Toa Maru: A sunken 450′ Japanese transport ship in 18 – 37m of water. Virtually intact and contains many fascinating artefacts.
Grand Central Station: Abundance of colourful coral and big fish.
Hell Cat: American fighter plane shot down in 1943, intact at 12 metres depth.
Supermarket: A reef well stocked with marine life.
Corsair: An American fighter plane in depths of 27 metres.
Kennedy Wall: A steep drop-off packed with coral reefs and fish.
Tokuyo Maru II: A Japanese fishing boat intact in 35 metres of water, which sank in 1988.
Naru Wall: Excellent marine ‘wall’ with pelagic fish, rays and turtles.
Zero: A Japanese fighter plane in just 10m of water.
The Secret Pot: Silvertip encounters that will excite experienced divers.
The Solomon Islands are a literal diver’s paradise. Scuba-diving enthusiasts will get to see and experience an extraordinary array of sunken war machines, coral reefs and more; including vast coral gardens with magnificent ledges and gutters; sharks and reef fish. Shy sea turtles, manta rays and eagle rays will become common sights, while tour operators will help you scout for hammerhead sharks!
Solomon Islands has a well-deserved reputation for diving that’s unsurpassed. Throughout these magic islands are an endless variety of dive sites for all levels of experience. Our trusted dive partners provide professional services to experienced divers and beginners alike.
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