Perhaps best known as the inspiration for James A. Michener's classic "Tales of the South Pacific", Espiritu Santo is an “away from the masses” experience so you can take the opportunity to do as little or as much as you need to in this unrushed region of Vanuatu. It is truly one of the few places left where you can be on a beach alone if you wish, dive or snorkel with a thousand colourful fish, explore tribal and ritualistic cultural sites and follow it up with dinner on a jetty overlooking the South Pacific, all in the same day.
For travellers, the beauty of Santo is unmatched. Stunning jewel-like islands lay just a few hundred metres from coconut fringed beaches lined with powdery white sand. Amazing blue water swimming holes are connected by underground caverns and majestic mountains stretching from one end of the island to the other. Awesome ravines shrouded in magnificent tropical rainforest are home to jungle birds and beautiful orchids.