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Communications

Payphones are scattered randomly about town, including one at the Post Office and several at Telecom Vanuatu Ltd.(TVL). Phone cards can be purchased at the post office, from TVL, and from some of the downtown stores.

Mobile phone service is available from TVL and Digicel and cover the main towns.

There is a public phone next to the Aore Island Resort office and you can buy phone cards from the office. Also available here is a fax service and internet between 1100-1300 and 1600-1900 every day.

The Beachfront Resort has a 2 public phones, plus phone cards for sale, also Wi-Fi internet and fax facilities from 0700-1700 every day. Mail can also be held for visiting boats. Remember to mark any package with parts inside "For yacht in transit" to help avoid duty.

The Oyster Island Resort has WiFi.

The local DHL agent is near the Westpac bank. They can arrange for international packages into or out of Luganville.

Aore Art Café
Waterfront - in front of the immigration building
Tel:+ 678 731 0370
New 2017. Dinghy landing, laundry, water, print id pictures, free Wi-Fi, food and drinks.
DHL
Luganville town
Tel:77 92 520

Banks

Four banks operate daily on weekdays in Luganville: Westpac, ANZ, Bred Bank and the National Bank of Vanuatu. There are 5 ATM’s in town and one more at the airport. Most resorts will exchange the major foreign currencies.

Laundry

There are no commercial laundries in Luganville.

The Beachfront Resort has a laundry service for 1500 vt per load, with ample space for you to sun dry or 700 vt to machine dry.

The Aore Resort provides laundry services (2000Vt/load, sun dried and folded or extra 500Vt for machine dry).

The Oyster Island Resort also has a laundry.

Aore Art Café
Waterfront - in front of the immigration building
Tel:+ 678 731 0370
New 2017. Dinghy landing, laundry, water, print id pictures, free Wi-Fi, food and drinks.

Provisions

Provisioning is good from the local supermarkets and the fresh produce market. There are many shops along Luganville's main street offering basic provisions. The two largest are LCM and Wong Sze Store. LCM can arrange delivery for larger purchases.

There are excellent butchers in town and fresh beef is extremely inexpensive. The Butcher across from the vegetable market can vacuum pack meats to order.

Transport & Travel

Air Vanuatu has an office in Luganville.

Public buses and taxis are available to most popular locations, fares can be negotiated, ask reliable locals for going rates and agree on price ahead.

It is also possible to rent a car but you might be better off going on the various tours offered by local tour companies (as they include custom land owners permissions and fees). The new east coast road is now sealed for 60 kms north to south.

Computer/Photo/Video

Many resorts and cafes offer Internet services at this time. Most with Wi-Fi.

Digital photo processing is available at Luganville Stationery in the main street, next to the ANZ Bank.

Medical/Health

There is one hospital in Luganville.

Two pharmacies in town offer basic non-prescription and prescription drugs, although doctor's prescriptions are not always needed for certain medications (such as anti-malarial drugs).

Promedical Vanuatu
Stations in Port Vila and Luganville
Tel:+678 26996 during office hours / +678 25566 - for emergencies 24/7
International standard ambulance service with stations in Port Vila and Luganville. Paramedics qualified to Australian standards and are fully equipped to handle most problems. Able to assist in remote areas and can organise maritime rescue services. Charges apply. Evacuation to Australia, NZ or New Caledonia can cost between $5,000 and $70,000 AUD. Payment up front.

Accommodation

Many choices, check with ESTA website: www.espiritusantotourism.com

Aore Island Resort
Across Segond Channel from Luganville
Tel:+678 36444 Fax:+678 36703 ,VHF Channel 68
One or two moorings for visiting yachts at 15°32.269 S, 167° 10.790 E. Be sure to check first for quality of mooring (see comments below). Water here is very deep for anchoring (28 meters). Services for visiting yachts now limited. The resort welcomes visiting yachts as long as their presence does not interfere with the resort guests. Free cold-water showers; also hot showers for a charge. Internet.There is a ferry service across to Luganville at 250VT pp return.
Beachfront Resort
1.6km West of Luganville
Tel:+678 36911 Fax:+678 36882 ,VHF Channel 16
The Beachfront Resort offers a safe anchorage in the Segond Channel, 5 minutes from town, with excellent holding. Can be choppy in strong trades. Facilities include showers, laundry, swimming pool, fresh water FOC, book swap and rubbish disposal. Cruisers are welcome..
Oyster Island Resort
Eastern side of Espiritu Santo
Tel:+678-36283 Fax:+678-37044 ,VHF Channel 8
Cruiser friendly. Markers lead into protected anchorage. Bar, food, accommodation, Wi-Fi, laundry, provisioning close by.

