Reasons Why Vanuatu Is One of the World’s Most Interesting Island Nations
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The nation of Vanuatu is an archipelago of about 80 islands located in the South Pacific Ocean. This isolated country is just over 1,000 miles to the east of Australia and around 150 miles north of New Zealand, so perhaps it’s no surprise that Vanuatu is one of the least visited countries in the world. Those who do make the trek discover stunning coral reefs, volcanic peaks, tropical beaches, and vibrant local culture. Find out more about this fascinating island nation with these seven facts you probably didn’t know about Vanuatu.