Pacific, your client’s next stop?

Australia is famed for the cuddly looking Koala, bouncing Kangaroo, and surf city lifestyle. Sydney, on the South-East coast, was inhabited for at least 30,000 years by the indigenous Aborigines and is now the most populous city in Oceania, known for the iconic Sydney Opera House. Melbourne is another top city destination known for its beachy lifestyle and also home to many world-class museums. Outside of the cities, travellers will likely want to visit one of many nature reserves, or beaches... plan ahead!

New Zealand is commonly called by Māori name Aotearoa, "land of the long white cloud", and although travellers may land in Auckland city, they are probably likely to explore the many unique natural sights on offer, such as visiting Tāne Mahuta an ancient kauri estimated to be up to 2,500 years old, the Coromandel, famous for the hot water beach and hiking trails, or  Taupo, a huge freshwater lake.

Over 1,000 Polynesian islands can be found in central and southern Pacific Ocean, including Fiji, New Caledonia, Rarotonga (Cook Islands), Samoa, Tahiti (French Polynesia), Tonga, and Vanuatu where tropical temperature ranges from about 22 to 28° Celsius (72 - 82°F). Sound idyllic? Each of these islands has unique cultures and traditions worth learning about between simply enjoying them.