Vanuatu, a natural scenic treasure still not much explored by travellers at Pacific has a cluster of about more than eighty islands. Apart from exploring through the incredibly beautiful islands, you get to explore more of the eserted beaches, ancient culture, remote and rugged islands and world-class diving here. The magma-filled active volcano is another temptation that’ll keep you gripped over here. Come, let’s explore some of the captivating locations of Vanuatu here.
Standing at the Efatu island, Port villa is the capital hub of Vanuatu. The major attractions here are the National Museum ofVanuatu, inside the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, displays artifacts of slit-gong drums and outrigger canoes. The town attracts lots of viewers just to gaze at the multi-tiered waterfall with rock pools in a rainforest. There’s also The shallow lagoon is a popular spot for snorkeling and kayaking.
Tanna, an island in Vanuatu, is also an archipelago country in the South Pacific. You get to see an active volcano with frequent explosions from its vents here along with hot springs, a freshwater lake and a beach. The village life in Tanna displays a traditional way of life highlighted by dances and indigenous art, including handmade carvings. There is also the White Grass Plains on the northwest coast which are home to wild horses.
Port Olry, a Francophone town at Espiritu Santo island in the Sanma Province of Vanuatu, leaves an impression on people’s minds because of verdant green hills, crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. Also, the village of Port Olry has an access via an underwater sandbar to two local nature reserve islands at low tide which is something to check while here.
Lopevi, an uninhabited island in Malampa Province, Vanuatu lies to the southeast of Ambrym and east of Paama. With a height to reach of 1413 m above sea level, its the tallest point in central Vanuatu. Previously is remained uninhabited for years, but later in the coming years pollution started settling here. The beauty and the incredible distinction of the island attract lots of explorers here.
Lelepa, an island in the southwestern Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. It’s the largest town on the island Natapao, is located on the southern edge of the island. This island is also called the island of explorers. The breathtaking beauty here, with just a nominal population of 500 people and some really astounding natural beauty around to gaze, it’s certainly one the best islands at Vanuatu.
These and some more extra ordinary islands at Vanautu form an exciting retreat for travellers from over the world.