Espiritu Santo, the largest island in Vanuatu, is in the northern part of the archipelago. While the island holds the distinction of being the second-largest island in the Pacific region it is largely undeveloped and has a small indigenous population.  Surrounded by stunning turquoise waters, Espiritu Santo boasts a tropical climate, lush rainforests, and pristine beaches, making it a true paradise for nature enthusiasts and sun-seekers alike.

In the context of the Vanuatu Islands, Espiritu Santo holds significant importance. While Port Vila, the capital of Vanuatu, is situated on the island of Efate in the southern part of the country, Espiritu Santo offers a contrasting escape from the bustling city life. Located at a distance from Port Vila, Espiritu Santo remains well-connected and accessible.

Vanuatu boasts two international airports: one in Port Vila (Bauerfield International Airport) and the other on Espiritu Santo (Santo-Pekoa International Airport, also known as Pekoa International Airport). These airports serve as vital gateways for travellers visiting the country, facilitating domestic and international flights to and from various destinations including the smaller islands of Vanuatu.