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Scuba diving in Vanuatu

Hiding out in Melanesia, Vanuatu boasts gorgeous vistas and titillating scuba diving. Soft beaches and clear water are the norm for this hospitable island refuge.
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Diving in Vanuatu

Quick facts

Prepare yourself for warm, pleasant waters, where sea fans wave and wildlife frolics. The diving here is otherworldly, and Vanuatu is a paradise unlike any other. There are plenty of reefs that host an abundance of marine life, as well as so much more.

Don’t miss out on the awesome wrecks scattered along the shoreline. Grab your wreck diving certification if you don’t already have it, as you won’t want to miss out on these beauties. The SS President Coolidge is a great spot for your first (or five hundredth) wreck dive. You can dive here at night, too, which is an added bonus. Unfortunately tourism is taking its toll in this wreck, so do your part to help preserve it! Please don’t take fragments of coral or the ship. These things can never be returned.

When to go

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What to see

Some whimsically vibrant corals can be seen around Vanuatu, with a healthy population of marine life buzzing about. Rays, eels, and octopi hide out near the coral heads. A little farther out you can probably spot huge barracuda and bigeye tuna making their rounds, gleaming in the filtered sunlight.

Near the shoreline the elusive dugong can be found. These manatee-like creatures are gentle and quiet, beautiful to behold.


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