Nearly 1,500 miles long, the Great Barrier Reef is a living sight to see.
Australia & South Pacific
Why simply walk across one of the world’s highest steel arch bridges when you can climb to the top of it?
Everything is big here. The spiders are the size of a human hand, and the crocodiles … well, don’t get out the boat.
Jutting toward the sky from the dark red earth, Uluru is the sacred soul of Aboriginal Australia.
You’ll do more than cruise on this trip: Watch a Marquesan festival, visit one of the tallest tikis or stop by the grave of Paul Gauguin.
Toast a glass of Shiraz to Adelaide, an often-missed gem in South Australia.
Find tranquility in the rainforest with daily yoga, tempting meals and stunning views of the Coral Sea.
Spend time in the “salad bowl” of Viti Levu, Fiji’s big island, and immerse yourself into the local culture.
In Australia’s Northern Territory, Kakadu National Park offers thought-provoking adventure.
About the size of a housecat, quokkas far outnumber the human population on this western Australian island.
New Zealand’s capital city has become a mecca for the eccentric and artistically inclined.
Travel coast to coast on Australia’s railway, embracing the emptiness of this massive continent.