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I would highly recommend staying overnight at Tetepare. The food was delicious! I really loved their fern dish and the snorkelling was just fantastic. The best that I have seen so far. This is a great example of eco-tourism. All the proceeds go to the...More
Coming from PNG, just to be having again showers and flushing toilets seemed a royal comfort. Tetepare descendants really understood that the key to a great future is conservation. And as their slogan says: Man is indeed the only rare creature on Tetepare.
I will start with the only negative. Be careful with the transport booking! The boat costs are meant to be split between all guests but instead of one boat between six. The group sent two boats; one for guests and one for fuel- meaning one...More
This resort is not necessarily for the faint hearted, having said that we had the most spectacular stay and it was a definite highlight. The 'resort' is eco in every sense of the word, there is no electricity in the huts, and its shared meals...More
The Tetepare Descendents' Association (TDA) represents all the customary landowners of Tetepare Island, the largest uninhabited island in the south Pacific. They run an eco-tourism resort on one tip of the unspoiled island. Warfare, magic or famine drove the inhabitants away over a hundred years...More