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If you are only in Port Vila for a short stay this cultural centre is a beautiful snapshot into some of Vanuatu’s unique culture. Edgar was a wonderful host and shared with us stories, songs and sand drawings.
We visited the cultural centre with the hope of gaining more knowledge of Vanuatu's history.We were disappointed. The lightings were really too dim for one to be able to read the writings inside the cabinets clearly. The whole centre was really poorly lit. Remember, there...More
We'd visited the Vanuatu Cultural Centre on our first trip to Vanuatu, and loved our guided tour with Edgar, so naturally we had to come back. This time we happened to be part of a group, and got to see more of Edgar's sand drawings,...More
If you love to learn about the history and culture of the place you are visiting; then this is for you. From being shown ancient hunting methods to traditional dress and tribal life; this is a drawcard for young and old.
What a find in the Pacific of many archeological displays and things for all the world to discover. Suggest more explanations on each display especially the Lapita items. Friendly staff too were very helpful. Many thanks but was too short a is it to take...More
Spent an hour here for a bit of a history lesson. Edgar's sand drawing and story telling was a highlight. The place could do with a bit of a make over but don't let that deter you. It's worth a visit. It's a 10 minute...More
Hey there! I'm a current volunteer at VKS. It's 1000 vatu or $10USD for general admission, 1500 if you'd like a guide (he does all of the sand drawing, flute playing, etc)....definitely worth the extra 500 vatu!