The ultimate eco-tourism destination in the South Pacific, liveaboard diving in the Solomon Islands offers access to the WWII wrecks, reefs and walls between the Florida Islands and Marovo Lagoon.
Outstandingly diverse yet wonderfully uncrowded, the Solomon Islands offer a wide range of tropical dive environments. These include caverns, soft coral reefs, steep walls and muck bottoms. The marine biodiversity is stunning, and the history found in the WWII wrecks leaves divers to wonder about years gone by. Furthermore, the reefs have remained healthy due to the lack of tourism pressure. Popular diving areas include the Florida Islands, Russell Islands, Mary Island and Marovo Lagoon, which are far removed from the capital. Liveaboard diving is the obvious answer to this conundrum. Typical safaris last approximately 7 nights, and the best time to visit is from May to December.