This eco-friendly resort offers the adventure traveller a unique opportunity to explore this remote and undiscovered island. Experience the local culture, warm friendly island people and uncompromising, eternal beauty. The traditional bamboo and palm bungalows are set on the resort’s pristine private bay, only a few steps to the beach 

Discover this Paradise Island
Guests have exclusive use of the beach, to enjoy the natural splendour of this unique, unspoilt landscape. Extensive views of the surrounding jungle, idyllic calm waters, reef breaks and exquisite sunsets.

The Café serves delicious traditional meals prepared fresh daily in the café kitchen.

Activities include snorkeling trips to Picnic Island; Highland village walking tours; Bird and Wildlife watching; Island exploring by Canoe or Boat charter; Traditional basket weaving; Coconut harvesting; Swimming, Snorkeling and fishing in the resorts exclusive bay; finding Nemos! Very few tourists have swum in these pristine waters, strolled on these palm lined beaches or trekked through these noisy jungles.

How to get there
Yet to be discovered by “Lonely Planet”, Kaolo Sunset Resort is located on San Jorge Island. Solomon Airways flies weekly to Jajao Airstrip, and then it is a scenic 2 hour boat ride to the resort. IDC shipping has a passenger and cargo ship that comes to Kaevanga Port on the mainland island of Isabel twice a week, 5 min boat transfer to Kaolo Sunset Resort. 

2 traditional bungalows (4 rooms) sleeps up to 8 people
Private bathrooms – solar hot water showers, flush toilets
Double $300 per night Single $165 per night
Ask about our specials for group bookings
Price on application for transfers to and from Jajao
Linen supplied Meals extra 

Bookings & Enquiries
Phone: +677 25358 Mobile: +677 7478246 
Email: commerce@commerce.gov.sb

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