Saraotou is situated approximately 170 miles (274 kilometers) northwest of Port Vila, the country's capital.
There is no need to limit your tour to the attractions of Saraotou because the entire region has been blessed with plenty of terrific cultural and natural attractions. Redcliffe and Norsup are two other places worth visiting while you're in Vanuatu.
If you ask a local their sightseeing recommendations, they'll often point you in the direction of Vanuatu's ever-popular open-air markets.
There's plenty of ways for thrill seekers to make the most of the wide open spaces in and around Saraotou. Zip-lining and abseiling are just two ways thrill seekers here can get their kicks.
For many travelers, enjoying new places is as much about eating as it is about taking photos of tourist attractions so take the time to try the dishes for which this area is known. Yams as well as mangoes are regularly used as features in local dishes here. Of course, no vacation in Vanuatu is complete without sampling coconut crab and green papaya salad.
Much of Vanuatu celebrates Independence Day on the 30th of July, so be prepared for changes to business hours and increased demand for transport.
The best vacations are all about meeting new people and having great adventures. Saraotou is a great place for doing just that.