bungalows are on the southern side of Aniwa, facing Tanna
– you can see Mount Yasur volcano smoking away by day
and glowing at night. Set out on a ridge above the ocean,
about 20 minutes walk from Ifaresei village, the bungalows
have lovely views and you can watch dolphins swim past in
the early morning. A reef edges the beach and there are pleasant
walks in the area. You can find more details at their website
tumas Daniel for the update.
Accommodation is 2500 Vatu per night single and 4000 Vatu
per night double/twin including breakfast. Children under
12 are 1000 Vatu per night. Meals are 750 Vatu or 1500 Vatu
and son, Joshua and Jethro Mudji, run the bungalows together,
with the help of Jethro’s wife, Jennifer, who does the
cooking. While the phone signal is fairly reliable, the surest
way to contact Jethro is by text message.
mobile: +678 596 4778
Joshua's mobile: +678 561 6506
Aniwa Oceanview Bungalows has two double and three single
bungalows, set in lush gardens. Coral pathways lead to the
dining bungalow, which catches the breeze. The bungalows are
solar powered and have mosquito netting. Clean linen and towels
Breakfast usually consists of bread from the
family’s oven up in the village and fresh fruit from
their garden nearby. For lunch and dinner, chicken or freshly
caught fish are available, usually with fresh coconut milk,
lime and spring onion, and rice or sweet taro. If you require
lobster at short notice, Jethro will happily dive for a fresh
catch and serve it to you within the hour! Bottle water, rain
water, homemade lemonade and cold beer are available.
Aniwa is as yet undiscovered by tourists and hospitality is
genuine and heartfelt. Ifaresei guests are invited to events
such as John Frum worship, which have been unaffected by tourism.
has a health clinic with a resident nurse. The island has
only one car. Joshua will organise your needs and provide
guides for any activities.
surveyed: 2011/2012 by Helene.
Last updated: Dec 2013 by Daniel.