Eliezer Travel Lodge
Eliezer Travel Lodge is owned by Abraham, a retired teacher from Arep Secondary School.
It is the first bungalow you pass when coming from the airport, a little past the roundabout and then turn left towards the beach.
Accommodation and Food
Eliezer Travel Lodge has one large bungalow with two rooms and two or three smaller bungalows with twin rooms. There are beds for 14 altogether.
The bungalows are half concrete, half-bamboo with Natangura Palm thatch roofs and locking doors (bring your own small padlock). The concrete floor seems to stop fire ants. Mosquito nets are available in some bungalows. There is electric lighting (generator at night) and some of the bungalows have solar lighting. Kerosene lamps are available.
Eliezer Travel Lodge has a modern toilet and shower but the water pressure is usually not enough to take a shower (use buckets). Soap, towels and toilet paper are provided.
Food can be rather ordinary at Eliezer Travel Lodge, as elsewhere in Sola. Dinner is typically rice, tin meat and local vegetables. Breafast is usually tea or 3-in-1 coffee mix and bread or crackers. You can buy fresh bread in Sola.
Sola walking tour
Visit to Twin Waterfalls
Visit to Masina Beach
Banks handicraft centre