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Oceania.

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’s fun to be had by all. But it doesn’t stop there, no matter where you choose to venture – Tahiti, Solomon Islands, New Zealand or Australia, something magical awaits you.

No matter where you choose to venture – Tahiti, Solomon Islands, New Zealand or Australia, something magical awaits you.

Top Places to Visit.

To say that you can go island hopping is not far from the truth. You can, as everything is within fairly close proximity. Experience more of what you want – more fun, more adventure and more sightseeing. What more could you ask for?

Photo 1 of 3: Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

It’s naturally stunning and a place you can marvel at all day and the activities will quickly capture your attention. You can snorkel and explore a wealth of marine life with over 3,000 individual reef systems and coral cays. Then there’s whale watching, swimming with dolphins, helicopter tours and glass-bottomed boat viewing. There’s so much to do, but so little time to take it all in – unless you extend your vacation!

Photo 2 of 3: Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

Tongariro National Park was awarded World Heritage site status and it’s no surprise as this natural wonder is one of the most special places on earth. Covering almost 80,000 hectares, there’s a plethora of activities waiting to be experienced. So be sure to have your camera on hand as you don’t want to miss capturing the enchanting images – or just store them in your memory.

Photo 3 of 3: Jelly Fish Lake, Rock Islands, Palau

You may not be swimming with Nemo or Dory, but what you will find is thousands of colourful jellyfish. It’s a sight to behold. Swim amongst them or watch them migrate to other parts of the lake, following the sun which feeds the algae they live on.

Be Inspired.

Oceania is a collection of beautiful islands and once explored you can have your own collection of memories. Check out our blogs for more inspiration.

Artistic Traditions of the Cook Islands.

If you’re an arts and crafts aficionado, then the Cook Islands is going to make your smile a little broader.

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Papua New Guinea: A Walking Tour of WWII.

Abandoned tunnels, leftover artillery and a veritable airplane graveyard are just a few of the sights you may see scattered around, commingling with nature in entrancing ways.

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Rugby: A Major Fijian Pastime

Attending a rugby game among the screaming throngs will turn you into a true local. Just make sure you’re “rooting” for the local team!

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