Papatura Island retreat
        
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Retreat Bungalow Surfing Fishing
Enjoy Papatura Island Retreat, Solomon's newest holiday destination and Santa Isabel's first world standard tourism project. Relax in your beachfront bungalow with warm tropical waters lapping the white sand beach on metres from your deck. Papatura boasts excellent fishing and awesome surfing, world class reefs for snorkelling, some great tropical rainforest walks and a true culture experience unspoilt by mass tourism. Papatura Island Retreat is your island getaway and is quickly being known as one of the Pacific's most sought after secret spots to step off the map and leave behind the worries of the modern world. Pure isolation.

We have 4 types of bungalows.

Each is located on or near the beachfront and have a gorgeous views of the beach, the wide bay out the front and Isabel mountain range with wild sunsets at dust. They are tucked away between the coco palms, orchids and local plants and there’s no better way to fall asleep then to hear the gentle lapping of waves on the beach.

They are all constructed using traditional materials like sago leaf and wild beetle nut, all have large decks and are fitted out using LED lighting, inner spring mattresses and mossie nets.

No Crowds guaranteed
with a max of 12 surfers for the majority of your stay
Solomon's premier surf retreat with 10 + waves, quality boats with safety gear and trained guides to put you in the right spot. Our local breaks vary on tides but all turn on when the conditions are right. There are waves to suit all standards of surfers and we have plenty of surfboards and long boards available for use if you're not travelling with one. Surfing in the Solomon Islands is all about getting away from the crowds we can guarantee it.
We are geared up to offer all types of fishing. Bottom and reef fishing, trolling, popping and there's some great river fishing in the area. In the short time we've been there we have landed, sail fish, shark, sweet lip, coral trout and cod, job fish, king fish, Trevally, Wahoo, mackerel, barracuda, wrasse and some big snapper. The rivers boast huge Mangrove Jacks, Spot Tail Bass and Ox Eye Hearing. Please come over and add to the list.