Solomon Islands Travel Guide
Solomon Islands, once a British protectorate, are a scattered archipelago of about 1, 000 islands in the south-western Pacific Ocean east of Papua New Guinea and north-east of Australia.
It consists of a double chain of volcanic islands and low-lying coral atolls. The main islands of the group are volcanic in origin and are large and rugged.
Solomon Islands awaits those ready to discover a volcano-studded archipelago, with hot springs, crocodile infested mangroves, huge lagoons, tropical islets and emerald forests. Scuba dive on ships have been resting since they sank during World War II. Visit a local village where traditional culture is alive and sampling the local cuisine.