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Nasi Tuan is an entirely not for profit community development organisation. We believe in empowering communities to mobilise their own strategies to end poverty and hardship. Nasi Tuan was founded in 2009 in Vanuatu by a group of local Christians passionate about social justice and caring for those who are vulnerable in their society.

Tanna has managed to maintain a traditional way of life. Most of its inhabitants are substance farmers who grow their own crops in Tanna's rich volcanic soil. Farming is a way of life, and for that reason Nasi Tuan has been building on what communities are already good at to create high quality products, that can generate income for necessities such as school fees. 

Nasi Tuan has built a hygienic processing facility in Middle Bush, Tanna, that is now making roasted peanuts, peanut butter, jams and dried fruit. These delicious products are available for sale in local bungalows and cafes in Tanna and Port Vila.

Flavors include Chilli Peanuts, Sugar Coated, Garlic Salted, Salted and Dry Roast.   

See www.nasituan.org for more details 

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Highlights

Eksperiensem Tanna

Explore Tafea Province

Air Vanuatu has daily flights from Port Vila to Tanna and weekly flights to all our outer islands. Hover your mouse over an island highlighted in Orange to find out more about each island.

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Erromango

Erromango, the largest island in the TAFEA Province has lush Green Jungle and mountainous terrain making this island an adventurers dream with many walking tracks to enjoy...

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Tanna

Tanna Island home to the famous Mt Yasur Volcano. Get lost in the culture of the Tannese custom villages and experience pristine snorkelling locations...

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Aneityum

Aneityum, Vanuatu's most southern island boasts white sand beaches and blue waters surrounding Mystery Island enticing cruise ships from afar...the main island also has Vanuatu's largest variety of orchids!

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Aniwa

Aniwa, the smallest island in Tafea Province, like Fununa has a Polynesian influence. Itcharo Lagoon in the NW has crystal blue water and white sand beaches perfect for relaxing and water lovers.

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Futuna

Futuna, the easternmost Island in Vanuatu, like Aniwa also has a Polynesian influence. Futuna is famous for their handicrafts and delicately handwoven baskets.

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  • Tanna
  • Erromango
  • Aneityum
  • Aniwa
  • Futuna

Torres

Banks Islands

Efate & Port Vila

Epi

Ambrym

Malekula

Espiritu
Santo

Maewo

Ambae

Pentecost

Aneityum Tanna Erromango Aniwa Futuna