There is always something exciting going on in the Solomon Islands. Check below for upcoming celebrations, festivals or events in the Solomon Islands - among other things. Also take a look at a tour in the Solomon Islands to find out the best ways of spending your time and seeing the real sights on the islands!
Sporting activities will be held in all main centres and larger villages.
Celebrating the Organic Registration of Simbo Island products due to the effort of the Madegugusu Women in Business.
Christmas celebrations and services held in most churches. Most offices and shops are closd for a long weekend.
Celebrated as family day. Most shops and offices are closed.
The Second Appointed Day marks the establishment of local Provincial Government for the Choiseul Province and its inhahitants.
The Second Appointed Day marks the establishment of local Provincial Governement for the Isabel Province and its inhabitants.
The Second Appointed Day marks the establishment of the local Provincial Government for Temotu Province and its inhabitants.
The Festival will be celebrating the official launch of the 400m Conservation Area with sports, singing, music, Best Speech and Drawing competitions.
The Queen's Birthday is one of the most important events in the Solomon Islands calendar.
The Second Appointed Day marks the establishment of local Provincial Government for the Central Province and its inhabitants.
National Independence Day is the most important event for the people of the Solomon Islands.
The inaugural Akuila Talasasa Festival of Arts has been moved back now to be held on 18th and 19th July 2014 in the Western Provincial capital of Gizo. The 2 day festival aims to show-case artistic activities, demonstrations, performances, and dynamics that are traditional and historical to the people and communities of Western Solomon’s.
The Second Appointed Day marks the establishment of local Provincial Governement for the Rennell and Bellona Province and its inhabitants.