The Last Wild Island

To book a stay at the Tetepare Island Ecolodge, click here


$450 SBD per person (2011) increasing to $500 SBD in January 2012 (previously confirmed 2012 bookings will be honoured at the 2011 rate).  To check the latest currency conversion rates, click here

The daily package includes

-Accommodation in a traditional leaf house including  bed linen and mosquito net
-Your own local guide who will accompany you on rainforest walks, snorkelling and other activities and share their expert local knowledge with you  
-All non-boat activities (activities that involve boat use incur a charge to cover fuel costs)

Child Rate- Children 2 yrs and under are free, 3-12 yrs are charged at 50%

All non-descendants visiting Tetepare are charged a one-time conservation fee of $100 SBD.  This fee goes towards supporting the conservation programs on the island.


Tetepare-Munda $1450 SBD/$150 AUD for up to 3 guests
Tetepare-Munda $1900 SBD/ $250 AUD for 4-6 guests
Tetepare-Ughele $850 SBD/$105 AUD up to 6 guests
Tetepare-Lola $1650 SBD/$200 AUD up to 6 guests
Tetepare-Noro $1750 SBD/$215 AUD up to 6 guests
Tetepare-Uepi $1950 SBD/$240 AUD up to 6 guests
Tetepare-Seghe/Matikuri $1500 SBD/$185 AUD up to 6 guests


Shared transfers may be available if other guests are transferring on the same day. Please contact the TDA office to find out if/when shared transfers are available.

Tetepare is a remote uninhabited island and is harder to reach than many common tourist destinations.  Intrepid visitors with a keen sense of adventure will be rewarded for their efforts by close encounters with wildlife such as turtles, dugongs, giant rainforest trees, huge bump-headed parrotfish and harmless reef sharks.    TDA endeavours to keep the cost of transfers as low as possible for guests. These prices cover the cost of petrol and the boat drivers wage. Transfer cost will be discounted for guests who book for 7 or more nights at the Tetepare Eco-lodge. If you are on a tight budget, one of the cheapest ways to get to Tetepare from Honiara is to catch the Bikoi Ferry from Honiara to the town of Ughele on Rendova Island and arrange for the Tetepare boat to pick you up from there. The ferry trip is a long trip of about 24 hours, however is cheaper than the flight, and drops you at a town closer to Tetepare than Munda, thus saving you money on the transfer.

Activity Prices
Most activities not requiring a boat are free, such as snorkelling and wildlife walks. A guide will accompany you during island activities and is included in the all inclusive daily package.

Boat Trip Costs
There are many boat trips available on Tetepare including visits to kastom sites, the crocodile lake, rivers, snorkelling reefs. Additional information and prices available from staff on Tetepare. Some examples include:
Snorkelling in the protected area $100 SBD
Turtle tagging with TDA rangers $350 SB
Raro River Trip $500 SBD
Round the island $800 SBD
Lokuru Village visit $500 SBD

Prices for visiting yachts
The TDA welcomes yachts and sailboats to visit Tetepare, but asks that all people visiting Tetepare on sailing boats pay the $100 SBD/$12 AUD Conservation Fee and follow the TDA visitor code of conduct, including rules prohibiting fishing within the Marine Protected Area. Yatchspeople are also welcome to book accommodation at the ecolodge, and to hire local guides for on- island activities such as bushwalks, wildlife watching trips, kastom site visits and snorkelling trips. Should you wish to stay at the ecolodge or hire guides, we recommend you contact us in advance to ensure rooms and guides are available for you. To read an information sheet for visiting yachts, please click here.
Prices quoted in Australian Dollars (AUD) are a guide only, because exchange rates fluctuate. Prices will be charged in Solomon Island Dollars (SBD). Payments will be accepted in Solomon Dollars, or by advanced bank transfer. Bank transfers will only be accepted if paid at least 10 day before arrival on Tetepare, to allow us to confirm successful transfer of the funds with our bank. To check the latest currency conversion rates, click here
Prices may change without notice.
To book a stay at the Tetepare Island Ecolodge, click here.




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"Thank you very much for a wonderful stay in a unique location. It is a glorious unspoilt island and is a treasure for the Solomons. Its pristine environment is a credit to its caretakers.’’
Geraldine and Tim George, Honiara/Australia,

“One of the best conservation and tourism programs in the Solomon Islands. I wish you well.’’
Mark Ligo

“What a wonderful place with wonderful people. Where in the whole world can you walk through virgin equatorial rainforest and then swim in a lagoon and see turtles, barracuda, bumphead parrotfish, sharks and even dugong, in crystal clear water? Tetepare is unique and will be ever more unique and cherished as much of the world deteriorates environmentally. Congratulations to the TDA for their foresight and commitment and increasingly evident success. The world is indebted to you.’’
Gregory Mackenzie, Sydney Australia,

“Tetepare is a very special place. The snorkelling was out of this world. Had fun watching the turtles and crocodiles. Fantastic food.’’
Debbie Bax, New Zealand

“Tetepare is a very special and beautiful place. Congratulations to everyone for your hard work to conserve it. Don’t give up the fight.’’
Anne-Marie Byrne, Sydney Australia

“What an incredible island! Such an amazing history, landscape and fauna/flora. But above all, the stay is made so special by the enthusiasm, interest, humour and attention to detail of the lovely staff. And of course, the food, which is better than anything in Honiara. The Tetepare project should be an important part of the future of tourism in the Solomons and long may the funding and the support of the Tetepare Descendants’ continue."
William Baron, CBSI





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