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    South Island, New Zealand

    South Island in New Zealand Region features grand open landscapes which give the area a sense of fre...

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    Fiji Islands – Facts about Fiji

    Fiji is an island nation in the south pacific, consisting of 330 islands,of which one third is inhab...

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    Whitsundays, Australia

    Whitsundays is a collection of 74 islands lying off Queensland coast in Australia. They are a part ...

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    Bora Bora – A Real Paradise

    Bora Bora is a beautiful volcanic island located in the Pacific Ocean. Part of the French Polynesia,...

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    Papua New Guinea

    Visiting Papua New Guinea is an adventurous activity. This place is a whole island of new discoverie...

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    Places to Visit in Fiji

    Fiji is a large island nation consisting of many islands and islets. It has over hundred islands amo...

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    Cocos Island

    Cocos Islands or Territory of Cocos or the Keeling islands refer to a group of islands located on In...

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    The Twelve Apostles, Australia

    Situated off the shores of Port Campbell National Park The Twelve Apostles is a vast collection of v...

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    Ayers Rock, Australia

    Ayers Rock, otherwise known as Uluru is largely believed to be the single greatest landmark in Austr...

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    Adelaide, Australia

    South Australia has its capital in the city of Adelaide. The city is characterized by a stylish arch...

Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Paradise

Tasmania nicely sits in the farthest southern part of Australia. Nature has been kind to this region, blessing it abundantly with gorgeous beaches, jagged mountains and lush rainforests. Read More »

Perth, Australia


You will surely want to experience and see everything in Perth, and in that case, to sleep here is recommended. Hotels are mostly concentrated in the city center or the central business district and in the premises of Perth’s tourist destinations. Read More »

Fraser Island, Australia

Fraser Island beach

Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, perched on the lovely Queensland Coast about 161 miles northeast of Brisbane. It belongs to the prestigious World Heritage Site and is home to the world’s most stunning beaches. This island has been blessed by nature for so many ways, easily becoming it a 640 square mile paradise on earth. This world-renowned tourist destination has the second largest collection of fresh water lakes. The island beams with pride, as it owns ... Read More »

Milford Sound, South Island, New Zealand

Milford Sound

Milford Sound is actually a fiord etched by glaciers over a thousand of years ago. The natural occurrence resulted to enchanting mountainous cliffs that fall awesomely from thousands of feet down the ocean floor. Read More »

Rarotonga, Cook Islands


Rarotonga is the biggest and by far the most popular among the exotic Cook Islands. Its capital, Avarua, is nicknamed ‘’town’’ where the administrative, commerce and trade side of the island is seen. Read More »

Out Islands, Bahamas

Out Islands

One of the most famous islands that make up Bahamas is the Out Islands. Traditionally referred as the Family Islands by the locals, the low-in-population island is boasting of nature’s wonders which made way for the country’s tourism to soar. Read More »

Cocos Island

Cocos Island

Cocos Islands or Territory of Cocos or the Keeling islands refer to a group of islands located on Indian Ocean at the middle and borders the Christmas Island and Perth. The territory comprises of two islands which are inhabited and these are the Home Island and West Island. Read More »

Airlie Beach, Australia

Airlie Beach

The town of Airlie Beach is simply referred to as Airlie and is located in Queensland Australia. Airlie Beach is the closest port to Whitsunday Islands on Great Barrier Reef. The town has a population of nearly 30, 000 inhabitants today and is mostly visited by all kinds of tourists especially the backpackers. Read More »

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