Opposite Parliament House,
Port Vila, Vanuatu.
+678 25550
  A warm welcome to all visitors to Vanuatu !   
Vanuatu is an archipelago consisting of 83 beautiful islands,
the main islands being Efate, Espiritu Santo, Malekula and Tanna.
Vanuatu is a land of diversity and huge smiles, boasting coral seas,
tropical islands, abundant marine life, volcanoes and rainforests.
Snorkelling, Scuba Diving, Game Fishing and adventures are here to enjoy -
in a country with a colourful history, and rich, living culture.
Our natural environment provides the basis of unspoilt living in the villages,
where life is carefree and the friendliest people are waiting to greet you.

This is why Vanuatu has twice been voted "The Happiest Place on Earth".
Vanuatu is a young nation with a huge appreciation - and respect -
for the natural and cultural environment.
We trust that your time in Vanuatu will be enjoyable and will make long lasting memories.
We invite you to return again and again to experience the various wonders that this archipelago of islands provides - from the world's most accessible active volcano on the island of Tanna,
to diving on one of the world's most renowned wreck sites, the President Coolidge -
off the island of Espiritu Santo. There is much to see and do on Vanuatu's various islands.
We thank you for choosing Vanuatu as your holiday destination
and look forward to seeing you on our shores again.
  Efate Island - Port Vila
Efate is the main island of Vanuatu, where the capital Port Vila is situated,
and is where the majority of tourism and commerce takes place.
The island has a rugged coastline and rolling verdant countryside, fast flowing rivers,
cascading waterfalls, and isolated sandy bays and lagoons.
The interior is rain forest cut only by a few walkng tracks to remote weather and radio beacons.
Cruises offer day and overnight charters to the nearby islands of Hat, Pele, Moso,
Nhuna, Lelepa and Kakula islands.
The capital Port Vila is located around a magnificent natural harbour
offering stunning views of Irriki and Ifira islands, and a look out all the way to Malapoa Point.