Local dive operators call Grand Central Station at the northwestern tip of the island one of the world’s best fish dives. It’s a drift dive off a deep wall, a gathering place for sharks, rays, trevally, and barracuda. And as a backdrop, the wall itself is a colorful mosaic of soft corals and seafans,
Wood carvings, a long tradition in these islands, are the favorite souvenir of visitors (miniature canoes are a mainstay on Ghizo). For those interested in culture beyond the souvenir shops, walking tours that include insights into bush medicine, shell money, and village life are available through the local hotels.