The Solomo Islands, known for its diverse culture, the nation is home to around 600,000 people, with Melanesian, Polynesian, and Micronesian communities each contributing to its rich cultural tapestry. The archipelago’s dense rainforests, volcanic landscapes, and vast lagoons make it a haven for biodiversity, both on land and within its extensive coral reef systems. What better way to see these stunning reefs than having the entire ocean land on your head and compress you into them, I know, sounds fun hey, it is to Nate Florence and crew.