Verdant mountains, white sand beaches, lush rainforests, tranquil blue lagoons, and turquoise waters full of pristine reefs make up the Solomon Islands, a sovereign country consisting of six major islands and over 900 smaller isles in an archipelago within Oceania. Lying in the sub region of Melanesia, the islands range from tiny, low-lying coral atolls

Taveuni Island is one of Fiji’s best-known dive destinations. It is the third largest of Fiji’s 333 islands and is separated from Vanua Levu by the Somosomo Strait. The cigar-shaped land mass is a massive shield volcano, which rises from the ocean floor. Roughly 150 volcanic cones dot the island, including Uluigalau, which is Fiji’s

Palau is made up of more than 350 of the most photogenic volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean you’ll ever encounter. Its waters boast more than 1,300 species of fish and more than 800 species of corals and sponges. Palau dive sites are among the best in wold. You’ll also find that big pelagic encounters,