Beautiful Solomon Islands Holidays

picture of solomon islands
What's Unique about the Solomon Islands?

The Solomon Islands as a holiday destination is not an obvious choice, but as the islands slowly develop and small boutique beach resorts begin to gain in reputation, Australian holiday-makers are beginning to realize that one of life's true great adventure destinations is on their doorstep and that it's actually incredibly easy to get to and explore.

Like all of the South Pacific, the weather is warm and sunny year-round and there are plenty of dazzling beaches to sit back and relax under the shade of a coconut tree. But not many do that for long, because just around the corner is a fascinating village to explore, and the locals use ancient magic rituals to summon sharks and where turtle nesting beaches can be found. There's a rich rich vibrant jungle to explore on every island and massive lagoons with thousands of reef fish, WWII wrecks, dolphins, dugongs, turtles and even some crocodiles. This is a place where stories and life experiences live on forever.

Fun Things to Do on Holiday in the Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands Holiday Inspirations

The Solomon Islands are one of the few truly untouched areas of tropical paradise left in the world, with a diverse landscape of dense rainforest, active volcanoes and both brilliant white and charcoal black sand beaches. There are a number of must-sees and must-dos in this great adventure destination from extreme hiking to scuba diving WWII wrecks with an amazing array of soft coral.

Spend some time in a remote traditional village, try canoeing down rivers, or seek out one of the 230 varieties of endemic orchids and other tropical flowers. There are dugongs to spot, sea turtle nesting beaches, dolphins to swim with and crocodiles to avoid. But perhaps the Solomons greatest challenge for potential explorers is the islands' equatorial climate with intense humidity throughout the year and the ever present threat of malaria passed on by mosquitoes in the wet season.

waterfall in the tropical hills of guadalcanal

Guadalcanal & Honiara

The main island of Gudalcanal has beautiful rainforest and hiking trails, remote highland villages and is the main destination for WWII memorabilia. The capital, Honiara, has several good hotels and day tours.

snorkelling in the solomon islands

Western Province

The Solomon Islands top holiday destination has stunning white sandy beaches, pristine snorkelling lagoons and a good variety of beach resorts and eco retreats plus the best selection of day tours.

scuba diving in the solomon islands

Central Islands

Easily accessible from Honiara and with fantastic scuba diving and dolphin watching, the Central Islands have great diversity with a mix of history, rainforest, active volcanoes and traditional fishing villages to enjoy.

solomon islands culture scene

Scuba Diving

Scuba diving in the Solomon Islands makes you feel like you're exploring unchattered reefs with incredible World War II wrecks and unbelivable coral life with dugongs, dolphins and even the odd crocodile!

hiking in rainforest

Adventure Holidays

Solomon Island holidays are perfect for off-the-beaten track adventurers with virgin rainforest scattered with WWII relics, remote villages, a colourful tribal culture and excellent scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking.

solomon islands beach in western province

Romantic Holidays

If you want to really escape and unwind at a remote beach resort, then a holiday in the Solomon Islands will take you far away from commercialism and make you feel genuinely inspired. Beautiful beaches and a charming culture awaits.


map showing the solomon islands in the south pacific