Another archipelago in the South Pacific filled with lots of options. You can go diving off the many islands, in particular on Espiritu Santo where the President’s ship sank after WWII. So large a ship wreck that you could dive it every day for a month and never see it all. Bungy jumping has its origins in Vanuatu, where the locals jump off bamboo structures on the island of Pentecost. The active Mount Yasur Volcano still spews lava constantly, a spectacle like no other that you can witness just a few meters from its ridge. Vanuatu is less remote and more developed for tourism than its neighbours in the Pacific (with the exception of Fiji) but still has plenty that is yet to be explored beyond the main island of Efate.
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Vanuatu’s main island of Efate offers a vast array of international and local cuisine but perhaps the most intriguing and appealing is L’Houstalet, serving a mix of French and Melanesian dishes including flying fox, wild pigeon, coconut crab and prawn flambe
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Road tripping Vanuatu’s Efate Island
Is a day enough to see Vanuatu main island? The answer is no. If you prefer to go independent and explore the island at your own pace, without the tour groups, this is the way. Eton Beach, Blue Lagoon, Mele Cascades, Hideaway Island and other hidden gems here