The South Pacific encompasses the diverse regions of Australia and New Zealand to the smaller island regions of Tahiti, Fiji and Hawaii, each with its own attractions and diversions. The turquoise waters of Fiji’s three-hundred islands and the atolls of Tahiti offer fantastic vistas of mountains and white sand beaches, while New Zealand’s open pastures and traditional wineries provide a different but equally relaxed interpretation of life.
The more densely populated coast of Australia provides all manner of modern entertainments in addition to its natural marvels, such as the Great Barrier Reef, excellent for scuba diving. Like Australia, Hawaii has all the modern comforts in addition to its active volcanoes and nature preservers. All the islands of the South Pacific, known for their warmth and hospitality, are ready to share their natural beauty with you.