is a pleasant village in central Maewo. The walk across
the island here is relatively easy (less than 2 hours) and
passes a kastom rain pool and turtle stone. You can loop around to Betarara via Naviso village on the east coast.
Near to Nasawa village is the Moon Cave, accessible
by boat or canoe only.
Accommodation at Pelsa bungalow costs 1500 Vatu per night,
per person. Meals can be provided for 500 Vatu per day. Exchange
Lindsay and Naomi run the Co-operative store in Narovorovo
and in 2005 Naomi was looking after the guesthouse.
Pelsa is a modern bungalow with a palm thatch roof. It has
two bedrooms: one double and one twin (two singles). The
windows are screened and mosquito coils are available.
The bungalow is wired but there was no electricity source
in 2005. Hurricane lamps are used for lighting.
The main bungalow door is lockable.
bungalow has a self-contained bathroom with a modern western
toilet and shower. Bath towels, toilet paper and soap are
is cooking you can expect decent, western style meals using
local ingedients. If cooking yourself, the bungalow's
kitchen has a gas cook top and a selection of pots, pans,
plates, cups and utensils. The water supply at Narovorovo
comes from a clean source in the hills and is OK to drink.
Services and Transport
Narovorovo has one store, one truck and one boat.
surveyed: February 2005 by Stephen.
Last updated: February 2005 by Stephen.