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    Oceania Countries to Explore

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    For thrill and peace seekers alike - ‘OCEANIA’

    Visit this tiny tourism powerhouse with Dook’s Oceania Holiday Packages


    The smallest of all continents, Oceania is a collection of islands of the South Pacific region that connects the various countries. Stretched across the Eastern and Western hemispheres, Oceania is divided into Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. Apart from Australia acquiring the key part of the region, the countries of Polynesia include New Zealand, Tuvalu, Tonga and Samoa. The name Micronesia means ‘small islands’ and it consists of countries like Palau, Nauru, the Federated States of Micronesia and the Marshall Islands. Among the independent nations of Melanesia are Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu as well as Papua New Guinea. The region is, therefore, proud home to the world's most diverse cities such as Melbourne and Auckland and some of its most remote and socially isolated villages. It also boasts a wide array of sun-kissed white beaches, stunning coral reefs and archipelagos, rocky volcanic islands rising alongside the sapphire blue ocean that offers a chunk of peace to the mind! Not to mention the fact that this continental region - nestled between Asia and the Americas— is a retreat for thrill-seekers, offering plenty of outdoor activities and bases to keep active.

    The countries here are highly popular with tourists, especially Australia and Fiji. While the latter dominates the region in terms of size and population, the former promises an enjoyable time ticking all the beachy and interesting things to do in Oceania on your list. The others as well are beautifully dispersed with the beauty of beaches, rich flora and fauna and attractions like nowhere else in the world. Thanks to the significantly increasing tourism investments in the last few years, the region has seen a dramatic surge in visitor numbers to New Zealand, Vanuatu, Tahiti (in French Polynesia) and other islands. So, while here, you can be sure of never running out of exploration options. Whether it is about finding your way through energy-fuelled destinations, taking a deep dive into fascinating traditions of dance, music and art, hopping from one island to another secluded beach or relishing the most exotic, local flavours around, Oceania provides you with an endless showcase of amazing bucket list experiences!

    Looking forward to a tropical or an adrenaline-pumping getaway in Oceania? Experience this most tourist-frequented region with Dook’s bespoke Oceania Travel Packages while you gear up to gather a bag full of unforgettable Oceania Tour memories.

    1. Australia:

    This Oceanic country is not just a highly popular tourist destination due to its climate, diverse wildlife and the Australian coastline offering adventure opportunities, it also is known for a laid-back feel and warm people around. As a remote yet highly developed country, Australia has enticed hordes of travellers to its unique natural wonders and the cities that breathe a new life every day. It indeed is one of the few countries that no matter your travel preference, budget, or age, can deliver an experience that can’t be found anywhere else. It is a land of staggering contrasts where along the coast you see cities and vast islands as well as the ancient rainforests and red-earthed deserts. It is also home to one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders: the Great Barrier Reef, over 10,000 different variety of beaches that are an absolute paradise for surfers, The Sydney Opera House and what not! Apart from their iconic animals Kangaroos and Koalas, you will become fond of the country's amazing cities like Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and more. Top it off with your offbeat visits to the popular vineyards like Barossa and iconic road trips traversing the Great Australian Bight that features some of the country’s most amazing coastlines and landscapes and its no wonder why Australia still scores on the top of many bucket lists.

    This is just scratching the surface; plan your popular Australia Tour to-dos with all this and more by choosing from our range of Oceania Tour Packages and check yourself into an experience of a lifetime.

    2. New Zealand:

    The second most popular tourist destination in Oceania after Australia without a doubt is New Zealand. It is an all-season destination with vast green spaces to delight its visitors. From its untamed wilderness to the vibrant Maori culture, from the golden beaches inviting adventure of all kinds to quiet bays and mist-covered fjords, this country is quite irresistible. The reason why it has been considered one of the most sought-after destinations in the world is that it offers a range of tourism experiences that can cater to all travellers and holiday styles. To the ones who seek adventure, New Zealand has a paradise in disguise called Queenstown which is better known as the Adventure capital of the world. With about 220 different activities and attractions on offer, there’s never a shortage of options for visitors including world-class skiing and snowboarding, jet boating, rafting, bungee jumping and skydiving. Rotorua, on the other hand, is a geothermal region famous for its bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs perfect for a leisurely dipping experience. For those curious to learn about New Zealand’s culture and heritage, there are many Maori cultural experiences to choose from across the country including great products in Northland, Auckland and you may also opt to explore. Complete your trip with self-drive tours to soak in the country’s exceptional green expanses and an ever-growing gourmet experience and you will find it quite hard to decide which one to keep on the bucket list and which one to miss.

