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All reviews great cultural experience basket weaving song and dance conch shells traditional dance local culture cultural tour excellent tour well worth the trip visiting port vila fish feast aeroguard insight customs vanuatu mozzies
We have 4 kids ages 2-10 and my wife and I. We are always looking for something we all can enjoy and this did not disappoint. Our guide was so full of great stories and info about his village and culture. I could have spent...More
Wanting to learn about the history of Vanuatu, and immerse ourselves in an authentic cultural experience, we made a visit to Ekasup Village for a 2-hour guided tour by a local villager. It was a short 10 min trip from Port Vila, where we we...More
We visited the Ekasup Cultural Village to increase our knowledge of the Kastom Melanesian culture.
Our tour guide Seefo was a wealth of warm welcome information. The Village is very well set up and maintained. We learned a lot about a number of facets of...More
Vanuatu is home to many cultural village attractions, but few can boast as memorable a welcome as Ekasup. As the haunting tone of the conch shell rings out through the jungle, you could swear you catch movement out of the corner of your eye...
The presentation was interesting and entertaining. Very full coverage of food, medicine, dances, beliefs of the Efate tribe culture. A small craft work stall at the end but no pressure to buy. A must see venue.
An interesting glimpse at local village life with a personalised tour. The guide talks about their traditions and way of life before contact with Europeans. There are demonstrations of food preparation and hunting and weapons, and craft making.
Visiting Ekasup Village was a good way to wrap up a business trip in Vanuatu. The costumes and surroundings give an authentic air to tribal lore and a taste of the local drink, Kava. The men wear grass skirts at night and in the day,...More
We attended the Saturday evening event. We were collected on time from our resort and taken a short trip to the cultural centre. Before being led down through the jungle we were offered Aeroguard (very thoughtful). There are mozzies around. So as not to spoil...More
there were children present at end of tour when we were having drink and fruit ,children serving, and several lollies and small gifts were given to them with questioning glances from children to mums with thanks coming from... More
there were children present at end of tour when we were having drink and fruit ,children serving, and several lollies and small gifts were given to them with questioning glances from children to mums with thanks coming from the mums.