Travel Information

Dominica citizens travelling to Vanuatu

Citizens of Dominica that are travelling to Vanuatu can travel without a visa.

What to expect in Vanuatu

🤝 friendly locals
💰 expensive cost of living
🐌 Below average wifi
⛅ warm weather
🏖️ beaches

Common Tourist Questions

🥘 Do I need to tip?

No, you are not expected to tip at restaurants and other service businesses.

💰 Should I carry cash?

No, you don't have to carry cash with you. Credit cards are generally accepted. This may not be the case in smaller cities so you should double-check when you land.

☎️ Where do I get a SIM card from?

Some popular telecom companies are

Digicel VU


💦 Can I drink tap water?

No, you cannot drink tap water. Bottled water is recommended.

🚕What do I use to get around?

We currently don't have information on ride-sharing services. Local taxis may be the best option. Check with local authorities upon landing.

Visa Status

A Visa is not required for citizens of Vanuatu. Tourists are able to visit without a visa for a certain amount of time.

Notes and Passport Validity

Ensure that your passport is valid for 90 days past your travel date.

Safety and Security

Do not travel.

We now advise all not to travel overseas at this time, due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel. This includes to Vanuatu. If you’re already in Vanuatu and wish to return to Australia, we recommend you do so as soon as possible by commercial means, as air routes to Australia are becoming limited. Our advice has not changed: Do not travel to Vanuatu.


These values are calculated by computing the average scores that we have available to us across all cities in Vanuatu. In some cases, they may not be completely accurate.

Internet Speed (1.30 / 5)
Safety (3.50 / 5)
Cost of Living (2.98 / 5)
Average Hotel Cost

$79.00 USD / night

Average Dinners

$9.23 USD

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Popular Cities in Vanuatu

Port Vila