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South Pacific


South Pacific Vacation Rentals

Visit South Pacific and take advantage of many affordable South Pacific vacation packages we offer you. This fabulous region will provide you with cozy South Pacific bed and breakfasts and affordable South Pacific apartments you are looking for. Book a perfect vacation home for your South Pacific travel.

Things to do in South Pacific

This stunning place is home to some of the world's most fabulous white beaches, beautiful coral reefs and rugged volcanic islands rising from the blue ocean. Such destinations as Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Cook Islands offer variety of natural treasures, wildlife sanctuaries and vibrant cities. Read on to find out about the region's most interesting things to do.

Auckland

Nestled between two bodies of water, Waitemata and Manukau harbors, Auckland is a water sports fans' paradise with some of the best diving, fishing, sailing and windsurfing in the country. This New Zealand's largest city is also known for its idyllic islands, outstanding food and wine and vibrant nightlife.

Daintree Rainforest in Port Douglas

This World Heritage site is a true paradise for outdoor and nature lovers who visit Port Douglas in Australia. There are numerous ways to explore this amazing land including canoeing, hiking and safari trips. On such trips travelers will have the chance to visit Mossman Gorge National Park, Noah Valley, Daindree River and Coral Sea. Snorkeling, swimming in secluded waters of Blue Lagoon and strolling Cape Tribulation Beach are some of the activities.

Spa Centers on Bali

Known as "Island of the Gods", Bali is one of 13,000 islands of Indonesian archipelago and is located just a few miles from the eastern tip of the island of Java. Honeymooners and couples visit Bali for its numerous spa centers. The island is dotted with luxurious spas that offer a wide range of treatments and relaxation programs. Also, there are several hot springs to be discovered on Bali such as Air Panjar where tourists can unwind in natural pools amidst lush gardens.

Tahiti

Tahiti is the largest of the 118 islands that make up French Polynesia and is located in the Society Islands, an archipelago that includes Bora Bora and other islands. A honeymooner's premier destination, Tahiti is truly what paradise on earth looks like. Cascading waterfalls, tropical botanical gardens and dreamy beaches are some of the attractions that lure travelers to this amazing destination.

Cook Islands

Nestled between French Polynesia and Tonga, Cook Islands are an archipelago of fifteen islands that spread on over 2.2 million square kilometers of the Pacific Ocean. Clear turquoise waters, miles of white sand beaches and colorful underwater life draw tourists from all over the world to Cook Islands. Rarotonga, Atiu and Aitutaki are the main islands.

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