Vanuatu is a "Y"-shaped chain of 83 islands lying 2500km northeast of Sydney (Australia), 2000km north of Auckland (New Zealand), and 800km west of Nadi (Fiji). The islands range in topography from towering volcanic cones to others covered in dense rainforest to yet others which are raised coral islands with wide beaches and deep natural harbors.

With an Anglo-French heritage, today, Vanuatu is governed as an independent Republic by its indigenous people. The Ni-Vanuatu, as they are known, are a peaceful, gentle race, who enjoy life's simpler pleasures in a country of unique and diverse customs and culture. The people of Vanuatu, a name which means 'Land Eternal', are predominantly Melanesian.

The Ni Vanuatu have populated these islands for centuries and with more than 115 distinctly different cultures and languages still thriving here, Vanuatu is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. There are small communities of French, British, Australian, New Zealand, Vietnamese, Chinese and other Pacific Islands people living in harmony with the Ni Vanuatu. 

With attractive temperatures (Summer is from November to March, average temperature 28C and Winter is from April to October, temperature average 23C), tourism provides experiences not found elsewhere in the world - the Pentecost Land Dive and the Toka Ceremony on the island of Tanna are both highlights that draw people from all around the world, together with scuba diving. 




   1.  Le Meridien Port Vila
   2.  Erakor Island Resort
   3.  Iririki Island Resort
   4.  Le Lagon Resort
   5.  Mangoes Resort
   6.  Chantilly's on the Bay

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