Stirling Island Vacations
The Solomon Islands is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is easy. Make sure you to set aside enough time to tour the numerous things to see and do this region has to offer.
Exercise your grey matter by visiting the Solomon Islands' wonderful history museums.
The area around Stirling Island offer some fun outdoor options for energetic visitors with a love of watersports. Surfing and scuba diving are some of the popular water-based activities here.
A great way to discover the true soul of a place is by exploring the eating establishments in the area. Try something off the menu and strike up a conversation with local residents. Amongst the variety of elements commonly used here are fish and taro roots. Of course no trip to this region would be finished without tasting ulu (breadfruit) or green papaya curry. Finish with green papaya, a common dessert. Those who don't drink alcoholic beverages will can order kava (juice made plant roots), a common drink in this region.
The 7th of July is Independence Day, so if you're visiting at this time, be aware that banks, business and some attractions may have changed opening hours as the country celebrates.
For those who intend on traveling by air, take into account that the nearest major airport is Buka Airport, 290 miles (467 kilometers) to the northwest of Stirling Island.