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The Islands of Hawaii


The Island of Oahu is energizing. Swim the warm waters of the world famous Waikiki Beach and hike Leahi (Diamond Head). Enjoy the grandeur of Iolani Palace and visit the historical icon of Pearl Harbor. Watch the surfers on the legendary North Shore and experience fine dining in Waikiki. From cityscapes and shopping to beautiful
waterfalls and botanical gardens, you will see why Oahu is the "Gathering Place" in the Heart of Hawaii.


With its award winning beaches and scenic natural wonders, it's easy to see why Maui has been voted "Best Island" for 17 years by readers of Conde Nast Traveler. Marvel at the 141 year old banyan tree in Lahaina, stroll along lovely Ka'anapali Beach and watch the spectacular sunrise from Haleakala Crater. Discover the arts and culture of Upcountry and take the captivating road to Hana. Even the humpback whales return every year to this "Magical Island" because "Maui no ka oi," which means "Maui is the Best."


Hawaii's "Island of Discovery" is begging to be explored. Sail along the Napali Coast and kayak the Wailua River. Visit the Spouting Horn blowhole and the historic sugar plantation town of Koloa. The National Tropical Botanical Garden, with its rainbow of flora, will astonish the senses. Witness the breathtaking vistas of Waimea Canyon, the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific," and relax on 50-miles of heavenly beaches. The "Garden Isle" is rejuvenating for both the mind and body.


The largest and youngest island in the Hawaiian chain, the Hawaii Island is still growing. Home to the world's most active volcano (Kilauea) and the tallest sea mountain (Maunakea), this unique island offers all but two of the world's climate zones. Tour a coffee plantation and see how the beans are processed, then visit historic Kailua-Kona town where King Kamehameha I spent his later years. From lush rainforests and majestic waterfalls to beautiful black sand beaches and snow-capped mountaintops, you will find the "Big Island" inspiring.

The South Pacific


The Islands of Tahiti are made up of 118 islands and five archipelagos which cover an area as large as Western Europe. The islands combine a rich blend of culture, history and ancestry with elegant resorts, spas, fine dining and exciting adventure. Each island has something different to offer but everyone can agree that they represent a tropical paradise like no other.


Made up of 333 tropical islands located in the heart of the South Pacific, Fiji is a wonderful world of peace and tranquility mixed with modern day amenities, accommodations, and exciting cities bundled in a natural environment. Fiji is known for its white sand beaches, soft coral diving, natural environment, and as a leader in eco-tourism. These islands have some of the friendliest people who will greet you with a warm “Bula” (hello). When you visit Fiji you will quickly adapt to “Fiji Time,” which is the island way of living. No cares, no timetables, just let the day play out before you.


Australia may be the world’s smallest continent, but it is the largest island at 7.69 million square kilometers (2.969 million square miles). It’s made up of six states and two territories and is the only continent that has a single national government. The Aboriginal people are believed to have thrived for 50,000 years on the continent, but modern immigration didn’t start until about 200 years ago. The result is a culturally diverse society with different linguistic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. Many of Australia’s native plants and wildlife can only be found on this amazing continent, like the koala, dingo, wallaby, kangaroo, and platypus. A visit to Australia is like no place else on Earth.

New Zealand

New Zealand is comprised of two main islands, North Island (Te Ika-a-Maui) and South Island (Te Waipounamu), and several smaller islands. It is believed that the first settlers, the Maori, came to the islands over 1,000 years ago from a group of islands in Polynesia in the South Pacific Ocean. Because of its geographic isolation for millions of years, New Zealand has developed unique species of wildlife, flora and fungi. Although it is a relatively small country New Zealand has a lot to offer anyone who visits.

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