Vanuatu is a tropical paradise, it has islands galore, a unique coastline with fantastic harbours, rainforests and coconut plantations in abundance. On top of this, some of the worlds most striking natural occurrences are ever present. Live volcanoes, spectacular coral reefs, idyllic islands, unique wildlife and amazing sunsets await you.
However, the Ni-Vanuatan people are truly what makes Vanuatu different and have been called the happiest culture on earth. They have a unique sense of ‘being’, they know who they are and are proud of their heritage and culture, and are only too happy to share this with travellers.
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Vanuatu Traveller | Social Responsibility and Helping Ni-Vanuatuan Communities.
VanuatuTraveller is a part of, and promotes the ‘kastom’ and traditions of Ni-Vanuatuan society. We take social responsibility seriously and are a part of an informal movement to help alleviate calamities that increasingly are befalling the Pacific region. VanuatuTraveller is committed to contributing to responsible and sustainable travel that supports and enriches local Ni-Vanuatuan communities.
This Blog Category devotes itself to extraordinary natural events which have, and continue to devastate the developing country of Vanuatu, along with actions that are being taken, often by private individuals to increase the resilience of communities.
Events have highlighted the fragility of societies in Vanuatu affected by the calamitous actions of mother nature. There is a need to install more robust housing within communities. This Blog features progress of the prototype ‘Rehome Vanuatu’ building.
Provides information in regard to the prototype ‘ReHome Vanuatu’ building whose predominant attribute is to provide reliable shelter under strong cyclonic conditions, on remote islands, despite being positioned on exposed coastal locations.
A lack of food security has put the spotlight on existing food systems, which have been slow to recover. This Blog devotes itself to new initiatives, along with community efforts to bring greater awareness to traditional food.
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