The South Pacific Islands offer fascinating heritage and culture, outstanding adventure experiences and a multitude of natural wonders to explore. Whether you are looking for multi-day jungle treks, small ship expedition cruising, engaging local cultures or the ultimate in world-class diving, you will not be disappointed. From World Heritage-listed isles such as Lord Howe and Norfolk, an idyllic white sand paradise like Tahiti, the Cook Islands or New Caledonia, or the last frontier in Papua New Guinea, your adventure awaits.
Blog Posts on the South Pacific
By Alisha Lockie
Having a broad range of South Pacific Island paradises right on our doorstep is a real perk of being a Kiwi or an Aussie – the ability to jump on a plane and within four hours or less and be on a pristine beach with a cocktail in hand really is a...
By Aya Ishii
& Blake Powell The islands of the South Pacific are a diver’s paradise. Opportunities to immerse yourself in the deep blue and explore the marine life are numerous and it can be overwhelming trying to figure out where to go. We have put together a list of our top five diving spots...
By Ben Janeczko
Pristine beaches, spectacular landscapes, engaging culture and crystal clear water abounds – how do you choose? We have asked our team for their favourite islands to help you navigate your way to the perfect South Pacific adventure! Upolu, Samoa – Alisha I have visited most of the islands in the Pacific, and...
With an idyllic climate, endless adventure and pure relaxation, these pristine islands are the perfect escape.
An adventure playground of white sand beaches and lush rainforests, thriving coral reefs and fish-filled lagoons.
Explore volcanoes, snorkel with manta rays or discover the fascinating ancient and modern cultures.
Escape to this World Heritage-listed island to hike scenic tracks, meet rare wildlife & relax in peaceful surroundings.
Discover 100 islands where you can explore countless natural sites and experience the fascinating culture.
A natural adventure playground of caves, beaches, swimming holes and walking tracks sitting on a lone coral atoll.
This fascinating island has a World Heritage convict history, spectacular scenery and a laid back culture.
Meet colourful locals and explore a pristine maritime playground as you explore the final frontier in travel.
A string of volcanic islands renowned for its natural beauty, genuine hospitality and stunning adventures.
This picture-perfect island is more than just a surfer's paradise, with remarkable wildlife, engaging culture & much more.
Welcome to the Friendly Islands, where natural beauty is only surpassed by the warmth and authenticity of the people.
Explore 83 volcanic islands shrouded in thick jungle. Find a private swimming hole, or climb an active volcano.