The remote and diverse lands of the South Pacific
Where in Oceania would you like to go?
Oceania is a vast and unique region of the world, where remote island countries, both sensationally large and incredibly small, are connected by the vast Pacific Ocean. From huge, cosmopolitan cities in Australia to jaw-dropping coastlines and mountains in New Zealand, this region at the end of the world showcases some of the most diverse peoples, landscapes and fauna on earth. Get your adventure hat ready and create your own holiday in this epic part of the world.
The largest country in Oceania and one of the largest in the world, Australia can overwhelm visitors with the sheer amount of unique activities and sights on offer. Stellar coastlines on the west coast, the modern metropolises of Melbourne and Sydney, and the hypnotic Outback call to all kind of travellers. See why this country will call you back time and again.
A remote and rugged country, New Zealand was one of the world’s last discovered territories. The country defines the world unspoiled: take a glacier hike, stroll down the dock in Auckland, or go for a surf on one of the country’s the many epic beaches—and don’t forget to get away from it all. This country is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.
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