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Island hopping around the remote archipelago of Vanuatu is the best way to experience its unique blend of tribal communities, resorts, beautiful beaches, volcanic topography and unique diving.

Spend your time visiting Efate, Espiritu Santo and Tanna - a remote island where you can climb to the peak of Mt Yasur volcano and dive its colourful walls.

The underwater environment ranges from protected shallow reefs to deeper drop-offs with running currents bringing in the pelagic species. However, it’s the wrecks that draw the divers to this region from the Star of Russia near Port Vila to the the famous President Coolidge lying on the coast of Espiritu Santo – a wreck so big, you’ll need at least 10 dives to start to get an understanding of its magnitude!

Speak with our experts to create your own adventure to these untouched islands. If you have the time, it’s possible to extend the island hopping to other destinations within the region including Fiji and Australia, depending on current flight schedules.

Key info

Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Dates and prices: Please contact us for details.
  • When to go: Jan-Dec
Featured locations:

Espiritu Santo

A 45 minute flight north of the capital, Port Vila, brings you to the largest of Vanuatu’s islands. Blessed with beautiful white sand beaches, lush rainforest, blue holes and crystal clear waters, Espiritu Santo offers some world-class dive sites.

  • Ideal for viewing: giant grouper, dugong, white-tip reef shark
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving

Efate & Port Vila

Port Vila is a delightful waterfront town situated on the main island of Efate. It offers a variety of dive sites and a multitude of marine life, with running currents bringing in large pelagic species. Many of the best dive sites are only minutes away.

  • Ideal for viewing: giant grouper, dugong, white-tip reef shark
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Wreck diving