• Blue Holes, Vanuatu: Incredible beauty of mysterious freshwater swimming pools

    October 8, 2017

    Blue Holes, Vanuatu: Incredible beauty of mysterious freshwater swimming pools The river starts to change colour and becomes distinctly bluer as you get closer to the Matevulu Blue Hole. Be prepared for a dunking as you explore the beaches and waterholes of Espiritu Santo on the back of a horse, writes Julie Miller. Lou Lou is pushing through shoulder-deep water, long blonde locks bobbing and golden legs working overtime in an effort to stay afloat. Suddenly she makes a noise unlike anything I’ve heard before – a guttural moan of contentment, as if relishing a deep tissue massage. Lou Lou, […]

  • Vanuatu – Getting into the Swing

    June 25, 2017

    Vanuatu: Getting into the swing 21 Jun, 2017 10:00am × Man meets Nemo, just out of camera shot. Photo / Chris Tarpey NZ Herald Swinging above the clear blue of the lagoon, I felt like Tarzan as I flew through the air and splashed into the cool depths. Untouched rainforest crowded the banks and a short distance away small children swam and washed their clothes. This was my first time in Port Vila, Vanuatu, and before I got here, I knew very little about this island nation. My first surprise was the short flight: about three hours flying direct from […]

  • First Phase of Vanuatu’s Runway Rehabilitation Now Complete

    May 9, 2016
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    PORT VILA – 9 May, 2016: The first phase of rehabilitation for Vanuatu’s Bauerfield Airport in Port Vila has been officially completed, marking a new era of tourism for the South Pacific nation.

  • What’s new in Vanuatu

    April 18, 2016

    18 April, 2016: Vanuatu is that place where visitors can discover what matters and take some time out of the daily grind to breath, relax and reenergise. It is also a destination that is always evolving with more things to see and do, as well as places to dine and dance the night away, and there are a few new things on the horizon.