the archipelago of Vanuatu

Considered as the jewel of the Pacific Ocean, the archipelago of Vanuatu is a magical place for anyone who looking for adventure and change of scenery.

Vanuatu as a mountainous archipelago with a surface of 12 189 km2, twice less than Belgium. Made up of a dozen islands and 80 islets, the archipelago is renowned all over the world as its high volcanic activity in particular on Tanna’s island.

With more than 120 dialects spread on its whole territory, Vanuatu is considered as the paradise of the ethnologists which study an environment and unspoiled culture.

Let’s go to discover these idyllic landscapes with the photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich. Fascinated by different tribes of the world, Mitchell discovers the “Smol Numbas” a tribe presents on the SouthWestBay, a remote enclave on the island of Malekula.

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Vanuatu South West Bay  Mitchell Kanashkevich Photography

Crédits Photos : Mitchell Kanashkevich

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