Solomon Islands Travel Alerts and Warnings

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How will coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions affect your trip to the Solomon Islands in 2020? Read the latest travel warnings and alerts.

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A small village on grassy hills in Guadalcanal's mainland of Solomon Islands Photo © Getty Images/maciej_wyzgol

Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions for the Solomon Islands – updated 13 May, 2020

From 22 March, a ban on all incoming foreigners was put in place.

Honiara International Airport is closed to all scheduled international flights. All incoming travelers who do enter the country must complete a Traveller’s Public Health Declaration, and provide full details of their accommodation, itinerary and personal contact details for 14 days after arrival.

Wondering how your travel insurance might be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak? Find answers to some of our common questions about COVID-19.

8.0 magnitude earthquake strikes near the Solomon Islands – 6 February, 2013

A magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck at a depth of 3.6mi (5.8km) off the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean on 6 February, 2013.

The earthquake triggered a potentially destructive tsunami, causing a tsunami warning to be issued for the South Pacific islands.

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