Because turtles nest year round on the Arnavons it is very likely that you will be able to witness hawksbill hatchlings emerging from their nests. You can also accompany Conservation Officers on the nightly beach patrols on Kerihikapa Island.
Swim and snorkel
The Arnavons supports some of the healthiest and most diverse coral reefs in the world, and Conservation Officers will be happy to accompany you on snorkelling excursions.
Lie in a hammock, read a book, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Fishing is exceptional in the Arnavons and some types of subsistence and recreational fishing are allowed. Troll for Spanish mackerel and dog tooth tuna, dropline on the reef or fly fish for milkfish in Sikapo lagoon.
Cultural Heritage Tours
Recent archaeological surveys at Sikapo Island have uncovered numerous cultural heritage sites that date back many hundreds of years and provide evidence of how the Aranvons were intertwined with the Roviana Headhunting period.
Dig for Megapode eggs
Dig deep down into the sand with the Conservation Officers to harvest Melanesian Megapode eggs.