Stayed here 1 night; they have 3 rooms with a shared bath behind a store/restaurant on the pier of Nalunega Island. Very basic; but the proprietor, staff and the people of this lsiand are very hospitable and nice people. The cabanas are basic, with solar powered lights (LED) and shared bath which is over the water, and very basic. No comforts of home here. BUt worth visiting to experience the culture of these wonderful people. The food served in the restaurant is fresh seafood (fresh catch) daily. We had fresh red Snapper and fresh lobsters which were great. Large helpings of food.