Tourism Solomons Booth #22

Tourism Solomons Booth #22

A scattered archipelago of some 990-odd richly forested mountainous islands and low-lying coral atolls, the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific has been attracting international tourism since 1568 when Spanish explorer Alvaro de Mendana first sailed into this tucked away corner of the South Pacific. This island nation, an underwater paradise known for its world-class diving, boasts ocean expanses and blue lagoons that consist of some of the richest marine life with hundreds of species of fish, and is recognized as the global centre of biodiversity and a global priority for conservation.  One aspect that makes the Solomon Islands’ diving so unique is this amazing mix of WWII wrecks, technicolor coral pastures, steep walls, shallow reefs, tunnels, drop-offs, and a veritable of potpourri ofdemersal, reef and pelagic fish which literally swarm these bath warm waters.  Top dive spots, Guadalcanal, Western and Central Provinces, offer some of the most superb and fascinating dives. From Mbonege, off Honiara and Florida Islands in Central Province to Marovo, Munda and Gizo in the Western Province, it is here that divers of all skill levels discover diving at its best with rich historic remains from World War II, located within the Coral Triangle Region. For more information about the Solomon Islands,

visit https://www.visitsolomons.com.sb/

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