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Best way to see the Solomons

The best and most economical way to see this place is to book yourself onto Paradise Cruises 60... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2018
Wendy W
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Balingup, Australia
Loved it.

A good group of family-run hostels in the area that work together. It is a good place to hang... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2018
Sean R
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Melbourne, Australia
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Many uninhabited islands, and tweny inhabited, dot Marovo Lagoon, the world's largest lagoon at 140 km.
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Uepi, Solomon Islands
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Hello Everybody ! The boat is quite old , eventhough well maintened , it´s not luxury at all .Food was good , but again , not special : we had lobster only the last night . The Solomon are an incredible destination, but unfortunately I...More

Thank claisrailev
Reviewed 30 June 2018

The best and most economical way to see this place is to book yourself onto Paradise Cruises 60 foot yacht. You get to go to the best places and all your transport and activities are included. Gavin and Luciana are excellent hosts and know the...More

1  Thank Wendy W
Reviewed 11 April 2018

A good group of family-run hostels in the area that work together. It is a good place to hang around and I wish I had more time there. The things to see under the water - first class. Best snorkelling by myself in the wilds...More

2  Thank Sean R
Reviewed 20 January 2018

These are beautiful waters full of interesting creatures -- amazing,colorful fish and turtles and rays galore

1  Thank Bozotraveller
Reviewed 16 January 2018

We arrived at Marovo Sea Lodge after 7 FABULOUS days & nights in Ramata at the Mavo Eco Lodge.(highly recommended) It was a unique setting with the Main Lodge & 3 traditional huts all on stilts over the water in a lagoon 5mins from Chulula?sp?...More

Thank Michele W
Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

Unfortunately this guys are trying to rip off all the travellers. We had a deal and a price list on our second day at Marovo Sea Lodge but at the end of the holiday the presented a bill double as much as we supposed to...More

Thank Noemi C
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

The Lagoon is a wonderful, warm, calm and pristine environment, with abundant sea life, beautiful reefs, and quiet islands.

1  Thank Phil K
Reviewed 2 March 2017

Had a fantastic stay at Marovo Sea Lodge. You will stay in small huts on a family's property - Jeremiah and Dixon are your hosts, they are mentioned in several reviews. The food was fantastic, and Jeremiah and Dixon will happily arrange activities for you....More

7  Thank Jill S
Reviewed 1 October 2016

The lagoon is a scuba divers paradise. The water temp ranges between 26 - 30c and has amazing visibility up to 50m. Pelagics, macro, reefs, walls and wrecks. This place has it all and is very accessible from Uepi Island Resort by boat. If you...More

5  Thank GavsAdventures
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Kopikorapa is a small private owned lodge on a private island, near Uepi resort. It's basically a local older man (James) who is trying to get an accommodation lodge up and running at his own house, with help of family and friends, but he's not...More

4  Thank Bruce S
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