Dig your toes into the white sands of Champagne Bay, then step into the bubbling waters of its freshwater spring to understand why it was named after the effervescent spirit.
Kick your fins among Vanuatu's colorful sea life and the impressive shipwreck of ocean liner turned World War II troop transport, the SS President Coolidge, located at Million Dollar Point.
Not far from Champagne Bay, this mesmerizing azure lagoon emits an ethereal glow and is the perfect place to ride upon a relaxing outrigger or take a refreshing dip.
One of the largest cities in Vanuatu, beautiful Luganville is sprinkled with Quonset huts, remnants of the U.S. troops who were stationed in the city during World War II.
Belmol Horse Paradise
Take in the scent of coconuts as you enjoy a gentle trot past Vanuatu's idyllic beaches, lagoons and jungles aboard the beloved horses of the island's biggest cattle farm.
On the island of Espiritu Santo, reef fishing and game fishing abound, so cast your line and try your hand at catching Coral Trout, Mangrove Jack, Mahi Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna and Marlin, among others.