The Solomon Islands has just about everything that a discerning eco-conscious traveler could want from an unforgettable tropical getaway.
Still relatively unknown by many tourists and travellers, the Solomon Islands bring together adventurers looking for WWII history, rich cultural traditions, unique natural wonders and stunningly diverse wildlife. When you’re not enjoying the pure beauty of the unspoilt white sand beaches, take a private yacht out to the clear blue waters to see a spectacular underwater volcano and beautiful protected reefs.
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Almost completely untouched by mainstream tourism
- Diving that has to be seen to be believed; wrecks galore, incredible walls of coral teeming with fish life and heady canyons where the jungle meets the sea
- Eco-tourist’s dream – turtle and dugong conservation
- Meet and learn ancient carving techniques, see the skulls kept as trophies of war by the head-hunter tribes and fly over volcanoes and the largest inland lake in the South Pacific
- Perfect luxury yacht playground with captivating land -based experiences