Santo Discovery Tours and Transfers
Welcome to Santo Discovery Tours and Transfers, your specialized tour and inbound operator in Santo, Vanuatu, south pacific.
Apart from airport transfers we also offer interesting and exciting tours and trips to make your holiday in Santo, Vanuatu worthwhile and memorable:
Nanda Blue Hole is Cool Crystal Blue Water Pool lying amidst the natural green forest. It is a forty five minutes drive from Luganville town to shark bay on the eastern side of santo. The largest island in Vanuatu. The coolness of this unique blue water pool must only be experienced to remember in life. This is for people who want to have an unforgettable experience swimming and cooling down from the tropical temperature in a crystal Blue Water pool with natural green forest surroundings.
Million Dollar Point - Discover where the American Military dumped tonnes of equipment including ammunition, trucks and other army vehicles into the ocean after the war. Forces dumped tonnes of military equipment into the ocean at the end of World War 2. You will be able to see the remains of jeeps and artillery equipment, which have been rusting in this spot for over 50 years.
Japanese Jail - In October 1942 the U.S. cruiser U.S.S. San Juan sunk two Japanese patrol boats and held the surviving crew as prisoners. The prisoners were left with authorities in Luganville but as no facilities existed for prisoners of war, the small jail was built to house them.Euart’s Memorial - In October 1942 the American troop ship, S.S. President Coolidge, hit two American mines in Segond Channel. During the ensuing evacuation, an American army Captain, Elwood J. Euart, heroically saved some of his men from the sinking ship, but unfortunately he drowned during the process. At the end of the war a memorial was erected in remembrance of his brave and selfless actions. Ballaro - During the course of World War II, three bomber airfields were constructed on the island of Espirito Santo. Ballaro is the original Bomber One airfield, which was last used by Queen Elizabeth II during her visit in 1974.BP Wharf - When the Americans first arrived in Luganville in 1942, no facilities existed to support the troops. In fact, Luganville was built by the Americans and wharves were constructed, including BP Wharf – the main wharf that at that time was considerably larger than it is today.
Experience the Culture of Merelava & Gawa Island of Banks in small village only 10 minutes from Luganville town.
You will experience Warrior welcome, Coconuts Demostration Demonstration, Man’s Custome Dance, Woman’s Custome Dance
Water music, Public Dance, Food Preparation, Groupe photo, Stone Kava preparation, Kava tasting, Tour include, Return Transfers, light refreshment and entrance fee. Duration of Tour : 1.30mn