The unique cultural and geographical environment of Uepi Island enables varied and interesting leisure activities around the Marovo Lagoon.
Village Trips: Uepi considers itself privileged to be able to offer excellent trips to local villages with their carvings, custom dancing, village life, children’s songs and war dances.
Carving Village Tours: The carvers of the Marovo Lagoon are renowned for their quality carvings. Materials include kerosene wood, shell-inlay, black coral, queen ebony and king ebony.
Jungle Trails: The island itself is covered in rainforest right down to the high-water mark. There is a system of well prepared and mapped out walking trails.
Beach Picnics:The picturesque Landoro beaches on the other end of Uepi are a must to relax on. Enjoy a picnic lunch. Take your snorkelling gear too.
Coconut Crab Walking:A short canoe trip at night into the jungle to see a threatened species.
Snorkelling: Fringing reef, steep drop-offs, lagoonal coral bommies... all teeming with colourful tropical fish and invertebrate life. Uepi snorkelling is as good as it gets.
Fishing: There is excellent fishing around the lagoon. Check out the open waters for Sailfish, Yellow-Fin Tuna, Mackerel or Barracuda along the drop-offs and passages.
Photo by Oceania Films/Matt Guest
Kayaking: 3-4 day kayak tours operate from the resort around the beaches, smooth water lagoon and oceanic coral reefs surrounding Uepi Island. No experience necessary