Bilikiki - Solomon Islands

We have just secured the MV Bilikiki's first trip back in the water once the Australia - Solomon's borders open up.

In the midst of the South Pacific, the Solomon Islands is part of the coral triangle and home to some of the best, least visited scuba diving in the world. The marine biodiversity is stunning and the WWII history found in the wrecks leaves divers to wonder about years gone by. Furthermore, the reefs have remained healthy due to the lack of pressure incurred through tourism, all a short flight from Australia.

We have just secured the MV Bilikiki's first trip back in the water once the Australia - Solomons borders open up.

Here's how it works:
We don't know when the borders will open, but as soon dates are announced, we will confirm the departure date for our 7-day liveaboard trip. We will go out to our confirmed guests and confirm the dates, remaining trip balance will be due within 7 days. If those dates do not suit and you are not able to come, then we will refund your $100 deposit, and move on to the waitlist from the top down until the trip is full!

A 7-night liveaboard trip on board the MV Bilikiki - departs from Honiara.
Dates are still TBD based on border restrictions eased
$5420 includes:

  •  Honiara airport transfers
  • 7 nights' twin share accommodation
  • All meals and snacks, tea, coffee, etc on board the MV Biliikiki
  • Up to 4-day dives and a night dive per day onboard the MV Bilikiki
  • Tanks, weights, and dive guide services
  • Daily reef tax

MV Bilikiki Solomon Islands

  • Has been running liveaboard scuba diving trips in the Solomon Islands for over 25 years 
  • The experienced crew know the best dive sites that the Solomon Islands has to offer
  • Dive with sharks, mantas, dolphins and turtles and explore coral gardens, shipwrecks and walls
  • At least once during the trip, the boat will anchor off a village where Islanders will come out in their canoes to market their produce, carvings and baskets for visitors to sample
  • Glide through the waters by paddleboard between dives or stay on board to edit your underwater photos and videos on the multi-format video system