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Dived on Million Dollar Point with outstanding Viz, it was great..!

If you are a diver this spot is not to be missed, easy walk-in access to the site, makes it a... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
Hamilton, Australia
Million Dollar Bay

Hi, we both found the snorkelling, fantastic here !!! It virtually starts just metres into the... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
Peter M
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Luganville, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu
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Reviewed 21 May 2017

If you are a diver this spot is not to be missed, easy walk-in access to the site, makes it a breeze to dive, so much to see here, its wonderful.

Thank sportscene
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Hi, we both found the snorkelling, fantastic here !!! It virtually starts just metres into the water. We were not disappointed in anyway. You are only limited too what you see by your own skills. Highly recommend to anyone including kids. Supervised of course. Jeeps,...More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 11 April 2017

My husband insisted we visit Santo as he had dived the Coolidge and missed out on Million Dollar Point. I gotta say we were disappointed - snorkeled site 2 times and both were murky with a strong rip. So I guess it depends on weather...More

Thank cheviecat
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Aptly know for the amount of items costing millions of dollars which sunk in the sea! Gee for drivers too! Very popular with tourists coming on cruise excursions.

Thank Hello T
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

1  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
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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