Mystery Island is located near Tanna Island- the Southernmost point of the Vanuatu archipelago. Officially it’s called Inyeug, but to day-tripper cruise ship passengers, and some hardy adventurers who actually go there for longer holidays in almost Robinson Crusoe fashion, it’s Mystery Island. It’s the perfect spot for couples, beach lovers or anyone looking to lounge in an ocean of beauty and literally get away from it all.
Mystery Island is ringed by a whole number of beautiful white sand beaches. Since it takes just half-an-hour to walk around the whole island, you can take your pick and find your ideal spot. Many passengers choose to stay close to the tender pier and the facilities; others disperse to find a more secluded place. There are lots of shady spots, under tall palm trees, perfect for a relaxing day. Snorkellers will be delighted by the pristine nature of the reefs offshore and it’s possible to see a whole variety of sea life, including barracudas, clown fish, parrot fish, turtles and even seahorses.
Mystery Island is full of surprises and unexpected twists – That’s why they call it Mystery Island! There’s even an airstrip built by US soldiers during WWII. The locals live across the waters on Aneityum Island and visit the island during the day to spread their warmth and culture. The island is just 200m wide and barely a kilometre long, you can take your time wandering around. Start with the stalls of trinkets set up by locals from neighbouring islands.
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