The South Pacific nation is the latest country to announce it is reopening to vaccinated travellers
Vanuatu will open its borders to fully-vaccinated international travellers from July 1, 2022 with no quarantine or arrival caps. Travellers can now book flights to the capital, Port Vila, with the country’s national carrier, Air Vanuatu.
Vanuatu Tourism Office CEO Adela Issachar Aru said it was fantastic news for the local tourism industry.
“We’ve kept Vanuatu beautiful, and we’re thrilled to be welcoming back travellers back to our shores come July,” she said. “We’ll be using the next two months to help ready our tourism operators to ensure visitors can safely experience the very best of our islands.
“As the country begins opening up, we’re encouraging Australians to Answer the Call of Vanuatu and put us on their holiday wish lists once again. Incredible experiences await for travellers; whether they want to get off the beaten track and get lost in our untouched wonders of coral reefs and palm trees or have the experience of a lifetime visiting and staying with Ni-Vanuatu people or enjoy the cultural performances, we have so much on offer throughout our 83 islands for every type of traveller.”
Air Vanuatu Chief Executive Officer Atu Finau said flight frequencies and capacity would increase as demand grows.
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