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Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands consist of 992 tropical islands and atolls scattered in a gentle curve. They consist of two large parallel island chains that extend approx. 1800 kilometers from Shortland Islands in the west to Tikopia and Anuta in the east.
The islands and waters are still an unknown and pristine paradise. They are especially special for their remarkable biodiversity, which contains thousands of different plant and animal species, especially marine life. Many species are known only to Solomons.
Located in the South Pacific between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu, the population of about 550,000 is predominantly Melanesian, but includes other smaller groups. Exotic local customs and traditions remain a very important part of life for Solomon’s islanders.

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