Tanna Lava View Bungalows
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6.5
Value for money8.0
Location rating8.8
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  • 20 m²/215 ft²
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7.0
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Cleanliness6.0
Location8.0
Room comfort and quality6.0
Service8.0
Value for money8.0
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7.0
Very good
Josephine from Canada
Couple
Treehouse with Shared Bathroom
Stayed 5 nights in December, 2015
The simple life overlooking an active volcano”
Volcano views, proximity to volcano & helpfulness of the staff,
Since Cyclone Pam flattened the island, they have managed to build back 2 tree houses & two ground level bungalows & the rebuild is ongoing. Amenities: Electricity wasn't available at the time so we were provided with solar powered lanterns. For our cameras & electronics someone in the village had a generator - each day we would hand over a bunch of gadgets & they would come back all charged up a few hours later, at no extra cost to us. There was only one toilet at ground level rebuilt so far - climbing up & down from the treehouse did get tiring after a couple of days - especially after spending the days trekking to volcanoes & waterfalls & the like. Hot water wasn't available yet but the shower stall built into the base of the tree was working. Beds are foam mattresses under mosquito nets which were surprisingly comfortable & didn’t actually notice any mosquitoes. Blankets & towels are provided – if they forget, just ask. Eating & Drinking: Breakfast was simple - usually bread or crackers with a couple of spreads along with tea/coffee. Lunch(VUV800)/Dinner(VUV1000) was also simple, but tasty and filling. While we were there it was sandwiches for lunch & for dinner rice with a saucy stir-fried beef and vegetables, with sliced fruit for dessert along with tea/coffee. If you want snacks or sugary drinks stock up in “town" or even in Vila before heading out there. Make sure you can store food securely if you don't want any little midnight visitors coming in & having a nibble. After finding out the hard way we stored ours in a dry sack suspended from the rafters. We didn't have any problems drinking the water that came out of the tanks. If you're interested in trying local Tanna kava, any of the staff will be more than willing to help make this happen, but know that it will be prepared the tradition way! Notes: There are no ATMs on the island so unless you want to withdraw cash at a resort near the airport at a fee of 10% you’ll need to take all the cash with you
Reviewed December 26, 2015
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