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Mystery Island, Aneityum Island

4.7
#4 of 11 in Nature in Vanuatu
Island Nature / Park
Visit the uninhabited isle of Mystery Island, a charming dot in the sea with white sand and clear, calm waters. Walking around the island only takes about 20 minutes, so it is easy to explore everything in one visit. Do not miss the coral reefs just offshore, where hundreds of tropical fish swim. Although the island holds no official shops, locals often come during the day to sell handcrafted goods. If you plan to eat at this attraction, take your own packed lunch and water. Plan your visit to Mystery Island and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Aneityum Island tourist route planner.
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  • mystery Island has been my favorite stop two cruises running! it is tiny, but now they have built up the infrastructure, the dock is shiny and new and the market has been built up very well. the snork...  more »
  • WOW - we had snorkelled in Vanuatu (different island though) 15 years ago and remember how clear that was - well it must be Vanuatu waters because snorkelling here was stunning! crystal crystal clear ...  more »
  • The Voyager of the Seas dropped anchor near Mystery Island, Vanuatu. Since we had heard there was not a whole lot to do on the island, we avoided fighting the crowd for the early morning tenders. Once...  more »