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The Princess Luganville tour cost $80 AUD for a bus to take you down a dirt road to a market, typicallly junk souvenirs (made in China). For another $80 dollars you could be transported to a blue lake. Whoopee! Unless you are turned on by...More
We were on the Sun Princess and due to Cyclone Donna we were diverted to Luganville. My wife and I were there 12 months ago with P&O and did a canoe tour on the Riri River which was fantastic. There wasn't much on offer so...More
Luganville was the last " must" of WWII battleground sites.
Our afternoon tour showing how the Coolidge was sunk by mines, relics of gear left behind by the Americans, was well worthwhile despite gthe heat and humidity. Finally there was a cooling off drink at...More
We experienced three different drivers and tour guides throughout our stay in Santo. These people were all very nice, they were chatty and happy. They all were willing to talk about customs and cultures of different places and were willing to share information about where...More
We had never visited Santo and were keen to visit it. We arrived on 14 August onboard P&O Pacific Dawn and were disappointed from the moment we arrived. The discovery tour cost us AUD$85 per person and was not even worth AUD$25 per person. However,...More
The discovery tour was just OK. Luganville on Esperitu Santo did not exist until the Allied Forces injected 100,000 troops, hospitals, airfields and repair stations ahead of the Japanese advance in WW2. It was spared the ravages of war and when the war ended, was...More
When our cruise ship Celebrity Century recently visited Luganville we were lucky enough to do a blue holes and Luganville sightseeing trip with Marie. Her professionalism, courtesy and knowledge were wonderful. She was very keen to please and nothing was a problem. Thanks Marie and...More
If you are wanting someone to take you to key spots on Santo and provide a vibrant and rich history of the island then look no further than Marie Helene Barthelemy of Santo Discovery Tour. We called upon Marie’s services 4 times on our most...More