Malampa Province in Vanuatu
includes the islands of Malekula, Ambrym & Paama.
For travellers Malampa offers a unique combination of active volcanoes, guided treks,
and a rich cultural experience of kastom dance and art.
A trip to MALAMPA is a unique cultural experience; a chance to learn about an ancient peoples in Malekula, the Big Nambas, to see traditional dancing and sand drawing in Ambrym, visit Smol Nambas cannibal sites in North Malekula, trek through the jungles and visit untouched waterfalls in South Malekula or the lunar-like ash plains of Central Ambrym.
Journey to MALAMPA for an opportunity to swim with dugongs in Gaspard Bay or snorkel in the turquoise waters of the Maskelyne Islands.
MALAMPA Province gets its name from the islands of Malekula (MAL), Ambrym (AM) and Paama (PA).
The region also includes a number of smaller islands along the coast of Malekula and the uninhabited volcanic island of Lopevi. The islands of MALAMPA are steeped in tradition, culture and history and an ‘untouched’ wilderness.
The province also contains the twin volcanoes of Mt Benbow (1160 m) and Mt Marum (1270 m) on the island of Ambrym or the ‘black magic island’.
The people of MALAMPA province are proud of their cultural heritage and pristine environment, they invite you to come relax, enjoy and learn about the wonders of their home.
Images of Malampa