Tetepare Island Eco Resort is located at the western end of the largest uninhabited island in the South Pacific. Undoubtedly, it is one of the Solomon's best conservation jewels, with unlogged rain forests, leather back turtles, dugongs and other rare wildlife. The local material bungalows are attached to a research station staffed by local guides and on occasion by scientists. Tetepare Island Eco-lodge provides accommodation in traditional Melanesian leaf houses which were built by Tetepare Descendant Association (TDA) members .The station area covers about 12 square kilometers which supports pristine lowland rain forest and rich inshore marine areas. Tetepare is recognized both nationally and internationally for it's conservation significance and archaeological sites.
Rangers can organise numerous trips by boat departing from the field station each day. Activities include snorkelling, picnics and forest walks, beach walks, bird watching and river visits, crocodile lake, various tabu sites and swim with dolphins. Guests can also pay to visit conservation areas seasonally including turtle hatcheries, turtle tagging, coconut crab monitoring, bat habitats and dugong. Costs vary for each destination as this involves boat transport from $100- $1400 per trip for up to 6 guests.