Munda (pronounced ‘Moonda’) is the largest town on the island of New Georgia, and is made up of several villages. The largest of which “Lambete” is the most populated with shops, a post office, accommodation, airport and seaport.
The Japanese built the airstrip to use as a base during World War II. The battles with the allied forces left remnants both on land and under the water for divers and history enthusiasts to see today. Take in some cultural history at Skull Island, where graves and shrines can be seen.