Tanna Island, Vanuatu

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Region: Australia & Oceania
Country: Vanuatu
Closest body of water: South Pacific Ocean
Languages: Bislama, English, French

Region: Australia & Oceania
Country: Vanuatu
Closest body of water: South Pacific Ocean
Languages: Bislama, English, French

UPC: 051497319731

$5

Total: $5

Description

This island is part of the group of islands that used to be called the New Hebrides. They are located not too far from the Solomon Islands. Captain Cook landed on the island in 1774 and asked the natives what the island was called. Misunderstanding what he was asking, they replied that the island was called “ground.” The word for ground in the Kwamera language is Tanna. The island is considered a tropical forest surrounded by mountains that are almost 1,000 meters high. One of those mountains is still an active volcano.

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