Issue 83 - January 2012
Volcanic Earth's New
Volcanic Earth has introduced a brand new tour in Vanuatu. The
tour to to their organic factory will take guests to see how virgin coconut oil is made and even play a part in its
manufacture, including watching Volcanic Earth’s staff make coconut soaps, beautiful rich creams and scents. The
tour includes tea and coffee refreshments, plus a unique Volcanic Earth FREE gift bag. For more information, call
Volcanic Earth shop on +678 26690. Website www.volcanicearth.com.
Volcanic Earth's new tour will show guests how coconut soaps, beautiful rich
creams and scents are made by their staff.
Vanuatu features on Le Figaro
In September 2011 writer Bernadette Gilbertas and Olivier
Grunewald came to Vanuatu and went on a 'famil'
(see below) that was assisted by the French wholesaler Iles Du Monde, Eden Plus from New Caledonia,
the VTO, and tourism industry. The story was published in early January 2012 on Le Figaro’s
The VTO acknowledges the following for their support and
assistance towards the famil: Air Vanuatu, Atmosphere Tours & Transfers , Iririki Island Resort & Spa, Vanuatu Ecotours, Benjor Beach Club, South Pacific
Cruises, Ratua Private Island, Apex Car Hire, Oyster Island Resort, Paradise Tours, Wrecks to Rainforest, Village
de Santo, Lonnoc Beach Bungalows, Aore Island Resort, Tropicana Lagoon Apartments, Jungle Oasis, White Grass Ocean Resort, Chantillys on the
Bay, and Fatumaru Lodge.
A 'famil' is a low cost or a free trip
provided by travel wholesalers or airlines as means of promoting their services to the travel
Air Vanuatu Pentecost Land
Diving 2012 Package
Air Vanuatu now has a page in the website’s Land Diving tours
section, after releasing this week its Land diving packages for the year 2012 from April to June. For more
information on the packages, email email@example.com. Land diving dates in 2012 are: 07
April,14 April, 21 April, 28 April, 5 May, 12 May, 19 May, 26 May, 02 June, 09 June, 16 June, 30
Land diving or Naghol is the annual ceremony held only on
Vanuatu's Pentecost island to ensure a good crop year. The access to this ceremony is limited, so it's wise to
book in advance.