Energetic, vibrant, sporty and cosmopolitan – there’s much more to Sydney than just the beautiful beach. Don’t forget this dynamic city’s museums, shopping, dining and art scene.
The Republic of Vanuatu is an archipelago of 83 sub-tropical islands offering a range of cultural and natural wonders to the traveller.
The North Island of New Zealand offers an exhilarating mix of adventure sport, easy going culture and Maori tradition – endless opportunities for entertainment and discovery.
Samoan culture is alive and strong, and local traditions can add another fascinating layer to your travel experience. Samoa's climate is sultry, alternately sunny and rainy, but always hot and humid. Cooling sea breezes make the shoreline the best pla...
The South Island is a grown up’s jungle gym, with mountains for monkey bars, cliff edges for swing sets and raging rivers for slides.
Home to the descendants of nine families who were mutineers from a British ship in the late 1700s, Pitcairn is one of the most isolated places on earth, accessible only by boat through Bounty Bay.
Trek through the trees, dive off cliffs, explore dark and eerie caves, and swim with the fishes in Palau.
On its own down near Antarctica, New Zealand is a sparsely populated and exciting backdrop for extreme sports and extreme socialising as well as for solitary confinement.