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Halo! The Solomon Islands is an archipelago of rainforest-clad mountainous islands and low-lying coral atolls. Don’t expect expensive resorts or white sand beaches.Instead you will need to embrace the limited development that allows this incredible, remote country the beauty that many of the developed countries lack. Experience emerald green forest, huge blue lagoons, volcanic islands and beaches without the crowds. The country is the perfect location for the adventurous type, dive on pristine, untouched sites, surf uncrowded beaches, climb a dormant volcano, trek through wildlife filled forest… the list is endless.

The Solomon Islands offer extraordinary diving opportunities. The surrounding crystal clear waters offer prolific marine life, home to great varieties of fish and corals. These islands were the sites of many WWII battles and there are some outstanding wreck dives.

Uepi Island Resort

Diving Destinations in The Solomon Islands

Diving Liveaboards in The Solomon Islands

General Information

Australian passport holders require a valid passport with a validity of at least 6 months beyond their intended stay. All travellers must have return or onward tickets and sufficient funds for their stay. For more information and for holders of other passports, please refer to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website for the latest travel advice.

The Solomon Island Dollar (SBD) is the unit of currency. One Australian Dollar is worth approximately 6 Solomon Island Dollars.

The official language is English, with Pidgin and about 87 Melanesian dialects also spoken throughout the country.

220-240V and uses the Australian plug type.

GMT + 11 (1 hour ahead of Sydney).

Light casual clothing is recommended. Women should dress modestly in public places.

The Solomon Islands lie in the tropics and enjoy a year round temperature of 27-29°C.

The water is a comfortable average of 29°C year round.

None at 1 July 2012.

Tipping is not a Solomon Island custom and visitors are asked to refrain from doing so.

National Geographic: The Solomon Islands

National Geographic's Nick Saxon explores our stunning and unique islands!

Posted by Visit Solomon Islands on Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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