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This quaint little resort is located in the amazing Vona Vona Lagoon, a 20 minute boat trip from Munda. This is a resort for those who really want to get away from it all and get back to basics. With its white sand beach and classic "desert island" location it caters for divers, surfers and fisherman.
Bungalows are constructed using traditional Vona Vona building materials of Sago Palm Leaf, Lawyer Cane and Wild Betel Nut Tree, the bungalows provide an authentic island living experience, whilst not compromising the comforts of home. All bungalows have 240 volt power, fans and a kitchenette equipped with gas stove, refrigerator/freezer and cooking utensils. Fresh rain water is provided, along with tea and coffee making facilities.
Whilst mosquito nets are provided in each bedroom, they are seldom needed.
Individual, rustic bungalows made from traditional sago palm leaves. Some bungalows offer a basic kitchen with gas stove, fridge and electric fans. Shower and bathroom facilities are housed in a separate building, nearby. There are new deluxe bungalows on the beach with private facilities.
At the end of the day, the fully licensed waterfront bar and restaurant is the place to kick back and soak up the atmosphere. The company is great, the beer is always cold and the menu always features fresh local seafood and produce.
Besides great diving, the surrounding region offers an exciting array of full or half-day adventures to local villages and uninhabited islands. You can spend the day with a picnic lunch, swimming, bartering with the local carvers, snorkelling or just lazing about on your own personal beach.