Being a frequent visitor to Port Olry, it is always breathtaking - I prefer it to Champagne Beach - now with several small local places to eat, it is the perfect way to spend a day. Go for a walk to the spit, swim in the warm, pristine water, enjoy a freshly caught lobster for lunch - what could be... 更多
1st thing... There are men on the road to Port Olry who demand money for entry. IF your taxi or tour operator tells you you need to pay them this is NOT true... It is not their land (Champagne Beach is however so don't get the 2 confused.) Wonderful beach. We went there on a perfect day and watched the... 更多
Located at the north end of the East Coast Road, Port Olry is a great place to have lunch, a swim, and relax before returning to Luganville via Champagne Beach. Travellers need to be aware of some landowners along the Coast Road running "checkpoints" where they will demand money....usually around 1000vt (around AU$10). Unfortunately this is often their only source... 更多
WARNINGS and RECOMMENDATIONS, please read below: I debated giving this 3 stars based on our experience which I've detailed below but Port Olry itself is a really stunning and is in beautiful location. The beach is really amazing, stereotypical South Pacific- white sand, crystal blue water: one of the best beaches in Vanuatu and if you have a chance, walk... 更多
We ate a fantastic meal here, and the beach is stunning. It's really quiet and peaceful. There were also some bungalows which you can apparently rent for just 7000 vatu per night. We hired a taxi for the day who took us here, his name was Giovanni and was super nice- his number is 7106124 highly recommend him, he took... 更多
Port Olry was the most amazing surprise when we arrived. Azure Blue water lapping the fine coral sand beach with stunning views to the close by islands. Great little dining options available with fresh, cook and made while you wait, but who cares how long you have to wait in this place.