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Hawaii and Australia are 5706 miles and a considerable part of the Pacific Ocean side. Most travelers prefer to cover this distance the plane, but it is also possible to go by cruise ship, with several operators offer and have a number of other destinations, including the South Pacific islands and New Zealand.
17-day cruises Royal Caribbean from Honolulu to Sydney, with the Radiance of the Seas, a stop at Tahiti and New Zealand on the road. After leaving Hawaii, the flagship carrier of cruise calls at Papeete, Moorea and Bora Bora in French Polynesia. The cruise stops in the largest city in New Zealand, Auckland, and the bay of the island before crossing the Tasman Sea to the last stop in Sydney, Australia.
Services and activities aboard the Radiance of the Seas include an indoor and an outdoor pool, fitness center and eight bars, clubs and restaurants, including Portofino Italian restaurant, an indoor golf simulator and a climbing wall rock. Read the rest of this entry »
Valentine’s Day romantic beaches. Definitely, there is no better choice than celebrate Valentine’s Day this February 14, in one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The sun on the horizon, the clear sea and golden beach are one of the most conducive to deliver the heart.
Travel, we chose three of the most beautiful beaches in the world: Tahiti, Bali and Hawaii. To enjoy Valentine’s at its best, here’s the romantic charm of these beaches.
Let’s start with Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean. Its white sands and emerald waters, make it an earthly paradise worth visiting.
Their huts facing the sea, are the best accommodations. In full contact with nature lovers turn to love. The tourism sector, aware of this, offers for these dates the best deals. Read the rest of this entry »
Fiji Islands vacation!
Although we have already passed the hot summer season, there are still several places that lend themselves as ideal destination for any season, you talk about the majestic Fiji, no doubt an offer trips that any tourism company placed in the number one position among its vacation packages.
Vacation Packages for Fiji
Located to the southwest side of the famous Pacific Ocean, the Fiji Islands are part of an exotic archipelago given the same name, coming at a distance of 2,100 kilometers north of Auckland, New Zealand. Include a unique natural beauty, in the collection of islands around northern New Zealand, a place that every traveler should not miss, I discussed its two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, which represent a much more than three -quarters of its surface. With respect to the Fiji Islands, here you can find almost anything, and of course, this modernism offers you a host of activities not only water but also land, ranging from classic dive in crystal waters, resembling the color Blue skies, through surfing, windsurfing, snorkeling and spear fishing itself ( a sport banned in several regions of the world). As for all those who enjoy ecotourism, Fiji Islands, offer endless opportunities to explore their high green mountains, whether you to venture on foot or in vehicles 4 × 4.
Micronesia is a group of South Pacific islands scattered over thousands of miles of Pacific Ocean. Founded in 1979 as a UN Trust Territory, this new political entity is composed of four groups of islands. This is the Caroline Islands, Marshall Islands, Northern Mariana Islands and Palau.
Although the history of Polynesia and Micronesia archaeological sites provide a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region, the most significant historic sites could be related to the Second World War.
Located in the archipelago of Carolina is the state of Chuuk, which contains Chuuk Lagoon. Chuuk Lagoon is a section of the ocean surrounded by a ring of islands. It is also the most densely populated part of Micronesia and home to many historic sites of World War II. Some of these include sunken ships that are under water and are available for exploration with scuba gear.
During the war, Etten Island was built by the Japanese to maintain an airstrip then bombed by the United States. Much evidence remains of these battles in a plane channel old bomb craters. Another island, near the Chuuk lagoon where again the Japanese built some heavy fortifications. Many of the Weno remains are still visible today.