18 Jun 2018
The long-standing reputation of the travel guide 'Le Petit Futé' is going to reach another quality level with the 2019 edition.
Indeed, during the last month of May, in all types of weather and in all the various reliefs of the archipelago, Camille has walked, explored, swam, attended traditional ceremonies, gone to museums, tried the small guesthouses in the islands, tasted the local food, visited an impressive number of hotels and has talked to a large panel of people from various horizons.
At the heart of this maelstrom of activity, we can testify that the young lady fell in love with the Vanuatu that she has traveled across from Tanna to Santo to Malekula and Pentecost islands.
Let us hope that the faithful readers will not be disappointed by the next New Caledonia/Vanuatu Petit Futé guide in which they will be able to find good addresses, new products, and at the end a quite precise painting of the destination through these dotted travel impressions. The guide is particularly aimed to smart & curious travelers.
Camille's only regret will be to leave Vanuatu with still unexplored islands and good places having kept their secret.
The positive side: for sure there is room for a 100% Vanuatu only Petit Futé guide!