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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...more
Vanuatu | North of Efate Port Vila, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
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Both my partner and I had a fantastic time - I cannot speak highly enough of this trip - the island is absolutely beautiful and the snorkeling is some of the best that I have seen. The guides had a great sense of humor and,...More
We were picked up at our resort and taken to Havana Bay. A short boat ride across the bay landed us on the North end of the Island.
We got off the boat and took a short walk across the island learning about the history...More
Great day out. Picked up on time at our resort, a short ride from town to the drop off place. A 15 minute boat ride across sheltered harbour takes you to Lelepa Island. Walked through the scrub across the island where the guide explained the...More
Busy all day tour which in contradiction was very laid back. This tour is managed by the islanders themselves so they know where to take you. Water is warm and inviting - just need to wear beach shoes, The coral, variety of fish and clear-water...More
We loved this day tour. The locals from Lelepa run the tour which is already a plus. Picking you up from hotel or in our case jetty, a short drive north. Once at departure point, you get on small boats to go across to the...More
We were picked up from our hotel and driven to the banana boats, there welcomed by some locals (this is a local run tour) We then headed to the island after a short walk and informative lesson on local medicine we arrived at the beach...More
We chose this tour not only because it had been recommended and had great reviews, but also mostly because it's run by the locals and proceeds go directly to the village, which needs every cent it can get. We are so glad we did this...More
My family and I thoroughly enjoyed this tour and it was such a lovely way to spend our last full day in Vanuatu.
From start to finish we were so relaxed! The first beach stop-off was idyllic. We snorkeled, swam, kayaked, lazed in the hammocks...More
You will not be disappointed in this tour. It is worth every cent. The snorkelling is absolutely amazing. The best we experienced on Efate Island. Great time relaxing on the beach in the hammocks. Great lunch provided. Village markets excellent. Really good value for money.
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Vanuatu. The snorkelling was great, much more coral than at Hideaway. The guides were informative and funny. The beach was beautiful, lunch was good, and the boat ride around the island was lots of fun!
Thank Danni H
Albert Solomon P, Owner at Lelepa Island Day Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2018
Thank you Danni for your day out with us.
We appreciate your comments and loved your spirit of adventure. Please visit us again.
Response from Judijelly | Reviewed this property |
Probably not the ideal tour for mum if she is not a good slow walker. You do an island walk which is a little uneven and you are hopping in and out of the boat. The views are spectacular and she wouldn't have to snorkel... More
Probably not the ideal tour for mum if she is not a good slow walker. You do an island walk which is a little uneven and you are hopping in and out of the boat. The views are spectacular and she wouldn't have to snorkel could just walk into the water to swim at the main beach/lunch lunch stop. My mum at 80 could have done it as the tour guides are great with helping in and out of the boat. If she took a walking/ hiking stick she would be fine, but you do need to be reasonable agile to do this one. A must do trip when in Port Vila.