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  • 40 hot hacks every traveller should know

    It’s the little things that add up: an effortlessly booked flight; a VIP parking spot; an authentic local meal. These are the details that can lead to a perfect holiday. Use these travel hacks every time you travel, so you…

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  • 3 Perfect Days: Tahiti (Day 1)

    Elodie Boursaus experiences the high life with a luxury day in Mo’orea. She relaxes with a traditional monoi oil massage before shopping for Tahitian black pearls and taking a private yacht back to Tahiti mainland for a gourmet dinner and…

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  • Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises

    Heralding a long-awaited return to dedicated Solomon Islands small ship cruise programs, newly-formed Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises (SIDC) has announced its plans to operate six adventure itineraries in 2018-2019. Operating ex-Honiara and timed to dovetail with Solomon Airlines’ Brisbane-Honiara services,…

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  • Samoa Virgins

    I’ve been fortunate enough to travel a lot, particularly through the Pacific, yet I had never been to Samoa. For some reason it had evaded our attention to date, so I was super excited to be heading there for the…

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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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  • Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

    In our fast paced, modern lives, where everything is easily available and where people can find you at the blink of an eye, how do you just ‘switch off’.   How do you disappear if only for a while and disconnect…

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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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