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The Vanuatu Tourism Office is pleased to announce the launching of its new French destination website www.vanuatu.travel/fr/.

It has been several years since the last French website was active and today, french-speaking visitors finally have access to up to date tourism and travel related information and tools, specifically highlighting attractions and offers for the French visitor such as rich cultural experiences, private excursions, community based tours, eco adventures, rich cuisine experiences, and all other information that are niched for the French market to assist the French traveler in choosing Vanuatu as their next holiday destination.

The new website, which runs off the English version, brings with it a fresh look and feel, a professional layout that is user friendly with social media sharable buttons, with all relevant information suited for all sorts of visitors from couples, families, school groups, divers, to arts and music fanatics looking for an authentic holiday destination that offers attractions that suit their market.

Consumers can choose any of the 400 plus accommodations and tour operators from resorts, island bungalow, budget motels, village stays to self contained units, and experiences on offer from hiking, watersports, volcanoe tours, to blue holes, scenic flights, food experiences, and more.

The website features videos on Vanuatu, a link to the photo gallery, and blogs shared by writers around the world.

The website is proudly funded by The New Zealand Government and coordinated by the VSTAP Implementation team under the Vanuatu Tourism Program.

The Vanuatu Tourism Office sincerely thanks the Government of Vanuatu for their support and commitment, the Government of New Zealand for the website as VTO embarks on enhancing digital marketing platforms including extending acknowledgements to all other development partners, French translator Odile Guiomar, and the tourism industry for their cooperation and support which has resulted to a fruitful outcome by having the English website now also in French.