Land in Honiara where you will be escorted to your yacht. Take in the sights of east Honiara, including the relics, monuments, and memorials of its traumatic WWII history. Hike further inland to reach the Tenaru Waterfalls where you will face a dramatic volume of cascading water falling from 63 metres above you. You can also take advantage of the spectacular diving around this island, particularly at Ironbottom Sound, a passage between The Florida Islands and Guadalcanal. Here, you will uncover dozens of ships and planes that sank in these waters during the Battle of Guadalcanal including a 106m-long US Navy destroyer and a 150m-long oil tanker.
Another day in this remote paradise will see you anchor near Tulagi on the southern side of The Florida Islands. Here, you will find a variety of exciting dive sites including the famous Twin Tunnels; two tunnels formed by lava that drop vertically from 12 metres to 35 metres ending in a cave. As you descend you will be able to see fan and whip coral, and on reaching the cave you will see schools of fusiliers and snapper, cuttlefish and octopus. Alternatively, you can continue your WWII wreck discovery and dive a Japanese seaplane that lies 30 metres below sea level, as well as the Kenowa and Moa shipwrecks.