Glass Bottom Boat

Depart the wharf, and drive through Vanuatu’s second largest town, Luganville. Your hosts will greet you at the tour departure point where you’ll be fitted with a life jacket and given a safety briefing. From your glass bottom boat you just might be lucky enough to see angel fish, butterfly fish, tang or parrot fish. Enjoy your free time at the small beach for a swim or snorkel. Please note: snorkel gear is not included in this tour. Please bring your own.
  • Tour Code


  • Location


  • Activity Types

    Outdoor Adventure

  • Experience Types

    Beach & Water, Beach & Water

  • Duration

    1.75 hour

  • Fitness Level


  • Price

    Adult from $75.99
    Children (12 & under) from $45.99


Bring along your camera to capture a great range of corals and a variety of fish from your glass bottom boat.


Special Notes

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. Make sure to bring swimmers, a towel, and bottled water.

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