Vanuatu holiday resorts and visitors guide


Vanuatu Day Tours

Explore Vanuatu islands with these 5 day tours

From white-sand beaches to leafy, green jungles, the beautiful and diverse landscapes of Vanuatu's many islands provide travellers and holiday-goers a fantastic range of activities to occupy their time. Day tours are a great way to take in as many new experiences as possible while on your travels.

With so much to offer, from adrenaline-fueled adventures to the discovery of new cultures and traditions, there truly is something for everyone. Consider these day tours when booking your next Vanuatu holiday.

Melanesian man walking on wooden bridge at Cascades

Cascades Waterfall is one of the most popular locations for a Vanuatu day tour, for the whole
family, whether you enjoy walking through the jungle or cooling down in the fall's clear waters.

Explore Vanuatu’s Jungle by Zipline:

Vanuatu’s Jungle Zipline is a day activity adrenaline junkies will love. Soaring above the jungle is an exhilarating experience and will create memories you will never forget. With different zipline options available, varying in height and length, this activity is not only for the adrenaline seekers, it’s an experience everyone can enjoy! Get the heart pumping and witness the jaw-dropping aerial views of Mele Bay and surrounds, with this thrilling day activity.

Explore Vanuatu’s Islands by Safari:

A Round Island Safari day tour is a great way to explore Vanuatu’s Efate island from the ground. With an experienced tour guide to pick you up and guide you through some of Vanuatu’s history, culture and natural wonders, this day activity will provide you with local insight into the country. There is something for everyone to enjoy on this tour as it includes a yummy morning tea and buffet lunch, the opportunity to get your feet wet or have a swim at a beach stop-off and cultural displays.

Explore Vanuatu’s Mele Cascades:

The Mele Cascades, one of Vanuatu’s beautiful natural wonders, are located just outside of the capital, Port Vila. The cascades are series of stunning, clear natural pools that flow over the hillside to create a spectacular 35 metre waterfall. You can swim and climb the cascades and with toilets, change rooms and an on-site cafĂ©, you’ll be provided with everything you need for a full day of fun. Visiting Vanuatu’s Mele Cascades is a must-do activity.

Explore Vanuatu’s Espiritu Santo Blue Holes:

These natural swimming pools, called Blue Holes, are scattered across the East coast of Vanuatu’s Espiritu Santo, and are open to the public to explore. The water of these Blue Holes is filtered through underwater limestone streams which cause the water to become an amazing shade of blue. There are plenty of guided day tours to help you explore these natural wonders and each can cater to your preferred travel style. From swimming, canoeing or horseback riding, there really is something for everyone.

Explore Vanuatu’s local Villages:

Gain real insight into the local customs and culture of Vanuatu by making time for a village tour in Tanna. The Lokalangia Custom Village (Lowinio) Tour will give you the opportunity to view the homes, shared kitchens and communal living spaces of a village and the chance to connect with local villagers and the tribal chief through food and conversation.

A day tour or activity is a great way to explore your travel destination. These activities listed will help you make the most of your time in beautiful Vanuatu and bring you closer to nature and the people of this region.

  Vanuatu Tours and Adventures

Efate Tours
Efate Island Tours

Fishing Charters
Fishing Charters in Vanuatu

Pele Island Tour
Pele Island Tour
ATV Adventures
Vanuatu ATV Adventures
Vanuatu Day Tours
Vanuatu Day Tours

Diving Excursions
Vanuatu Diving Excursions



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