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Lelepa Island Day Tour

P o Box 902 Port Vila Vanuatu | North of Efate Port Vila, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
+678 774 2714
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Lelepa island relaxing day

Great time on this trip. Spend time snorkelling on the island before lunch, then walked inside... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Annettedance
Quite a good day out discovering how the people live here.

It would have been fine if the driver at pick-up at our hotel was more couteous and helped with a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
brianfog01
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Sydney, Australia
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We operate a day trip to Lelepa Island. We pick up our guest from their resort in Port Vila and we drive 30 minutes to Havana Harbor, then board our boats ride for 15 minutes to Lelepa Island. We provide snorkeling on our marine conservation, visit World war 2 relics, visit historical cave, relax on our beautiful beach, meet our local people and see how we live on the islands, and enjoy a delicious beach BBQ lunch. We pick you up from your resort from 8:00am and we return at 4:30 - 5:00pm. We operate everyday except Saturday.Cruise ship passengers are welcomed too. We arrange special timing for you if your ship is leaving at 5:00pm.
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P o Box 902 Port Vila Vanuatu | North of Efate Port Vila, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
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+678 774 2714

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great time on this trip. Spend time snorkelling on the island before lunch, then walked inside caves with the best part yet to come. We snorkelled with fish again and they fed the fish, there were quite a few varieties of fish and live coral....More

1  Thank Annettedance
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It would have been fine if the driver at pick-up at our hotel was more couteous and helped with a welcome intro and a bit of a description of where we were going and we are here and there. Was he annoyed that he was...More

Thank brianfog01
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This trip does everything it says on the brochure. We had a really enjoyable day with a knowledgeable guide. The lunch was plentiful and well cooked and there was plenty of time to enjoy the various activities without feeling rushed. If we get the chance...More

Thank TheFlyingFox16
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Would highly recommend this tour. We Were treated to a beautiful lunch on a quiet, pristine island with crystal clear, warm water. The coral reefs were teeming with an amazing array of tropical reef fish. We were then taken to the second swimming location- A...More

Thank Dani K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went with friends on a spur of the moment adventure recommended by our hotel for my birthday. I didn't know what to expect. If you are looking for great spots to snorkel then this is the tour for you. They show you the importance...More

Thank becbeccbobec
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did this this tour based on reviews and recommendations and we were disappointed with the day overall. The walk through the bush was average and the guide didn't make it at all interesting. When we got to the beach to snorkel and have lunch...More

1  Thank Kirsty R
Reviewed 18 June 2017

This is a good day out, and suitable for everyone. The tour van collects you from your accommodation and takes you back, and in between you visit the island via "banana boat"- where there is a walk on a well-formed path with some of the...More

1  Thank travel4eva2015
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Well organised tour. Tour start with bush walk then relax on the beach so you can snorkelling on you own, kayaking or just lay down on the beach. Lunch wan delicious and fresh. After that they take you to the cave then drop you again...More

1  Thank Happy0il
Reviewed 13 June 2017

we went to Lelepa a week after cyclone Pam. Vanuatu is relying very much on tourism and it was just amazing to see how people make all the effort in the world to please you just a week after being hit by one of the...More

1  Thank Elodie D
Reviewed 10 June 2017

One of the safest spots to snorkel, we loved it. The water is warm so you can stay in longer, no rushing on this tour. Perfect balance of sight seeing and relaxing in the water or in a hammock. Loved the whole day. Would have...More

1  Thank Janemariezzz
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steffimia
9 December 2016|
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Response from melk1975 | Reviewed this property |
I seem to remember the tour operator said he does tours almost everyday of the year. Very easy to book tours from accomodation and sometimes cheaper to call direct yourself and book. There are brochures everywhere around... More
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Virginia H
2 December 2016|
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Response from lyneec | Reviewed this property |
Yes you could do this tour from a cruise ship, it would take most of your port time but I would say well worth it.
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eagleman16
21 September 2016|
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Response from Fiona M | Reviewed this property |
If you are wanting to visit Lelepa Island for the sole purpose of seeing where the film crews toiled for hours and participants threw tantrums and ate bugs, then you'll be disappointed. Lelepa is an inhabited island with a... More
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