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Only a few hours from Australia, Vanuatu’s picture perfect islands invite you to discover and explore a world of adventure.

From riding horses in the ocean to swimming in a natural blue hole to standing on the edge of a live volcano, our tropical paradise is home to a host of unforgettable experiences guaranteed to bring out the Vanuatu in you.

Take some time to immerse yourself in the islands’ rich and authentic culture. Learn about the traditional way of life on the islands, make new friends and share a smile with locals who are regularly voted some of the happiest people on the planet.

Or simply come to unwind, relax and enjoy the freedom to do whatever you want, whenever you want.

Wake up in Vanuatu and let the magic of the islands take you on the adventure of a lifetime.


Explore Our Unique Islands

Air Vanuatu can fly you to all our beautiful islands, so get ready to be fascinated as you explore by hovering your mouse over an island to begin.

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Efate & Port Vila

Efate is home to one of Vanuatu’s international airport and the gateway to paradise for many visitors. Explore Port Vila, the nation’s capital, nestled at the edge of a magnificent natural harbour offering stunning views of Iririki and Ifira islands. Make sure you visit the traditional village of Esakup and the 45m Mele Cascades waterfall, and don’t forget to send a postcard from the world’s only underwater Post Office at nearby Hideaway Island.

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The islands of Torres are Vanuatu's far northern islands lying west to neighboring Solomon Islands. The islands are lightly populated with an abundance of natural resources, white sand beaches, surf, and some of the most friendly locals you will ever meet.

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Banks Islands

The Banks islands is an adventure of its own offering visitors eco adventures from hard treks, to fishing trips and snorkeling, and ]visiting cultural villages. You can also join in with the water music ladies and play music on the water. There's much to see and do in the Banks islands.

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Espiritu Santo

Welcome to Espiritu Santo. The largest island in Vanuatu is renowned for its stunning coral reefs and many shipwrecks, including the popular dive site SS President Coolidge, a sunken luxury liner. Dive right in to the spirit of Santo with its coconut palms, inviting blue holes, mysterious caves and the white powder sands and sparkling, sheltered waters of Champagne Beach.

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The rugged, long, narrow island of waterfalls flows with creeks and rivers - perfect for soft adventure seekers. Asanvari Bay is most idyllic, popular with yachts May to October. You will love the waterfalls, snorkeling, diving, and picturesque views of Pentecost, Ambrym, Paama, Malekula and Malo on a clear day.

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Trekkers will love Lake Manaro which is one of 3 volcanic crater lakes in different shades of blue. Manaro in particular is the largest lake, turquoise-blue in colour, and acidic. Hikers trek through dense forest for 2 days to get to the lake and return.

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You can't miss the Pentecost land diving which happens from April to June, every year. Pentecost also offers a variety of excursions to visitors seeking cultural experiences including custom village tours, as well as soft adventures such as hikes, snorkeling, outrigger canoe paddling, visiting historical sites and land marks.

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Tourists are attracted by Ambrym's unique features: the two twin active volcanoes, Marum and Benbow, the tropical vegetation, and the customs of the local villagers. Accommodations are melanesian traditional bungalows, with very basic amenities, and welcoming hosts ready to make you feel at home.

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Malekula is the second largest island and the most diverse, culturally and linguistically, with over thirty distinct languages spoken. Some of the best custom dances come from the island. The names given to the primary cultural groups are Small Nambas and Big Nambas.

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Epi is a peaceful island with beautiful white sandy coves, many white and some black sand beaches, and inshore reefs. The interior is the rugged terrain of recent volcanic activity covered with lush rainforest. There are several small lakes where you can fish and swim and may get a chance to see wild birds, wild pigs and cows.

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The island is part of the Vanuatu rain forests ecoregion, within the East Melanesian Islands biogeographic region. Dense evergreen forest covers nearly three-quarters of the island on the windward (eastern) side, while a combination of grassland and woodland occupies the north-west. Cloud forests exist at higher elevations. Much of the vegetation on the island is secondary growth.

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No trip to Tanna is complete without getting up close and personal with Mount Yasur, the world’s largest accessible active volcano. But this fascinating island has plenty of other attractions including some of the best coral reef snorkelling in the South Pacific, riding wild horses, experiencing Tanna’s ancient culture and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Blue Cave.

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Aneityum (aka Mystery Island)

The southernmost island in Vanuatu is a haven of peace and tranquillity and a playground for nature lovers. Visitors to Mystery Island can swim with turtles, explore the rich life of the coral reefs, discover the flora and fauna of the forest on birdwatching and orchid walks, or simply enjoy having time and space to themselves.

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  • Torres
  • Banks Islands
  • Espiritu Santo
  • Maewo
  • Ambae
  • Pentecost
  • Ambrym
  • Malekula
  • Epi
  • Efate & Port Vila
  • Erromango
  • Tanna
  • Aneityum