Erromango is one of the largest and least populated islands of Vanuatu. The island has excellent potential for hiking with the interior hilly and forested.
The island was logged for sandalwood from 1840's-1870's. In 1774 Cook visited the island during his round the world voyage. He landed at a Bay which he named Traitor's Head named after conflict with the islanders.
Erromango is the fourth largest island in Vanuatu. There are no good anchorages on the island and inter island trading vessels only make short stops at Dillon's Bay and Port Narevin. The island lies in the path of South East trade winds, and has a tropical, humid climate.
The average rainfall is between 2290 mm and 2540 mm per year. Trees in the rainforest include both deciduous and coniferous species. The only indigenous mammal is the fruit bat.
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