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Cruises visiting Ambrym Island & all Ambrym Island cruises for  2020

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Ambrym is an island in the archipelago of Vanuatu (formerly known as the New Hebrides) in the South Pacific. It remains volcanically active, with two volcanic cones Benbow and Marum that still rumble away, and smaller vents and fractures that ooze steam and lava. The centre of the island is dominated by a massive 1900 year old 12 km diameter desert-like caldera that hosts multiple craters. The rest of the caldera floor is a barren ash plain, caused by the natural acidic rain. While most tourists trek to Benbow and Marum, you can also walk around the island visiting villages and historical sites along the way.

The island was named by Captain Cook in 1774. The triangular island is 44 km by 30 km with highest point 1334 m. Apart from a few villages, some roads, many tracks, the island is covered with thick jungle. In the villages, ancient customs still play a significant and powerful role in contemporary life. Ambrym prides itself on it's unique art forms and rituals. Locals are adept at making hollow-timber drums, masks, and sand drawing. Day treks can be made from a coastal village (say Endu) to the volcanoes (say Marum), at least 15 km each way.

The north coast of the island offers great snorkelling opportunities to view dugongs, large sea turtles and a good variety of brilliantly coloured fish. There is also a natural spring that dugongs and turtles often frequent. It is a place of culture, spirituality – which prevents certain activities at particular times of the year – and adventure. The people are warm, friendly, and welcoming, so that it's a great experience for the adventurous traveller seeking a real island experience.

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