Solomon Islands


South Pacific Ocean

The Solomon Islands, comprising of over 900 islands in the Pacific Ocean, is a relatively unknown but beautiful destination to explore 

With its diverse range of cultures, perfect coastal weather and pristine beaches, the Solomon Islands is an ideal place for those longing for a tropical escape. 

Come to Rennell Island, in Lake Tegano, to see the largest elevated coral reef in the world.

Only about 30,000 tourists visit the Solomon Islands every year, making it one of the world's least frequented travel destinations.

Solomon Islanders have various cultures, languages, and customs. 93% are Melanesian, 4% Polynesian, and 1.5% Micronesian.

It's characterized by vibrant coral reefs and rugged rainforests lined with palm trees

Six major islands—Choisuel, Guadacanal, Malaita, Makira, New Georgia, and Santa Isabel—plus 900 smaller islands make up the Solomon Islands.

The islands and waterways are a hidden paradise. They are notable for their incredible biodiversity, especially marine life. Solomons only know many species.

Their thousands of plant and animal species, especially marine life, make them special.