South Pacific

  • Waiheke – do more there – take a road trip

    Road trips, those self-drive adventures where you do what you want are the best way to experience the wide variety of activities on Waiheke Island. SeaLink makes it easy with up to 17 vehicle ferry return trips a day between…

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  • Who’s ready to take the plunge?

    The lake is warming up and we’re already experiencing lots of swimming in the lake with Mid Summers lake temperature getting to 23 degrees. It’s the perfect time to jump overboard – whether that be at the newly renovated Manupiura…

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  • New Zealands Coronet Peak extending the 2018 ski season

    Coronet Peak, the popular Queenstown ski field, has extended the ski season by one week off the back of great snowfall in spring, continued cold temperatures and demand from locals. Instead of closing this Sunday the 30th of September, the…

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  • Who says Kiwis can’t fly?

    iFLY, a global indoor skydiving and body flight experience, opens in New Zealand this month bringing Kiwis the thrill of freefall, without a plane or parachute in sight. More than nine million aspiring flight junkies around the globe have experienced…

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  • A quiet piece of Paradise

    Saletoga Sands Resorts combine luxury and comfort with exceptional value, nestled within its own private ‘Saletoga’ bay on the South Coast of Upolu in Samoa. The golden sand beach and breathtaking, tranquil blue waters provide the perfect setting for this…

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  • Niue

    Niue is one of the smallest countries in the world on one of the largest raised coral atolls on earth. – Often referred to as the Rock. The absence of surface running water such as streams and creeks has contributed…

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  • The Vava’u Island Group in the Kingdom of Tonga

    The Vava’u Island Group in the Kingdom of Tonga is a Polynesian paradise.  Many experienced world travellers call Vava’u one of the most extraordinary tropical paradises in the world.  Located in the Central South Pacific, you can enjoy warm seas…

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  • Fiji

    It’s sitting right there, just waiting for you in the South Pacific. This country is a true quintessential paradise, but that doesn’t just mean you’ll be laying around all day under a palm tree –- even if, with beaches Fiji’s…

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  • Tahiti

    Ia Orana Intrepid Tahiti travellers. Here’s some helpful hints I’d like to share to show you how to dine like a local in Tahiti & on Moorea: If you feel like cooking when you’re away (or just dont want the…

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  • Samoa

    I am not sure if there are more Samoans living in New Zealand than Samoa but there are a lot and it means we get to meet on a regular basis, we get exposure locally to a pure South Pacific…

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