Solomon Islands Hotels Marovo Lagoon
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The Uepi Island Resort is located in a small tropical island perched on the edge of the longest lagoon in the world. At the resort, situated on one of the barrier reef islands which defines the edge of the magnificent Marovo Lagoon, you need share this unique experience of paradise with only a few other people. The opportunities for visitors to experience the culture of local people whilst relaxing in a tranquil environment.
As large as a bungalow, with ensuite shower & separate toilet. It has a spacious kitchenette area (refrigerator, sink, tea/coffee making facilities), a King Size bed and a deck out from the front door. It is not beachfront but has excellent views over the Marovo. Because it is on a slight rise it gets very good breezes & the cross ventilation makes it a cool room. It has an overhead fan. An extra bed can easily be put in this room.
A smaller room with ensuite shower/toilet. Its entrance opens onto a deck but is private from 7A entrance. Currently has a double bed and a single bed. It has an overhead fan and also has good breezes and a beautiful view. It has a small tea/coffee area but no sink. There is a hand basin in the bathroom.
The resort meals are based around fresh local seafood and organically grown fruits and vegetables, prepared by talented local chefs. Uepi Island is approximately 2.5 km long and up to 600 metres wide, and the whole area, aside from the resort's cultivated tropical gardens, is covered with tropical rainforest interspersed with walking tracks.
Guests can participate in a variety of activities or simply relax. The lagoon side of the island has a sandy beach, with clear shallow water suitable for swimming, paddle and sail boarding, and canoeing. Uepi Resort is the only operation on this remote island.
The seaward edge of the island drops into 2,000 metres of water where "The Slot", a deep sea trench, meets Charapoana Passage, one of the few deep water passages from the lagoon. Diving and snorkelling are popular activities along the fringing reef areas. Sites close to the Resort are highly populated with marine life and always exciting, because of the pelagic species which move along Charapoana Passage.