Welcome to the South Pacific, home to some of the world's most lush and diverse underwater ecosystems.Start our adventure off in Solomon Islands, with countless WWII wrecks and unexplored dive sites. Land in Munda, on the southwest side of New Georgia. It’s a place where soft coral reefs and majestic dive walls fill your entire field of vision. Try not to blink. You wouldn't want to miss any of it.
A short boat ride away is Skull Island, a popular spot during headhunting times. Plunge overboard in Gizo, an underwater fantasyland, to witness sea turtles, sharks, rays and completely intact WWII fighter pilot planes. On your next re-surface, the village of Seraghi welcomes you into the Solomon way of life. And the adventure does not stop there. Southbound, we continue on to the Fiji Islands. Spend a week on Kadavu, the fourth largest island in Fiji, yet off the beaten path. This lush green island is home to the Great Astrolabe Reef, with spectacular coral structures and vibrant marine life.
“This trip combines an incredibly fun adventure with personal growth, skill development and learning about other cultures.” — Jacqueline Pleet, Springfield, MA
On to Fiji, and its 300 crystal blue islands splayed out across the South Pacific. Our island and dive site of choice is Kadavu, the 4th largest in Fiji and home to 4th largest barrier reef in the world. We can pinpoint exactly where the sharks and rays are on the map, but trust us, you’ll see them.
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Fiji & The Solomon Islands
Experience a spectacle of coral and marine life. Encounter the world’s friendliest people.
Its villages welcome you. Its dive sites and World Ward II wrecks envelop you. Its people enchant you. Its opportunities for achievement empower you.
World War II down below. Dive with a Japanese transport boat, an American Hellcat fighter jet and a Corsair fighter plane.
Kadavu, Fiji’s 4th largest and southernmost island, boasts the 4th largest barrier reef in the world — Astrolabe Barrier Reef.
Explore the unexplored. Discover diverse marine life and dive sites, including the Douglas Dauntless Dive Bomber wreck.