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The following older articles and pages were added to the site and published during the years 2015 and 2016.

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Backpacking in Vanuatu

Backpacking in Vanuatu

The beautiful Vanuatu islands just beg to be explored more closely. One of the best ways to explore this tropical paradise is to have a backpacking Vanuatu holiday. Before you do that though, get some basic tips and tricks for backpackers in Vanuatu, for a care-free adventure holiday.

Annual Swims in Vanuatu

Vanuatu Annual Swims

These annula swimming events used to be local events only, barely attracting two dozen swimmers. These days, over 200 local and international swimmers compete in the Port Vila, on Efate island, and Santo Aore, on Espiritu Santo island, annual swims. Get more info about these popular events.

Banking in Vanuatu

Banking in Vanuatu

Our guide to banking and currency in Vanuatu will help you know what to expect in Vanuatu when it comes to tipping, what currencies are accepted, and how to access your money while holidaying in Vanuatu. Get this information before you on your trip to Vanuatu islands.

Vanuatu Festivals

Vanuatu Festivals

An important part of your holiday in Vanuatu would be to see and learn more about Vanuatu's Melanesian culture. One of the best ways to do that is to attend some of the best known annual festivals here, including arts, magic, sporting and well known land dive celebrations.

Vanuatu Sailing

Vanuatu Sailing

There's no better way to experience your sailing adventure than to start your sailing in Port Vila and continue around other Vanuatu islands for a memorable sailing experience. Likewise, a leisurely cruise through the islands can be a rich and exciting experience.

Newsletter Archive

Newsletter Archive

The Travel Bug newsletter has been published since 2005. We have now created annual indexes for each year's Vanuatu news items, listed month by month. This will help you quickly find news items of particular interest to you, then click through to read.

Christmas Greetings

Christmas Greetings

If you never spent a Christmas or New Year holidays in a tropical destination, perhaps Vanuatu might be the place to start. Check Christmas Vanuatu tourism industry greetings and festive season specials. This will give you a good idea of what's available in Vanuatu during Christmas period.

Port Vila Markets

Port Vila Markets

Running along the city's main street, Port Vila markets are a great assortment of locally made arts and crafts, locally grown fresh produce, flowers and foods, as well as other types of local merchandise and Vanuatu souvenirs. A great place to get some fresh fruit and vegies, and some handicrafts.

Espiritu Santo

Espiritu Santo Island

Best known as Santo island or just Santo, this largest of Vanuatu islands is particularly known for its scuba diving sites, including WWII shipwreck of SS President Coolidge. The island is also popular for snorkeling, sailing and hiking through the rainforest interior.

Vanuatu Restaurants

Vanuatu Restaurants

When it comes to dining choices, you will find an array of taste sensations in downtown Port Vila, being the largest and the capital city of Vanuatu. There are also popular waterfront bars and clubs, some with live music. Plus many coffee shops dotted around Port Vila, for an easy break.

Erromango Island

Erromango Island

Previously the home to large sandalwood forests, this island is now a great destination for adventure seekers, including caves and hiking trails. It's an adventurer's dream come true. Even though it's a large island, there's limited accommodation only, a few roads and no nightlife.

Pentecost Island

Pentecost Island

The island was first sighted in 1744 by Captain Cook on the Day of Pentecost, hence the name. Although there's not much in the way of tourist attractions, Pentecost is best known for naghol - the annual land dive ceremony that's usually held between April and June each year.

Port Vila Vacations

Port Vila Vacation

Whether you enjoy relaxed holiday or an adventure vacation, Port Vila town and its surrouding areas are sure to offer your multiple accommodation and entertainment choices. Many resorts in Vanuatu offer additional facilities and some include wellness centres, when you want to truly pamper yourself.

Efate Island

Efate Island

When you at first arrive to Vanuatu, this is the main island where you land on. Port Vila, Vanuatu's capital, is located here, which is also the largest urban centre in Vanuatu islands. Efate island is also home to Vanuatu's Bauerfield International Airport, the gateway to Vanuatu islands.

Lelepa Island

Lelepa Island

If you want to explore other islands on your Vanuatu holiday, Lelepa island is one of the best places to visit. The best way to explore this sandy shores island is to take Lelepa Island Day Tour, as the island does not have any accommodation. The main island's attraction is 3000 years old Fels Cave.

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