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Zipolo Habu Resort

Located on Lola Island in Vona Vona Lagoon in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands, Zipolo Habu Resort is the lost paradise of your childhood dreams. Nestled within a perfect blue lagoon and fringed by white sands and tall green palms, Zipolo Habu truly reflects a quintessential island paradise, offering a range of accommodation options to suit a variety of budgets and group sizes. While Zipolo Habu Resort is known for their specialty of sports- fishing in the lagoon or beyond the reef, they can also arrange diving, surfing or tours to many outstanding sites all close by.

All Rooms Feature:

  • Fan cooled
  • No TV’s in rooms
  • Ocean Views
  • Kitchenette facilities

Traditional Leaf Bungalow (Shared Facilities): There are two Traditional Leaf Bungalows on the property, with each having a kitchenette, bar fridge and gas stove.  There is a large covered verandah to wile away the hours, but please note these rooms have SHARED toilet/hot water shower facilities.  240 volt power works the lights and fans during the approximate hours of 11:00am-11:00pm.

Small Semi-Deluxe Bungalow (Shared Facilities): The cozy Semi-Deluxe Bungalow is the closest room type to the restaurant and has a kitchenette, bar fridge and single burner gas stove.  There is an intimate verandah and reading lights and fans with 24 hour power. Please note these rooms have SHARE toilet/hot water shower facilities.

Large Semi-Deluxe Bungalow (Shared Facilities): The roomy Semi-Deluxe Bungalow has a kitchenette, bar fridge and gas burner stove.  There is a large covered verandah in the front and a small covered verandah off the back bedroom. Please note these rooms have SHARE toilet/hot water shower facilities. There is 24 hour power for bedroom fans and lights.

Deluxe Bungalow: The Deluxe Bungalow is situated over the beach, with 24 hour power, and is very private. The ensuite has a view of the moon, with hot and cold fresh rainwater, a kitchenette with a bar fridge and a single burner gas stove.

Large Deluxe Bungalow: The Large Deluxe Bungalow is situated over the beach with a sitting area that opens onto a large verandah. There is a full size kitchen, 24 hour power for the wall fans and reading lights, and an ensuite with a hot soft rain water shower. There is a beautiful view over the lagoon to an extinct volano.


Waterfront Cafe: At the end of the day, the waterfront cafe is a great place to kick back and soak up the atmosphere. Catch your favourite sporting match on the satellite television, enjoy a cold drink and a snack or just watch the sun set over the lagoon.

Zipolo Habu dining is based on the freshest ingredients the region has to offer. They love to provide international food, infused with local flavours through local cooking techniques. Obviously, seafood is their absolute specialty – whether it be barbecued crayfish, cuttlefish soup, chilli mud crab or sashimi tuna. Often, the local fishermen catch it and it’s on the table within hours. They also love to prepare your own catch of the day to your liking as we all know that what we catch ourselves always tastes the best.

Alternatively, there are basic kitchenette facilities in the rooms so you can prepare your own simple meals if you prefer.  As local markets can be unpredictable, we advise you to bring vegetables from either the Honiara or Gizo markets and catch or purchase from the plentiful supply of seafood readily available at Lola Island.


  • Bar
  • Cafe

Additional Information

Check In: To meet flights, subject to availability
Check Out: To meet flights, subject to availability

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