Whatever your need for an island getaway, Vanuatu has you more than covered. You’ll discover many gorgeous locations here. What to know what places to visit?
Vanuatu villas is a great choice to stay in if you want to be close to the sites. These diving sites feature many breathtaking underwater tunnels, grottoes, and caves. One of the most interesting sites is of the SS “President Coolidge” which was a troop ship that sank during World War 2 and is the largest wreck dive in the world.
A tour of the tribal villages is excellent to learn about the natives as well as information on their farm life, architecture and economy. You’ll even be greeted by the chief of the tribe on some tours.
If you’re staying at a resort like Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu and decide to venture off, do check out Port Vila. You’ll find that Port Vila, which is the capital of Vanuatu is quite a small city that is neither crowded nor touristy. Here, you can shop at many of the duty-free shops or enjoy some delicious food.
Check out Naghol
Naghol is the traditional form of bungee jumping found on Vanuatu’s Pentecost Island. Vines are tied to the jumpers as they leap from tall trees.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+