How to get to Vanuatu
Vanuatu is an archipelago of 83 islands in South Pacific, 270 nm from New Caledonia and 980 nm from Australia and New Zealand.
You’ll easily find international flights from New Caledonia, the Fiji islands, Australia and New Zealand to Port Vila – Vanuatu. From there, a short domestic flight will take you to Luganville, the departure point for your cruise.
Jointly administered by France and United Kingdom up until 1980 (then known as the New Hebrides), these islands were almost forgotten by Western civilization, allowing them to maintain their traditional Melanesian culture and identity, as well as agriculture and living standards far from industry and mass tourism.
The warm-hearted local population, their love of life and their traditional lifestyle in complete harmony with nature all combine to make this country a model for the rest of the world faced with today’s environmental challenges. Together with its magnificent and delightful landscapes, Vanuatu is a must-see destination.
The official languages are Bichlamar, French and English.