Champagne Beach in Vanatu offers a picture-perfect image of electric-teal water and snowflake-white sand. The foliage surrounding the beach and the underwater volcanic activity has created a champagne-shaped piece of land, with frothy water bubbling about during low tide. The coral reef off the island is home to fish and sea turtles alike, both of whom are sure to visit you if you dip into the warm water hugging the shore. After visiting this beach, the bubbly beverage will no longer be your first thought when someone mentions “champagne.”
The main gateway to Vanuatu is through Santo Pekoa International Airport which accepts flights from Europe and North America. You can fly with British Airways and Lufthansa. Many also fly into Vanuatu’s international Airport, Port Villa, because of its regular connections to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Auckland and Nadi. From these airports, transportation is accessible to get you to your final destination. Champagne Beach sits at the end of an hour-long drive from the main township of Luganville.