- Vanuatu invented bungee jumping.
- The Yaohnanen tribe on Tanna island, one of the islands, have worshipped Prince Philip since the 1950s or 1960s, his status being strengthened after his visit to the island with The Queen in 1974. He has sent them signed photographs of himself. A reporter once visited the tribe and wrote: ‘A signed portrait of Prince Philip is an incongruous sight in a South Pacific jungle.’
- Lap-lap is considered by many the national dish of Vanuatu. It is baked in banana leaves.
2.1 miles / 3.4 kilometres
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Points of Interest
Museum & Galleries
1 - Vanuatu National Museum
The Vanuatu National Museum was founded in 1959. Here is where you can understand different aspects of Vanuatu’s culture and heritage. Inside the collection, a ...
Heritage & Monuments
2 - Vila Market
Vanuatu’s iconic Vila Market is open 24 hours, Monday to Saturday. Here is a great opportunity to speak to the friendly locals. Each stall sells ...
Places of Worship
3 - Cathédrale du Sacré-Cœur
The Cathédrale du Sacré-Cœur is a modern Roman Catholic cathedral in Vanuatu. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Port-Vila. Cathédrale du ...
Parks & Open Spaces
4 - Independence Park
Independence Park is a large recreational space for locals and tourists to relax and take part in activities, owned by the Vanuatu Cricket Association. Within ...
Landmark & Views
5 - Parliament House
Parliament House in Port Vila was established at the time of the 1980 constitution when Vanuatu declared independence from France and the UK. Vanuatu’s form ...