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Why to go

Vanuatu (Vanuatu means 'Land Eternal') is a "Y"-shaped chain of 83 islands 800km west of Nadi (Fiji). The islands range from towering volcanic cones to others covered in dense rainforest to others which are raised coral islands with wide beaches and deep natural harbours. The Ni-Vanuatu people are a peaceful, loving, gentle race, who enjoy life's simpler pleasures in a country of unique and diverse customs and culture.
There are experiences for the traveller not found anywhere else in the world like the Pentecost Land Dive (the first bungy jump) and the Toka Ceremony on the island of Tanna. The people of Vanuatu are predominantly Melanesian. The Ni Vanuatu have populated the islands for centuries and with more than 115 distinctly different cultures and languages still thriving, Vanuatu is recognised 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. Until 1980 Vanuatu, then known as the New Hebrides, was jointly administered by France and Great Britain as a 'Condominium'. There are many reminders of the days when a gendarme would patrol one side of the main street and a London 'Bobby' the other.
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Vanuatu is an archipelago in the southwest Pacific Ocean, east of Australia and north of New Zealand. It was previously known as the New Hebrides Islands. The archipelago has more than 4,000 species of cone shells, stonefish and marine mollusks. You cannot go near these sea creatures as they have poison that is dangerous and fatal to humans. You could also see giant East African land snails in Vanuatu. 


Vanuatu’s climate varies from hot and humid in the north, to mild and dry in the south. From January to April the archipelago experiences more rainfall than the rest of the year. During the months of January to June Vanuatu’s climate is a little more humid but becomes cooler during occasional tropical downpours.


What to See in Vanuatu

There are several active volcanoes in Vanuatu like the Lopevi. Vanuatu is recognized as a distinct global eco-region, and is known for its rainforests. Vanuatu is part of the Australasia eco-zone, which includes New Zealand, Australia, New Caledonia, New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. There are experiences for travelers that they can have only in Vanuatu. Visitors can go to the Pentecost Lad Dive where the first bungee jump took place or witness the Toka Ceremony on the island of Tanna. Experiencing a different kind of adventure should not be costly.
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