Oceania is the planet’s smallest region but offers some of the biggest adventures. From scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef, skydiving in Bora Bora to grand performances at the Sydney Opera House, there is fun to be had by all.
Must see sights.
No matter where you choose to venture – Tahiti, Solomon Islands, New Zealand or Australia – something magical awaits you.
Great Barrier Reef.
Snorkel or scuba dive and explore a wealth of marine life with over 3,000 individual reef systems and coral cays. There is an array of activities to do at the Great Barrier Reef, from whale watching and swimming with dolphins to glass-bottomed boat viewing.
Tongariro National Park.
A natural wonder, the Tongariro National Park is the oldest national park in New Zealand and is considered one of the 28 mixed cultural and natural World Heritage Sites. Covering almost 80,000 hectares, there is a plethora of activities waiting to be experienced.
Jelly Fish Lake.
Rock Islands, Palau
A sight to behold, swim amongst the most colourful jellyfish in the world or watch them migrate to other parts of the lake, following the sun which feeds the algae they live on.