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August 26, 2019

‘Me Save Solo’ 2019 – on track for best-ever attendance

Honiara, Solomon Islands, 27 June 2019 – With just days to go before the 2019 ‘Me Save Solo’ tourism exchange kicks off in Honiara, Tourism Solomons […]
May 30, 2019

SI hosting of 2019 SPUMS Annual Conference hailed a major success

Honiara, Solomon Islands – Attracting delegates from as far afield as Australia, South Africa, the Middle East and the USA, the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society’s […]
March 30, 2019

Tourism Solomons welcomes new Munda direct service

Honiara, Solomon Islands – Tourism Solomons has applauded Solomon Airlines’ decision to commence a direct same-day Brisbane-Munda-Brisbane service on Saturday, 30 March describing the move as, […]
March 20, 2019

Tourism Solomons ‘business as usual’ message hits the mark

Sydney, Australia – Bracing itself to handle a barrage of questions relating to the Rennell Island oil spill and its impact in the Solomon Islands’ world-class […]
February 7, 2019

Tourism Solomons announces date for 2019 ‘Me Save Solo’ tourism exchange

Honiara, Solomon Islands, 04 February 2019 – Tourism Solomons has confirmed the second annual ‘Me Save Solo’ tourism exchange will take place in Honiara on 05 […]
February 7, 2019

Solomon Islands tourism looks to attract 60,000 visitors annually by 2025

Tourism now top priority but expansion of accommodation base critical if destination is to achieve its objectives Honiara, Solomon Islands, 18 January 2019 – The Solomon Islands […]
October 16, 2018

A new Wildcat discovery in the Solomons

On Wednesday 29 August 2018, Matt and I dived in the channel between Olevugha (Sandfly) Island and Mangalonga Island in the Western part of the Florida […]
September 2, 2018

The Solomon Islands are known for wreck dives, but there’s so much more to explore above water

If it weren’t for the potholes slowing us down on the road to Honiara, on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, I would have missed the sign […]
July 4, 2018

Land Of Peace & Palms

A trail of shimmering bubbles in our wake, the hull of the Hirokawa Maru slowly takes form as we descend first as a faint shadow against deep blue Pacific waters, and then, as we draw closer, as a towering darkness that threatens to suck up all the light. As my eyes adjust, the vessel’s sheer size begins to reveal itself; at 156 meters long, the Hirokawa Mari isn’t the largest of the wrecks which litter Ironbottom Sound, a strip of water between the islands of Guadalcanal