Havannah Eco Lodge, Efate Vanuatu Aelan Walkabot rating
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Havannah Eco Lodge is at the southern end of Havannah Harbour and locally-owned by Gideon George. Adjacent to the waterfront bungalows is a protected reef that is home to turtles, many different reef fish and sea creatures. Snorkelling equipment is free to use. Part of Survivor Vanuatu was filmed here. Gideon can arrange speedboat charters and fishing trips.

Tankyu tumas Katherine for telling us about Havannah Eco Lodge.

Costs and Booking
Each bungalow costs 7500 Vatu per night, twin-share. Exchange Rates.

Phone: +678 29447 or +678 5419949 or +678 7747200

Website: www.havannahecolodge.com

Accommodation and food
There are four double/twin bungalows with ensuite bathrooms and hot showers. 24/7 electricity is supplied by a generator.

Basic provisions for self catering are supplied. Gideons Cafe & Bar is open from 7am to 8pm serving beer, wine and cafe style food.

First surveyed: June 2013 by Katherine.
Last updated: January 2014 by Katherine.

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Date Ratings Comments
02/02/2014 Standard


We really enjoyed our stay here in October 2013. After staying on Lelepa and Nguna Islands, the showers and electricity made us feel like we were staying in a five star resort! The rooms were clean and self contained. We didn't cook, it was better to just wander up to the cafe and have a chat to Gideon or his wife and have a burger or chip. For a more substantial meal, we highly recommend the Wahoo Bar! Swimming or snorkelling was great, just few metres from all bungalows. Would love to return with the rest of our family in the future. Thanks to Janelle for the recommendation.

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