Accommodation in Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are made up of more than 990 islands, which together cover a land mass of 28,000 square kilometres. The main islands are Choiseul, Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, San Cristobal, Malaita and New Georgia.

Volcanoes with varying degrees of activity are situated on some of the larger islands, while many of the smaller islands are simply tiny atolls covered in sand and palm trees.

Explore the hidden paradise of this Pacific archipelago comprising of 992 islands; there is so much to see and do in the Solomon Islands – from the diver’s paradise of diverse marine life, to the wild interiors of local village treks.

The people of the Solomons are made up of Oceania’s three main cultural groups, Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia, the Solomon Islands really is the Pacific’s melting pot. It is here, that these three cultures merge and cohabit as one nation, proud of their rich and unique cultural identity.Solomon Islanders have a rich cultural heritage commonly called kastoms, which vary from one province to another. Communal, clan and family ties remain very strong.

Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Honiara’s town centre by staying in one of the many hotels and resorts; unwind in a locally built cabin over a pristine lagoon; relax in a self-contained bungalow on an isolated and untouched island; eat, sleep and live in one of our villages to get a real sense of life in the Solomons; or see the true colours of nature in one of our eco-lodges.