The South Seas or the South Pacific as it is also known is home to around 20,000 islands, the first of which were “discovered” by the likes of James Cook and then visited by the likes of Captain Bligh and HMS Bounty.
After all, the islands of Fiji and Tonga abound with everything from tumbling jungle waterfalls to white-sand beaches fringed with coconut palms. Discover stunning coral atolls, active volcanoes and untouched rainforests. With an abundance of marine life, deserted islands, national parks, caves, authentic villages, impressive mountains, rugged cliff faces and ancient lava tubes. The true South Pacific really has it all.
But it is more than just landscapes, what makes these islands so enchanting are the people. Establish eye contact in Fiji , and you’ll find yourself downing kava with the local chief and shouting “Bula!” These islands are truly the friendliest place in the world.