Islands of Vanuatu

2017-07-28T15:07:46+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Gaua, Vanua Lava, Tanna (island), Mota (island), Hiw Island, Aore Island, Paama, Banks Islands, Futuna Island, Vanuatu, Aniwa Island, Malo Island, Ureparapara, Mota Lava, Efate, Emae, Aoba Island, Tegua, Nguna, Merig, Ra (island), Pentecost Island, Epi (island), Erromango, Moso (island), Merelava, Maewo, Espiritu Santo, Iririki, Aneityum, Ambrym, Malakula, Ratua, Vanuatu, Lelepa Island, Lo (island), Araki Island, Kwakéa, Akhamb, Pele Island, Bokissa, Sakao Island, Tangoa Island, Tutuba Island, Mele (island), Maskelynes Islands, Tomman Island flashcards Islands of Vanuatu
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  • Gaua
    Gaua (formerly known as Santa Maria Island) is the largest and second most populous of the Banks Islands in Torba Province of northern Vanuatu.
  • Vanua Lava
    Vanua Lava is the second largest of the Banks Islands in Torba Province, Vanuatu, after slightly larger Gaua.
  • Tanna (island)
    Tanna (sometimes spelled Tana) is an island in Tafea Province of Vanuatu.
  • Mota (island)
    Mota is an extinct volcanic island in the Banks group of Torba Province in northern Vanuatu.
  • Hiw Island
    Hiw (sometimes spelled Hiu) is the northernmost island in Vanuatu, located in Torba Province.
  • Aore Island
    Aore Island is an island in Sanma Province, Vanuatu.
  • Paama
    Paama (Paama language: Voum) is a small island in the Malampa Province, Vanuatu.
  • Banks Islands
    The Banks Islands (in Bislama Bankis) are a group of islands in northern Vanuatu.
  • Futuna Island, Vanuatu
    Futuna is an island in the Tafea province of Vanuatu.
  • Aniwa Island
    Aniwa is a small island in the southernmost province of Tafea, Vanuatu.
  • Malo Island
    Malo (formerly known as St. Bartholomew) is an island in Vanuatu, 3 km (1.9 mi) off the southern coast of Vanuatu's largest island Espiritu Santo in Sanma Province.
  • Ureparapara
    Ureparapara (also known as Parapara for short) is the third largest island in the Banks group of northern Vanuatu, after Gaua and Vanua Lava.
  • Mota Lava
    Mota Lava or Motalava (coordinates 13°42′S 167°39′E / 13.7°S 167.65°E) is the fourth largest island in the Banks Islands of Vanuatu, after Gaua, Vanua Lava and Ureparapara, with an area of 24 km2 (9.3 sq mi).
  • Efate
    Efate is an island in the Pacific Ocean which is part of the Shefa Province in The Republic of Vanuatu.
  • Emae
    Emae (coordinates 17°4′S 168°24′E / 17.067°S 168.400°E) is an island in the Shepherds Islands, Shefa, Vanuatu.
  • Aoba Island
    Aoba, also known as Ambae or Leper's Island, is an island in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, located near 15°30′S 167°30′E / 15.
  • Tegua
    Tegua is an island in Vanuatu's Torres Islands chain, located in Torba Province.
  • Nguna
    Nguna Island is an outer island off the north coast of Efate, Vanuatu in Undine Bay.
  • Merig
    Merig is a small island located 20 km east of Gaua, in the Banks Islands of northern Vanuatu.
  • Ra (island)
    Ra (sometimes incorrectly spelled Rah) is a small coral islet of 0.
  • Pentecost Island
    Pentecost Island is one of the 83 islands that make up the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu.
  • Epi (island)
    Epi (or Épi, Api; formerly known as Tasiko or Volcano Island) is an island in Shefa Province, Vanuatu, at the north end of the Shepherd Islands.
  • Erromango
    Erromango is the fourth largest island in the Vanuatu archipelago.
  • Moso (island)
    Moso Island is an island off the northwest coast of Efate in Vanuatu, in Shefa Province.
  • Merelava
    Merelava (or Mere Lava) is an island in the Banks Islands of northern Vanuatu.
  • Maewo
    Maewo (local pronunciation: [ŋʷaewo]; formerly Aurora Island) is an island in Vanuatu in Penama province, 105 km to the east of Espiritu Santo.
  • Espiritu Santo
    Espiritu Santo is the largest island in the nation of Vanuatu, with an area of 3,955.
  • Iririki
    Iririki is a privately leased island, located in Mele Bay, just minutes from Port Vila, the Capital of Vanuatu.
  • Aneityum
    Aneityum (also known as Anatom or Keamu) is the southernmost island of Vanuatu, in the province of Tafea.
  • Ambrym
    Ambrym is a volcanic island in Malampa Province in the archipelago of Vanuatu.
  • Malakula
    Malakula Island (coordinates 16°18′S 167°30′E / 16.30°S 167.50°E), also spelled Malekula, is the second-largest island in the nation of Vanuatu, in the Pacific Ocean region of Melanesia.
  • Ratua, Vanuatu
    Ratua, situated in the Vanuatu archipelago, is a 146-acre (59 ha) island located south of Espiritu Santo, between Aore and Malo islands.
  • Lelepa Island
    Lelepa (or Lélépa) is an island in the southwestern Pacific island nation of Vanuatu.
  • Lo (island)
    Lo [lo] (sometimes wrongly spelled Loh) is an island of the Torres group of islands, in northern Vanuatu.
  • Araki Island
    Araki Island is a small rocky island with an area of 2.
  • Kwakéa
    Kwakéa (or Pakea, or Qakea) is an islet located east of Vanua Lava in the Banks Islands, Vanuatu.
  • Akhamb
    Akhamb Island is a small island in Vanuatu, just off the southcoast of Malakula.
  • Pele Island
    Pélé Island, sometimes spelled Pele in English, is a volcanic island located 11,2 miles north of the island of Éfaté in the Shefa Province of the Republic of Vanuatu.
  • Bokissa
    Bokissa is a very small island in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu located 10 km (6 mi) south of Espiritu Santo.
  • Sakao Island
    Sakao Island (French: Île Sakao), also known as Khoti Island is an island in Vanuatu, located off the southeastern shore of Vanuatu's second largest island Malakula in Malampa Province.
  • Tangoa Island
    Tangoa is an island in Vanuatu, located off the southern coast of Vanuatu's largest island Espiritu Santo in Sanma Province.
  • Tutuba Island
    Tutuba is an island in Vanuatu, located off the coast of Vanuatu's largest island Espiritu Santo in Sanma Province.
  • Mele (island)
    Mele Island (also known by tourists as Hideaway Island) is a Polynesian outlier and islet in Vanuatu.
  • Maskelynes Islands
    The Maskelynes Islands are a small chain of low islands that forms part of Vanuatu in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Tomman Island
    Tomman Island is a small island in Vanuatu, just off the southwest coast of Malakula.