Pentecost Island is for the adventurous traveller. Don't come if you expect 5-star luxury: infrastructure and tourist facilities are basic, roads are muddy or non-existent, food is simple and traditional, and nightlife is limited to the village meeting huts in which men pound kava roots to drink as the sun goes down. However, if you are prepared to rough it a little, you will be rewarded with a real island feeling which comes from genuine cultural experiences with friendly and welcoming local people, in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
Adventure tours to the island, including air transport from Port Vila, can be arranged through Pentecost Falls Tours. For independent travellers, family-run guest bungalows such as Noda Guesthouse provide basic accommodation.