Top 4 things to do in Vanuatu

Written by on February 20, 2020 in Economy, Travel and Entertainment with 0 Comments
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By Laura Graham

Vanuatu is a beautiful and wonderful place to visit. With endless islands to explore, you can enjoy countless once in a lifetime experience that will make your Instagram page the envy of all your friends. In fact, there are so many amazing activities to enjoy in Vanuatu, the hardest things are to narrow them down into a manageable list for one holiday. So with that in mind, let’s take a look at the top four things you should do on your holiday in Vanuatu.

1. Visit volcanoes


Fancy seeing a real-life volcano erupt? As scary and dangerous as that can be in some destinations, Vanuatu actually hosts a few opportunities for tourists to safely witness a volcano eruption in the flesh. Mount Yasur, for example, has been spilling fire for over 800 years and is still doing so with relative regularity. Those who dare to try can access the summit by foot or if you’re a little more cautious, you can watch from a distance during a sunset tour by boat.

2. Scuba dive through history

Aside from beautiful coral reefs, World War II shipwrecks and an actual fully functioning postal office, the Vanuatuan waters host some of the most exciting dives in the world. 


Million Dollar Point is a particularly attractive destination for tourists and seasoned divers alike. When the United States military left the Vanuatuan island of Espiritu Santo after using it as a base during World War II, they left behind a treasure trove of military tanks, guns, and jeeps which they dumped in the water simply to spite the French and the British. As a result, ‘Million Dollar Point’ is now an underwater museum for divers daring to look for it.

3. Attend a surf camp

Whether you’re already a seasoned surfer or a complete beginner, attending a surf camp in Vanuatu can be a hugely rewarding experience. By joining a Vanuatu surf camp for women you can learn new skills and improve your surfing technique to a truly breathtaking backdrop. You can be surfing by day and relaxing in a hammock with some traditional Vanuatu kava by night.  And at the end of your trip, you will be fitter, stronger and healthier than you were when you left. The sense of accomplishment you’ll feel is absolutely priceless.

4. Explore Millennium Cave

Although extremely popular with tourists, this is an absolute must-do for any Vanuatu visitor. As Vanuatu’s largest cave, Millennium Cave offers a treasure trove of adrenaline-fuelled adventure. Not for the faint-hearted, a Millennium Cave tour will see you trekking through tropical forests and jungle, scrambling over rocks, swimming through rivers, traveling through deep caves, standing beneath cascades and waterfalls and jumping from large rocks into the deep waters below. If you love trying new things and getting the adrenaline flowing, it’s an adventure not to be missed.

Conclusion

Vanuatu is a literal playground for adrenaline junkies and those with curious minds. Whether it’s hundreds of feet above the ground hiking on live volcanos or meters below the surface diving through World War II shipwrecks and jeeps, there is no shortage of fun things to do in Vanuatu. And of course, no trip to Vanuatu is complete without taking a few days to enjoy relaxing and surfing at the beach.

So what are you waiting for? Book your trip to Vanuatu today and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!

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