The exotic and diverse lands of the South Pacific
Where in Oceania would you like to go?
Encompassing large countries and modestly sized islands, Oceania’s span reaches the east and western hemispheres. Totaling a population of around 40 million and with 14 countries (plus islands) under its regional banner, it’s a part of the world that will blow you away as you encounter cosmopolitan cities, one of a kind wildlife, and natural landscapes that have everything from the stunning to surreal. The Pacific Ocean connects lands that are home to intriguing cultures steeped in history, from the craggy Australian outback to the achingly epic mountain ranges of New Zealand.
Allow Oceania’s largest country to consume when you travel to some of the must-see places on planet earth. Stylish, active, laid back—you’ll be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of unique adventures discovered in the land nicknamed "Down Under." Stellar coastlines meet cool-down waters brimming with colorful species unfound anywhere else (Great Barrier Reef). On land, you’ll bump into gigantic landmarks such as Ulura Rock when journeying through red-hot Outback. Australia, a country so big it’s called a continent, awaits your arrival.
In the southwest of the Pacific Ocean is New Zealand, a biodiverse land of bewildering beauty. A modest sized population makes for some supreme opportunities to leave it all behind and get lost in nature. Whether you choose a beach surf over a mountain hike, hot springs instead of cave expeditions, there is no wrong decision when deciding where to go next on this explorer island nation.
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