Marine Life, Ravishing Reefs & WWII Wrecks
The Solomon Islands, an archipelago of nearly 1,000 South Pacific islands, offers as much to see below the sea as there is above it. Divers may encounter octopuses, mantas, and sharks as they explore waters rife with unspoiled coral reefs and WWII wrecks, some still littered with ammunition and machinery. Back on land, you can visit traditional villages, dormant volcanoes, WWII battlefields and the botanical gardens of Honiara, the capital.
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