Tanna Melanesian Bungalows is a family owned and run business at Loanengo, Tanna. The Yasur volcano is nearby and kastom dances at Imayo village are popular with visitors. Returned airport transfers can be arranged. Philip Joel, the owner, speaks English and gets by in French.
Bungalows are made of bamboo walls and coconut thatch roofs. Each has a double and a single bed inside. Mosquito nets are available. Lighting is by candles or kerosene lamps. There is a shared shower (cold water) and a flush toilet.
Simple, adequate meals are provided. Breakfasts are crackers or bread with coffee or tea. Lunch may be bread or aelan kaekae (island food), and sometimes local chicken. Dinner will have rice, aelan kaekae, vegetables and and on occasion fish.
The mountain spring water is fresh and fine to drink.
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