Located on the southernmost point of the Vanuatu archipelago, this little jewel of the South Pacific is completely uninhabited. Formerly used as an Allied forces landing strip during WWII, today only palm trees and sweet seclusion grow from the white sand of Mystery Island. The locals live across the waters on Tanna and visit the island during the day to spread their warmth, culture and wares. It's the perfect spot for couples, beach lovers or anyone looking to lounge in an ocean of beauty and literally get away from it all.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Make sure you take a moment to stop and enjoy the peace and serenity of this tranquil island by spending a day on one of the most beautiful South Pacific beaches. The waters are calm and ideal for swimming. You can also take a quick boat tour around the island – it takes only twenty minutes to travel its circumference. Whatever you choose, leisure's the agenda on one of the world's few deserted islands.
Although people don't permanently reside on Mystery Island, you won't be totally alone. Grab your snorkel gear, dive into the placid turquoise waters and explore the surrounding coral reef teeming with beautiful marine life.
Mystery Island has no official shops, but locals come to the island from Anaton daily to greet guests with local handcrafted goods. Bring home an authentic memento from these talented artisans and, rest assured, no one at home will have anything like it.
The official currency of Mystery Island is the Vatu (VUV). Bring cash, as cards are not accepted on the island.
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