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Don't waste your time-Dive the Coolidge instead!

Literally and figuratively a rubbish dive. Little to commend it-other than the two wrecks that you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Michael P
Massive art'-reef

I think it's definitely worth a look if you are a scuba diver and visit "Santo, Vanuatu" Kinda... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Queensland, Australia
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Luganville, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Literally and figuratively a rubbish dive. Little to commend it-other than the two wrecks that you pass on the way down to the rubbish dump. There are no military artefacts of interest there-i.e. hardware or ordinance etc, all there is to be seen are wrecked...More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I think it's definitely worth a look if you are a scuba diver and visit "Santo, Vanuatu" Kinda unique, surreal underwater landscape thanks to end of war politics back in the late 1940's. I will leave any further political observations and summaries to the scuba...More

Thank Drifterdiver
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The main purpose of my cruise was to see the remains of the American equipment dumped into the bay. Low tide made viewing easy, but it's rough going over the rusty metal and broken, albeit smooth, Coke and beer bottles. I'm so glad I went...More

Thank janimmo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We didn't have time to get in the water but just saw the sight from the beach. It's really a shame we littered this beautiful beach and 75 years later it's still so visible. Really it's an eyesore. All I could think about was tetanus!...More

Thank Deb W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Million Dollar Point can be dived or snorkeled by shore, but if you dive it by boat, you get a much better perspective of the sheer scale of what was dumped here at the end of WW2. By entering and dropping to say 35m, you...More

Thank Brendon L
Reviewed 10 June 2017

You can either snorkle or just walk around this site. Make sure you wear reef shoes or thongs or something. So much glass, wire and rusted parts of motors, engines etc. It is extraordinary. The Americans in WWII just dumped all their equipment here, they...More

Thank Jane T
Reviewed 22 May 2017

If you are a diver this spot is not to be missed, easy walk-in access to the site, makes it a breeze to dive, so much to see here, its wonderful.

Thank sportscene
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Hi, we both found the snorkelling, fantastic here !!! It virtually starts just metres into the water. We were not disappointed in anyway. You are only limited too what you see by your own skills. Highly recommend to anyone including kids. Supervised of course. Jeeps,...More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 12 April 2017

My husband insisted we visit Santo as he had dived the Coolidge and missed out on Million Dollar Point. I gotta say we were disappointed - snorkeled site 2 times and both were murky with a strong rip. So I guess it depends on weather...More

Thank cheviecat
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Aptly know for the amount of items costing millions of dollars which sunk in the sea! Gee for drivers too! Very popular with tourists coming on cruise excursions.

Thank Hello T
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23 February 2016|
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Response from Lee B | Reviewed this property |
The cost of 500 Vatu and your taxi fare is correct. If you want to scuba dive on the site then you can ask any of the providers that go there. We dived with Coral Quays. You can also snorkel on the site if you would... More