Live The Island Dream On Aore Island Vanuatu
2.5 hours flight from Brisbane Australia. Your private getaway.
Approx 1 acre. Selectively cleared with bananas, pawpaw and flowers
80m beach on a private no thru road. snorkeling, boating, fishing.
World class dive sites.
The block is ready to build your island bungalow. Skilled local labour for building at a reasonable from
locally grown hardwoods.
Fertile ground to grow your own vegetables and fruit and beautiful tropical garden.
10 minutes across Segond Channel to the township of Luganville local organic produce markets, supermarkets, hardwares and Post Office. Hospital and medical services.
Local water taxis available or bring your own boat.
Good internet and phone services available.
People have been buying unseen just with photos and live videos inspections. Says alot for whats happening in the world today.
Many chose holidaying or retreat for family and friends or rent out others times as profitable Airbnb.
Many spectacular places to visit here. Champagne Beach, Port Olry , The blue holes, local villages and cultures.
Vanuatu voted the happiest people on Earth and as of 14 January 2021 still coronavirus free.
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Vanuatu, a Y shaped archipelago of approximately 83 islands is situated in the south- western Pacific Ocean, about 1,750 kilometres east of Australia and 500 kilometres north- east of New Caledonia. The independent Republic of Vanuatu lies between latitude 13° to 23° S and longitude 166° to 172° E and has a total land area is approximately 12,200 square kilometres, the territorial waters cover around 450,000 square kilometres.
The climate varies considerably from tropical to subtropical depending upon exposure to trade winds, elevation and latitude. The northern region of the island chain is more tropical than in the south. The average midday temperature in Port Vila is 29°C in summer and 25°C in winter, while in Luganville, in the north, seasonal temperatures vary between 33°C in summer and 26°C in winter. Maritime influence and tropical south-east trade winds temper throughout the year. The annual average rainfall in variation ranges between 2,350mm in the south to 3,900mm in the north.