Stroll through the park at your leisure, taking in all the sights, smells and sounds of Vanuatu. Make sure you’re wearing your dancing shoes because you might be encouraged to join to join the locals in a custom dance! Watch the traditional preparation of food and kava, and admire the locals as they nimbly create intricate weaves. There’ll also be wood carving and sand drawing demonstrations.
A variety of locally-made souvenirs, including woven items, sarongs and wooden carvings may be on offer at the Cultural Activity Park. Please bring local currency with you.
Upon arrival at the Cultural Activity Park, you'll receive a welcome coconut drink.
Tour ticket includes return shuttle transfers and entry into Luganville’s Cultural Activity Park.
Restroom facilities at the park may be rustic.
To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and SPF30+ or higher factor sunscreen and bottled water.
Please note, kava is a non-alcoholic beverage used traditionally in the Pacific Islands for ceremonial purposes.
Formed by the root of the pepper tree, kava usually has a mildly sedative and anaesthetic effect, although it is possible to have adverse reactions including upset stomach. The traditional method of preparing kava does not meet P&O Cruises standard of health and safety and any participation in trying kava is at the risk of the individual.