Guesthouse in Vanu village provides accommodation five minutes
walk from the local waterfall.
tumas Andrew for updating us.
Noda Guesthouse charges 3000 Vatu per person, per night, meals
included. Transfers to Lonorore Airport are 2500 Vatu, one
way, shared between passengers. The waterfall fee is 800 Vatu per person, unlimited access,
and the cave tour is 800 Vatu. Exchange
In the land-diving season, Noda Guesthouse can put on Melanesian feast nights at weekends (1000 Vatu/person), subject to demand. Trips to see the nagol are 10000 Vatu/person. Exchange
was built by Silas Buli, the principal at nearby Ranwadi High
School. His father, Sakias usually looks after the place and
he speaks English. You can telephone Noda Guesthouse on 5473071
(Digicel) or 7727394 (Smile).
Andrew Gray has a page on Noda Guesthouse.
Noda Guesthouse is a modern construction with two bedrooms,
each with two single beds, and a kitchen. The windows are
screened to keep mosquitoes out. Kerosene lamps are used
for lighting. There's a small padlock for locking the bungalow
the bungalow, there's a modern flush toilet and shower. Vanu village has a good water supply and there's running water in the kitchen
too. Bring your own bath towel. The water supply comes down from a clean spring in the hills
and is OK to drink.
kitchen has the usual gas cook top, etc. There are a couple
of stores in the village where you can buy basic food. Simple
prepared meals include rice and tin fish or water
taro and tin fish and bread with tea for breakfast.
Guests with particular dietary preferences (e.g. vegetarians) should let Silas know in advance: he will do his best to accommodate guests needs, but may have to ask them to bring ingredients from Vila.
is a small village with just a couple of stores and a kava
surveyed: February 2005 by Stephen.
Last updated: April 2014 by Andrew