Best South Pacific Bucket List
5 Must-See Travel
Destinations in the South Pacific
The South Pacific is a picturesque region with stunning destinations that offer
truly unique adventures and once in a lifetime experiences. From lush rainforests to colourful aquatic environments
and mighty volcanoes, the natural landscapes of the South Pacific provides
the perfect place to hike, bike, swim, surf and dive in exploration of the natural marvels the region has to
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These are the South Pacific travel adventures that should be on everyone’s bucket
Skull Island in the Solomon Islands
As one of the most sacred cultural sites that tourists have access to in the South
Pacific, Skull Island offers a cultural experience like no other. Located just off Lola Island in the Solomons,
Skull Island is the final resting place for the skulls of warriors and local chiefs. Hidden throughout the small
island you’ll find shrines created from rocks and dried coral. Skull Island is a great way to discover the Solomon Islands.
Tanna Volcano, Vanuatu
Mount Yasur on Tanna Island, Vanuatu is
a must see. As the world’s most accessible active volcano, a trip to Tanna will get you up close to this
natural wonder. You’ll witness the bubbling magma core of Mount Yasur and will no doubt be mesmerised and in
awe of the size and power of this active volcano.
Lagoons of Bora Bora
Bora Bora is arguably one of the most popular holiday destinations in the South Pacific, and for good
reason! Located in French Polynesia, the lagoon waters of Bora Bora are bucket list worthy. Sparkling fantastic
shades of blue, these lagoons which Bora Bora has become famous for are home to a diverse range of marine life.
Guided tours allow you to get up close and personal with the exotic marine and witness these natural wonders in all
|The stunning beauty of Bora Bora island in French
Polynesia is a must-add
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To Sua Ocean Trench of Samoa
The iconic swimming hole known as the To Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa is notably postcard worthy and a must see for anyone travelling in Samoa. The natural,
clear water pool is not only visually stunning but steeped in cultural significance and a day trip to To Sua
Ocean Trench will be a cultural and physical experience.
Swimming with Whales, Tonga
There are few places in the world where you can swim alongside the giants of the
sea and Tonga is one of them. Tonga offers travellers and holiday goers an opportunity to safely and legally swim
alongside the majestic humpback whale, an activity very few people get to experience. No South Pacific bucket list
would be complete without this experience on it.