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Flights to Malekula Island

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Malekula Island is the second-largest island in Vanuatu, a nation in the South Pacific. It's known for its cultural diversity, with over 30 languages spoken on the island. Visitors can experience traditional customs like the Rambu Nassorar, a fertility dance performed by men dressed in elaborate costumes. Malekula is also a great place for adventure travel, with plenty of opportunities for hiking, diving, and exploring waterfalls. The island is home to some of Vanuatu's best custom dances, and Lakatoro is the main town where you'll find most services.

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Airports near Malekula Island

There are multiple ways to reach Malekula Island - here are 4 airports you can use to get to Malekula Island.

Bauerfield International Airport

This is the main international airport in Vanuatu and is located on the island of Efate. It is approximately 200 kilometres away from Malekula Island. You would need to take a connecting flight or ferry from Port Vila to reach Malekula Island.


Santo-Pekoa International Airport

Located on the island of Espiritu Santo, this airport is approximately 250 kilometres away from Malekula Island. Similar to Bauerfield International Airport, you would need to take a connecting flight or ferry to reach Malekula Island.


Tanna Airport

Tanna Island is another popular destination in Vanuatu, known for its active volcano, Mount Yasur. Tanna Airport is approximately 300 kilometres away from Malekula Island. You would need to take a connecting flight or ferry to reach Malekula Island.


Norsup Airport

Norsup Airport is located on the island of Malekula itself, making it the closest airport to Malekula Island. However, please note that it is a domestic airport and may have limited flight options. You may need to take a connecting flight from Bauerfield International Airport or Santo-Pekoa International Airport to reach Norsup Airport.

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Things to do in Malekula Island

With a wealth of sights to see in Malekula Island, here are our top 3:

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Dogs Head Peninsula

This remote peninsula is known for its outstanding natural beauty, with rugged coastlines, hidden coves, and thick rainforests. Visitors can go trekking through the jungle, swim in crystal-clear waterfalls, and spot unique birdlife. The area is also culturally significant, as it is home to traditional villages where visitors can learn about the local way of life and participate in ceremonies.

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Millenium Cave

This enormous limestone cave is one of the largest in the South Pacific. Visitors can take a guided tour through the cave, which is home to a variety of stalactites, stalagmites, and other incredible natural formations. The cave is also considered sacred by the local people and is said to be the resting place of ancestral spirits.

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Small Nambas Village

This village is known for its traditional way of life and its practice of Tam Tam, a form of music that is played on large slit drums. Visitors can watch a Tam Tam performance, learn about the history of this tradition, and even try their hand at playing the drums themselves.

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