The waters offshore from the site is called Iron Bottom Sound because of the extensive number of wrecked vessels and aircraft from the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War II. The wrecks have the dual benefit of attracting WWII veterans and their families back to the Islands as well as providing an excellent and internationally recognised scuba diving facility.
More about the site
The site is approximately 8 kilometers in length and varies from 1-2 kilometers in width. It is crossed by a series of creeks and rivers which flow northward to the sea. The Poha River forms the eastern boundary and the Mavo River the Western Boundary. The isle has many kilometers of attractive coral sand beach with fringing coconut palms and frontal dune vegetation. View a map of the site
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