Lonely Planet review
Just across the passage from Uepi Island, this well-regarded ecolodge exudes a Melanesian family atmosphere. Guests are accommodated in a large wooden house with three basic rooms. There are also a few bungalows right on a little stretch of sand, offering more privacy. The shared ‘mangrove toilet’ is something that has to be used to be believed (you’ll see). Food is copious and varied. Sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling are top-notch – there’s even a manta rays’ cleaning station just a short swim away. Boat transfers to Seghe airstrip cost S$1100/700/570 for one/two/three people. Cash only.
Our independent authors have visited Charapoana Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Marovo Lagoon.