Plan Your Port Vila, Vanuatu Getaway

Port Vila, Vanuatu is a short flight from Australia and New Zealand and flights from all over the globe lead here, so start your planning today and come discover Vanuatu. 

Port Vila, Vanuatu is our nation's capital and situated on the main island of Efate. "Vila" as it's affectionally known sits at the edge of magnificent natural Harbour filled with sea life and coral. As you gaze over Port Vila Harbour you will see yachts and boats swaying at anchor, banana boats whizzing and fishing boats heading in and out from an adventure at sea. 

Vila is wonderfully laid back and relaxed, so pack your flip flops and board shorts and get ready to enjoy island time. An island filled with gorgeous beaches, waterfall adventures, village culture and markets galore,  you can experience all Vanuatu has to offer in Vila and plan island hopping to discover more of Vanuatu. 

As you start your planning, first you must choose when to visit Port Vila, Vanuatu. Guess can't go wrong as the weather is beautiful year around with average temperature 27-22C. 

Next you must choose a flight, as our small island nation has specific flights and schedules to ensure all travelers access to Vanuatu from various countries. Depending on your starting point, you will have flight choices with one or more of the following: 

- Air Vanuatu:

- Virgin Australia:

- Qantas:

- Fiji Airways:

- Aircalin:

- Air Niugini:


Step 1: Pick your dates and Book Onyx Luxury Resort Residences for your accommodations in Port Vila, Vanuatu -

Step 2: Book Your Flight

Step 3: Don't Forget Travel Insurance 

         Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, cancellations and more. Make sure your travel insurance covers Vanuatu and has medevac coverage, in case of a major medical issue and you need to be flown out. 

Step 4: Check to Find Out If You Need a Travel Visa

         Travel visa requirements for Vanuatu vary based on length of stay and country of origin. Check based on your specific travel details with your Embassy. General information can be found at

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