Vanuatu Drink Bars
Drinks, dancing and kava tasting in
Vanuatu's capital, Port Vila town, offers a wealth of activities, accommodations and shopping. It is
also famous for the wide diversity of dining options around the city. These range from basic town eateries, for a
budget family dianing out, to fine food restaurants with a la carte menu. You can easily make the most of your trip to the islands with the best meal ever in one of these
There are also day time and night time drink bars in Vanuatu, in
particular Port Vila town, where you can get refreshing drinks and coctails. Many restaurants have these bars, as
part of their offer. But you will also find Vanuatu resorts offering the same, both bars and restaurants. Bars are
locally known as nakamals.
Resorts offer great options for your dining pleasure, but the local restaurants cannot
be discounted. They provide a wide range of culinary delights to please your palate. You will also find quite a few
drink bars and nightclubs in the city,
providing you with the drinks and dancing you need for enjoyment.
|While many Vanuatu drink bars or nakamals involve kava
there are also regular bars at resorts that provide day and night
There are many different Vanuatu bars or nakamals (kava tasting bar)
located throughout the islands. Be sure to check with your hotel’s reception desk to find out about some of the
better ones located in the area where you are staying.
Ronnie’s Nakamal, the Red Light
Nakamal and Shefa Nakamal are considered to be among the
best Vanuatu bars. A number of the hotels also typically offer theme nights in which you can enjoy a special
kava tasting. If you have never tried kava
drink before, this is a great way to get acclimated to this drink, which is certainly unique, to say the
The award-winning The Terrace, at Breakas Beach Resort, offers a la carte dining
by the ocean. It features some of the best international cuisine and an incredibly romantic location, with
wonderful views of the lagoon. After your meal, head down to Latitude
1744 beach bar. Bare feet, native dress and fun are the rule here.