Forget the aquarium. When it comes to exploring the ocean’s splendor, there’s nothing like the real deal.
Australia & South Pacific
Best travel in Australia and South Pacific
With their white sand beaches and crystal blue waters, these beautiful islands are a dream come true.
In Guam, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a great meal. Here are some tips for foodies traveling in Guam, a unique island U.S. territory.
Tasmania, an island off Australia’s south coast, offers a wealth of adventures, from hiking to boating to unusual wildlife like the Tasmanian Devil.
Jellyfish in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake have lost their ability to sting, allowing swimmers, snorkelers and divers to experience them up close.
On the Whanganui River, adventurers will find thrills and solitude in Whanganui National Park on New Zealand’s North Island.
Nestled in the Mackenzie District on New Zealand’s South Island, Twizel is a good base for exploring Mount Cook National Park and the Mackenzie Basin
Head to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific for pristine beaches, great diving, WWII history and unique island customs and traditions.
As a kid growing up in Melbourne, actor Louis Mandylor got the best of both worlds — the tight-knit Greek culture and Australia’s “no worries” attitude.
Wellington does things differently. As the capital of New Zealand, Wellington has its own unique identity. From top beaches and a thriving night life to Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum, Wellington, NZ is a destination worth visiting.
From Port Arthur to the Great Eastern Drive, this two-week road trip through Tasmania will leave you itching to pack your bags and head Down Under.
This popular event attracts divers to the small, remote island of Yap in Micronesia to capture images of the renowned resident population of manta rays and their underwater neighbors in and around the reef.