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Things To See in Solomon Islands

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The Solomon Islands contain all of Melanesia’s major attractions. Idyllic island landscape with beautiful sandy beaches and breathtaking natural beauty in the form of forests, lagoons, and waterfalls. Underwater life is just as beautiful as it is above water for people who like diving. There is a plethora of wildlife to explore as well as wonderful, colorful cultural customs to see. Highlights include the beautiful and massive Lake Te’Nggano, which is strikingly flanked by towering cliffs that were previously the reefs that encircled this ancient lagoon. Langa Langa Lagoon in Auki is much more well-known. While its waters are brown rather than brilliant blue, life here is leisurely and serene, with people working on traditional handicrafts and classic canoes gliding across the river in silence. It’s also one of the locations where you can view the country’s famous manmade islands. Some date back to the 16th century, but new ones are being made all the time, utilizing stones and coral materials. Follow the somewhat difficult but lovely route to the boiling mud of the Reoka hot springs, or try a two-day trek to the summit of the volcano Kolombangara for experienced hikers. The route to the Mataniko Falls, with underground caves that served as a hide-out for Japanese troops during WWII, and the Tenaru Falls is easier but more picturesque. They’re both near to Honiara, the country’s capital, and the National Museum and Culture Center. East Rennell, located in the Rennell and Bellona region, is the world’s biggest elevated coral atoll and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

How To Travel To Solomon Islands

By planeHenderson International Airport is located 7 miles east of Honiara, the capital. Most days, scheduled flights leave from Brisbane, Australia. Flights are also available between Vanuatu, Fiji, and New Guinea.By seaHoniara is sometimes visited by cruise ships.It is also feasible to go by boat from southern Bougainville in...

How To Travel Around Solomon Islands

Auki FerryThis service operates most days from Honiara Wharf to Auki on the island of Malaita, which is located across the Slot from Honiara. In 2012, the one-way ticket was S$300 and the return fare was S$580. The ferry passes through the Florida Islands channel, which is worth viewing,...

Visa & Passport Requirements for Solomon Islands

Everyone must have a passport, an onward ticket, and enough money to cover their stay in the Solomon Islands.Citizens of the following countries may get visitor visas on arrival:American Samoa, Andorra, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Canada,...

Destinations in Solomon Islands

Islands in Solomon IslandsChoiseulthe northernmost region, which comprises the Treasury Islands, Shortland Islands, and Choiseul itselfFlorida and Russell IslandsGuadalcanal (Honiara)the main island, which contains the capital city and the primary airportNew Georgia IslandsNew Georgia, as well as a slew of small islands and atollsMalaitaRennell and BellonaMakiraPreviously, this island was known...

Money & Shopping in Solomon Islands

In Honiara, ATMs are accessible. Some hotels and resorts accept Australian currency.The majority of the population relies on agriculture, fishing, and forestry for a portion of their income. The vast majority of manufactured items and petroleum products must be imported. Undeveloped mineral resources such as lead, zinc, nickel, and...

Culture Of Solomon Islands

In the Solomon Islands' traditional culture, age-old traditions are passed down from generation to generation, supposedly by the ancestor spirits themselves, to create the cultural values of the Solomon Islands.MediaDue to linguistic difficulties, illiteracy, and the difficulty of getting television signals in certain areas of the nation, radio is...

History Of Solomon Islands

Melanesian people are said to have inhabited the Solomon Islands for thousands of years. It is thought that Papuan-speaking immigrants first arrived about 30,000 BC. Around 4,000 BC, Austronesian speakers came, introducing cultural features such as the outrigger canoe. The Lapita people, progenitors of the Polynesians, came from the...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Solomon Islands

Stay Safe in Solomon IslandsThe Solomon Islands are situated in the Pacific "Rim of Fire" and are prone to earthquakes, some of which are very big! An 8.1 magnitude earthquake near Ghizo Island (in the New Georgia Islands) in 2007 caused a tsunami up to 12 meters high, killing...



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