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Self-Contained Bungalows

For your Vanuatu holiday accommodation, choose between spacious self-contained private bungalows and lodge rooms accommodation with bed & breakfast package at Worawia resort.

You could live here all year round...
Our private holiday self-contained bungalows were Ni-Vanuatu inspired and built the traditional way. With thatched bamboo walls, polished wooden floors and exposed ceiling beams, plus modern kitchen facilities and bathroom conveniences...it can easily be your home away from home.

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The bungalows at Worawia resort face swimming pool area, while the lodge faces Feast House

Although English is the official language of Vanuatu, you will also find many people speaking French, too. Some of Worawia staff also speak French language.

At Worawia resort we prefer to have a small, intimate resort where the waits are a little shorter, the service is a bit more personal, and the chance of being treated like family (rather than customers) is more than a little likely. So we have only one family bungalow and three regular bungalows. All bungalows, or Fares (pronounced Faahr-rays) as they are known locally, are self-contained, for a home-away-from-home (self-catered) holiday. Plus we have recently added a spacious lodge building, where you can enjoy bed & breakfast accommodation.

All bungalows and dorm rooms are cleaned every day and linen is changed every second day. A laundry service (for a modest fee) is also available upon request. See our Resort Facilities page.

FAMILY Bungalow - Bungalow One

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Family Bungalow

The Family Bungalow has 3 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge room with kitchenette and traditionally styled verandah with deck chairs. The main bedroom has a double bed, while the other two have double-decker single bunk beds. The bungalow can sleep up to 6 people. All bedrooms have wardrobes (closets) for hanging your clothing. The kitchen and lounge room in this bungalow also feature 4 large, hand painted individual theme murals on each of the 4 walls. The paintings were done by a local artist.

For full information about this bungalow go to Family Bungalow page.

REGULAR Bungalow – Bungalow Two

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Bungalow Two
The Regular Bungalow Two has one bedroom, bathroom, lounge room with kitchenette and verandah facing the swimming pool. The bungalow can sleep 3 people. The bedroom has a double bed and wardrobe, with a single sofa bed in the kitchenette/lounge room. This bungalow is overlooking the resort's swimming pool.

See more about this bungalow accommodation, including bungalow facilities on our Bungalow Two page.

REGULAR Bungalow – Bungalow Three

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Bungalow Three
The Regular Bungalow Three has one bedroom, a bathroom, lounge room with kitchenette and a verandah facing the swimming pool. The bungalow can sleep up to 4 people. The bedroom has a double bed and wardrobe, while double-decker single bunk beds are in the lounge room. This bungalow is overlooking the pool.

More information about this bungalow accommodation and its facilities can be found on Bungalow Three page.

COUPLES Bungalow – Bungalow Four

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Bungalow Four
As the name suggests, this self-contained bungalow doubles as Honeymoon Bungalow. It has one bedroom with a double bed and wardrobe, bathroom, lounge room with kitchenette and a verandah facing the swimming pool. There are two arm chairs in the lounge room. Ideal for couples or honeymooners. Overlooking the pool area.

Full details about this bungalow accommodation and facilities are on Bungalow Four page.

LODGE Building – Bed & Breakfast

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The Lodge building

Worawia Lodge has 4 rooms. One of the rooms has a double bed and is designated for couples. The 3 other rooms each have double-decker single bunk beds, allowing up to 4 people to sleep in each room. A large communal kitchen has two large tables and 14 chairs and a large refrigerator. There are two sets of bathrooms, which are marked male and female when there is a mixed group of people staying there. In the front of the building is a large sun deck, where the guests can relax and enjoy a drink or sun tan.

You will find more details about lodge rooms accommodation on the Lodge page.

Floorplans

View individual floorplans for each bungalow and the lodge, as well as the resort at our Floorplans gallery. Or, just view the resort plan on this page.

  WORAWIA RESORT IN VANUATU

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Resort

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Worawia

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Bungalow One
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Bungalow Four
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Lodge
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