Luxury Expedition Cruises in Vanuatu
and New Zealand
Island Escape Cruises Vanuatu
and New Zealand, South Pacific cruises,
Vanuatu sailing, Vanuatu islands vacations, Vanuatu cruise ships. On board the Island
Passage, you’ll discover the perfectly formed luxury travel experience. The
cruises in New Zealand and Vanuatu are designed to provide the glamour
and exclusivity of luxury private motor-yacht cruising, along with an appealing
dash of soft adventure. Come along and join us.
Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu –
just the name
is enough to put a faraway look in your eye.
Named by Portuguese explorer Pedro Fernandes
de Queirós, this island is the largest in
the archipelago. It has the Vanuatu’s
tallest mountains, the South Pacific’s most
delicious beef and the world’s most
beautiful beach. We’ll show you Santo’s
magnificent eastern coast – an enchanting
interplay of rugged headlands, jungle-edged
coves and perfect coral islands.
and exotically beautiful, Santo has done
much for the mystique of the South Pacific.
It embraces two contrasting tropical worlds:
the western side of the island is wild and
untamed with tall volcanic peaks and thick
jungle, while the eastern side is a gentle
paradise of lush farmland and coral coast.
Santo produces copra, cocoa and coffee. It
is also famous for its premium beef.
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Vanuatu is a tropical paradise around 3
hours from both New Zealand and Australia.
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