Port Vila, the country's capital, is located 4 miles (6 kilometers) northwest of Eratap.
While it may be tempting to limit yourself to just the local sights when holidaying in Eratap, keep in mind that the surrounding region's diverse natural sights, cities and towns await. Visit the University of the South Pacific and National Museum in Port Vila, about 4 miles (6 kilometers) to the southeast of Eratap.
Many people who visit Vanuatu usually take time to explore the open-air markets dotted throughout the region.
If your picture of a perfect holiday is maxing-out your heart rate in unique natural environments, then join one of the abseiling and zip-lining excursions this region has to offer.
Very often, a region's true personality can be found wafting from its pots, pans and ovens. Yams and mangoes are some of the much-loved ingredients. No vacation in Vanuatu would be finished without trying coconut crab or green papaya salad.
Don't forget, if you are likely to be in Eratap around the 30th of July, Independence Day will be celebrated then and banks, business and some attractions may not be open.
Upon conclusion of your vacation to this incredible region, remember that you can come again. As you may have heard the locals say: A guest once, forever a friend.