Open top the best way to travel around Vanuatu
Heading off to the wharf with copra sacks, Espiritu Santo.
Bursting with laughter in the tropics Photo by Alcina's Photos — National Geographic Your Shot
Care for some coconuts? Fresh and yummy coco nibbles, island-style, kids get with them when they're out for a swim in the sea.
Local women in Santo.
Cleaning the coconut before selling at the markets, Espiritu Santo.
Returning from the garden with a bundle, north Efate.
A dusky moment along Mele beach, Efate Island.
Just as the sun disappeared.
Alcina Charlie's girls watching the sun go down, Pele Island.
Sunset at Pele Island, north of Efate, Vanuatu
The setting sun penetrates through the jungle as we took a short cut to return home, Efate Island.
Even our local baskets, hand woven, can either look plain or sophisticated in rainbow streaks ; Sold at Port Vila Handicrafts Community market.
Happy children - Tafutuna village, Tanna island, Vanuatu.
Sweet corns and stik-mit (stick meats) Photo by Alcina Charlie — National Geographic Your Shot
Just kidding around. Photos of children of Waisisi Area, Efate Island.
the dolphins are actually seeds! Hand-carved from hard natangora seeds. Sold at Port Vila Handicrafts Community market.