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Cheap flights to Vanuatu

Reasons To Visit Vanuatu

Situated in the southwest Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu is an idyllic island nation offering stunning beaches, awe-inspiring natural landscapes and exciting outdoor opportunities. The capital Port-Vila is an excellent place to start your trip with its busy marketplaces and thriving cafés and restaurants – be sure to check out the Port-Vila markets in the center of the city where you will find all sorts of things for sale. Out in the great wilderness of Vanuatu travelers can experience the breathtaking natural beauty up close on a hiking trip or enjoy some time in the clear blue waters on a boating or snorkeling trip. As with any tropical paradise, there is always the option of laying back on one of its perfect beaches and basking in the sunshine.

Arriving In Vanuatu

The primary international airport in Vanuatu is Bauerfield International Airport which handles a range of regional flights including regular flights to and from Australia, while the country is also served by Santo-Pekoa International Airport. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Vanuatu, there are no carriers available providing direct flights from anywhere in the UAE. However, it is possible to get from the UAE to Vanuatu with only a single stopover in Australia.

Bauerfield International Airport is comprised of two passenger terminals and offers all the essentials you would need when it comes to facilities and amenities. There are a couple of cafés available where you can enjoy a something to eat and drink, while there is also an airport lounge on site where you can wait for your flights in luxury. When your flight has landed in the country there are taxis available just outside of the airport to take you to your destination directly, although you may want to check with your hotel as many in the region provide a shuttle bus service which can be cheaper.

Vanuatu Travel Information

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Vanuatu for every budget

UAE nationals traveling to Vanuatu are entitled to enter the country without a visa for up to 90 days which makes things a lot easier when planning your trip. In Vanuatu the weather is warmest between December and March with average highs of around 31 degrees, although this also coincides with an increased period of rainfall. You may prefer to visit sometime between June and October when temperatures are a little cooler and rainfall is far less frequent. Remember that Vanuatu is seven hours ahead of the UAE, while the currency used in the country is the Vanuatu vatu.

* This information is correct as of January 2018

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