A Truly Hidden Paradise
Solomon Islands, affectionately known as the Hapi Isles, is comprised of almost 1,000 islands in its grand archipelago. With a population of about 550,000, the nation is commonly regarded as being unspoilt and uncrowded.
Nine unique provinces also constitutes the Pacific Island and its capital, Honiara, is on Guadalcanal. The Western province is renowned for its beautiful waters, lush environments and epic diving adventures.
Harmonising pan pipers, traditional dug out canoes and special shell money are just some of the things that make the Solomons distinct to the world. The country played a significant role during WW2, and many relics can be found throughout whether on land or under water.