South Pacific provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of South Pacific. These are our tips for exploring South Pacific.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Set on 5 acres of tropical gardens featuring orchids, The Fiji Orchid offers a restaurant and swimming pool. It features massage facilities and a sun terrace.
Located in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), next to bustling Martin Place, The Westin Sydney features an à la carte restaurant,
At Park Hyatt Sydney guests can spend the day tanning by the heated pool and then treat themselves to a pampering session at the spa and wellness centre.
On an unspoiled tropical beach with no road access, Le Méridien offers views out over Bora Bora Lagoon to Mount Otemanu.
Hilton Cairns offers stylish rooms with a private balcony overlooking Trinity Inlet or Cairns city. It features a lagoon-style pool, a fitness
Located in the centre of picturesque Napier, this luxurious 5-star hotel is located in the center of the Art Deco Precinct.
Offering lovely views towards Mount Wellington, the 1847 Islington Hotel offers luxurious accommodation with original artwork and precious antiques.
Located on the world-famous Santa Monica Pier, Pacific Park® is the West Coast's only
Tackle monstrous waves during this 2-hour, advanced surfing lesson on Maui's south shore.
Discover the untouched South Pacific and explore the spectacular Sacred Islands, Yasawa
Take a beautiful 90 minute tour on our historical trollies or our modern shuttles thru the main
Discover the beauty of the Oregon Coast during this 7.5-hour small-group trip from Portland.
This tour will start traveling south on the famous Pacific Coast Highway, California Highway 1.
Valle de Guadalupe is Mexico’s wine country gaining acclaim and popularity from many people
Aitutaki’s stunning lagoon, brimming with marine life and ringed by 15 palm-covered motu (islets), is a South Pacific tearsure.
North of Koné, near the township of Voh, there’s a mangrove swamp which has developed some unusual natural designs.
Orientated east–west, this popular beach is a hotspot for visitors to Noumea, with hotels, restaurants, shopping and other attractions.
This popular and photogenic swimming spot is 10km from Port Vila. A series of clear aquamarine pools terrace up the hillside, culminating
Peering down into the rumbling, exploding lava storm of Mt Yasur is a sight you won't soon forget. The active volcano is so accessible
Million Dollar Point, where hundreds of tonnes of US military equipment was dumped, now shows its coral-encrusted machinery to snorkellers and divers.
At Goro on the east coast the road passes beside Wadiana falls, which cascade down a rocky slope into a natural pool where you can swim.
Iririki is the green, bungalow-laden island right across from Port Vila’s waterfront; it was closed following Cyclone Pam in 2015