You can even try to make some at home, like this recipe inspired by Vanuatu Lap Lap: http://realpasifik.com/recipe-make-at-home-chicken-lap-lap/
Try your hand at everything from parasailing, to zip lining, to abseiling, dirt buggy driving, caving, diving, mountain biking and so much more! Oh and did we mention you can hike to the top of the world’s most accessible active volcano?
Read a first person account of what it’s like to trek up Tanna Island’s Mt Yasur Volcano, and witness “Mother Nature’s own fireworks show”! http://www.airvanuatu.com/blog/mt-yasur-just-like-jurassic-park-without-the-dinosaurs/
This beautiful photo of a native hibiscus was taken at Port Orly in stunning Espiritu Santo. Santo is a 50 minute flight from Port Vila, and you can fly direct from Brisbane: http://www.airvanuatu.com/home/travel-information/the-vanuatu-islands/espiritu-santo-island.aspx
Photo credit: @Santo_Vanuatu Instagram
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Visit Espiritu Santo and experience these bright blue waters and lush jungle surrounds in person at the Matevulu Blue Hole.
Santo is a 50 minute flight from Port Vila, and you can fly direct from Brisbane: http://www.airvanuatu.com/home/travel-information/the-vanuatu-islands/espiritu-santo-island.aspx
Photo Credit: @elspethcallender Instagram
Air Vanuatu was formed almost three decades ago in December 1987, the airline has served Vanuatu proudly, bringing visitors and residents to and from the beautiful islands of Vanuatu.
Air Vanuatu has played a major role in establishing Vanuatu as a tourist and investment destination in the last two decades, particularly in it's closest markets, Australia and New Zealand, and will continue to do so in the future.
Air Vanuatu proudly operates one of the youngest fleets of new generation aircraft in the South West Pacific.