Category Archives: Vanuatu

A little bit of luxury …

OH NOOO … we have only two more days left in the South Pacific islands. To cope with the shock of leaving the blissful island life behind soon we took refuge in beautiful Mangoes Resort in Port Vila. After our adventures … Continue reading

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Mount Yasur – a real lava volcano at last

“It’s gonna be a bumpy ride” is probably the best description, as the four-wheel trip to Mount Yasur on the south eastern tip of Tanna island was not very comfy, but when we finally reached the volcano after a two … Continue reading

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Tanna – Adventure Island

Wow, no issues on our Air Vanuatu flight from Port Vila to Tanna Island. This airline is getting better and better *lol* . Tanna is definitely one of the least developed islands we have visited on our vacation until now. … Continue reading

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Mele Cascades

We couldn’t leave Mele village without a visit to beautiful Mele Cascades! Time to go splashing in one of Efate’s main natural attraction …

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Efate island tour

To get a glimpse of the rest of the island we found a driver, Ruben, who would take us around Efate with his mini bus for a full day. . . . First stop was turtle bay sanctuary, which was kind … Continue reading

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Mele Beach – Yu save toktok bislama?

The return flight from Santo to Efate with Air Vanuatu went almost smoothly … this time they suddenly remembered that the domestic baggage allowance is only 10kg and wanted to charge us overweight. After some very clear words about what we thought … Continue reading

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Espiritu Santo

Espiritu Santo got it’s name from the Portuguese explorer Pedro Fernandes de Queirós, who was working for Spain and believed he had arrived in the Great Southern Continent, Terra Australis in 1604. Almost mate, almost! Santo has a very lively … Continue reading

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