Pacific Islands

Characterised by mostly tropical climates, the Pacific Islands refers to a group of stunning island nations that lie within the Pacific Ocean. Including New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii, Vanuatu, Norfolk Island and the Cook Islands, the region is a popular holiday destination for those seeking awe-inspiring landscapes, gin-clear waters, and the opportunity to unwind.

Renowned for their dazzlingly white beaches and kaleidoscopic reef systems, the Pacific Islands region also offer visitors insight into richly diverse cultures and customs of the unique countries. Offering myriad opportunities for adventure (think active volcanoes, challenging hikes and underwater exploration), travellers find bliss among the remote resorts, fresh seafood and bottomless bars of the Pacific Islands.

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