Vanuatu Holidays

Imagine entering adulthood by jumping 30 meters off a cliff tethered only by vines, dropping enough to graze the ground below. It was in Vanuatu that land diving, the precursor to bungee jumping, began. If that's not exciting enough, try the bush trails, parasailing, canoeing, exploring caves, or horseback rides on the beach. Worry not if you like ... Read more
more relaxing alternatives: world-class golf tournaments, shopping at open markets, Melanesian massages, or just enjoying a relaxing cup of traditional kava. With an international airport servicing the 80-island nation, Vanuatu is one of the more accessible countries in the South Pacific. The natives are equally inviting, and they’ve managed to turn even gift giving into a popular sport. During the Toka Festival, elaborately dressed participants attempt to out-lavish one another with presents while engaged in a dance of rhythmic stomping. With no written language, storytelling is a popular pastime. And while each Vanuatu local speaks one of 113 indigenous languages, English is still one of the official languages.

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Bangkok
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visited quite a few years ago with a bunch of golfing friends. Loved the broken English, bought a book on the history of what it means .. hilarious .. the 2 weeks we stayed was full on during holiday season .. Lovely tropical atmosphere, nice people, big smiles .. will go again some day for sure..

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Whangaparaoa

Cruising with P&O ,the markets were the best. Keep safety conscious here

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