8th March 2017
Holidaymakers to Vanuatu have long been reporting the restorative powers of the island, with a visit to the tropical paradise the perfect cure for stressed out tourists. Now, hundreds of people are flocking day and night to a stream in Santo that reportedly has miraculous healing powers. Located near Luganville on the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu, the natural stream is purported to have miracle powers and has been attracting people with all manner of ailments, sicknesses and disabilities.
The Vanuatu Daily Post reported that people have been drinking from the source of the stream and bathing in waters downstream in the hope that its magical waters will heal them. While there’s no word on why the stream is said to have special powers, the paper reported that locals were so convinced of the healing powers that they have been filling up containers with the water to send to other parts of Vanuatu. Seen as a gift from God, locals are allowing anyone to access the stream free of charge.
While these so called healing powers are as yet unconfirmed, there’s no doubt that Vanuatu holidays have healing powers. Australian tourists have reported all manner of ‘miracle’ side effects from their visits to the island nation including a decrease in stress, increased vitamin D levels and an overall feeling of better health, wellbeing and happiness.
A South Pacific paradise, Vanuatu offers soft white sand, clear blue waters, pristine beaches, warm sunny weather, swaying palms and an undeniable bond with the stunning natural world around it. Life is a little slower in these parts and as you sink into island time you will discover smiling faces around every corner. Letting go of the hustle and bustle of daily life, a holiday to Vanuatu means switching off from the stress of the outside world and simply relaxing by the pool with a cocktail in hand.
Miracle stream or no miracle stream, a holiday to Vanuatu means letting all of your cares float away.