Discover the undiscovered when you visit the Solomon Islands; a natural untouched landscape waiting to be explored. From cloud rainforest to the crystal turquoise waters of the Pacific, Solomon Islands is an eco-tourist dream.
Above the water, Solomon Islands is filled with WWII history and a diverse Melanesian culture. Below the water is a vast array of reefs, marine life and wrecks with adventure to be found at new depths.
The Solomon Islands are located in the South Pacific between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu and made up of 962 archipelago islands that stretch of 1800 kilometres.
The islands have a population of 600,000 with 337 islands inhabited and majority living in Honiara on Guadalcanal province.
With several direct flights from Papua New Guinea, Australia, Fiji and Vanuatu each week taking only 2-3 hours, it is easy to connect to these islands from the rest of the world.