Discover the experiences, places, and journeys that make Australia one of the most desired holiday destinations in the world. With its cosmopolitan cities, rich indigenous culture, spellbinding coastlines, revered food and wine, the Australian outback, untouched nature and wildlife, and plenty of options for travelling within the great country, you’ll soon realize that you may need more time than expected to get to know Australia.
Explore Australia’s Aboriginal experiences.
Traverse the Outback in a jeep tour.
Enjoy a mouth-watering steak in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia’s beef capitol.
Play golf in some of the most scenic and varied landscapes in the world.
The radiance and color of Tahiti is unforgettable. The earliest explorers thought they had found paradise on earth when they came across these picture-perfect islands, and today's travelers are no less entranced by the volcanic mountain peaks clothed in lush tropical vegetation and exotic flowering plants, and encased by coral reefs, warm waters and white sand beaches. Add to this abundant beauty the warm hospitality of locals, a collection of world-class resorts, spas, fine restaurants, nightclubs and vibrant markets, and one would imagine the islands would be over-run with exuberant vacationers.
La Plage de Maui: The primary reason why so many tourists flock to this specific beach is obvious. Its sand boasts a pearly white sheen to it. As opposed to the darker black hue of the other volcanic beaches.
Fautanua Waterfall: You may actually prefer visiting Tahiti during it's rainy season for this waterfall alone. The more rainwater, the more dramatic of a view!
Visit Papeete: The capital city of Tahiti leaves you plenty of shopping, dining and night life opportunites. Soak up the culture!
The Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands: This historic museum is dedicated to educating visitors about this beautiful archipelago and its rich history.
New Zealand remains an unspoiled paradise waiting to be discovered. Be awestruck by stunning Alps, volcanoes, fjords, native forest, and perfect beaches. Trek through the engulfing wilderness and breathe in the backdrops made famous on the silver screen. Whether you stay in a luxurious oceanside villa, a majestic mountain lodge, or a cozy campsite, you're sure to find your paradise in New Zealand.
Experience the real Middle-earth by visiting the Hobbiton Movie Set, featured in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.
Catch a rugby game with some of New Zealand’s die-hard fans.
Take advantage of the exceptionally dark skies by gazing at constellations through a telescope tour.
Go “black water rafting” in the North Island’s Waitomo Caves in the Waikato region.
Experience Maori culture—meet the local people and enjoy a hangi feast cooked in earth ovens.
Explore the Franz Josef Glacier on a guided walk to fit any skill level.
Savor a glass of wine on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail.
Paddle your way through Maori rock carvings on a kayak through Lake Taupo.
Test your limits at the Nevis Bungee platform.
Try one (or all) of the 9 Great Walks of New Zealand to witness its finest scenery.
See one of Kaikoura’s resident whales through a guided boat tour.
Fiji is a mecca for all dreamers, adventurers, fun seekers, lovers, divers, backpackers, families, naturalists and anyone else who is looking for their very own tropical experience of a lifetime. Immerse yourself in fascinating culture and local traditions, while enjoying the warm hospitality of some of the friendliest people on earth. You’ll soon realize that even if you’ve never been here before, you have a lifetime friend in both the people and islands of Fiji.
Fiji is comprised of 333 islands in the South Pacific full of beaches, coral gardens, and rain forests.
Both the movie Castaway and the series Survivor: Fiji were shot on location in the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji.
Stroll on glimmering white beaches hand-in-hand at sunset.
Snorkel or dive amidst brilliantly-hued marine life.
Take a glass bottom cruise around the outer 300+ Fiji Islands.
Trek lush rainforests and find your own very own waterfall.
Get a bird’s eye view of Fiji from a personal helicopter tour.
Whitewater raft over clear and clean waterways.
There are 80,000 registered rugby players in Fiji, nearly 10% of the total population.
The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park was Fiji’s first national park, where pottery has been found at an estimated 3,000 years old.