Port Vila is both the capital and the biggest town in Vanuatu, an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. It is an incredible mix of everything you need for a relaxed vacation, discovering a different culture in the South Pacific Ocean.
Holiday visitors who love to shop will find lots to buy. There are duty free shops, as well as venues with inexpensive clothes, souvenir places and trendy boutiques. Go to the daily market to find crafts, fruits, veggies, shells, beads, jewelry, carvings and more. You will even see roadside shops with WWII memorabilia.
Port Vila’s night life includes several clubs and bars to go to, as well as a casino or two to gamble the night away. One of the places to try is Club 21 Limited, which also has slots as well as baccarat and blackjack or the Palms Casino, which has slots and table games, as well as dining and other entertainment.
However, if you are looking for beaches, be aware that the ones in the Port Vila area are mostly all coral types, not the sandy beaches most tourists are interested in. So, if you go to them, be sure to wear shoes.
Port Vila features a tropical season with a dry and a wet season. The month with the most rain is in April and the driest month is in September. The temperature stays about the same all year, with an average high of 24 ºC (75.2 ºF), and an average low of 18 ºC (64.4 ºF). The humidity there is also high all year round. Come in June for the Vanuatu Ocean Swim, a popular event around the island in several places. It gives awards to the best male and female swimmers.
Between June and September you can find several cultural festivals in the area which means there’s particular many fun things to do in port Vila during this time. If you come between April and June, there is the Fanla Arts Festival, as well as the Ambrym Mini Arts Festival and in October, be sure to go to the Fest Napuan Music Festival.
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