Scuba diving reports

Scuba diving in the Solomons is all about diversity – both for the marine life and the variety of dive styles.

The Solomon Islands are one of the least known islands groups in the Pacific Ocean except to those who know their World War II history. It was amongst these alluring islands, reefs and lagoons that the Americans finally broke the Japanese Imperial forces.

More recently, the islands have been promoted to being part of the world's most diverse marine region, the Coral Triangle. For scuba divers, there's the chance to dive both the wrecks and some highly prolific reefs.

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