Honiara is the capital city of the Solomon Islands. Honiara is administered as a provincial town on the northwestern coast of Guadalcanal. Honiara city is served by Honiara International Airport and the sea port of Point Cruz. Honiara lies along the Kukum Highway. Honiara contains the majority of the major government buildings and institutions of Solomon Islands. One of the most impressive sights in Honiara is the National Parliament building. Honiara experiences a tropical climate with hot, humid temperatures during the day. November through April experiences more rain but rainfall is common throughout the year.
Honiara Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Is Honiara a good choice for a family holiday?
Honiara area is a great choice for a family holiday with its many beaches and activities to keep the whole family entertained. All you need is a ticket for a flight to Honiara. Be sure of when you want to travel to avoid asking for a refund on your ticket. Familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions of the airline.
Can I rent a Hotel in Honiara?
There are many hotels where one can rent. Hotels like King solomons Hotel, Heritage park hotel and many others.
What is an airline ticket?
An airline ticket is a document issued by a travel agency that confirms that one is entitled to seat on a flight. There are two types of airline tickets; paper and electronic tickets. Either ticket is required to obtain a boarding pass and with the ticket and boarding pass at hand one is allowed to board an aircraft. However, the benefit of the e-ticket is that there is no need for one to worry about leaving his ticket behind. This ticket offers many advantages over a paper ticket.
What's the weather like?
Warm and tropical, the Solomon Islands weather and climate is similar to that of its neighbours, with a humid summer season between November and April. This is considered the wet season, however most of the rainfall occurs overnight or in short bursts during the days. The warmest month is January and the wettest month is March.