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Both my wife and I spent ten glorious days at Uepi in September of this year (2011). As I had never dived before, I was trained by the local dive masters including the owners Grant and Jill. In the end, I completed 15 dives in...More
My grandmother went there about 10 years ago and she was 80...the people were so loving towards her, it was like paradise, the water was so warm and the fish so exotic. Unfortunately she had a dvd on Uepi and she lost it or lent...More
We went here to dive and relax after a few days at Munda & Tetepare......Uepi was hands down the highlight. Dive sites are close and very good, Grant, Jill & Josh really looked after us.....thank you!! Dive guides were all awesome and geat fun, we...More
For divers who want a romantic getaway in a pristine location, Uepi Island Resort on the Marovo Lagoon is a place to consider. Grant and Jill run a top notch resort. Where in the world can you visit and have coral reefs with 6000 ft...More
A family-run lodge. Older cabins need to be spruced up. The (Australian) family ought to spend a bit more time and energy in getting the place a bit more resort-like. Dinners fabulous. Lunch delivered to your cabin is average, breakfasts a bit monotonous. Alcohol very...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 ...