By Ciaran Warner
Planning a cruise to the island paradise of Vanuatu? Witness the beauty of the tropical island from the air as well as the water with Vanuatu Helicopters.
With several new flights recently announced, this leading tourism aviation company is perfect for travellers arriving in Vanuatu who are keen to do a bit of sightseeing.
Cruise ships such as the Pacific Dawn, Pacific Legend, Voyager of the Seas and the Pacific Jewel will continue to dock in Port Vila, on the island of Efate in Vanuatu, throughout the year, allowing the dozens of visitors to the island from these ships countless opportunities to take advantage of all the adventure and activities Vanuatu has to offer.
“Vanuatu is a spectacular island paradise of pristine tropical islands, active volcanoes, coral reefs and jungle wilderness – and a helicopter is key to unlocking all the amazing beauty this region has to offer,” says Alison Fleming, Group Marketing Manager for Vanuatu Helicopters.
The Mele Cascades, a popular waterfall just outside of town, are a hotspot for nature lovers. Travellers can get up-close and personal, with abseiling available, or take to the skies with one of Vanuatu Helicopter’s scenic flights to get a bird’s eye view of the waterfall that is perfect for photography and filming.
For those interested in learning more about Vanuatu history and culture, the Vanuatu Cultural Centre and the National Museum of Vanuatu welcome travellers with a keen interest in the origins, traditions, art and more of Vanuatu.
And those looking for a thrill can take a heli ride to the Vanuatu Jungle Canyon Zipline, which will take you over this slice of jungle paradise before you whizz through the canyon on a zipline!
“It’s completely safe – you are attached to wire rope the whole time as you make your way over six ziplines some 200 metres long and 80 metres high, plus two suspension bridges to finish at a secret waterfall!” Alison says.
Vanuatu Helicopters can also provide resort transfers from Bauerfield International Airport for those arriving by plane, or collect you from nearby resorts such as Breakas, Iririki and The Havannah, should you wish to drink in the sights of Vanuatu from the sky during your stay! They can also assist with property inspection, medical evacuation, aerial filming, and commercial lifting work.
To book your aerial Vanuatu adventure now, click here!
Phone: 0274 587 724
Contact Vanuatu Helicopters:
Address: Located near the Nambawan Café, on the seawall at the Craft Markets.
Phone: + 678 25022