Port-Vila Things to Do

  • Back from a dip, in the cool waters.
    Back from a dip, in the cool waters.
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  • Nice views from up there.
    Nice views from up there.
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  • Hideaway Island is paradise on earth!
    Hideaway Island is paradise on earth!
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  • 1. Pandanus Shop

    A little shop that is a jem! Similar to an Australia high street design shop with jewelry, art, original tshirts, belts, books and more. A must visit when in Vanuatu. Lots of the items are made in...

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  • 2. wooden sculptures & drums

    Dont miss to take a closer look at the traditional wooden sculptures that you will find in the car-parking of the restaurant "Le Rendez Vous".Some of these...

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  • 3. some great murals in Vila

    Keep your eyes open while taking a walk through the town of Vila and maybe you are lucky to see some of these graffities and murals there. Around the Vanuatu...

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  • 4. some local houses of Vila

    Here you can see some local houses that I saw while taking a walk through Vila. Most of the houses look quite european, but at least some of the hotels have...

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  • 5. the catholic church of Vila

    This is the catholic church of Vila and I was glad that I saw the inscription that you will see in my 2nd photo here, as this church does not look at all like a...

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  • 6. EXPLORE CASCADE WATERFALLS and SURROUNDS

    A few minutes's drive from the city, this attraction is indeed an amazing example of Vanuatu's natural treasure! After passing through a chaotic town, Port...

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  • 7. Snorkel at Hideaway Island,Rent or Buy Gear Here

    A fave activity of my family is snorkelling. Hideaway Island is perfect for it as the clear waters here showcases the pristine beauty of this paradise!We forgot...

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  • 8. You gotta see the markets!

    Right in the middle of town are the markets. They are open every day from just after dawn until whenever they feel like packing up and going home - usually this...

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  • 9. Sea Plane ride

    Vanuatu Sea Planes. Another 'P&O shore tour' newly added, but not just for cruise lines. $99 for half hour. Again, Australian owned & run. Pilot, Wayne, great...

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  • 10. Horse riding

    Club Hippique - beautiful rainforest rides, catering for all level of riders. Paid $69 (AU) on P&O shore tour. 3 hours total. Pick up at Port, 20 minute drive...

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  • 11. Local church

    If you're a Christian, I really recommend going to a local church on Sunday. We went to Pastor Stanley Mori's Apostolitic church at Olin, Port Vila. Wow,...

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  • 12. Snorkelling

    Now before I go telling you to go snorkelling or swimming, I think its important that you know that usually, personally, I hate swimming. Mainly because it is...

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  • 13. Snorkelling on Hideaway island.

    For a very reasonable price you can go snorkelling directly off the beach and hand feed fish.About 20 metres off the beach the shelf drops down as far as you...

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  • 14. Sailing a small yacht on Erakor lagoon.

    If you have never tried sailing can be quite an experience. Hell of a lot of fun, specially when the wind picks up. In the shallows of the lagoon you can find...

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  • 15. Day trip to the island on Survivor: Vanuatu

    Moso is also known as 'Tranquility Island' and is the island the contestants stayed on while on Survivor. On the show, they called it 'Islands of Fire'...

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  • 16. Huge Waterfall!

    Although it costs roughly $10 US, the trip to the waterfall is a must do if you're in Port Vila. The 15-20 minute hike through the lush green trails is not too...

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  • 17. Markets

    The markets in Port Vila are definitely worth visiting. They run every day except Sunday and you can buy everything from fruit and vegetables to wood carvings,...

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  • 18. Crows Nest Kava Bar/Nakamal

    We got this tour free with our accommodation/flight deal so we figured we might as well go along even though we didn't know what to expect. Bascially it was an...

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  • 19. Drive around Port Vila

    I found the best way to see all of Port Vila is to hire a car. You can travel around the whole island in one full day and take it all in. On the way you can...

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  • 20. The Mele Cascades - (Water Falls)

    Hop on a bus or taxi and go to see the famous Mele cascades if you don't want to tour the island due to lack of time. A 20-minute trip from Port Vila will take...

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  • 21. Giving gifts to the bride

    I saw pigs and many fruits and taro that the fiancees loaded in a small truck and brought to their house.

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