Experience the Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are an archipelago of 992 tropical islands and atolls, spanning 1,800 kilometres and are virtually unspoiled and untouched with a rich history and culture. These islands are one of the South Pacifics best-kept secrets.

Discover the crystal clears waters of the coral sea, renowned for its remarkable biodiversity and home to thousands of plant and marine species, many that are only known in the Solomons. Providing a visual feast for divers, there is an abundance of remote dive sites to explore. Discover WWII wrecks, unexplored pristine reefs, caverns, lush soft corals, and amazing underwater marine encounters. In some places, you will be the only divers around for miles.

The remote waters around the Solomon Islands team with fish life and are renowned for world-class sport fishing. From its sheer drop-offs to coral lagoons located near one of the richest biological areas on earth, target species including marlin, sailfish, mahi-mahi, giant trevally, wahoo, Spanish mackerel, coral trout, red sea bass and more.