This place was amazing. The largest uninhabited island in the South Pacific and such friendly people. This is a very small scale ecotourism operation so only 15 people stay at once. Great custom leaf house accommodation, locally produced food (excellent fish) and the snorkeling was incredible. This is a conservation project set up to conserve the island so the guides are well trained in pointing out wildlife etc. We took our two young children (1 and 3) and they also had a great time. Very child friendly. Its pretty basic accommodation though so dont expect resort style standards. Low key, wixing with locals and the highlight is the wilderness old growth rainforest and pristine reefs.
- Also Known As:
- Tetepare Island Eco-Lodge Solomon Islands/Munda