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Soloman Islands, October 2021

  • Departs: October 2nd, 2021
  • Returns: October 12th, 2021
  Host: Ryan Mable

About the Soloman Islands, Bilikiki Liveaboard Trip

Dive the diverse and beautiful Solomon Islands!

Located in the South Pacific, the Solomon Islands are part of the coral triangle and home to some of the best, least visited scuba diving in the world.  Expect pelagics and critters, wrecks, caves, amazingly healthy coral gardens, sand slopes, mangroves, walls and sea mounts.  The Bilikiki has with 10 cabins with air-con and their own en-suite.

What's Included
  • 10 nights accommodations onboard the Bilikiki, double occupancy
  • Diving, up to 4 dives day
  • Tanks, weights, and air fills
  • All meals and snacks aboard the Bilikiki
  • Hotel or Airport transfers (within 3 days of the trip)
  • Solomon Islands Tax $250 pp
What's Not Included
  • Bar Drinks
  • Nitrox $20/diving day
  • Rental Equipment
  • International flights
  • Gratuities for the boat crew
* Fuel charges, taxes, airfare, permits, etc. are not under our control. We do our best to anticipate these costs in advance, but we respectfully advise that prices can change based on market fluctuation. 3% processing fee added to all credit card payments.

Soloman Islands, Bilikiki Liveaboard Room Options

  • Deluxe Stateroom

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    Soloman Islands, Bilikiki Liveaboard Trip Amenities

    • Airport Transfers
    • All Inclusive Meals
    • Diving Included
    • Round Trip Flight

    Soloman Islands, Bilikiki Liveaboard Trip Pricing

      Cash Price: $6,295
      Card Price: $6,484
      Deposit: $500 per person

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