Cheap Flights to Vanuatu
Flights to Vanuatu
Filipino globetrotters who want to satisy the adventurer in them and quench their thirst for adrenaline rush should include Vanuatu in their travel plans. Where else can travelers watch a volcano spill out lava, sea kayak around sandy shores, hike or bike around lush jungles, and explore underwater World War II artifacts? Simply put, it's perfect for those who want a one of a kind vacation that stands above the rest when it comes to fun, excitement, and everything in between.
However, precautionary measures should be taken by Filipino travelers who want to achieve all-out fun minus the hassle. These include becoming acquainted with essential information about their trip. Some of the most important ones are elaborated below.
Best time to fly over
Vanuatu is a great place to have a vacation all year long because of its alluring tropical climate. On the other hand, it should be noted that weather conditions are at its finest during the months of April to October since during these months, temperatures are comfortable and are at the 18°C to 28°C range. The months of November to March are still great for vacations, but they mark the beginning of the wet season, which can make the temperature a bit warmer and more humid.
Attractions to visit
· Tanna Island
Tanna Island is known across the globe for being the home of the Mount Yasur Volcano, arguably Vanuatu’s most prevalent tourist attraction. It is very accessible and can be reached within an hour from the airport. In addition to a volcano tour, tourists can also swim in underwater caves, snorkel on some of the finest coral reefs in this part of the world, and visit unadulterated waterfalls.
· SS President Coolidge Wreck
One of the biggest dive wrecks across the globe, the President Coolidge was a former US luxury ocean liner, which served as a troopship from December 1941 to October 1942. It sank near the island of Espiritu Santo at the peak of World War II; during that time, all but two personnel were evacuated. However, the ship was not recovered and because of countless years of being in the ocean, it became embedded on a reef, which slipped down to the ocean tunnel. It now lies 70 to 240 feet in the ocean floor and has become a sought after dive sites in Vanuatu. Because the massive size of the SS President Coolidge Wreck, about 10 dives are necessary to explore the mentioned wreck.
· Siri Falls
Formerly called Santa Maria Waterfalls, Siri Falls has a height of 120 meters and located approximately 3 kilometers inland from the eastern region of the island of Gaua. Visitors can traverse the Lake Letas with a canoe and then have a day hike that starts from the east coast. It would be best to book an overnight tour so that the lake as well as Mount Garet are properly.
Flights from the Philippines
Flights from the Philippines to Vanuatu are plenty and for this reason, going there will not be a problem. Passengers can choose from Air Vanuatu, Cathay Pacific, Qantas Airways, Korean Air, Virgin Australia, Fiji Airways, and other reputable travel companies.
Filipino citizens who intend to travel to the country of Vanuatu for less than 30 days do not need to obtain visas, but they need to present their Philippine passports (valid for at least six months) round trip airline tickets, and proof of sufficient funds. On the other hand, those who'll be traveling to the country for education and business purposes should obtain the necessary visas and other paperwork for their trip.
For more information about traveling to Vanuatu, Filipino passport holders are encouraged to contact the Consulate of Vanuatu; its address and contact numbers can be found below.
2181 Paraiso Street
Telephone: (+632) 812-1875 / 893-9078
Fax: (+632) 810-3383.
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