Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Aitutaki, also known as Ararau and Utataki, is one of the Cook Islands, north of Rarotonga. It is the second most visited island of the Cook Islands. Aitutaki is famous for its turquoise central lagoon, uninhabited islands and palm-fringed beaches. Noteworthy also are an old church (the oldest in the Cook Islands) and some gigantic banyan trees.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora island is a piece of paradise, an ideal destination for romantic souls. The island is surrounded by a coral reef, which creates a lagoon with calm, shallow, light blue waters. Slopes with rich tropical vegetation, valleys full of flowers and blossoms of hibiscus and palm trees swaying in the wind. Discover the beauty of the island, such as Mount Otemanou, one of the two picks of an extinct volcano that looks like a castle and touches the clouds.
Cobia, Fiji Islands
Cobia Island is part of Fiji’s Ringgold Isles archipelago. That chain of islands forms a crescent moon, similar to the shape of Cobia Island, which leads to an outlier group toward the northern island of Vanua Levu. The island was and is recognizable from its crescent shape, the tall and abundant trees that surround the island, and by its impressive coral reef. Cobia offers a diverse landscape with a portion of the land devoured by wooded forests, tropical vistas and serene shores with crystal clear waters and diverse sea life.
Euaiki Island, South Pacific
Treasure Island Eueiki Eco Resort is located on the island of Eueiki, part of the Vava’u island group in the Kingdom of Tonga. The resort is situated in the heart of the South Pacific on a 40-acre, privately-owned island paradise. The island has a beautiful white, sandy beach fringed with swaying palms, pristine clear waters, a lush tropical forest, rich bird life and amazing caves, cliffs and rock formations formed by the tides. There are great opportunities to observe whales while dining, and you may even be lucky enough to have the unique experience of swimming with them right from our beach.
Laoutoka is located in the western part of the Viti Levu island, in Fiji islands, at the Pacific. Laoutoka is known as the "Sugar City", because of its sugar cane belt areas. It is worthwhile visiting the "Sugar Mill", the temple "Hare Krishna", the beautiful Botanical Garden, walk to the central shopping street and shop at duty-free shops and handicraft markets.
Fulaga is a narrow crescent-shaped reef-limestone island in Fiji's Southern Lau Group. It is known for its scenic beauty and beautiful lagoon that supplies the inhabitants with different varieties of fish and sea shells. Its scenic beauty is truly unsurpassed. Fulanga’s islanders are renowned throughout Fiji for their exquisite carving skills, especially for their magnificent carved canoes.
Leleuvia is a small coral island located south of Ovalau in an area known as the Moturiki Passage, has become known as the perfect place for backpackers. The island is surrounded by clear waters, palm trees and wrapped in 2 kilometres of white beaches. Its crystal blue waters are ideal for snorkelling.
Levuka is a town on the eastern coast of the island of Ovalau, Fiji. Levuka is famous for many of Fiji's "firsts." It was the site of Fiji's first bank, post office, school, private members club, hospital, town hall, and municipal government. The town has quite a few landmarks.
Motu Iriru, Raiatea French Polynesia
Motu Iriru is a very small islet where you arrive by boat or motorized canoe from Raiatea. The water is clear, transparent and emerald.
Neiafu, Vavau, Tonga
Neiafu is a picturesque port of Vava'u group islands. It is a center of activity and a popular destination in South Pacific, for yauchts and cruise ships. This place is famous for its crystal clear waters and this fact makes diving and snorkelling a unique experience. Coral reefs and scenic caves are here to be explored! Do not forget to go for whale watching, a very common activity in this area.
Palmerston Island, Cook Islands
Palmerston Island is a coral atoll in the Cook Islands in the Pacific Ocean. A true atoll, Palmerston Island consists of a number of sandy islets on a continuous ring of coral reef enclosing a lagoon. All the islets are wooded with coconut palms, pandanus, and native trees.
Papeete (Tahiti French Poly)
French Polynesia is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, part of the French territory. The most famous island of French Polynesia is Tahiti, where is located Papeet. Here you can wonder around and visit on foot all the attractions such as Bougainville Park, the cathedral of Notre Dame, the presidential mansion, the city hall and the papeete market.
Raiatea island is the second largest island in the archipelago of French Polynesia. It's considered to be sacred and the cultural heart of all Polynesia. It was the first stop of the first Polynesians who arrived from Hawaii to settle in new places.
Ringgold Isles, Solomon Islands, South Pacific
Ringgold Isles offer a unique and off-the-beaten-path travel experience for those who are interested in exploring remote and untouched corners of the world.
The Ringgold Isles are a small group of islands located in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. The islands are named after the United States Navy officer Cadwalader Ringgold, who explored the area in the mid-19th century.
The Ringgold Isles are known for their pristine natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and coral reefs teeming with marine life. The islands are home to a small population of people who make their living through subsistence farming and fishing.
Uoleva Island, Tonga
Uoleva is a sand-cay island in Lifuka district of Tonga. Almost uninhabited, it is known for its five small resorts and clean, quiet beaches. There are no roads, electricity is only generated by small-scale solar panels and water is available only from rainwater collection tanks. The first Lapita settlers arrived on Tonga in approximately 2850 B.P. (900 BCE), the sea level was 2 metres (6.6 feet) higher than it is today, making it a much smaller island.
Vanua Balavu, Lau Islands, Fiji
Vanua Balavu is an island located on the archipelago of Northern Lau Islands in Fiji. It is a volcanic island, full of coral reefs and a spectacular sea cave.