Lonnoc Beach Bungalows

  For a Totally 'Local' Experience
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spiritu Santo, Vanuatu                   

 

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Lonnoc  means "white sand" in the local dialect. Adjacent to the renowned Champagne Beach of cruise ship fame, Lonnoc also  has a cool fresh water spring that bubble through the powder fine sand, creating strata of coolth in the warm sea of Lonnoc Bay.  Just 3.5k away lies Elephant Island with reputedly some of the best deep dives and snorkelling in Espirito Santos.

Lonnoc Beach Bungalows are located just sixty kilometers from Pekoa Airport. Owner Kalmer is also principal of the on site hospitality school so guests can expect diligent and enthusiastic service...   or else!!!.

The bungalows are authentic "Vatu Style", quaint, clean and comfortable.

If you are looking for tranquility, beauty and a place to chill, it is here.  That does not mean you can't enjoy the free kayaking, great snorkelling, or if you want to trawl for barracuda or dive off the shelf at Elephant Island, we will organise that for you.

 

The Vocor Family are very friendly and hospitable.  They will do just about anything to make your stay a memorable one.

While staying in one of the bungalows, which are strategically located  about thirty meters from  Lonnoc Bay, you can choose to go swimming or snorkeling in the nearby reefs, or you may also try kayaking. And if not one of the options mentioned seem to be of interest, you may just want to relax on the beautiful sandy beach, or have us organise one of the many tours available for you to experience the local culture and people.

Kayaks are conveniently available for use of their guests free of charge! (except Bamboo Bungalow) .


Kalmer's restaurant and bar are open to their guests and the public all through the day to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. 
 The bar serves beer, wine, exotic cocktails and mocktails.
 

Kalmer House, the Lonnoc Beach Bungalows conference room is situated right next to the restaurant, and can hold up to 50 persons. It can be converted in to a dormitory for affinity groups.