7 nights in the Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands, beautiful woman dressed in flowers and leaves

• The Solomon Islands is an archipelago consisting of more than 900 islands located in the South Pacific Ocean.

• Honiara is the capital and largest city of the Solomon Islands.

• The Solomon Islands are known for its rich cultural heritage, with diverse indigenous groups and languages.

Debris on Mbonege beach, a popular wreck diving destination near Honiara, Solomon Islands


Arriving into the capital city Honiara, the captain and crew are looking forward to welcoming you on board.

You will begin your yacht charter to Marau Sound where the untouched natural landscape will leave a lasting impression.


• Enjoy your first meal onboard prepared with fresh local ingredients.

• Explore your yachts amenities.

• Take advantage of the boat's water toys.

The view from Uepi Island in the Solomon Islands

Tulagi (Florida Islands)

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Today you will head east to the Florida Islands, a group of beautiful small islands known for their coral reefs and marine life. Anchor near Tulagi, the former capital of the Solomon Islands.


• Snorkel and dive to experience the beautiful marine life and coral reefs

• Visit the Tulagi WWII Museum

• Enjoy a beach BBQ prepared by your onboard chef

Children on the way to school with a canoe during sunrise in the Solomon Islands.

Mbeghe Island

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Cruise further east to Mbeghe Island. This serene and secluded island is perfect for a day of relaxation on its sandy beaches.


• Enjoy water sports.

• Relax on a secluded beach.

• Swim or simply unwind on the yacht's deck, soaking in the natural beauty.

• Enjoy sundowners and snacks served by your onboard crew.

Schooner at anchor on Guadalcanal Island in Solomon Islands in South Pacific at sunset

Marau Sound

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Set sail for Marau Sound located on the eastern end of Guadalcanal Island.

Here you will anchor in the tranquil waters and indulge in water activities such as snorkeling and kayaking.


• Snorkel and kayak in the crystal blue waters.

• Visit a nearby village to experience the local culture and meet friendly locals.

• Enjoy sundowners onboard taking in the magnificent scenery.

Corals and clowfish underwater

Uepi Island

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Leave Marau Sound and head to Uepi Island located in the Marovo Lagoon. This area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its spectacular marine biodiversity.


• Dive or snorkel in some of the world's most pristine coral reefs.

• Hike Uepi Ridge walk.

• Visit Tumaseu waterfall.

View of a lagoon protected by a coral reef, from Tetepare Island ecolodge, located in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands.

Rendova Island

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Continue west to Rendova Island. Here you can embark on a hike through the rainforest to Rendova Peak for panoramic views of the surrounding islands and waters.


• Hike through the rainforest.

• Explore the island's charming villages.

• Immerse yourself in all the local culture.

Gray teal ducks beside water

Vonavona Lagoon

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Cruise to Vonavona Lagoon, a less visited yet breathtaking destination. The lagoon is surrounded by limestone cliffs and is a great spot for snorkeling and kayaking.


• Head out on a snorkeling adventure.

• Take a kayak tour.

• Visit Skull Island.

Scene of Honiara from a cruise ship, Solomon Islands


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Head back to Honiara, cherishing your final moments onboard. Last chance to enjoy the boat's immensities and take in your peaceful surroundings.


• Enjoy the city's vibrant atmosphere and sample local cuisine.

• Last chance to take a dip in the crystal blue waters.

**Please note that yacht itineraries are subject to weather conditions and may be subject to last-minute changes.

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