There is plenty to keep you busy here, from live volcanoes to swimming in the ‘blue holes’ and exceptional scuba diving on coral reefs and underwater caverns – just remember to take time to stop and relax! If you thought bungee jumping was invented in New Zealand, think again. In the south of Pentecost Island, the men build towers from the debris of the yam crop and use vines attached to their ankles. This is known as land diving or the Nanggol ritual. Originally an annual event, land diving takes place weekly from April to June. If you’re keen on diving with a softer landing, do not miss the chance to snorkel and scuba on Million Dollar Point, where the US Army dumped cars, tanks and guns in the sea before they withdrew at the end of WWII.