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£1947 Solomons saving!

A saving of £1947 per person for a dive trip from 27 April-7 May on board M/V Bilikiki in the Solomon Islands is currently on offer from blue o two.

“Enjoy 10 nights’ full-board accommodation on board our exclusive charter of M/V Bilikiki in the Solomon Islands, with return transfers between Honiara airport and liveaboard included,” says the company, which emphasises that there are only a few spaces left.

The diving in the Solomon Islands is known for its diversity.

“With a plethora of marine life living in these pristine reefs, divers can enjoy potential sightings of a schooling pelagics, along with amazing macro life including the famous pygmy seahorse. Venture through caverns and along walls in these remote destinations, with both hard and soft corals, and vibrant sea fans.”

There is also a wealth of history to be discovered.

“The Solomon Islands played host to many World War II battles due to its strategic position close to Australia. The crystal-clear waters now host an underwater museum with numerous wrecks including over 200 ships, 690 aircraft and countless landing barges which are teeming with life and just waiting to be explored.”

Previously priced at £3895, the trip is now available at £1948 per person, incuding 10 nights’ full-board accommodation based on double occupancy, return transfers between Honiara airport and liveaboard, up to five dives a day (depending on conditions) with weights, tanks and air fills, and Solomon's local taxes.

Details: divingholidays@blueotwo.com / 01752 480808.




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