Breakas Beach Resort: Breakas Beach Resort, which recently reopened after being damaged by Cyclone Pam, is an adults-only, mid-priced way to spend your holiday by the sand. The resort offers beachfront or garden-view bungalows, each built in a simple, traditional style with ceiling fans, mosquito nets and an open-air bathroom. There's also a pool, a restaurant, and enough deck chairs to keep all your guests occupied.
Snorkelling, Hideaway Island: While it's extremely popular with scuba divers, Vanuatu is also a good place to don a mask and snorkel and observe the underwater world from the surface. At Hideaway Island, a popular snorkelling spot just off the coast of Port Vila, you'll find not only huge schools of reef fish, eels, rays and richly coloured coral, but also an underwater post office box that's actually serviced by Vanuatu Post.
Vanuatu, Vila Bay and Iririki Island: Lend a hand by spending your tourist dollars. Most hotels and tourist activities have now reopened, meaning there's never been a better time to visit this Pacific nation and support it simply by having a good time.