Women’s Only DIVE TRIP SOLOMON ISLANDS

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July 17 - 27th, 2018

Expedition Overview

Come Join DUI and members from the Women’s Divers Hall of Fame aboard the Taka, a women owned ship and company. We will spend 9 full days of diving in the beautiful waters of the Solomon Islands. 10% of your trip will be donated to the Women Divers Hall of Fame to benefit their Scholarship and Internship Program. Your dive trip will be accompanied by WDHOF members who will conduct seminars in UW Photography and other subjects.

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Trip Details: SOLOMON ISLANDS

This amazing journey gives you the very best of the Solomon Islands diving in a 10 day trip. You will experience the Florida Islands, Russell Islands, Mary Island and the incredible Marovo Lagoon.


Trip Itinerary

We will begin our expedition with a westward cruise out of Honiara. One of our first stops in the Russells' will be the iconic Leru Cut and Mirror Pond. Here you have the opportunity to dive among cuts and caverns and explore the beauty of these amazing volcanic islands. We continue west to Marovo Lagoon, the world's finest double-barrier lagoon and a World Heritage Site. Known for the some of the world's most biodiverse and healthy reefs, Marovo offers diving among coral gardens and along sheer walls. We loop back to Mary Island, properly known as Mborokua. which is notable for an underwater point that commonly hosts schools of barracuda and jacks. Occasionally divers are lucky enough to hear the rumbling of a nearby underwater volcano, Kavachi. We may spend a bit more time at the Russell islands before we finish our adventure in the Florida Islands with an exploration of Mbike and Sandfly Passage. The currents here mean manta ray sightings are possible. Tulagi, the main port, is also historically significant as a WWII base offers diving among WWII wrecks and artifacts.

Along the way, we stop at some of the smaller islands where you can enjoy some time on the beach or visit remote local villages. Come shop for produce for our meals or check out the local carvings. You might even be able to catch a game of football with the local village children!

Air travelers can reach Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands, via Fiji or Australia. Once we have your flight details, we will organize a pick up from the airport or the hotel of your choice.







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