Things to do in Vanuatu
Vanuatu is a haven for those discerning travellers looking for more than a relaxing holiday. Vanuatu offers a wide range of activities and adventures catering for all tastes and budgets. There are adventure and hiking tours to the many remote islands most of which are still untouched by western influences. With many miles of beautiful coral reefs and wartime wrecks including the world famous President Coolidge.
Vanuatu is the ideal diving destination. Espiritu Santo offers some of the most diverse underwater experiences from historic shipwrecks to untouched outer reefs. The island of Tanna offers travellers the chance to experience one of the most accessible active volcanoes on earth at close range.
Canoeing trips to the inshore islands and throughout Vanuatu’s river systems are another great way of experiencing the true beauty of Vanuatu. Spend a day enjoying a picnic by cascading waterfalls and cool off in the many freshwater pools as you climb to the top of Klems Hill. For golfers, Vanuatu offers an 18 hole championship golf course at Mele Bay. Play a morning round prior to enjoying a superb lunch at the clubhouse.
Vanuatu is now one of the world’s most popular game and sport fishing locations. Experience the thrill of tangling with a big blue marlin or sailfish. Spend a few days light tackle sport or reef fishing. Serious anglers are well catered for with superb vessels and crews offering multiple day and live aboard trips to some of the more remote island fishing locations.
Vanuatu offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere with a strong French influence. This influence reflects the superb cuisine offered throughout the islands. One of the real pleasures of visiting Vanuatu is the many superb restaurants, eateries and cafes catering to travellers of all tastes.