Azure water, lush flowers, diverse cultures, fantastic seafood and iconic over water bungalows, there is so much to discover in the South Pacific.
Fiji is blessed with 333 tropical islands that are home to some of the happiest people on Earth.
Stroll through a garden of exquisite orchids, explore the shops of Nadi town, take a romantic horseback ride along a sandy stretch of beach, snorkel and dive some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs, savor gourmet cuisine with a wide range of cultural influences, or simply view the spectacular South Seas sunsets. Adults and children of all ages will enjoy this tropical getaway. Can’t miss experience: Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool
Tahiti – Moorea – Bora Bora – island names that evoke a wonderful state of mind, seducing honeymooners, romantics, adventurers, and vacationers looking for escape. The French Polynesia covers over two million square miles of the South Pacific Ocean and is comprised of 118 islands spread over five great archipelagos, the largest island is Tahiti.
For visitors, there is no better place in the world to be in July. That’s when the 122 year old Heiva festival takes place that sees Tahitians gather in Papeete from many islands to display their crafts, compete in ancient sporting events, and recreate traditional and elaborate dance performances. Can’t miss experience: at least one night in an overwater bungalow.
The Cook Islands
Looking for a remote island paradise, discovered by few tourists? The Cook Islands are the perfect choice. Rarotonga is the largest of the 15 Cook Islands with a circumference of 32 km. Surrounded by sparking blue water there are endless opportunities to fish, snorkel and dive in between taking breaks to sunbath on the white sand beaches. Can’t miss experience: Te Vara Nui village over water night show.
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