Bora Bora looks like a fantasy, but we assure you it's real. Learn more about this island in French Polynesia.
Taupo should be #1 on an adventurer's must-see list. It's nature's ultimate playground, and New Zealand's best thermal attraction.
A secluded gem in the gorgeous Coromandel Peninsula, Pokohino Bay is a tiny, beautiful beach well worth the steep descent through the NZ bush to access it.
Queenstown is the perfect natural backdrop for adventure sports, wilderness exploration, and luxury living. Care for a bungy jump? This is the place where it all started!
Christchurch, the gateway to southern New Zealand, is a young, energetic town waiting to be explored!
Home to a unique reef building initiative, aquaculture, wharf jumping and rope swinging, check out the historic Opotiki Wharf.
Australia’s most famous natural landmark Uluru (Ayers Rock) has long held rich spiritual significance for the Indigenous people who have lived here for around 10,000 years.
One of the most remarkable natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef is a magnificently colourful coral reef off the eastern coast of Australia.
Made up of no less than 333 tropical islands, Fiji offers travellers the perfect conditions for either relaxation or adventure.
The Cook Islands lay between New Zealand and Hawaii. This tropical group of islands are well worth the visit. Find out why.
A wonder of the modern world, the Sydney Opera House is usually at the top of the agenda for any visitor to the NSW capital.
The iconic bridge connects the northern and southern shore of the city’s stunning harbour and is one of Australia’s best-known landmarks.
Famous for its theme parks, golden beaches, great surf and wild nightlife, the Gold Coast is ideal for those in search of fun in the sun.
It may have been named one of the world’s most livable cities, but you don’t have to make Adelaide your home to appreciate its charms.
A dormant volcano with sweeping views of Auckland, Mount Eden has blossomed into a hip area with a vibrant cafe and art scene.
Maori culture, geothermal springs and breathtaking scenery can be found in Rotorua, considered the birthplace of tourism in New Zealand.
The French Riviera, Nice, attracts travellers all year round with its long stretching, blue-green waterfront and its old historically rich old town.
From its volcanoes to its glaciers, New Zealand's natural landscapes have plenty to offer both thrill seekers and those in search of perfect calm.
Melbourne is hip and trendy, with a big youth population and some of the best dining in the country.
It's a relatively newer city, founded by the British in 1788, but the area had been inhabited by indigenous Australians long before British settlement.
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