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Mbonege Beach, Honiara
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Get away from it all at the well-kept and secluded Mbonege Beach, home to a pair of Japanese World War II shipwrecks known as Bonegi I and II. Once you've had enough of sunbathing, the naval relics make for an exciting snorkel or scuba expedition that even the most inexperienced diver can tackle. Picnic on the pebbled sands, scour the waves for tropical fish, and lounge under the palms trees with a good book--but leave valuables back at the ranch and look out for falling coconuts! To visit Mbonege Beach on your holiday in Honiara, and find out what else Honiara has to offer, use our Honiara tour planner.
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The sea lice were terrible the water was murky and the place was rather boring. There was nothing to do there other than sit around and get bitten by ants.
We were with a paid guide so didn't get charged for entry. Nice beach. The wreck is close to the beach and easy to snorkel. Didn't spend more than 15 minutes in the water. Quite rough and poor clarity... read more »
This beach is the only access to the Bonegi wreck and the locals hold users up like bushrangers. The charge to drive into the park is way over the top but they know that if you want to dive you are fo... read more »
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