The Solomons cover an area of 28,000 square km and are composed of more than 990 islands.
Choiseul, Guadalcanal, Malaita, New Georgia, Santa Isabel and San Cristobal are the more important ones.
They are a hospitable lot, and you will be warmed by the affectionate welcome and help they offer so generously, everywhere you go from the local restaurants to the fabulous Solomon Islands resorts.
Add to that the unspoiled nature and the many things to see and do in Solomon Islands, with so many undiscovered points and places, and the low cost at which you can experience all this, and you will soon fall in love with the Solomon Islands.
Surrounding villages and picturesque drives are easily accessible from here.
There are a few organised Solomon Islands tours that are quite popular with tourists, like the World War II battlefields and megapode fields of Savo Island.
While Honiara on Guadalcanal is a must visit, Gizo and Santa Isabel are interesting too.
Santa Isabel is hardly ever stirred by tourist activity, and if you do go there you may find yourself a lone adventurer in this 240 km long island!