Australia's only island is one of the most mountainous islands in the world, with great and diverse landscapes.
A group of 20 islands north-western Fiji, with 30 resorts offering budget and luxury accommodation.
The bays and beaches are the primary attraction on Rottnest, featuring excellent reefs and caves, for swimming, snorkeling and diving.
A deserted island, famous for being the setting where Tom Hank's 'Castaway' was filmed.
Scuba diving in Rangiroa, French Polynesia is breathtakingly fabulous, with dolphins, sharks, manta rays, turtles.
Only a few kilometers away from Tahiti, Moorea is a less touristy islands, but offering the same beauty as other islands in the French Polynesia.
Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Kaikoura has an abundant marine life and you can spot Humpback Whales, Blue Whales and Southern Right Whales.
This wine region in South Australia is one of the best wine-producing regions on the Australian mainland with a rapidly-growing international reputation.
The capital of Marshall Islands is a good base for exploration the many surrounding islands and beaches.
Montague Island can only be visited with organized tours and is great for watching birds, seals and whales.
The north westernmost island in the Solomon Islands chain, surrounded by barrier reefs, white sand and azure waters.
The youngest and most popular of the Cook Islands has many things prepared for its visitors, from amazing beaches to great weather all year round.