As the largest city and capital of Tahiti, Papeete is the perfect place from which to explore this wonderful tropical paradise. As it is such as small city, it is particularly easy to navigate on foot, which makes exploring all the more simple. Tahiti is famous for its immaculate beaches, but also boasts a number of other fabulous attractions, including a stunning waterfront where visitors will find a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants.
Explore the lush and sun-soaked island of Fiji from the port of Lautoka and discover a wealth of marvellous beaches, stunning scenery and fascinating local culture across the splendid island. This volcanic island boasts a spectacular natural landscape, laced with thick jungle and cascading waterfalls to create a truly breathtaking environment.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Located around 150 miles from Tahiti, the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora is a true tropical paradise. Everywhere on the island, from the deep blue lagoons and glistening ocean waters, to the golden dandy beaches and lush jungle scenery, provides an idyllic setting. Visitors can simply relax on a beach or take a stroll around the island to see its beauty for themselves, or alternatively, a profusion of marvellous water sports offer a fantastic option for coastal fun.
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Pago Pago is the capital of American Samoa and the gateway to this spectacular island, where beautiful scenery and rich local culture come together to generate a remarkable and enchanting ambience. American Samoa offers much more than just beaches, as the region is home to a number of terrific nature reserves and sanctuaries as well as an array of terrific bars and restaurants at which to sample local cuisine.
Adamstown, Pitcairn Islands
Perhaps the most remote of the islands found across the vast Pacific Ocean, the Pitcairn Islands are accessible from the port town of Adamstown. Despite their secluded nature, the island boasts a number of fascinating local attractions sure to delight intrepid travellers. Pitcairn’s most famous historical site is the remains of the HMS Bounty – well-known for its infamous mutiny – located in Bounty Bay.