Find Transport expertise in Vanuatu
Like most islands in the Pacific, there is no rail network in Vanuatu and transport by road is difficult to impossible. There are 1,070km of roads in Vanuatu, 24% of which are paved, but they are mostly located on the island of Efaté. Transport by sea is considerably easier with two main international ports at Port Vila and Luganville that provide services for a number of shipping lines operating out of Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia. Ferries link the islands and there are two international airports, one located at Bauerfield, near Port Vila, and Pekoa on Espíritu Santo; there are some 30 smaller airfields throughout Vanuatu with limited service.
|Transport Infrastructure organisations in Vanuatu|
|Vanuatu Tour Operators Association||