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Ekasup Village

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Ekasup Village

393 Reviews
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Vanuatu Full Day Cultural Village and Blue Lagoon Tour
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Vanuatu Full Day Cultural Village and Blue Lagoon Tour

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This small-group tour is ideal if you’re seeking a scenic and cultural excursion on Vanuatu when your ship docks in Port Vila. Forget researching the sights or haggling with drivers, and enjoy a pre-arranged itinerary covering Vanuatu’s highlights. See Port Vila, visit a cultural village to experience local traditions, snorkel with turtles at a beach, swim in a natural lagoon, shop for duty-free bargains, and browse a local market.
USD 85.00 per adult
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Joanne wrote a review Mar 2020
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The guide was very knowledgeable of he history and culture. I would recommend this as a good place to visit. Child friendly.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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shanem45 wrote a review Jan 2020
Toowoomba, Australia222 contributions52 helpful votes
Had a great time at Ekasup Village. I have been to Port Vila many times but had never been here as I was expecting the usual tacky tourist trap type of place. However, my wife and I were here this time with her parents and we thought that they would enjoy it so we took them never expecting to enjoy it ourselves. However, we were pleasantly surprised. Our tour guide, C4 (not spelt correctly but he did say it was pronounced like the explosive :-) ) was fantastic. A great command of the English language and a very funny speaker. He made the visit very enjoyable. More than that though, while the village itself is an actual 500 strong village with modern facilities like a church and a school etc. the area where they do the tour is set out in the style of before European arrival and some of the villagers dress up and act out the life of a villager in those times. For example, they ambushed us from the jungle with traditional weapons before the chief welcomes us into the village and we then learnt about traditional hunting, cooking and handicraft as well as general village life. It certainly was well worth the price of admission. We learnt a bit and had fun doing it. Would take others there again who hadn’t been to Vanuatu before as a great way to learn about their culture.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Diddy25 wrote a review Dec 2019
Melbourne, Australia610 contributions49 helpful votes
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After reading review on Ekasup Village, we decided to visit. Upon arrival we were greeted by a young man blowing the shell horn. The we were taken through a little rainforest to an amphitheater where we met our tour guide. He took us on the tour of his village and explained the way of living, fishing, local medicines etc.. They also performed a couple of dong using their local made musical instruments which consists of glass bottles, bamboo, a box with a stick with a string attached. Was very impressive. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny. After the tour, we were offered some refreshments including juice and some fresh fruits. You can also buy some Souvenirs on your way out, handicrafts made by the locals. I highly recommend that visitors to Vanuatu, to pay a visit to Ekasup Village.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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fattytwins wrote a review Oct 2019
Mackay, Australia20 contributions1 helpful vote
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Fantastic evening watching learning and engaging in dance and village experiences with its own people no only dance but also try Karva and island food .titally fantastic for all young and old we love it
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Date of experience: September 2019
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John wrote a review Sep 2019
Alawoona16 contributions
Were picked up from our accomodation and taken to Ekasup village and given a great insight into local customs, rituals, cooking, hunting, medicines and crafts. Its well done, and well worth the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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