    3. Fiji:

    We all know Fiji because of its superb white sand beaches and its reputation as the soft coral capital of the world, friendly locals and swaying palm trees but first-time visitors will find Fiji packs plenty of surprises. Made up of over 332 islands spanning 1,600 kilometres in the South Pacific Ocean, this Melanesian country has acquired a top spot today as a famous tourist destination, especially for honeymooners from India. While here, exploring the archipelago’s exquisite beaches, undersea marvels, lush interiors and fascinating culture, its colonial-inspired capital Levuka, you should not rush; take out quality time and explore every chunk of beauty it has to offer. There are two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu and nearly 900 smaller islands and inlets to follow. Luxury resorts as well as the inexpensive accommodation and a wide array of culinary adventures, combined with the fact most Pacific flights include a stopover here, makes the islands an affordable and easy place to visit. If you’re looking for paradise on a budget, Fiji is it! And we can help you craft a perfect trip. Book from our range of Oceania Travel Packages and choose the kind of paradise you want to explore!

    4. Vanuatu:

    Located in the north of New Zealand and east of Australia, Vanuatu previously known as the New Hebrides Islands, is an archipelago with around 83 islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean. The best part about visiting and exploring this tiny yet magnificent island nation is that most of the islands are inhabited which makes it a popular choice amongst those looking for recluse and privacy. It is mainly known for its recreational diving opportunities along the coral reef where divers have the opportunity to discover the remains of troop carrier SS President Coolidge that was wrecked during World War II. It also is known for the surrounding volcanoes, ancient art, waterfalls, blue holes and hidden bays, organic foods and warm turquoise waters.

    Top Bucket List Experiences in Oceania:

    There are so many places to see and experience in Oceania, it becomes hard to know where to start. The below list of popular highlights can help you plan your trip around the most loved and never-done-before things to do in this superb region.

    1. Snorkel in and around the world’s biggest Great Barrier Reef, Australia
    2. Meet the koalas and kangaroos in their natural habitat- Australia
    3. Spend a leisurely me-time on the beaches of Tasmania
    4. Relax in one of the luxe Fijian resorts
    5. Swim with dolphins and giant rays off the coast of the islands of Micronesia
    6. See the Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands
    7. Visit the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum in Samoa
    8. Get up and close to the best diving sites in Vanuatu
    9. Enter “Lord of the Rings” world at Hobbiton, New Zealand
    10. Experience the grandiose of Sydney Opera House
    11. Tired of Fiji beach hopping? Visit and marvel at the colourful Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple
    12. Go for saltwater swimming or for a family picnic at To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa
    13. Plunge into the cultural hues of New Guinea
    14. See the magical Waitomo Glowworm Caves, NZ
    15. Visit to see the largest marine reserve in the world on the island of Phoenix
    16. Go offbeat hiking in Fiordland National Park, NZ
    17. See the sun setting over the Ayers Rock or Uluru
    18. Bask in the beauty of ‘eighth wonder of the world’- Milford Sound
    19. Sip the classics- Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Central Otago Pinot Noir in NZ
    20. Plan a romantic getaway with your partner in Tahiti
    21. Discover the WWII shipwrecks around the islands in Palau
    22. See the Tsunami Rock in Tonga
    23. Indulge in aquatic adventure around Lake Taupo, NZ
    24. Go clubbing and random street strolling in Auckland

    Booking an Oceania Tour with Dook is indeed the ideal way to experience the best in the region!

    Looking for a holiday in the lap of nature? Or inside the water exploring the coral reefs? Or maybe just swimming for miles or lounging under the sun? Dook’s Oceania Tour Packages from India are the easiest ways to say yes to the new adventures. Taking the stress out of planning and booking your Oceania Tour, these packages combine all your travel needs into one convenient package and let you enjoy everything you can! Get in touch with our tour expert today and create unforgettable travel memories with us!

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