Solomon Islands are made up of more than 990 islands, which together cover a land area of 28,000 square kilometers. The main islands include Choiseul, Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, San Cristobal, Malaita and New Georgia. In addition, it is reported that volcanoes with varying degrees of activity are situated on some of the larger islands while many of the smaller islands are simply tiny atolls covered in sand and palm trees. Besides that, Solomon Islands have a range of sandy beaches with palm trees, clear blue waters, spectacular coral reefs and colorful marine life. Solomon is located south east of Papua New Guinea, and it takes only three hours by air to travel there from Australia. Let’s discover Solomon Islands through following interesting photographs.
The map of Solomon Islands
Overview of Solomon Islands
The Solomon Islands is an exotic wonderland of various landscapes, rich in cultural and biological diversity.
A quiet stream on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands were probably discovered about 5,000 years ago.
Coral Reef, Solomon Islands
The islands are covered in tropical rainforest and their steep hilly slopes are interspersed with swift flowing creeks, waterfalls and peaceful lagoons.
Solomon residents are very friendly and hospitable with warm greetings as meeting visitors.
A festival picture on Solomon Islands
The people of the Solomons still practise a traditional way of life, preferring to respect the old customs and traditions, maintaining and preserving their beautiful unspoiled environment.
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