What To Do In Vanuatu
Vanuatu is a 'y' shaped chain of islands situated approximately 2000 kms of the east coast of Australia. This beautiful archipelago offers honeymooners the perfect paradise destination where they can be as active or as relaxed as they want to be. From scuba diving, fishing and water sports, to island hopping, spa and wellness treatments, shopping, nightlife and entertainment, these tiny islands have a great deal to offer.
Why not capture the real Vanuatu experience by immersing yourself in the culture of the islands. There's no better way to do this than with a cultural and community tour. The tours showcase ancient ways of living that are still practised today. These include custom dances and village experiences. If it's adventure you're after then Vanuatu has it in bucket loads. How about a kayaking trip where you can visit the famous Mele Cascade Falls and snorkel in the bay below. Or alternatively if you've a head for heights then why not abseil down some of the most stunning scenery anywhere in the world or traverse the Vanuatu Jungle Zip Line. Off-road adventures and buggy rides are great ways to explore the best that this collection of islands has to offer and if you're brave enough, what better way to get an adrenalin rush than to stand right at the rim of an active volcano on a spectacular volcano tour.
Finally, if you like a little shopping then Port Vila is the place to be. Boutique shops selling local goods offer an assortment of souvenirs that will remind you of your time here. If after all that shopping you want to kick back and relax, then stay for the entertainment where you can choose from a variety of bars, restaurants and night clubs.
What's The Weather Like?
Located in the romantic South Pacific Vanuatu luxuriates in a tropical climate with a constant temperature coupled with variable rainfall and high humidity. The climate is divided into two main seasons: the hot wet season stretching from November to April and the cold dry season which lasts from May to October.
The best time to head to head to the islands is during the dry season from May to October when you can expect average daily temperatures of between 23-26C.
From June to September the temperatures are cooler and probably not best suited to lazing on a beach, but great if you're looking to be more energetic and planning to hike through a rainforest. Winter nights can drop to a low as 17C.
The driest month in Vanuatu is generally August and the wettest month tends to be February.View all Wedding Destinations in Vanuatu