White beach. Clear blue water. Quiet. Overwater bungalows. You get the picture. Heaven on Earth. Tahiti.
600 islands grouped in four states, each with its own culture, traditions and identity.
Solomon Islands are a South Pacific archipelago east of Papua New Guinea. They occupy a strategic location on sea routes between the South Pacific Ocean, the Solomon Sea, and the Coral Sea.
An island full of natural wonders: from the unique annual red crab migration to unusual birds and deserted beaches.
It's not so easy to get to them, but once you've arrived you'll see it was worth it: breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, secluded beaches and hidden lagoons.
Are a group of tiny islands in the remote South Pacific, farther from any continent than any other inhabited island.
An island blessed with lush landscapes, amazing corals, rain forests and an abundance of waterfalls.
Even though it is the most largest and populous island in Micronesia, it's small enough to explore in two days.
33 atolls, with a total area of only 811 km², are scattered over an area of 3.5 million km².
Here you just might find yourself all alone on a beach, on one of the 83 island that make up Vanuatu.
Located in the South Pacific, this group of islands form the fourth smallest country in the world.
Located in the South Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Island is a three million year old volcanic outcrop, visited mostly by Australians and New Zealanders.