Getaway- Solomon Islands Getaway
Solomon Islands Getaway 2017
The Solomon Islands is an exotic wonderland of varied landscapes, rich in cultural and biological diversity.
Untouched by 20th century development and tourism, The Solomons offer visitors a feast of unique experiences and adventures.
The Solomon Islands are located 1860 kilometres to the North-East of Australia.
Shaped by earthquakes and volcanic activity thousands of years ago, the Solomons consist of 922 islands, 350 of these are uninhabited.
Hundreds of ships and aircraft litter the ocean floor, providing divers with a wide range of wrecks for scuba divers to explore.
These machines and war relics now form spectacular artificial reefs, which attract masses of fish and an incredible variety of coral life.
Join Tony on his return mission to explore tropical Munda.
7 days / 6 nights ex Brisbane
from $ 2,430 per Diver
from $ 1,830 per Non Diver
The diving in Munda is still largely unexplored with new dives sites being discovered regularly.
Majestic wall dives and virgin reefs are specialities of this area.
The soft coral overhangs of Mushroom Island, the 4km drop at Shark Point and the amazingly colourful coral of Rainbow Passage are fast becoming renowned as world class dive sites with intense, big fish and shark action.
Return airfares ex Brisbane to Munda via Honiara flying with Solomon Airlines
Meet and greet service and assistance at Munda Airport
6 nights twin share Zazala Wing - Lower Floor Room accommodation at Agnes Gateway Lodge in Munda
8 boat dives (based on 2 dives / day with lunch on dive days) with Dive Munda including tanks, weights and dive guide services + light lunch on diving days
Australian departure taxes and applicable airline taxes ($140 and subject to change)
Accommodation upgrade options:
Upgrade to Ibibu Cottages
(air con. twin share) - add $237pp
(subject to availability)
Price does not include:
Personal spending money
Excess luggage surcharges
Local custom fees AUD $20/dive day - payable direct in Solomons
(Fee goes to custom land owners, villages and local schools)
Join Tony by clicking the link below and get ready to enjoy awesome diving where, the average water temperature is 29°C- so a lycra suit or a 3mm suit is recommended.