the expatriate enclave in Port Vila, this is the
original Tasiriki village, at the end of the south Santo road and few tourists come
this way. A guest house was built around 2005 and belongs to the PWMU (women's
The village is pleasant enough and refreshingly
different to east Santo. There are some waterfalls and other
walks in the area and kava
every night. Tasiriki is also a gateway to west
At the time of writing, Tuetueni Gueshtouse costs 1500 Vatu
per person, per night and simple food (maybe just raes
wetem tin) can be provided. Exchange
The guesthouse is a modern building with four rooms
and some basic cooking facilities. Bedding and mosquito
nets are provided. Solar lighting is a novelty. The village
water supply is OK to drink.
a modern toilet and shower should have been completed. At present
you can bath at a small waterfall and there's a good enough
pit latrine for guests to use.
has a couple of trucks. Transport is quite regular from
Monday to Friday and not bad on Saturday. Sunday is the
sabbath. Keep in mind that after sustained
rains the rivers along south Santo can not be crossed. See
our Santo page for more information about transport.
visited: February 2008 by Stephen.
updated: February 2008 by Stephen.