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Being located on their own island in Marovo lagoon, Uepi Island Resort truly is in a spectacular part of the world. The diving and snorkelling have to be seen to be believed. I did 5 dives there over a long weekend, and none of them...More
we looked at several other resorts and decide that value for money and for great diving and snorkelling this was where we would go
the accommodation is perfect for this type of holiday, clean comfy and with your own privacy
the food is prepared by...More
I loved Solomon Islands so much when I first visited (around Gizo) that I decided to come back two years later.
Uepi is an eco-resort so don't expect luxurious bungalows from the Conde Nast magazine. It has however it's special charm and it's also nice...More
IT is remote, interesting to get there, it truly is heaven. It is obviously loved by the 'owners' Jill, Grant, Jason and Katie. Who care about the environment and their little place of peace and beauty. There are no TVs, internet reception is a challenge...More
Gem, jewel, treasure .... But above all a quite unique place to stay.
Uepi Resort has evolved over the past 30 + years of Gill and Grant's care and attention into a unique and idyllic divers' and gourmets' retreat half an hour by speedboat from...More
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Air Solomons domestic flights change schedule within day at short notice but don't randomly cancel flights - and Uepi Resort are up to speed on timetable changes, so there's no real reason to fly back before the 12th... More
Air Solomons domestic flights change schedule within day at short notice but don't randomly cancel flights - and Uepi Resort are up to speed on timetable changes, so there's no real reason to fly back before the 12th. However, very occasionally flights are 'full' from previous airports and don't have a place for extra passengers and very occasionally there are technical problems or weather problems (which if really serious aren't limited to just one day). If you like to play it safe there's no harm in planning a spare day in Honiara and/or take out travel insurance to cover the problem (well at least the financial consequences). Depends a bit on how you handle risks in other areas of your life ...