Bungalows has a nice garden setting and is less than five minutes walk from the airport.
Wongras is owned and run by Charles Bice. He charges 2500
Vatu per person per night, including meals. Charles has
two guides experienced in taking tourists to the lake and
volcano. All expenses are
payable in Vatu cash. Exchange
Bungalows Tour Rates
Letas canoe fee
fee (Waterfall, Lake, Volcano)
Charles speaks English but manages
to communicate with Francophone guests. Wongras has a telephone (38504) and there's a public phone
at the airport (38514).
Wongras has two big bungalows, built mostly of local materials.
One bungalow is divided into two rooms with two single beds
in each. The other room has space for four single beds.
Each room has a locking door. There is some basic furniture
and mosquito nets are provided. Lighting is from kerosene
are simple at Wongras. Lunch and dinner may include
chicken, rice, lap-lap
yam, beans, paw-paw
salad, egg, aelan
kabis and pamplemousse.
You might get fresh bread for breakfast or just crackers
with tea or instant coffee. Water for drinking and bathing
(bucket showers) is supplied by a rainwater tank.
has a western style, dry, pit toilet with a plastic seat.
You should bring your own bath towel, toilet paper and soap.
surveyed: May 2004 by Stephen.
Last updated: June 2009 by Stephen.