Want to indulge in an island getaway with great diving and snorkeling, hosted by the world’s friendliest people?
Then Fiji is for you. Can’t get enough of powdery white sand beaches and turquoise lagoons teeming with tropical
fish? Try a stopover in Tahiti! Looking for a remote island paradise, discovered by few tourists? The Cook Islands
are the perfect choice. How about an adventure to a land untouched by time, with countless anthropological
adventures awaiting your discovery? That’s Papua New Guinea.
A thatch-roofed bure nestled under a fringed coconut palm,
beside a coral-filled sea, and the warm welcome of the Fijian
people will transport you to a simpler time.
Stroll through a garden of exquisite orchids, explore the shops
of Nadi town, take a romantic horseback ride along a sandy stretch
of beach, snorkel and dive some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs,
savor gourmet cuisine with a wide range of cultural influences, or simply
view the spectacular South Seas sunsets. Adults and children of all ages
will enjoy this tropical getaway. The friendliest islands in the South
Pacific invite you to indulge yourself in paradise and create memories
that will last a lifetime!
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French Polynesia (Tahiti)
Bask in the warmth of a secluded, sugar-white beach. Explore
lagoons of breathtaking clarity, their waters teeming with
rainbows of tropical fish.
In Papeete, you’ll find a modern, bustling port, with
shopping ranging from black pearl boutiques to island handicrafts
to the latest in French fashions. Sip a drink and people-watch
at a sidewalk café, or savor the delicate flavors of
French cuisine. On Moorea, jagged peaks, deep valleys, cascading
waterfalls and breathtaking bays make a stunning backdrop
for your tropical adventure. Bora Bora has been called the
most beautiful island in the world. Its lagoon, a haven for
watersports, ranges from palest turquoise to deepest blue.
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The beauty and charm of the Cook Islands is matched only
by the warmth and spontaneous hospitality of the locals. The
culture is expressed through music and dance, and the islanders
take great pride in traditional songs, Sunday hymns, and the
distinctive crafts which exist in their day-to-day lives.
Rarotonga is the largest of the fifteen islands, with white
sand beaches and a high mountainous interior, encircled by
a protective reef and lagoon. Partly volcanic and partly atoll,
Aitutaki boasts a crystal clear turquoise lagoon and white
sand beaches ... perfect for watersports. Leave the crowds
behind, and enjoy a truly unique island getaway.
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Papua New Guinea
Enter a land where stone-age culture exists just a few steps
from the modern world. Amid a rugged landscape of rainforests,
waterfalls, and jagged mountains, you’ll find ancient
civilizations rich with tradition.
Costumes of colorful feathers, body paint, shell ornaments,
mud masks, elaborate wigs, and woven grasses provide endless
contrasts for the photographer. Spirit houses—“haus
tambaran”— carry age-old symbolism. Papua New
Guinea’s art and handicrafts are world-renowned, and
reflect its great diversity of cultures. Pottery, carved wooden
masks and bowls, bilum or string bags, baskets, ceremonial
axes, clay and bamboo ornaments, charms and musical instruments
all make unique souvenirs of an unforgettable place. Uncover
the secrets of this fascinating land.
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