Cross the famous watery graveyard of Iron Bottom Sound from Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands, and you’ll find a hidden gem for lovers of wrecks and reefs: Tulagi.
The island of Munda, in the Solomon Islands’ Western Province, offers plentiful diverse dive sites, including the Cave of the Kastom Shark.
Diving Munda wrecks and reefs in the Solomon Islands, has something to offer every diver, from marine life to a fascinating slice of WWII history.
Some liveaboards and destinations are so famous that when you do finally visit, it feels almost familiar. Diving the Solomon Islands onboard the Bilikiki was just such an experience.
The Solomon Islands is hosting its second annual dive fest in October in the WWII wreck- and coral-filled waters of the Western Province.
There’s plenty of WWII history to see topside and underwater on both Gizo and New Georgia in the remote Western Province of the Solomon Islands.
The Solomon Islands is a famed dive destination, partially for the World War II wrecks resting within its waters. But with the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Guadalcanal fast approaching, there’s plenty of history to see topside as well.
The Solomon Islands offer a bit of everything, from wrecks to walls, from pygmy seahorses to sharks. Here are our picks for the best diving in the Solomon Islands.
For now, the Solomon Islands hover just at the edge of the radar screen and enjoy a certain amount of anonymity, even among divers.