Dining, Conferences, Touring


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Three meals a day are served in Namatanai Lodge's spacious Malah Restaurant. It is normally configured to seat twenty but there is plenty of room for more seats.

The day starts with the choice of the free continental breakfast or the cooked breakfast (K39.60). Lunch (K39.60) and dinner (K53.90) are fixed menu; guests with special dietary requirements should talk to reception.

The kithen can also supply guests on the go with snacks or packed lunches.

Ice water, soft drinks, tea and coffee are served with meals. No alcohol is served in the Lodge.

Conferences and Meetings

Namatanai Lodge has a range of interesting and varied larger spaces ideal for conferences and meetings. The lounge is largest; the dining room, and the breezeway between the twin share rooms are good sized spaces too, and there are other small spaces in garden settings (right).

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These areas make the Lodge an excellent venue for large and small gatherings with plenty of flexibility for break-out or special interest groups, and for individual relaxation and privacy.

Call for more information or to book: phone: +675 7162 6409. Or email.

Rooms Services Daily

All rooms are serviced daily by our staff. Any guest with special requirements should speak to reception.

13-10-02 I'm going there! Surfing near Namatanai


Laundry service is available at a small extra charge.

Tours and Hire Cars

We can help you either from our own resources or by putting you in touch with trusted operators. Surfing and fishing are outstanding in the area. Namatanai Lodge owns an excellent surfing and fishing beach and reef and has access to others through friendly competitors.

Surfing or fishing? Ask us first!

Call for Information or to Book

Call for information or to book: phone: +675 7162 6409. Or email.

13-08-13 Night fishing

The fire on the beach serves as a beacon for the fishermen swimming in the dark waters and serves again for barbecuing the catch later; cleaning the fish and "kindam" (lobsters); the night's take in a couple of hours fishing.  A night fishing tour for small groups of guests is under development..

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