Discover our Pacific Islands
The sparkling emerald jewels in the heart of the Pacific Ocean. With rainforest-covered tropical islands, American Samoa is a paradise steeped in rich history and culture. As a United States Territory in the Southern Hemisphere, it boasts a unique blend of Polynesian heritage and American influence. Here, you won’t find five-star hotels or mass tourism but an eco-tourism haven with affordable accommodations, pristine nature, and the friendliest people in the South Pacific.
Enjoy lounging on beaches, yoga on mountain tops, hiking in the National Park, snorkeling in lagoons, visiting historical World War II sites, diving in the Marine Sanctuary, and shopping and dining without sales tax.
Embark on an unforgettable journey! Explore the islands, experience the rich culture, and enjoy your holiday in American Samoa. Start planning your adventure today!
The Cook Islands, an unspoiled paradise in the South Pacific. Comprising 15 islands, the Cook Islands boast white sand beaches, crystal-clear blue lagoons, and lush green mountains. Here, you won’t find any branded resorts or buildings taller than a coconut tree, but you will find modern conveniences, undiscovered luxury, and a tranquil environment perfect for relaxation. Whether you’re looking for adventure, culture, or simply a peaceful retreat, the Cook Islands offer a plethora of activities and experiences.”
Visiting the Cook Islands is now easier with non-stop flights available via Auckland, Papeete, and Honolulu. Sydney direct flight will commence on 29 June 2023.
The Cook Islands offer a wide range of accommodation options including adults-only resorts, family-friendly hotels, holiday homes, and villas. Most properties are small to medium-sized, set by the beach in lush tropical gardens.
Enjoy snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding, sea scooters, lagoon cruises, fishing, diving, and cultural experiences.
The Cook Islands have a beautiful tropical environment all year round. Learn more about the best time to visit.
Ready to experience a little piece of paradise? Plan your trip to the Cook Islands and immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of this South Pacific gem. #LoveALittleParadise
Federated States of Micronesia
Embark on an adventure to the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), a nation of 607 islands in the heart of the Caroline Islands Archipelago. This remote and stunning destination boasts nearly a million square miles of ocean, home to unrivalled cultural and biological diversity. With the world’s most magnificent coral reefs, some of the best pelagic fisheries, and the mysterious ancient city of Nan Madol, FSM is a treasure trove for nature enthusiasts and history buffs alike. FSM is a mosaic of vibrant cultures and natural wonders, comprising four unique island states – Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Kosrae, each with its geography, ecology, language, and culture.
Explore popular destinations such as The Mnuw in Yap, Wiya Bird Cave in Kosrae, Kepirohi Waterfall in Pohnpei, and Nefo Cave & Old Japanese Gun in Chuuk.
Engage in marine activities, explore nature, and immerse yourself in traditional culture, dances, local food & drink, and attire.
Ready to dive into an ocean of possibilities and uncover the secrets of ancient civilizations? Discover the Federated States of Micronesia and experience the excitement and beauty of this Pacific paradise, including the enigmatic Nan Madol. Your adventure awaits!
Bula! Often referred to as the ‘Crossroads of the South Pacific’ because of its geographical location, the Fiji Islands is a hospitable land of contrasts in people, flora, fauna and culture. It is home to people who have been called the friendliest on earth. Fiji consists of 333 mountainous islands of volcanic origin scattered over the Pacific Ocean.
A serene and culturally rich island nation in the Pacific Ocean. Comprising 33 islands, Kiribati is the epitome of tranquillity and peace. It is not just a destination but an experience that offers a glimpse into a simple yet fulfilling life. With islands straddling all four hemispheres, Kiribati is unique in its geography. From world-class fishing to diving, and cultural experiences to outer island adventures, Kiribati is a treasure trove for travellers seeking the unknown.
Engage in world-class fishing, explore diving in Kiribati, participate in cultural experiences, and embark on outer island adventures.
Ready to embrace serenity and embark on an adventure like no other? Discover Kiribati and immerse yourself in the rich culture and breathtaking natural beauty of this Pacific paradise. Mauri awaits you!
Iakwe and welcome to the Marshall Islands, an enchanting nation of 29 coral atolls and 1,156 individual islands and islets in the Pacific Ocean. Officially known as the Republic of the Marshall Islands, this destination is a diver’s paradise, renowned for its rich marine life and stunning coral reefs. With lush vegetation, including coconuts, papayas, breadfruit trees, and vibrant flowers, the Marshall Islands offer a tranquil and picturesque setting for a perfect getaway.
The Marshall Islands are known for diving opportunities, marine life exploration, and enjoying the serene environment.
Ready to dive into the crystal-clear waters and explore the vibrant marine life of the Pacific? Start planning your trip to the Marshall Islands and immerse yourself in this island paradise’s natural beauty and tranquillity. Your adventure in the Marshall Islands awaits!
Bonjour and welcome to New Caledonia, the heart of the Pacific. This French overseas territory is a treasure trove of diversity, offering an exceptional variety of landscapes, cultures, and activities. Nestled to the east of Australia, New Caledonia is an archipelago protected by the world’s largest lagoon. From the modern coastal capital of Nouméa to the picture-postcard-perfect islands, the lush East Coast imbued with Kanak spirit, the Wild West of the West Coast, and the adventurous Great South, New Caledonia is a destination like no other.
Set sail for the Pacific treasure! Embark on a journey to New Caledonia and indulge in a blend of vibrant cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and thrilling adventures. Bon voyage!
