and a huge dinner buffet and some entertainment.
You can hire scooters in Port Villa and ride around the island. You can go to beautiful waterfalls and views and places you cant go by foot.
Tha poor old coconut crab in the photo apparently died a few days after we had been there...they are becoming extinct there now so are not on the menu very often...
Snorkellying through Vanuatu's clear wateres you'll come across an abundance of interesting starfish. Some like this one make great photo opportunities.
You can take a nice old sailing boat to an outlying island. This one had a turtle reserve on it. Scuba diving is also available on the trip.
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My partner and I planned 2 weeks on Vanuatu from 29 June to 13 July. We had booked 2 resorts, the...more
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