Imagine almost a thousand islands. Coconuts and sago palms, mangroves and orchid flowers. Lush jungle peaks, misty rainforest, brilliant volcanoes, crashing waterfalls. Lagoons, atolls, reefs and tiny islets. Crocodiles, parrots, butterflies, turtles and dolphins. Lying northeast of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the Solomon Islands is one of the last real pieces of South Pacific paradise...the perfect runaway destination for the true traveller wanting to experience a kind of lost world. Pre-European traditions are alive and well here, and the variety of natural attractions is striking.
The Solomon's enjoy a very mild climate with temperatures generally not sinking below 21ºC or rising above 31ºC. The dry season is between April and November but we recommend traveling between the months of July and September when perfect weather is almost guaranteed!
The Solomon Islands is a diver's delight, world renowned for the variety of amazing dives for beginners and experts alike. There are almost a thousand islands with lagoons, atolls, and reefs as well as islands of all sizes
Dive in and meet crocodiles, sharks, turtles and dolphins, dugongs, rays, eels, all kinds of fish, sponges, anemones and coral. Explore not only reefs, coral gardens, drop offs, ledges, gutters and other marine landscapes but also numerous World War II wrecks, including ships and aircraft.
A breathtaking piece of South Pacific paradise, The Solomon’s is a great "active" destination. You can also get into game fishing, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing, knee boarding, or hiking. The Solomon’s will not disappoint!