Fakaalofa lahi atu and welcome to Niue, a Pacific Island paradise like no other. Niue is one of the smallest countries and one of the largest raised coral atolls on Earth. With a population of less than 1,500, Niue is a place where it’s normal for complete strangers to wave at each other. From crystal-clear waters perfect for diving and snorkelling to legendary fishing experiences, Niue is a destination where nature hasn’t been broken, and things are ‘the way they used to be’.
Engage in diving, snorkelling, fishing, exploring tracks, walks, and caves, and immerse yourself in Niuean culture and art.
Are you ready to wave hello to a serene and untouched paradise? Set your sails for Niue and dive into a world of crystal-clear waters, rich culture, and genuine hospitality. Niue is calling!
Papua New Guinea
Welcome to Papua New Guinea, a land of a million different journeys. This diverse and enchanting country is a tapestry of cultures, landscapes, and languages. From the highlands with their unique tribal cultures and the Sepik with its river communities to the islands with their white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, Papua New Guinea is a destination that invites you to experience the unexpected and the extraordinary.
Embark on a journey through time and tradition. Venture into Papua New Guinea and uncover the rich tapestry of cultures, landscapes, and languages that await. Take the path less travelled!
Talofa and welcome to Samoa, where the vibrant culture is as stunning as the natural beauty. This Pacific Island paradise is made up of two main islands, Savai’i and Upolu, and several smaller islands and islets. With its pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and rich Polynesian culture, Samoa is a destination that offers an authentic and unforgettable island experience.
Unearth the secrets of the Pacific and let the waves guide you to the shores of Samoa. Embrace the island life and let the spirit of Polynesia captivate your soul. Talofa awaits!
“Welcome to the Solomon Islands, an archipelago of 992 tropical islands and atolls scattered in a gentle curve in the South Pacific. The Solomon Islands is a tapestry of cultures and natural beauty. From the vibrant and unique cultures to the stunning underwater treasures and the lush tropical rainforests, the Solomon Islands is a paradise waiting to be explored.
Unveil the hidden gems of the South Pacific. Embark on a journey to the Solomon Islands and immerse yourself in a world of cultural wonders and natural splendours. The islands are calling!
The Islands of Tahiti
Tahiti. The word evokes visions of an island paradise, exotic days, romantic nights and South Sea adventure. The Islands of Tahiti exude a power of life that makes every experience in these islands unforgettable. The Tahitians’ call this power, Mana. And, you will feel it ripple up your spine the moment you step off the plane, and it will fill your soul, you will taste it and smell it in the air. Once you’ve experienced The Islands of Tahiti, it will flow through your veins forever. With 118 islands boasting high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, turquoise-blue lagoons, white sand, palm-fringed beaches, and luxuriously intimate resorts, each island paradise has something for everyone.
You’ll love Timor-Leste (East Timor), a wonderful new tourism travel destination offering incredible natural beauty, rich history and a unique cultural experience. Relax on our stunning beaches, be wowed by our tropical reefs and explore our rugged mountainous interior. The warm hospitality of our people is legendary. With regular flights from Bali, Singapore and Australia our country is easy to get to. From Darwin, it’s just over an hour by plane. If you are interested in other cultures, and different places and have an adventurous spirit, Timor-Leste (East Timor) is for you – so come and visit.
Tokelau consists of three atolls located about 483 km north of Samoa. Atafu is the northernmost atoll, 92 km north of Nukunonu, which in turn lies 64 km north of Fakaofo. Each atoll consist of a number of reef-bound islets (motu) encircling a lagoon. The islets vary in size from 90 m to 6 km in length and from a few metres to 200 metres in width. The largest atoll is Nukunonu at 4.7 sq km. Fakaofo and Atafu are 4 sq km and 3.5 sq km respectively. From Atafu in the north to Fakaofo in the south, the group extends for just under 200 km. The atolls are three to five metres above sea level. Tokelau has a total land area of approximately 12 sq km. The reef extends only a short distance from the shore and then drops sharply into deep waters. Each of the three atolls has its own administrative centre.
Journey back in time to experience the Kingdom of Tonga’s authentic and compelling mix of centuries- old culture, history and traditions. Understand why Tonga’s relaxing combination of uncrowded, unhurried and undiscovered is the “True South Pacific”. Experience a monarchy unique in the South Pacific, and a generous and genuine welcome from the people of the nation dubbed the ‘Friendly Isles.’
If all you want is to disappear, relax under a palm tree and not be bothered by anyone with fewer than 1000 tourists a year, Tuvalu is the place to be. Tuvalu is one of the world’s smallest (total land area of just 26 km2 and a population of just 8,000) and most isolated island nations. This unspoilt corner of the Pacific offers a peaceful and non-commercialised environment that is ideal for rest and relaxation
Wallis and Futuna
Located more than 16,000 kilometers from France, Wallis and Futuna are unique islands still largely unexplored by tourist circuits. Official figures show only a hundred tourists per year… And the boats that dock each year can be counted on the fingers of one hand! We are far from the situation of other Pacific islands where several cruise ships stop every day to visit, in a few hours, a city or a site. In Wallis and Futuna , time passes differently.
There are thousands of unique and wonderful places to discover and explore in the South Pacific and your own personal travel guide who has been trained and has experienced the South Pacific for themselves is the perfect person to plan your next island getaway or daring adventure. Find a South Pacific Specialist near you to help you plan your next holiday.