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About Vanuatu

Made up of 80 islands strung out in the shape of a "Y" and covering a total land area of 12,189 km2, Vanuatu - "The Land which has always Existed" brings to mind a vision of timeless tranquillity.

Vanuatu is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world--both in its natural environment, ranging from the cosmopolitan town of Port Vila, to remote outer islands, that are truly a step back in time, to the varied influences of many nationalities that have had an impact on Vanuatu.

Vanuatu offers superb diving with excellent visibility, warm water and easily accessible dive sites.

The landscape beneath the waters mirrors that found above - mountainous terrain with plunging cliffs, grottos and overhangs, huge caves and intricate interconnecting underwater tunnels formed by frozen lava -and life abundant over all. Sea fans, soft corals and acropora gardens, plate corals and sponges and thousands of curious fish.

Then there are wrecks! Planes, an old square rigger sailing ship, a destroyer and of course the mightiest shipwreck in the world, the SS President Coolidge. This was a 22,000 ton luxury liner converted to troop ship that sank fully laden during the war, just a off the beach. The front holds are jammed with the machinery of war. Guns, helmets, gas masks and personal effects are scattered across the promenade deck and bow.

 

 


 










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