Malampa Province in Vanuatu
includes the islands of Malekula, Ambrym & Paama.
For travellers Malampa offers a unique combination of active volcanoes and guided treks,
and a rich cultural experience of kastom dance and art.
On Malekula you'll be enthralled by some of the best custom dances you'll ever see. It's the second largest island in the Vanuatu archipelago, has a population of 20,000 and over 30 different languages representing the many cultural groups.
Art of Malekula is some of the finest in Vanuatu; sand drawing, tall head dresses, puppet figures, masks and custom dances.
There are many local bungalows to stay at on Malekula, as well as guided treks (including the famous Manbush Trail) and visits to cultural dances and villages.
Click here to visit our Malekula website
Ambrym is known for its awesome twin volcanoes and beautiful carvings in wood, stone and tree fern. Mt Marum and Mt Benbow are both active volcanoes.
Ambrym is also known for its sorcery and powerful magic, tamtams and Rom dances.
There are many accommodation options in local-style bungalows, and guided tours across the ash plain to see the volcanoes.
Paama is the smallest of Malampa Province's islands, rarely visited by tourists.
Click here to visit our Ambrym website