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Vanuatu is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometers. The islands offer scuba diving at coral reefs, underwater caverns and wrecks such as the WWII-era troopship SS President Coolidge. Harborside Port Vila, the nation’s capital and economic center, is on the island of Efate. The city is home to the Vanuatu National Museum, which explores the nation’s Melanesian culture.


Tourist Attractions:


Vanuatu Vatu (VUV).


Local cuisine often includes seafood, taro, yams, and tropical fruits. Traditional dishes may incorporate lap lap (a root vegetable cake) and coconut milk.

Cultural Activities:

Experience traditional dances, including the lively “Nambas” dance. Explore local markets featuring handcrafted items and local art.


3-Star: Places like Coconut Palms Resort and Mangoes Resort offer comfortable accommodation.
4-Star: Resorts like The Havannah and Warwick Le Lagon provide more luxury.
5-Star: There are limited 5-star options, but you can find upscale resorts such as Ratua Private Island.

Transport Connectivity:

Vanuatu does not have a railway system. Transport between islands is primarily done by domestic flights and boats.


Approximately 313,000 people.


The majority of the population practices Christianity, with various denominations present.

Languages Spoken:

Bislama, English, and French are the official languages, with Bislama being widely spoken among the local population.


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