Lonely Planet review
Just across the passage from Uepi island, this rustic place exudes a Melanesian family atmosphere. Amiable owner Katrey and his family accommodate guests in a large, well-built bungalow with four rooms overlooking a narrow strip of beach (aim for the room that's the closest to the lapping waves). Food is copious and surprisingly varied.
The 'mangrove toilet', if not exactly eco-friendly, is something to be used to be believed (watch your bum, darling…). Various activities are on offer, including village visits, bushwalks, snorkelling and picnic trips. You can dive at Uepi Island Resort if it's not full - it's a two-minute boat ride away.