Vanuatu is the one of the fantastic places to visit. You're going to love it. But it's not just a decadent escape with balmy breezes and gourmet food. It's also home to several best-in-the-world experiences that very few people know about: a luxury liner, like the Titanic, shipwrecked in clear diveable water; the world's most accessible active volcano on the island of Tanna; a giant banyan tree the size of a soccer field; pounding, cascading waterfalls; extraordinary cultural ceremonies and dances on the island of Malekula; primitive villages where you can witness an ancient living culture; and picture-perfect beaches.
Mele Bay:Summit Gardens :The Summit Vanuatu controls the largest single resource of
sandalwood in the South Pacific, and the second largest in the world.
Mele Bay on the island of Efate in Vanuatu is
a great place to spend a day... or a week! Right on the beach, only 20 minutes
from Port Vila, Mele Bay is relaxing by nature. There's plenty to do once you
get here including activities, dining, sight seeing and accommodation.
Iririki is a privately lease held
island, located in Mele Bay, a free 3-minute ferry ride from the Vanuatu capital Port
Vila. The whole island is leased to the Iririki
Island Resort and no ni-Vanuatu live on the island.
10km from Port Vila are these pools of stunningly clear aquamarine water that
have formed below a 35m waterfall. A little path with guide ropes wobbles up to
the top â€“ itâ€™s steep and slippery in places.
Mount Yasur is an active volcano on Tanna
Island, Vanuatu with a height of 361 m (1,184 ft) above sea
level, located on the coast near Sulphur
Bay. It lies to the southeast of the taller Mount Tukosmera, which was active in the Pleistocene. It has a largely unvegetated pyroclastic cone with a nearly circular summit crater 400 m in
diameter. It is a stratovolcano, caused by the eastward-moving Indo-Australian Plate being subducted under the westward-moving Pacific Plate.