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Add on an experience that will make your South Pacific Holiday even more memorable! We have a selection of our best holiday experiences below, that can be added to any of our packaged holiday deals. 

Fishing at Uepi

Uepi Island Resort have deliberately resisted the lure of commercial gains from high profile game fishing and have conserved the fish stocks and protection of reef areas. Using only outboard powered aluminium or fiberglass boats, Wahoo, barracuda, trevally and mackerel are most commonly caught.

Olasana Island Snorkelling Trip

Snorkeling is not only fantastic at the in-house reef at Sanbis Resort! Sanbis Resort has a lease on a beautiful nearby island guaranteeing you privacy and a great day out. We have built a small grass hut with a BBQ area where you can get marooned for the day. Tour departs from Sanbis Resort.

Rainforest River Trip

Take a boat ride to one of the tidal rivers that run through lowland rainforest and experience, firsthand, this unique environment – home to rare freshwater fish, exotic tropical birds and saltwater crocodiles.

Skull Island Visit

Skull Island Visit – for those interested in local history take a trip to nearby Skull Island to visit the shrine of the local warrior chiefs and get a taste of the unique past of the area.

Surf Boat Charter

Generally, there are three usually good breaks: Titiana (LH), Paelongge (RH) and Outside Naru (RH). Titiana is about 13 minutes from Sanbis by boat, Paelongge about 20 minutes and Naru about 7 minutes. The best time for surf is during the Australian cyclone season but best is between November and end of April when we have N/NW winds. Tour departs from Sanbis Resort.


The Solomon Islands played host to some of the fiercest battles of WWII and many remnants of that era still exist today. Close by you can see, amongst other things, a fully intact US Tank, Japanese bunker systems, an underground clinic,
140mm shore battery guns and a sunken Japanese freighter.

We know the South Pacific like the frond of every palm