The South Pacific is encompassed of miles of crystal clear waters and thousands of paradise islands. Having escaped the clutches of mass tourism, the distinct island groups of Fiji, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands and the Society islands, which include the iconic Bora Bora, each have their own unique cultures, awe inspiring landscapes, excellent cuisine and pristine diving and snorkelling sites. All in the same day visitors can hike up a volcano to watch the sunrise, discover their own private bathing pools on an uninhabited island, swim with thousands of fish in calm, warm water and watch a traditional local dance, before cruising on to the next exciting destination for another day of discovery, relaxation and wonder. The South Pacific is truly the closest you will get to desert island perfection and, with so many islands, you could explore for years and never get bored.
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