Solomon Islands

The Solomon islands are far off the beaten path, with what divers call some of the best variety of any place on earth. Here dive walls, WWII wrecks, beautiful coral gardens with unusual critters along with overgrown coral tunnels leading into jungle exits with stunning lighting. The people and culture offer colorful images that make for priceless memories. The Solomon Islands are a must see for divers!

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Solomon Islands

Uepi Island Resort

Uepi Island Resort is on the edge of Marovo Lagoon, the longest lagoon in the world. Here you are accommodated in a relaxed and comfortable bungalows and guest rooms, surrounded by the natural wonder and character of this authentic and exciting part of the Pacific. Marovo Lagoon is a remote but accessible destination where the everyday demands and pressures of modern living simply fade away. The accommodation is generously spaced amongst colourful tropical gardens ensuring that all guests can enjoy privacy and intimacy, complimented by easy social interaction with a small group of people. The deliciously healthy resort meals are based around fresh local seafood and organically grown fruits and vegetables, prepared by talented local chefs. Uepi Island Resort, so remote that it might never be discovered by the rest of the world, but it will always be remembered by those who have experienced its hospitality and beauty.

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Solomon Islands

MV Bilikiki

Remote and truly beautiful the Solomon Islands is a diver's dream destination. Part of the coral triangle with a staggering diversity of marine species, coral and dive sites, it somehow remains one of the least dived areas of the world. Join Bilikiki and visit the Solomon Islands in style. The MV Bilikiki is among the great liveaboard dive boats of the world. At 125 feet long and 24 feet wide she is spacious and offers unparalleled comfort at sea. Bilikiki has 10, air-conditioned double or twin-share staterooms all with private facilities. It carries a crew of 11, plus 2 managers who are responsible for diving and ships operations. The crew are well-trained, friendly, attentive and professional. On the Bilikiki you can dive with mantas, sharks, schooling jacks, barracudas and more, see some of the healthiest coral in the world, dive on huge drop offs, caves and wrecks, and take photos of great macro life

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Solomons PNG Master

Offering both 7 and 10 nights, The Solomons PNG Master itineraries’ encompass the best diving in Solomon Islands. Solomon Islands are THE destination for the real diving fan looking for a change of scenery, completely off the beaten track. Colourful, lush coral gardens, sea fans, decorative walls and caverns, combined with the most amazing marine life you have ever seen. Wreck fans will get a thrill out of our special wreck itinerary. A significant number of Japanese and Allied Forces’ ships and planes ended up on the bottom of the Iron Bottom Sound near Honiara during WWII. Encrusted in corals and surrounded by a plethora of marine life, these wrecks are silent witnesses of some of the fiercest battles that took place in WWII. Discover the unrevealed dive treasures on board the Solomons PNG Master!

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