Nisa Bungalows, Mota Lava, Banks Islands, Vanuatu
Nisa Sunset Bungalows, Mota Lava Vanuatu Aelan Walkabot rating
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Nisa Sunset Bungalows on Mota Lava opened in 2005 and has been quite popular. The bungalows are located by the beach, on a quiet corner of the island. Nisa Sunset Bungalows is run by Herald and Nice.

Tankyu tumas Andreas and Isabelle for updating Nisa Sunset Bungalows.

Costs and Booking
Nisa Sunset charges 2500 vatu per person, per night including all meals. Exchange Rates.

You can telephone Herald on Mobile: 7789560.
Vanuatu Tourism Office web page: Nisa Sunset Bungalows

Accommodation and Food
Nisa has four double bungalows with solar lighting. The restaurant has a freezer and generator.

Even if you're not staying at Nisa Sunset, you might visit their restaurant where meals are 400 to 900 Vatu. Exchange Rates.

First surveyed: Not done.
Last updated: June 2011 by Andreas and Isabelle.

Visitor Ratings for Nisa Sunset Bungalows Rate it
Date Ratings Comments
17/04/2015 Standard


This relatively large bungalow has a verandah that looks out over the water. Each morning this is where breakfast was served consisting of freshly cooked bread, tea or coffee as well as sweet sweet pomplemousse (grapefruit). While lunch and dinner were usually a beautifully prepared dish of fish with local green vegetables (Island cabbage, green beans) or root vegetables (taro or manioc) served with grapefruit juice. If you are as lucky as I was to have a traveling buddy that loves to spear fish you might just be fortunate enough to be served lobster, rainbow runner steaks or as fresh as you can get, battered fish and chips. Credit really should be given to Harold and his family for consistently preparing such beautiful dishes. The standout of this bungalow is the attached bathroom. With a sand beach floor and sliced tree trunk stepping ‘stones’ that lead to a flushing toilet and a shower, all of which is enclosed by a bamboo fence. Although, there are a few cracks, these will be covered s
20/11/2011 Standard


The situation of the bungalows cannot be beaten. They are spacious and have a sheltered veranda with the beach about 30 metres away and the constant sound of the surf on the reef.It is on the edge of the village and hardly anyone comes along the beach.There is a small 'hole'in the reef to wallow in at all tides and one can walk out to the reef to snorkel.
Sitting on the veranda looking out to sea was just perfect. Meals are served on the veranda.
Adele with her partner Jan looked after us exceptionally well. The food was plentiful and when we asked for more vegetables and more coconut cream they were provided.
There is a good bucket shower and bucket flush toilet. There was no electricity at the time though there is a soar panel and they were trying to get it to work. We used candles.(No generator). Transfer from the airport takes about 90 minutes and costs about 1000 vatu per person.
03/11/2008 Standard


21/05/2008 Standard


Had the time of my life. The people were fantastic, it ended up feeling like home. Did not want to leave. Would recommend it to anyone.
27/12/2006 Standard


A beautiful place run by very nice locals. They were accomodating and welcomed our group as if we were family. Accomodations are very simple. Food is plentiful, yet limited to the season. I would visit again!

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