Mystery Island, Vanuatu is a little secret gem in the South Pacific and it is pure paradise. Secluded, intimate, tranquil and filled with fun activities for all interests!
Mystery Island and its spectacular clear waters...
The list below includes top activities to experience across this tiny secluded island:
1. Discover the underwater mysteries
A Snorkel Safari is a must do when visiting this piece of haven. Uncover and enjoy the mysteries of the ocean with your own guide or self-guided snorkelling experience. Discover the coral formations, the reef and of course the many marine life that call these waters home.
2. Paddle your way around the Island
Discovering the underwater mysteries...
The Stand Up Paddle Board is one fun and exciting activity to enjoy here. The fun begins with a scenic boat ride across to the local village of Aneityum, where a quick group lesson in stand up paddle boarding is conducted. Then it is take off time as you explore the tropic surrounds on your paddle.
3. Massage under palm trees by the sea.
Time to explore the waters by boat...
No paradise experience is ever complete without indulging and relaxing with a massage! With massages starting at $10. There is a thatched massage hut in the village or you can pick your own spot under palm trees by the sea.
4. Explore the Beach Village Markets
Nothing beats an Island massage!
Meet the friendly and happy locals as your browse through the beach village markets. The markets showcase a range of sarongs, postcards, island trinkets, souvenirs, large open-air braiding hut, food and drink stands.
5. Swim with turtles and sharks
Tasty humans anyone?
Take a tour with the local guides, as you are taken on a scenic boat trip to a cove filled with turtles, sharks, spectacular reef formations and plenty of other marine life. It is $20 per person and for the experience that you get- it is an absolute steal!
Mystery island can only be accessed by cruise ship.
Australian currency is accepted on the Island. Please note that there are no card facilities, so only bring cash.
English is spoken by almost all the locals.
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Mystery Island looks hauntingly beautiful during overcast days...