Solomon Islands Group Trip May/June 2021

Join Bluewater Travel's Katie Yonker to experience an abundance of marine life, healthy reefs, varied underwater terrain, historic WWII wrecks, and vibrant local culture! Hop on board the Solomons PNG Master, a custom-designed diving vessel for some incredible diving off the beaten path.

SOLOMON ISLANDS MAY/JUNE 2021 GROUP TRIP

MAY 25 - JUNE 4, 2021

Led by Katie Yonker

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10 Nights for:

Standard Twin Cabin (Shared bathrooms) - $4,305  $3,895 per person

Standard Single Cabin (Shared bathrooms) - $4,305  $4,195

Classic Twin or Double Cabin (Private bathroom) - $5,740  $4,895 per person

Premium Double Cabin (Private bathroom) - $6,275  $5,695 per person

More information about this custom trip here

 

TRIP OVERVIEW

The Solomon Islands are hailed by some underwater water photographers as one of the best diving spots in the world for underwater photography, with lots of big, wide-angle subjects (good shipwrecks, WWII artifacts), great macro critters (ghost pipefish, pigmy seahorse), and interesting terrain such as caves and crevices. With the diving being limited to a few dive boats, you're not likely to see other divers during the trip. Plus, you get the chance of having friendly encounters with locals who come out to greet the boat.

Solomon Islands 

 

DIVE OVERVIEW

For incredible reefs, lots of fish, and very few other divers, the Solomons is the place to be. You have wrecks, caverns, wide-angle reefs, large sea fans, soft corals, lots of macro life. There is an incredible diversity of hard corals. In fact, the diversity of the Solomon's is hard to beat. The Solomon Islands rivals any other Indo-pacific destination for coral reefs, marine life, and diversity. 

  

 

SOLOMON ISLANDS TYPICAL DIVE

On a liveaboard, 4 dives a day is typical and that usually includes a night dive. You can dive solo or go with friends and/or a guide. Although some dives are from the mothership, tender boats are also used. The tender is usually waiting for you - in the event that you surface early, they’re available to bring you back to the boat. Diving is fairly easy with not much current, good visibility, and plentiful marine life.

Most divers use nitrox due to the repetitive diving. Depths are standard for Info-Pacific reefs, with the best marine life between 20-80 feet deep. Motoring between sites is usually done during meals or at night, allowing you to maximize your time spent in the water. 

 

See Also:

Solomon Islands Dive Travel Guide

Solomons PNG Master: Rooms, Reviews, Photos and More...

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