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My husband and I were picked up by Evergreen tours...for a day trip to Pele Island. The Evergreen van was a bit cramped which was uncomfortable for a long time after all our hotel pick ups along the way to catch the small boat across...More
I stayed at Senababa beach bungalow for 4 days and was warmly welcomed by the owners Frank and Eileen. The bungalow is comfortable and a minute from the beach. Eileen prepared me 3 meals a day and I can say that I was never hungry...More
My husband and I we on a trip with JOHN Authentic Tours and loved every minute.We started at the markets and JOHN told us so much about the country and it’s culture.Snorkling, seeing dolphins and a turtles who could ask for more.We visited a village...More
Bus ripped me of extra 300 boat duds wanted 2000 to there price should be 500
Boat was rubbish kid creamed their guts out dogs bark all the time
Rosters did there thing all night no running water
No reef was wrecked with last cyclone...More
What a beautiful experience!
If you are looking for an authentic, rustic day of snorkelling and experiencing the culture of a small Island run by extended family - this is a must do!
We were picked up from our resort by John - a delightfully...More
Pele island is not far from Vila and definitely worth a visit to get the feel for the fast disappearing island lifestyle where the pace of life is relaxed, slow and people focused. You can snorkel off the beach, wander along the shoreline or chat...More
I lovely little island where all the locals are happy to see you and interact with you. I stayed on pele island for 2 nights at a place called Enoch Bungalows where you pay 3500Vatu per person and have your accom and all meals. The...More
Spending the day at Pele Island was absolutely INCREDIBLE! The water was crystal clear blue and absolutely beautiful. We went in a little boat out in the very deep water around 70m deep. There were stingrays at the very bottom and the coral and fish...More
We did this yesterday- our hotel booked Johns Authentic Tour company for us at really short notice. There isn't a shop/restaurant on the island (or at least not one we saw), so take your lunch with you - John was happy... More
We did this yesterday- our hotel booked Johns Authentic Tour company for us at really short notice. There isn't a shop/restaurant on the island (or at least not one we saw), so take your lunch with you - John was happy to stop at the local supermarket for us to stock up on supplies (we ate chicken & chips on the way + beer) and he bought us some bread to feed the fish. 6000VT for the drive, 5000vt for the banana boat - not exactly cheap (nothing is on Vanuatu), but can definitely be done. Great island for isolation (don't think we even saw another tourist) but the snorkeling spot we went to wasn't the best (just off the beach).
Hope that helps - Happy travels!!