Inside Yellow BungalowInside Yellow Bungalow
Un paraíso más en la aldea de Yasawa
3 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
1 baño
3 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
1 baño
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Niños
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Todas las comidas incluidas en las tarifas. Tanto la recogida y la caída en barco desde su ferry o hidroavión están incluidos en las tarifas. Inolvidable hospitalidad del pueblo, bungalow frente al mar, impecable playa de arena blanca con pequeñas islas frente a la costa, en una remota isla virgen de Nacula en Yasawa. Hasta 4 personas pueden alojarse en este bungalow.

Disponible para huéspedes

Todo bungalow frente a la playa es sólo para usted.


Servicios
Elementos básicos
Desayuno
Se admiten mascotas
Apto para familias y niños

Precios
Personas adicionales $43 / noche después del primer huésped
Descuento por semana: 14%
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Reglas de la casa

- Todos los visitantes deben traer un sevusevu (raíz de kava) y presentarlo al jefe de la aldea.


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Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 2 noches

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Perfil de usuario de Owen
Agosto de 2017
*PLEASE READ BEFORE GOING* All in all, the trip is an amazing experience, it is great value for money and the people there are incredibly nice. The location is amazing, but I must express my ETHICAL CONCERNS upon procedures of the homestay. Firstly, I am concerned that the profits earned from the operations are not being fairly distributed. For example, A girl took us hiking and thaima(timer) instructed us to pay her 5 dollars which i was more than happy to do. Later, I asked if she gets to keep the money, in which she replied no. I have a suspicion that thaima kept the funds for herself when it would only be fair for the girl who took us hiking to keep all the funds. Secondly, I am concerned that perhaps there is over-charging occuring for the activities. 1. On the sheet, it said 40 fjd per person for deep sea fishing, instead i was charged 30 dollars per hour, and 100 dollars for 3 hours by 2 different people. Coupled with this, thaima said she was unhappy about me talking to hanrai(henry) myself about a fishing trip, which is what everyone in the village recommended. I cannot see any valid reason as to why she would be unhappy apart from her wanting to form or retain a monopoly on guest activities, with thaima pushing me to go with tsulu ( her husband) instead. 2. The cave trip was said to be 35 entry per person and 25 dollars per boat. Instead of being charge 25 dollars for the boat we were charged 25 each! 3. my observation about the entertainment, 9 people in a group attended an entertainment show and instead of having the 100 dollars divided by 9 which is what the sheet said, they ended up being divided into two groups one of which paid 100/4=25 and the other paying 100/5=20. To cut a long story short, i am just concerned that perhaps there is some greed going on with the governing family for the homestay activities, being thaima and sulu, but cannot confirm such greed. I would just like everyone in the village to be aided by homestay peoples and would not like the friendly, fijian culture of the village to be ruined by a culture of overcharging. All in all though, it was an amazing stay and would definitely recommend it to others.

Perfil de usuario de Frank
Julio de 2017
Awesome place to stay for adventurous travelers! Communication was great, everything was exactly as described. You are allocated to one of the three villages on Nacula island, three meals and an afternoon tea are provided and the villagers can take you to the local school or up the surrounding hills. The nearby beach is stunning and we sincerely enjoyed our stay despite the minimal equipment. What feels really bad though is to see the pollution with plastic garbage -- "bury or burn" is in practice as bad as it sounds and does not work well. When talking with the locals, this was not seen as a major problem. It is nevertheless for the environment and for the touristic experience. We sincerely hope garbage treatment gets more attention; this wonderful place, its people, flora, fauna and visitors deserve it.

Perfil de usuario de Nicole
Mayo de 2017
Perfect little place for the littles. We stayed 2 days at Navotua Homestay with 2 young kids 1 and 6years old. The huts were clean and the villagers attended to all our needs. Sawailau caves were just a short 10 mins boat ride across and you can be there early or stay on later to beat the crowds. During low tide, the whole sea bed appears and we had fun exploring neighbouring islands on foot, or just a short swim away. We were there during the school holidays, so all the kids were home. Therefore, our kids got the chance to play with them and interact with them. The little one was smothered with love, not only by the ladies also by the kids and men. Special thanks to Kelera who took special care of our older son. And Mela and Taima for taking care of our everyday needs and meals.

Perfil de usuario de Kc
Marzo de 2017
This is an honest review as I feel like there's alot of things to say about the property. Communication- the communication was great. Dakua responded well to our messages. The place picked us up from the island where we stayed nearby for free (although the boat man asked for some money, good thing I remembered it was free) Check in- There wasn't any problem checking in as we were welcomed by one of the village leaders but it got a bit weird when they've offered a welcome dance and wanted us to pay for it. The Property- yes, it is exactly what it looks like in the pictures. No electricity here though so please bring some repellent with you. Food- I had a bit of a problem with the food. Sometimes its terrible and sometimes its good. The thing is, you will be served by different families everyday so you don't really know what's coming. Sometimes its just a plate full of carbohydrates and sometimes they will give you a bit of fish. So if you're a bit picky with food maybe bring some food with you like canned tuna or something if ever the food isn't enough. They give you some cakes with afternoon tea though, which is really good. Water is also free. The surroundings- Snorkelling is amazing here and on the islands nearby. You can hire the boat if you wanna get to the cave or the "honeymoon"island. Overall it was good. Thanks for letting us stay, Dakua!

Perfil de usuario de Patrycja
Marzo de 2017
As written you have a lot of insects in your house aspacially the gecos they are noisy at night . Bath and shower are outside. The 3 meals are very tradisional, sometimes questionaible. The 4 hours drive to the island was lousy. But we still like this place it was nice expirience.

Perfil de usuario de Andrea
Enero de 2017
Amazing place, it's calm, beautiful and relaxing. People are very nice and friendly. The food is good. It's a good way to learn the Fijian culture on a island. You just need to get used to the rain water and the food ! You will have the opportunity to drink the famous kava with everybody. The only one problem is that people will ask you to paid for the welcoming dance, the cave, the transfer by boat (ferry to island), the kava bowl, snorkelling mask. Few things was supposed to be free at the beginning and others less expensive. The price is often different for everybody.

Perfil de usuario de Keltie
Diciembre de 2016
Staying in the village was one of our highlights of our trip. The people are so welcoming and happy. They are always willing to listen and help if anything happens. We spent two nights of relaxation and Fiji time. They looked after us very well, including regular meals. It was a great way to experience traditional Fiji and take a break from technology and the busy main land.

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Navotua, FiyiSe registró en Diciembre 2013
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