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Probably more interesting than Coolidge

Considering the immensity of the value of what was dumped and what could have been if the equipment... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
John W
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Caloundra, Australia
Amazing Snorkeling!

Whilst the beach itself it not as pretty as some down near Port Olry, what lies beneath the surface... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
JessiPalmer
,
Hervey Bay
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Luganville, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu
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Reviewed 9 April 2017

Considering the immensity of the value of what was dumped and what could have been if the equipment was used to develop the country. Still dive both sites anyway.

Thank John W
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Whilst the beach itself it not as pretty as some down near Port Olry, what lies beneath the surface 20m from sure makes up for it! This is by far, the most interesting snorkeling I have ever experienced. This is a must do if you...More

Thank JessiPalmer
Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

Must do if your a keen snorkeler or diver. Unfortunately the day I snorkelled here was very choppy and water was murky, but still great experience see all the old wartime machinery that was dumped here. Definitely will do again when back in Santo. Hopefully...More

1  Thank Frank M
Reviewed 26 March 2017

this is an eyesore. Tons of dumped metal equipment and very little sea life. it is a terrible way to treat the environment and the people of vanuatu. I think the Americans should come back and clean it up

Thank Hayking
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Visited with Allan Power Dive Tours - Guides gave a brief history of the site. WAs amazing to see all the junk which was dumped post WW2. Great site for a dive.

Thank MickWatto
Reviewed 12 March 2017

We went here with Paradise Tours and were just blown away by the snorkeing. The visibility was so clear, the coral and fish have been reclaiming the area since the U.S. military dumped their disused machinery in the bay after WWII and blew it up,...More

Thank mushyAustralia
Reviewed 6 March 2017

When we arrived in Luganville , we were very fortunate to meet Jackson . He drives a taxi by day and sings in a reggae band by night . For a very reasonable price , Jackson took us on a grand tour of the sights...More

Thank billgood2
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Such an awesome place to snorkel. There is a heap of machinery and objects left from World War 2. Loads of amazing fish and coral. Defiantly worth going to.

Thank yummikinselephant
Reviewed 29 January 2017

Million Dollar Bay is about 15 min drive from Luganville, we paid 150 VT to get there by local minibus and 1000VT as an entrance fee but what a place.. ! We cannot believe there is no more publicity about this snorkelling site. This is...More

Thank GoneForLong
Reviewed 16 January 2017

We decided not to dive the point but snorkel instead and it was worth it, most of the relics are at 3-4 metres and can be easily descended too.

Thank brian102017
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BrissyGirl1202
23 February 2016|
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Response from Lee B | Reviewed this property |
The cost of 500 Vatu and your taxi fare is correct. If you want to scuba dive on the site then you can ask any of the providers that go there. We dived with Coral Quays. You can also snorkel on the site if you would... More
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