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With its pearls of islands, azure blue seas, red sand plains, clean mountain areas and permanent smiles, Oceania calms every one of its travellers. Hike to the glaciers of New Zealand or discover the tropical fish of Fiji. Find out where you surf the best in Australia or discover new surf locations most visitors don’t often see. Have we stimulated your wanderlust for Oceania? Find the cheapest tickets on Travelgenio.uk.

Things to see and do in Oceania

How do you decide where to visit and what to see in Oceania? You can hardly choose between all those beautiful islands and sights! Fortunately, you can easily cross one or more islands with your Volkswagen bus, public transport or plane. How about a trip to the largest islands of Oceania? Australia and New Zealand await you with nature and beautiful cities you do not want to miss. Take a trip to Fiji, welcomed with coconuts and flower necklaces if you have time. Or hop on a plane and go island hopping through the French Polynesia paradise. From spouting geysers and rugged landscapes in New Zealand to the Outback and Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Oceania has everything you need to be amazed.

Australia’s golden beaches and unparalleled New Zealand wildlife attract many travellers among our Oceania fans. In addition, the bounty islands of Fiji, Samoa and French Polynesia are popular destinations. You can also base your trip on the sights you have yet to check off your bucket list. Hold on tight as you make the highest bungee jump in New Zealand. Visit the Aboriginal people around the mysterious Uluru Rock in the Outback, or enjoy unprecedented luxury on Bora Bora.

Book the best destinations in Oceania

There are many exciting destinations in Oceania. But how do you choose which country to visit? It might be challenging to decide if you are still thinking about it. So have a look at the complete overview of countries in Oceania, which hopefully will help you choose. And because each country has so much to offer, you might even end up visiting a part of the world you have never been to before. Also, check out the overview of other continents to see what they offer.

Do you already know which destination you would like to fly to in Oceania? Fly into different airports like Brisbane International Airport, Wellington International Airport, Faa’a Tahiti International Airport, etc., and easily find your way around these countries. Go ahead and search for your desired destination in our search box, and we’ll help you find the best flights. Enjoy saving money on flights to Oceania!

Some more interesting destinations in Oceania

Australia

Nature. Beaches. Culture.

Brisbane, Australia

There is plenty to do in Australia. Enjoy the finest wine along the Margaret River and in Adelaide. Explore the mangrove forests of Agnes Water and Town 1770. Visit the mining towns of Broken Hill and Mount Isa. Drink beer in Brisbane, learn French in Esperance or laze in a park

in the green capital of Canberra. While on your plane, you can already see Sydney’s iconic Opera House. Like a pair of fans, the concert hall overhangs the river, next to the famous Harbor Bridge. Catch an opera performance and perch on surrounding bays such as Port Stephens to enjoy the atmosphere and a drink or two. Melbourne is in the South of Sydney and the cultural heart of Australia and the base for the Great Ocean Road. This 243-kilometre long coastal road winds along the most beautiful beaches and surf spots. There are several pearls of islands along the Australian coast.

New Zealand

Nature. Beaches. Culture.

Milford Sound, Fiordland national park, New Zealand

Massive fjords, icy-blue glaciers, rugged mountains, lush jungle and satin sand beaches make up the diverse panorama of New Zealand’s North and South Island. But the breathtaking beauty cannot be expressed in mere words. Except: New Zealand is one of the most beautiful

countries globally. Unforgettable experiences await you in this beautiful country. You can relax in potholes with wonderfully warm water along the silvery beaches of the Coromandel Peninsula. You can hike to gigantic volcanoes and deep green lakes in Tongariro National Park. And you can pick up colourful souvenirs at the Polynesian Market in Auckland. According to almost everyone who has been there, the Fiordland National Park is one of the most aesthetically pleasing natural parks globally.

Fiji

History. Culture. Beaches.

Middle Tavoro Waterfalls in Bouma National Heritage Park on Taveuni Island, Fiji.

Wooden huts with thatched roofs stand in a light turquoise sea against a backdrop of gleaming white sand, graceful coconut trees and lush jungle. Singing Fijians in petal skirts and flower necklaces welcome you to Fiji. The paradise of Melanesia. In the middle of the crystal clear South Pacific

are the more than three hundred islands of Fiji. A third of it is uninhabited. As a result, you will find the cleanest beaches and most colourful, untouched coral reefs in Fiji. Visit the world-famous Yasawa Islands, which have served as the backdrop for dozens of films. Or dive along soft coral walls in the Somosomo Strait. As soon as you step off the plane on the main island Viti Levu and a tropical heat caress your face, you’d immediately forget your long flight. The heat intensifies as you stroll through the bustling centre of the charming capital Suva, past colonial buildings and botanical gardens.

Samoa

Beaches. Culture. History.

To Sua ocean trench - famous swimming hole, Upolu island, Samoa

Samoa, a tropical archipelago in Oceania, is home to some of the most enticing sandy beaches. Samoa has everything you need for a relaxing vacation with coconut trees, satin sand, and colourful coral. And unlike its touristy neighbour Fiji, Samoa is quiet so that you can enjoy a

beach all to yourself. Of course, Somoa is not just about a beautiful beach holiday. On Savai’i Island, black lava fields stretch out in waves in front of you. Upolu is where you will see rainforest villages where the Polynesian natives always greet you with a big smile. And Samoa’s many waterfalls are legendary. You will never forget a trip to these lovely islands. Savai’i is Samoa’s second-largest island and is located west of the largest island, Upolu. In addition to the most relaxed beach villages, you will also find several extraordinary sights here. One of the most beautiful is the To Sua Ocean Trench, a thirty-meter-deep hole in direct contact with the ocean.

French Polynesia

Beaches. Culture. History.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

The 118 paradise islands of French Polynesia can be found in the middle of the South Pacific. Not only are these islands lined by white, pink and black sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, marked by colourful coral, await you along wispy mountains and a sultry jungle. French

Polynesia is synonymous with paradise. These beautiful collections of islands consist of five archipelagos stretching over 2000 kilometres. The Austral, Gambier, Marquesas, Society and Tuamotu Archipelago. The Society Archipelago is where you would find the world-famous Tahiti and Bora Bora islands. You would find yourself in a sea of ​​dreamlike luxury. French Polynesia is best known for the luxury that the Society Archipelago offers. Names such as Bora Bora and Tahiti immediately evoke a chic holiday feeling, and perfect luxury is exactly what you would find on these islands.

Tonga

Beaches. Culture. History.

Niutoua, Heketa, Tongatapu island, Tonga

The Polynesian kingdom of Tonga has more than 170 paradise islands. Most islands contain rainforests lined by powdery sandy beaches and colourful sea treasures. Tonga is one of the best places in the world to dive, hang out on the beach and soak up the Polynesian culture.

A boat trip along the islands of Tonga is unforgettable. You marvel at the Tofua volcano that rises steaming out of the sea. You jump out of the boat to snorkel with giant whales, and at the end of the day, you watch the sunset from an uninhabited island. Start your trip to Tonga with a feast on the leafy main island of Tongatapu. Everything is fresh, and the Tongans like to share it. You can get fresh fish, shellfish, home-grown pumpkins and tropical fruit at the market in the capital Nuku’alofa.

All the countries in Oceania

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