South Pacific Islands
An Earthly Paradise

There are thousands of South Pacific Islands. Few of them are world known, but they have one thing in common, they are so amazingly beautiful that each one of them can run for the contest of the “Most Beautiful Island of the World”

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South Pacific Islands Map

South Pacific Map

Islands of the South Pacific

This is a list of the best-known Islands and an explanation about the most important from the tourism point of view.

  • American Samoa
  • Solomon Islands
  • Cook Islands
  • Fiji
  • French Polynesia
  • Kiribati
  • New Caledonia
  • Vanuatu
  • Palau
  • Marshall Islands
  • Tonga
  • Tuvalu
  • Western Samoa

Bora Bora in Tahiti is one of the most beautiful islands of the world

Bora Bora in Tahiti is one of the most beautiful islands of the world

Tahiti Attractions

  • Tahiti is the main island of the French Polynesia with many attractions
  • Tahiti Municipal Market in Papeete – This s bustling market offering all kinds of local farm products.
  • Fautaua Waterfall – It is considered one of the tallest in the world cascading over volcanic cliffs.
  • Point Venus – Located on the tip of the peninsula, it is the landing place of many including captain Cook.
  • Papeete Roulottes – For good shopping in Papeete the capital of Tahiti
  • Paul Gauguin Museum – A museum dedicated to his life in French Polynesia
  • James Norman Hall Home – It was the home of famous co-author of Mutiny on the Bounty, James Norman Hall.
  • Maraa Grotto – A lake of black water that creates an optical illusion.
  • Museum of Tahiti and her Islands – Located in Punaauia is an exhibit of Polynesian history and culture.
  • Sibani Perles Joallier – This shop is where your partner will by many pearls to your satisfaction
  • Tomb of King Pomare V in Papeete

South Pacific Islands

Yasawa Island in Fiji

Yasawa Island in Fiji

Fiji Tourism

  • Viti Levu
  • Nadi
  • Sigatoka
  • Pacific
  • Taveuni Island
  • Suva
  • Vanua Levu
  • Kadavu
  • Savusavu
  • Lautoka
  • Mana Island
  • Mamanuca Islands
  • Matei
  • Rakiraki
  • Namatakula
  • Yasawa Island
  • Beachcomber Island
  • Qalito Island
  • Ovalau Island

Rarotonga is one of the Cook Islands

Rarotonga is one of the Cook Islands

Cook Islands

  • Rarotonga
  • Aitutaki
  • Avarua
  • Muri
  • Arorangi
  • Atiu
  • Mauke
  • Mangaia
  • Titikaveka
  • Aroa Beach

One of the islands of the Kingdom of Tonga

One of the islands of the Kingdom of Tonga

Tonga Islands

  • Tongatapu is Tonga's main island is the home of the Royal Family and the capital of Nuku'alofa.
  • Eua Island is a wild rugged island ideal for hikers in its lush forests.
  • Vava'u group has numerous offshore islands to explore, excellent diving and fishing, and whale watching.
  • Ha'apai Group, a group of about 50 small atolls is known for its magnificent coral reefs and snorkeling.
  • Beautiful Beaches of magnificent white sands beaches are a real highlight for the visitor
  • Popular caves- There are many caves including Anahulu on Tongatapu, with its freshwater pool.

Cruising the South Pacific islands

Cruising the South Pacific Islands

South Pacific Cruises

South Pacific Cruises offer the possibility of visiting the islands without ever leaving your Hotel-Ship. To get there you will have to fly long distances from the USA West coast or from the Asian or Australian continents. Once there when you board the cruise line, the rest is pure pleasure and pampering.

A visit to the South Pacific islands is an experience anybody should have at least once in a lifetime.

For more information visit South Pacific Tourism Website

Images credits for south pacific

tahiti n/a
fiji by sundstrom
rarotonga by teine savaii
tonga by david broad
cruise n/a

all courtesy of wikimedia commons

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