Josephs Bungalow, Loh, Torres Islands, Vanuatu
Beach at Loh, Torres Islands, Vanuatu
Josedith Bungalow, Loh, Torres Islands Vanuatu Aelan Walkabot rating
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Also known as Joseph's Bungalow, this place is near Lunghariki village on Loh Island. It has a nice beach out the front.

"We stayed at Josedith Bungalow on Loh in Ocotober 2004 ... an absolutely delightful place. They did apologise for they only had lobster to eat! We'd recommend this place to anyone. The only downside is that there are quite alot of mosquitos." G.K., 2006.

Josedith Bungalow costs 2000 Vatu per person, per night, including all meals. Exchange Rates. When you arrive, cross over to Loh and ask for Joseph's Bungalow. There is a public phone in Lunghariki village (38565).

The bungalow is basic and comfortable. It has two single beds inside with mosquito nets. Well water is used for bucket showers. There's a pit toilet.

First surveyed: Not done.
Last updated: August 2003 by Stephen.

Visitor Ratings for Josedith Bungalow, Lunghariki Rate it
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18/01/2013 Standard

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We visited but didn't stay at these bungalows on 29/12/2012 (as we were already accommodated elsewhere) but I thought, given the remoteness of the place, it would be worth giving some feedback. There is no phone coverage at all in the Torres at this point, if you want to contact the bungalows you need to ask Air Vanuatu to get their agent on Loh Island to pass on the message.
The bungalows are very basic but adequate, a kind of Robinson Crusoe experience, situated close to the beach near the village of Lunghariki. A big plus for me is that Joseph, who runs the bungalow, is a Vanua-tai turtle monitor and very knowledgeable about turtle conservation. Even if it's not the season for egg laying or hatching, he knows when and where to find turtles in the area.
15/10/2008 Standard

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Josedith Memorial is an awesome adventure stay!!
People on Loh Island are friendly and helpful, although not very expansive, compared to southern Ni-Vanuatu.
The 'tourist beach' in front of the bungalow will be your paradise for a week, until the next flight will catch you back to civilization.
Bring plenty of food of your own, because supplies are short!
We have been there - me, my wife and our 13 yo daughter - in August 2008 and was absolutely great! I put more notes at http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/b98a3/c9b/3/
14/07/2006 Standard

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