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All reviews rope swing swimming hole beautiful spot change rooms eton beach beautiful swimming great fun port vila crystal clear water few hours picnic lunch jump off small entry fee local kids kids and adults all ages cool off
Amazingly blue water in a tropical setting! Wonderful place to relax during a full day tour. Plenty of vantage points to watch the frolickers or swing from the rope and dive in. Recommended for any age group. A must see when in Vanuatu!
This was a great spot to soak up the sun on a warm October day, a great place for all the family to enjoy whether just swimming, sitting around the edge of the water or swinging in from a rope well worth the visit.
Truly a beautiful place in paradise. A picture perfect postcard. Clean and picturesque. Recommend highly for the young and fit with Tarzan ropes to swing into the beautiful blue water 💧 throughly beautiful place.
This place is incredible the water is like nothing we’ve ever seen before it is so blue and crystal clear to the bottom. Swimming in such beautiful surroundings is so relaxing but we still couldn’t resist the tree rope swing which was sooo much fun!
Blue is not the word that describes this location, Gold would be mine. The water was a gorgeous bright blue and probably a balmy 25 degrees. The opportunity to tarzan swing into the lagoon is a must, no matter how goofey you look. The $12.80...More
Worth the trip to visit with rope swinging and beautiful coloured water. It is very tourist orientated though and very busy in school holiday times (we were there during Aust school holidays in September). Fun for big and little kids with plenty of spots to...More
Reasonable entry fee of 1000VT. It is as blue as they say, not too cold and parts are shallow enough to stand up in. Two rope swings if you’re brave enough and a few platforms to jump off! Plenty of places to sit and hang...More
Hire a taxi. The taxi drivers are very knowledgable and will drive you straight there. Negotiate a price, first. If there is a bus and you have a group, do that. A bus can hold up to 14 people. The Blue Lagoon is amazing.