Pele Island is located just 7 kilometres off the north coast of Vanuatu’s main island, Efate. Villages will welcome you with a flower necklace and drink of freshly opened coconuts and give you the chance to see how this modern village operates whilst still maintaining the lifestyle and culture of Vanuatu. The small island has fringed reefs and is an experience on its own whilst you can still make an occasional day trip to the capital city, Port Vila.
See how the island people live, learn about their relaxed lifestyle and have fantastic food prepared for you. Enjoy the beautiful, deserted beaches and the wonderful kind locals of Pele Island. The island offers superb white sand beaches, along with magnificent swimming and snorkelling like being in an aquarium at the spectacular coral reef – so many fish and the water was so clear at the colourful reefs on the Island. This island also is a marine protected conservation area and is home to some of the most magnificent coral formation and marine life.
Pele Island people are born of the sea. In this immense aquatic environment they not only make a living from its abundant waters but also consider its shoreline their marine playground. There were so many different activities that you can do while visiting at Pele. You can stroll along the white sandy beaches of the Island, hike into the centre of the Island, experience the culture and traditions of local villages, enjoy listen to local music and sing, or relax, read and recuperate! It is perfect for the traveller seeking a true island getaway with an unhurried pace as it is relaxingly remote. It is a true Pacific paradise that will tempt you with its breathtaking beauty and tranquillity. It also provides you with a rich variety of reasons to spend your holiday here and leave you with a wonderful holiday memories. Brilliant!
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