Tulagi Hillview rest house is set on the tropical hills on the western side of Tualgi township. With a 180 degree view of the island overlooking the Tualgi habour, the rest house offers basic rooms with comfort. Established since 2006 and operated by Derek and wife Susan Vagi, they provide visitors a chance to visit historical sites.
Guests have access to a basic, self cater, shared kitchen with a dining area adjacent, or upstairs with a fantastic view of the habour and neighboring islands. An upper level kitchenette is being built to expand services for guests on the second floor.
Meals can be prepared upon request, provided that ingredients of choice are bought.
Activities and tours can be arranged with the host, and this involves visiting the interesting sites and remains of the WWII. Sites like the Japaneses caves, the "Cut" and Protectoral houses are just walking distance.
Tours to the WWII relics is SBD 50-100 for guide and custom fees on land. By boat SBD 150 plus SBD 85 fuel cost.