Destinations South Pacific

South Pacific

This region is beholden to so many individual experiences, how do we decide which Island to visit?

Lazing on stretches of soft sand, trekking your way through rain forests and jungles, stumbling upon beautiful swimming holes and standing in awe of waterfalls. At the end of the day relaxing with fresh seafood or traditional culinary and entertainment experiences influenced by the mix of cultures who have made their home on these Islands and contributed to their history.

We all know the clarity of the water which envelopes us whilst we swim, snorkel, dive, surf and cruise in and on and the promise of swaying palm trees. We have all heard about the welcoming nature you will encounter on these islands.

But how do you decide where to start and which one to visit? Should you travel to Fiji, Cook Islands, or New Caledonia for a family vacation? Is Samoa, Tonga, Papua New Guinea or Palau going to be the best for untouched natural beauty? Romance ; do you choose Tahiti, Bora Bora or an adults-only option in Vanuatu? What do you do on Niue? Where do you dive for WW2 wrecks and where do you dive for marine life? And for a complete contrast, do you stretch your explorations to the southern most of the Pacific, Easter Island.

Cruising the South Pacific is a great way to discover this area if you have not visited before. This will take the guesswork out of which one, how long you should spend on one, and if they will have the level of services that may be important for your dream getaway.

On a cruise, you will have the opportunity to experience some of the smaller islands in a region, contrasting with a more developed port or two on the way, then, if you find one you love, you can always go back. And just as the Islands offer a feast of diversity, so do the Cruise options, this is not a one-size-fits all style of holiday.

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