Tiny Mystery Island is remote and hard to reach (except via cruise ships) which means the island has remained virtually untouched. There are no tourism developments, no roads, no shops and absolutely no stress.
This small, uninhabited island is one of the most southern of the Vanuatu group and was once used as a World War II landing strip for the allied forces.
Locals from a nearby island will come to sell trinkets and you can spend your day relaxing on the sand while a band of locals play songs of welcome. The surrounding reefs offer great snorkelling opportunities or you can take a leisurely stroll around the island (Mystery Island is so small it will only take you about 40 minutes!)