Pacific

Experience the ultimate desert island paradise in Fiji, the Cook Islands or French Polynesia. Or enjoy a typically warm Kiwi welcome to all the wonders of New Zealand, from whale-watching to glacier skiing. Or explore Australia’s diversity, from its lively cities to the spectacular outback, vast floodplains, rainforest, fabulous surfing beaches and colorful barrier reefs. The only tough bit is choosing where to go first.

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Fiji

Fiji

Powder-white beaches, turquoise waters and endless sunshine are what this part of the world is all about. Add to this fascinating coral reefs, dramatic volcanic peaks and a wonderfully laidback atmosphere, and you won’t want to come home.

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Cook Islands

Cook Islands

The Cook Islands is a collection of 15 islands scattered across the Pacific Ocean. Some are volcanic with high interiors and close-in reefs, some are atolls with large turquoise lagoons and long white sandy beaches. All are remote and unspoilt.

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French Polynesia

French Polynesia

Approximately 120 islands in the heart of the South Pacific make up French Polynesia, all differing in terrain. The Society islands are mountainous, with jagged peaks and blue lagoons, while The Tuamotu Archipelago is a chain of coral atolls perfect for diving and spotting black pearls.

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