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“So much sealife”
Review of Marovo Lagoon

Marovo Lagoon
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Marovo
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Owner description: Many uninhabited islands, and tweny inhabited, dot Marovo Lagoon, the world's largest lagoon at 140 km.
Reviewed 10 August 2014

Fish soup, Fish in all colours, Reef Sharks, Lion Fish, Trevally, Mullett, Gorgeous Clownfish and so much more..... you have to see it to believe it!

1  Thank Mel S
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Reviewed 20 May 2014

Lovely, small resort catering to divers, snorkelers, kayakers. Great staff, great diving, great food!

2  Thank Linnea F
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Reviewed 25 April 2014

lots of fish life, easy snorkeling or viewing. Protected from waves and fishing is not allowed on the local reefs as the resort has an arrangement with the local owners. this means you see lots of fish and sealife

3  Thank rlnrt
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Reviewed 14 April 2014

This beautiful area will be of interest to anyone who has studied WW II in the South Pacific. Seghe Airport on New Georgia was originally built by the Japanese. Diving from Uepi Resort was extraordinary. A day trip of diving from the resort took us farther around this huge lagoon to a wrecked fishing boat, an extraordinary reef, a hidden sinkhole, a twisting ride through a mangrove lined "canoe passage" and a dive on a P38 Fighter off the Seghe runway.

3  Thank Barbara O
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Reviewed 5 November 2013

Beautiful waters with abundant fish life. If you snorkel or scuba there are many many places to explore. There are old war plane wrecks, wrecked fishing boats, and others just waiting for you to come and see them. While we were there the waters were always inviting.

3  Thank JoChappy
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