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The house reef is very unique. There is a channel that is adjacent to the house reef and while doing the house reef, I saw a school of bump head parrotfish, an eagle ray and a bunch of sharks. The reefs were pristine. Expect current....More
Four of us visited Uepi in Sept -Oct 2017, two Canadians & two Australians. We are very experienced and well traveled fish fanatics. We have been to Fiji, The Cook Islands, Vanuatu, French Polynesia, Hawaii and most of the Caribbean Islands. So we have a...More
The remoteness of Uepi Island Resort and the "adventure" of getting there from Honiara via a small plane and open boat only adds to it's charm.
Accommodation is basic (no hot water, TV or A/C) but very clean and comfortable.
The food is excellent and...More
The resort did not meet us at the airport for transfers as arranged, the staff lost a part of my dive gear, and I discovered a metal top for a large pepper grinder in my evening meal. That’s not the worst , the owners of...More
Solomon Islands had been on the bucket list for a while, we finally booked a trip through an Australian dive travel agency with a combination of 7 nights Uepi and 8 nights Wilderness lodge (see separate review).
From Europe you fly in via Singapore or...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 ...