Solomon Islands Diving
Part of the coral triangle, Solomon Islands offers some of the most diverse diving in the world. It has it all, sea mounts, walls, drift dives, muck dives, WW2 wreck dives, caves, cuts, coral gardens, and bommies.
The Solomon Islands has an abundance of both big and small critters, from the tinniest pygmy seahorse to the largest manta ray and all the things in between. Cuttlefish laying eggs, bump head parrotfish swimming by, ghost pipefish hovering near a nudibranch, shy mandarin fish hiding in coral, or jawfish opening their mouth wide the Solomon Islands has it all.
Vast numbers of jacks, barracudas and snapper school around fields of healthy hard corals, reef sharks cruise around huge sea fans, and colourful anthias feed along walls covered in soft corals. All this plus a water temperate that rarely drops below 30°C (84F).