Head to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific for pristine beaches, great diving, WWII history and unique island customs and traditions.
Australia & South Pacific
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.
From the rugged Australian Outback to the sunny beaches of New South Wales, Australia is filled with unique wildlife, friendly people and plenty of adventure. Here are our picks for the best Australian road trips.
Generations connect on a visit to Queenstown, New Zealand, and then an overnight cruise on Doubtful Sound in Fiordland National Park in New Zealand. Kayaking in Doubtful Sound is a highlight.
If you’re a scuba diver, you plan your vacations around diving. From the Great Blue Hole in Belize to Thistlegorm in the Red Sea, here are some of the best dive spots from around the world.
Bombing in WWII sunk many Japanese ships in the lagoon. Today, this dive site in Micronesia is considered one of the top wreck diving sites in the world.
This little town of 3,500 in northern Queensland is a huge draw for travelers. What draws so many visitors? The beach, the tropical weather and the Great Barrier Reef, just to mention a few. Here’s what to see and do in Port Douglas.
Sometimes, the best view is from the deck of a cruise ship. Here are our seven picks for the top scenic cruises
Road tripping in Western Australia means freedom — and the possibility of breaking down miles from help. Here’s what you’ll need to know when traveling in Western Australia.