Ekasup Village

Ekasup Village is only around 10 minutes from Port Vila and set in the heart of the Erakor Rain Forest, where you’ll be welcomed by the Chief at the village entrance, complete with native costumes. It is the perfect introduction to the culture and traditions of the Melanesian people which have been passed on for centuries in Vanuatu.

Watch and marvel at the ceremonies, taste traditionally cooked food and find out how they caught it. And discover what Ekasup Villagers value and how they preserve or prepare their food on a daily basis with no electricity. Experience also the ancient culture and customs of Melanesian with a unique insight into the village ancestor’s way of life and the traditional ways in which they use native herbs for medicine, weave mats, make hunting traps and prepare and preserve food with herbs and for roasting.

Ekasup Village has been awarded Vanuatu’s best tourist attraction for two consecutive years. Enter the magical and mysterious world of ancient Melanesia. On arriving at Ekasup, there is a short 5 minute walk through the tropical forest to Ekasup Cultural Village. The Ekasup Villagers in traditional dress provide an insight into the cultural system and ancestral way of life. The catch of the day is of paramount importance here. Watch the women weave decorative and practical baskets, mats and hats. Learn about the trapping of game and find out how the indigenous people carry their catch home. Enjoy some music, a performance by the Futuna Island Youth Music Group. You’ll have a chance to purchase local crafts, and don’t miss the opportunity to capture images of the chief and his warriors armed with clubs, spears, bows and arrows. The natives were very friendly and charming. A wonderful tour well worth taking!

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Ekasup Village is only around 10 minutes from Port Vila and set in the heart of the Erakor Rain Forest, where you’ll be welcomed by the Chief at the village entrance, complete with native costumes. It is the perfect introduction to the culture and traditions of the Melanesian people which have been passed on for […]

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