Vanuatu is an island country in South Pacific Ocean. I visited Vanuatu for my Easter holidays. And this post is a collection of few pictures from my travel to this beautiful island and my 4 days itinerary.

Day 1:

I arrived at Port Vila after a 3 hours 30 minutes flight from Sydney.

All set to explore a new country #solopassport #travel #travelhappiness #cheapthrills #raksvanuatudiaries

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View of Port Vila from the flight was breathtakingly beautiful.

I stayed at a resort called Hideaway Island Resort. Tip: It is better to arrange a pick up from the airport with the resort itself. I paid extra bucks as I had not booked my pick-up from the airport.

View from my room #travelhappiness #travel #solopassport #expensivethrillsforsure #raksvanuatudiaries

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Day 2:

My day tour for the volcano  was canceled due to the bad weather.

So, I decided to do a scuba diving. The dive was refreshing and amazing. I will write more about my dive in another post.

The blue waters of Vanuatu.. #travelhappiness #solopassport #travel #hideawayisland #raksvanuatudiaries #scubadive

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I posted some postcards for my friends at the underwater working post office. Pretty cool huh!

After my dive, I hired a mini bus and headed to the Turtle Bay. At Turtle Bay, I swam with huge turtles and I had an opportunity to hold baby turtles.

The blue lagoons is a must see and it was one of the most beautiful lagoons I have ever seen.

Day 3:

I started the day with a lazy breakfast and some Easter eggs. Yes, it was Easter 🙂 .

In the afternoon, I had booked a zip lining. The zip lining was awesome. It was made up of 6 zip lines and the longest one was between a canyon. The highest zip line was about 90 m.

The last evening at the island, after the zip lining, was pretty relaxed and I decided to spend the evening by the beach with a book.

Day 4:

I took an early morning flight from Port Vila to Sydney.

Vanuatu will always be close to my heart. The hospitality, the beautiful locations and the friendly people made the trip memorable and enjoyable.

 

© 2016 Raksha Nagaraj All Rights Reserved. Reproduction, or re-transmission, in whole, or  in part, or in any manner, without prior written consent of the author, is in violation of the copyright law.

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