The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge witnessed panpipes performances, traditional costumes and and an idyllic island retreat as part of their royal visit to the Solomon Islands.
Their trip is part of a nine-day tour that also takes in Singapore, Malaysia and Tuvalu as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The royal couple were given a colourful traditional welcome at Honiara airport, which included garlands of flowers and warriors in traditional dress.
After formalities at the Church of Melanesia cathedral and Prime Minister’s Office, Prince William and Kate toured a cultural village where they saw performances by people representing the nine provinces that make up the nation.
The couple attended a memorial in Honiara to the Coast Watchers - courageous Allied and Commonwealth soldiers and Solomon Islanders who passed on intelligence about Japanese military movements during the Second World War.
The Duke and Duchess had the chance to travel on a traditional war canoe between the islands of Marapa and Tavanipupu, where they received a traditional welcome by local inhabitants of the island.
In Tavanipupu, the Duke and Duchess had a short break from official engagements at a luxurious retreat for a night.
Everywhere the couple travelled they were met by crowds of well-wishers hoping for a glimpse or to exchange a few wordswith their royal visitors.