Activities

Scuba diving on reefs, at Million Dollar Point and on the SS Coolidge can be arranged by any of the 2 local dive operators: Allan Power Dive Tours and Santo Island Diving and Fishing. They will pick you up at the Beachfront Resort and some offer special cruiser's discounts.

Don't miss the exhilarating Millenium Cave Adventure Tours offered through local tour operators . If you are fit, you will enjoy the jungle hike, some scrambling and walking in the river through the cave (lights provided), and tubing down river in the deep gorge.

Allan Power Dive Tours
PO Box 233, Santo, Vanuatu
Tel:+678 36822 ,VHF Channel 77
Diving services.
Santo Island Dive and Fishing
P.O. Box 252, Luganville , Espiritu Santo
Tel:+678 58080 Fax:+678 58082

Shopping

The numerous stores along Luganville's main street all look basically the same from the storefronts, but every one sells different items and the curious shopper will be likely to find interesting items. The Women's Handicraft Center, near the fresh produce market, sells carvings, baskets, and other handicrafts from Santo and Vanuatu's other islands.

Restaurants & Bars

Several restaurants in town and in Resorts around Santo, offer good meals.

Aore Art Café
Waterfront - in front of the immigration building
Tel:+ 678 731 0370
New 2017. Dinghy landing, laundry, water, print id pictures, free Wi-Fi, food and drinks.
Club de Sanma
Rue Higginson (main street) , downtown Luganville
Tel:+678 36039
Coral Quays Resort
San Michelle
Tel:+678 36257
Deco Stop Lodge
On the hill overlooking the harbour
Tel:+678 36175
Hotel Santo
Rue Higginson (main street) , downtown Luganville
Tel:+678 36250
Natangora Cafe
Rue Higginson (main street) , downtown Luganville
Tel:+678 36811
Ocean King
Rue Higginson (main street) , Downtown Luganville
Tel:+678 36 929
Resturant le Jardin des Savours
Rue Higginson (main street) , downtown Luganville
Tel:+678 37 839
The Coolidge Bar & Grill at Beachfront Resort
1.6km West of Luganville
Tel:+678 36 911 Fax:+678 36882 ,VHF Channel 16
Victoria Cafe
Rue Higginson (main street) , downtown Luganville
fountai2
fountai2 says:
Aug 24, 2017 06:49 AM

We cleared into Luganville last week and would absolutely recommend anchoring out the front of beachfront resort (on the luganville side). The staff and owner are extremely accommodating to yachties and if you buy delicious food/drinks from the restaurant, they give you the wifi password and you can spend the day on the clean pool deck in the shade catching up on business while looking down the well kept grassy knoll to your yacht bobbing in the anchorage. The beach is brown sand and the water is not very clear, but it is a great spot to refill water from the tap (access turnkey at reception), they take rubbish for a small fee then you can grab a taxi to the nearby petrol station if you need to fill up jerry cans. Our laundry came back extra fresh and it's been a great week with only one really rolly day. I think this anchorage is much better than picking up a mooring on the inconvenient Aore side if you have things to do in town. LCM supermarket delivers apparently if you need to do a big shop before heading to the Banks. (They bring the stuff quite close to your dinghy in a wheelbarrow actually)

mfleury
mfleury says:
May 24, 2017 01:15 AM

There is a new "Aore Art Café" right in front of the immigration building, on the seashore. You can land your dinghy there (just left from the pilot boat wreck). They welcome cruisers, and can keep the dinghy, make laundry, water, print id pictures, free wifi, and of course, serve very good food and drinks. A very nice stop in Luganville.

maunie
maunie says:
Oct 23, 2016 03:20 AM

Update Oct 2016 - the Aore resort has new (Australian) owners. Whilst there are still 3 moorings available at 1500VT per night (plus 3 more owned by neighbour Paul who runs a dive operation) the new owners are less friendly / accommodating to yachties so now there's no water, rubbish or laundry facilities and the ferry to Luganville is 250VT pp return.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jan 11, 2016 12:18 PM

An update to fvberswordt's comment below:
Concerning my original comment (moorings on Aore): The name of the
resort's neighbour to the east is Paul (a very nice Australian guy).
Price for all morings (resort and Paul) was 1.500 vatu / night.

fvberswordt
fvberswordt says:
Sep 15, 2015 07:21 PM

As of September 15th 2015 there are only four mooring balls in front of the Aore Resort and their neighbour to the east (each has two working moorings). At least one of the mooring balls only marks a concrete anchor with a very weak rope and is not suited for mooring. You can identify these ball(s) by their missing pick up line.

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