approximately 7 minutes from the Gizo airstrip by boat, Sanbis Resort offers the premier accommodation in the country, with each bungalow having its own private beach, luxury ensuite bathrooms with hot water and a terrace with a stunning view across the lagoon. The resort boasts the best stocked bar in the West, fantastic meals are prepared by our International Chef and served by our very friendly and trained staff!
Approximately 7 minutes from the Gizo airstrip by boat, Sanbis Resort offers the premier accommodation in the country, with each bungalow having its own private beach, luxury ensuite bathrooms with hot water and a terrace with a stunning view across the lagoon. The resort boasts the best stocked bar in the West, fantastic meals are […]
A leisurely boat trip through the beautiful Vona Vona Lagoon. This is a full day boat trip, packed with wonders and tranquillity. The boat cruise takes you through the peaceful waters of the spectacular, island studded Vona Vona lagoon. You feel as if you’ve traveled back in time to the headhunting era of the Solomon’s […]
The Most Fun, Exciting and Diverse Diving in the World! Gizo, in the Western Province is a “must” on every diver’s calendar as it offers some of the most Exciting diving you will ever experience. The highest number of marine life can be found here in 29 degree and crystal clear waters. You’ll find numerous […]
We regularly have surfers staying at Sanbis resort. Doug Spong (Ex Rip Curl, Billabong and then his own brand Cult) for example just recently stayed at Sanbis and will be back again soon. We also have 3 boards ranging from 6 – 7.5 f in case a board gets offloaded with the airlines. Surfers should […]
All lighting is solar powered, unlike all other resorts our sewerage is treated and the last stage used in our gardens and as a result our reef is still pristine. Despite being an eco responsible place, all our bungalows have (proper) ceiling fans, which run 24 hours a day (at night time on inverters from […]
Fast Boat Charters in the Western Province Lifejackets, Flares, Compass and 25Watt Marine VHF Radios are installed on all our boats. We never get lost …we go places safely! We know where we are going! The only option in the Western Province for fast and reliable boat charter services! At Sanbis Resort we have a […]
The gin clear water opens up an amazing display of sea whips, giant gorgonian fans and an immense display of hard and soft corals. Sharks, pelagic fish, turtles, eagle rays are ever present plus huge schools of reef fish make our dives memorable. The marine life is astounding and so spectacular it has some of […]
Sanbis Resort now has access to a fantastic game boat operated by Noel Hudson (a Kiwi, who has gotten to know the local waters for the last 25 years!). The boat is equipped with outriggers, down rigger, small galley and head and every possible “mod-con” needed to catch fish and have a great time. The […]
An absolutely idyllic place for two couples or a family with two elder children (or even a few “blokes”!… for a fishing or diving holiday – the bungalows are big enough to add a couple of single beds also).
To maintain total exclusivity, the resort has six bungalows, generally limited to 12 guests at any one time. Each bungalow incorporates a modern ensuite bathroom with hot shower, has its own secluded beach and is totally separated from the others. To ensure tranquillity, as of 1st August 2010, Sanbis Resort a “KIDS FREE” haven (no […]
Sitting amidst coastal trees and coconut palm is your Leaf House Villa with its veranda over a tranquil lagoon. Opened in 2005, Sanbis Resort is for the holiday- maker who wants something unique. Enjoy snorkelling in front of your private bungalow in 30 degree waters, join activities provided by Solomon Water sport located at the […]
You do not need to take part in any activities – you can choose to simply relax… However, if you feel like being active… you won’t be bored. Not only do we offer day trips but we can arrange a guided adventure trip for our guests to the famous Arnavon Islands, visit the Japanese abandoned […]