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South Pacific

Perhaps, this is the first direction that comes to our minds while thinking about honeymoons. Probably, each of us has dreamed about the unforgettable vacations in this region. Best beaches, best accommodations, best outdoor pursuits! Have you already guessed what we are talking about? Meet the South Pacific Islands! This incredible Water Continent is situated to the northeast of Australia. Thousands of ancient islands form the 28 million km2 territory including the ocean and dry land. The South Pacific region is divided into three groups – the Polynesian triangle, Melanesia and Micronesia. Each section has large and small countries with their own unique history and culture, natives and places of interest. Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti, Fiji, the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Guam – all of those islands are definitely worth seeing. So it’s time to join one from the numerous South Pacific cruises! Exciting Pacific... Read more

South Pacific

Perhaps, this is the first direction that comes to our minds while thinking about honeymoons. Probably, each of us has dreamed about the unforgettable vacations in this region. Best beaches, best accommodations, best outdoor pursuits! Have you already guessed what we are talking about? Meet the South Pacific Islands! This incredible Water Continent is situated to the northeast of Australia. Thousands of ancient islands form the 28 million km2 territory including the ocean and dry land. The South Pacific region is divided into three groups – the Polynesian triangle, Melanesia and Micronesia. Each section has large and small countries with their own unique history and culture, natives and places of interest. Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti, Fiji, the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Guam – all of those islands are definitely worth seeing. So it’s time to join one from the numerous South Pacific cruises! Exciting Pacific cruises will please you at any time. Tropical climate causes little temperature variations during all seasons. Fine weather, warm temperatures and boon water are at your disposal all year round. But you should take into account that this region has high and low seasons – just like any of tropical destinations. The first period lasts from June to October, and the second one – from November to May. There are many possible places to start your South Pacific cruise – Los Angeles, Australian and New Zealand ports, etc. Many cruise liners sail from the ports within the region. The most popular ports of call in the South Pacific are Bora-Bora, Moorea, Huahine, Christmas Island and many others. No matter, where is your point of destination – you’ll certainly meet there exotic nature, serene lagoons and beautiful beaches. Get ready to be spellbound with those killing sights during various shore excursions, water and extreme tours. Numerous spectacular events will present you the sea of unforgettable expressions and bright emotions. And those mindbending sounds will stay in your ears, hearts and souls for life. To get acquainted with the world of original local culture you should visit the Fiji Museum, the Gauguin Museum and many other famous museums and galleries. And of course you just have to taste each nation’s cuisine and bring many useful recipes and culinary secrets with you. This region amazes with its contrasts concerning things to do – you may choose between safari and shopping, visiting numerous native’s villages and lying on the gorgeous beach with some of refreshing cocktails. Make a romantic trip on a glass-bottom boat or spelunk in the mysterious caves, trek through the tropical jungle or conquer the top of the mighty mountain – the South Pacific Islands have prepared a whole lot of breath-taking activities for their guests. You will be completely engrossed by diving, canoeing, parasailing, windsurfing, jet-skiing and many other water activities. It’s just your right to select your own best way of the ideal rest. But what can be told surely is that any South Pacific trip won’t live you disappointed. Pleasing tropical weather, luxurious apartments, beautiful beaches and all-absorbing atmosphere of endless love and romance – these islands are able to make all your dreams come true!

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