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Luxury in the Solomon Islands

If your definition of luxury is waking up to the sound of the ocean, a decadent meal of fresh seafood, exploring the flora and fauna on untouched islands, or a getaway on a private liveaboard yacht, the Solomon Islands can fulfil all your luxe fantasies. Made up of more than 900 tropical islands and atolls, this South Pacific paradise offers a range of indulgent activities and accommodation. Book your tropical escape today! 


For those who define luxury as lazing by the water, drinking cocktails, being pampered and eating gourmet meals, the Solomon Islands has a selection of resorts and accommodation to ensure you’ll unwind, while everything is taken care of.

Scattered throughout the Solomons, from Honiara to Gizo, Santa Isabel to Marovo and across the provinces, there are different styles of resorts, private lodges and even private islands…most with stunning waterfront views!

When you really need to unwind, you’ll be spoilt for choice deciding whether to stroll along white sandy beaches, sunbathe by the crystal waters while sipping a cocktail, scuba dive and snorkel, explore tropical gardens or watch the breathtaking South Pacific sunsets.

From authentic Japanese, to French fine dining or fresh seafood served waterfront, local restaurants and resort restaurants will tantalise your tastebuds.

For that extra touch of luxury, treat yourself to a spa session. Many of the resorts offer everything from massages to facials, which sure to release tension and help you settle into island life.

If your ideal luxury holiday means falling asleep at sea, with uninterrupted views of the stars and the sound of the ocean, then a holiday on the water is for you. Operators across the Solomon Islands offer a range of private yachts and boat cruises.

When cruising around the waters of the nine stunning provinces, guests will discover crystal clear lagoons, coral reefs and tropical destinations. If you do choose to explore the Solomons via boat, you have the luxury of being able to hop off to visit local villages, resorts and restaurants, or just enjoy time on your yacht.

The Western Province is made up of 11 main islands and it is considered the tourist hub of the Solomon Islands. It’s the perfect place to explore from the sea, with water so clear that you’ll be able to see coral and sea life from your yacht’s deck. Jump in and float in the world’s largest saltwater lagoon, Marovo Lagoon, which boasts beautiful aquamarine hues and is home to thousands of species of different sea life.

The Solomons is known as one of the world’s best diving locations and a number of local operators specialise in scuba and snorkeling tours. Some of the most memorable and relaxing moments are under the sea, discovering the magical world beneath, full of colourful marine life and coral.

For some visitors, there is nothing more luxurious than pure serenity found only by switching off from the outside world. The islands offer a perfect getaway for those who want to explore the natural world and find luxury in the wilderness.

If the sound of rushing waterfalls appeals to you, then the Choiseul Province is the perfect match. This luscious green and mountainous island offers treks through dense forest, before arriving at some of nature’s best keep secrets. This province is so untouched it remains as the home to various endangered wildlife, with tours available to see some of this exquisite flora and fauna.

More of a people person? This province is also home to many authentic local villages, filled with stories and traditions.

In the Solomon Islands you can relax, recharge and rejuvenate in the surrounds of this South Pacific gem.


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