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Full Day Santo Blue Hole, Champagne Beach, Million Dollar Point & Port Olry Tour
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Full Day Santo Blue Hole, Champagne Beach, Million Dollar Point & Port Olry Tour

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Experience the very best of Santo Vanuatu with the amazing day tour!<br><br>Stop 1: Blue hole<br>Known as one of the most spectacular Blue Holes in Vanuatu, the Nanda Blue Hole, also called Jacquie’s Blue Hole is named after the friendly land owner Jacquie and his family. The family wish to share this amazing wonder of nature with those visiting the island of Santo.<br><br>Stop 2: Champagne Beach<br>Visit one of the world’s great tropical beaches, protected from nearly all weather conditions with almost pure white sand that squeaks beneath the foot, surrounded by jungle.<br><br>Stop 3: Million dollar Point<br>Visit and hear the interesting story behind million dollar point and get the chance to wonder the shores to find pieces of equipment, old circuit boards and wheels and all sorts embedded in the coral and rocks.<br><br>Stop 4: Port Olry<br>Port Olry (a former Francophone town with a population of 1300) is well known for its verdant green hills, crystal clear waters and white sand beaches.
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Carl H wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland, New Zealand10 contributions
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For a pretty ordinary looking beach, the views under the water are what Million dollar point is all about. Aprox 10 to 20 meters from the beach lies the wreckage of old ships, trains, tanks, aircraft. It was quite spectacular to be able to swim down to the open deck of an old landing craft ship. The facilities on shore are a small shop and some benches under lean to’s. It costs $500 vatu to visit, and aprox $1000 Vatu by taxi from Luganville
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tamara Peters wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle, Australia28 contributions43 helpful votes
A local driver took us to Million Dollar point and we snorkelled straight off the beach. The fish and coral are well established and although there is no clear separate wreck some of the equipment can still be recognised. Only a short distance from where the cruise ship docked and definitely worth it.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Epic Scuba wrote a review Jan 2020
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I only did 1 Dive here and for me honestly that was enough but I would of done a night Dive there if I had enough time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chris B wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom61 contributions42 helpful votes
It has been voted the most beautiful beach in the world . It is unspoilt and one should make it a must .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Travelling Ones wrote a review Jan 2020
Australia139 contributions62 helpful votes
Definitely have to get in the water to see the scope of this. Unfortunately both times we went it was high tide and wind was blowing right onshore. Good idea to have reef shoes. Water rough and visibility not that clear in the windy conditions so we got blown around...but amazing to see the old equipment covered in pretty corals. Cafe was not open either time that we went nor is there a shower - just a tap. 500 Vatu each. Friendly locals under the nearby banyan tree in the park, which is also amazing.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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