Emmi and Andri and have set up an awesome place here on Una Una. Opened just half a year ago, it is already one of the most popular places to stay in the Togeans. This reputation is well-deserved: the food is tasty and limitless (including Emmi's delicious baked goods), the cabins are cozy and airy, there is a really nice communal atmosphere and centers around common meals and the snorkeling and diving and pristine.
We were new divers and beforehand were a little worried about learning how to dive on a remote islands with no nearby hospital. However, we found that the dive guides were very knowledgeable and extremely attentive.
So, for those of you looking for a remote, somewhat rustic Togean island experience with excellent diving and dinner table story-swapping, this is the place for you. Its only drawback is that the beach and land surroundings are not particularly beautiful (muddy and also with a little ongoing construction associated with the resort development).More