An emerging activity in the Solomon’s, however is growing significantly. One of the world’s last surfing frontiers, be one of the first to surf these breaks.
Uncrowded surf spots, ready to be enjoyed located in a pristine natural and cultural environment.
Best season for waves are usually from November – April when the North Pacific awakens. Ground swells last a longer period in areas of Malaita, Ysabel and Makira. Swells can be 3 to 6 feet but can be bigger.
World War II holds an important part in the History of Solomon Islands. Guadalcanal, Iron Bottom Sound and Tulagi are familiar to war veterans. 2012 saw the commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the Pacific War.
Some of the fiercest fighting of the war took place in and around Honiara. In 1942, here, during World War II’s bloodiest and longest campaign saw the loss of nearly 38,000 lives, which was the turning point of the war in the Pacific.
Many battle sites and relics of the war are found not only in Honiara but throughout the Solomon Islands.
The Solomon Islands has good fishing conditions all year around for anglers of all experience.
Many parts of the Solomons still remain undiscovered by major tourism activities, this has left the natural state at its charm. Fishing opportunities have in turn been available in a lot of opportunities.
The waters surrounding the Solomons are teeming with fish. Weather conditions throughout the year are also favourable and with 990 coral fringed islands and atolls, options for fishing here is endless. From fishing in the river to reef, blue water and deep-sea.
Guadalcanal, Western and Central Provinces are where spectacular dive spots are located. Although you can snorkel almost off any island and be amazed enough already.
Having being located within the Coral Triangle Region which is recognized as the global center of biodiversity and a global priority for conservation.
All dive sites offers an entertaining underwater life with magnificent marine biodiversity including spectacular corals and countless fish life. World class sunken World War II vessels, planes and other remains will make your diving more fascinating in the Solomon Islands.