UNCROWDED SURF, crystal clear water, colourful living reefs, excellent fishing, incredible scenery, tropical rainforest and tribal societies in one of the last surfing frontiers.
Be one of the lucky few to visit places isolated and untouched by modern tourism... leave the 21st century behind... walk on white sand beaches, stay in thatched huts fronting aqua-blue lagoons... stay with local families who are happy to share their way of life with you.
The Solomon Islands is the third largest archipelago in the South Pacific. There are six major islands forming a scattered double chain of 922 islands, atolls and cays, which vary from large, rugged, rainforest covered, mountainous islands to low-lying coral atolls.
The Solomons is one of the last surfing frontiers that has been labeled by some as the new Bali for its surf perfection in a pristine natural and cultural environment.