South Pacific

The jewels in the island crown, the gems of the oceans, the home of the overwater bungalow and one of the truly remote corners of the world yet to be discovered by mass tourism, the islands of the South Pacific are where our Turquoise heart first fell in love. Tahiti offers five-star luxury hotels combined with authentic Polynesian experiences, whereas the Cook Islands have only independent, non-chain hotels to choose from. They even have a law that no building can be taller than the tallest palm tree. Fiji sits somewhere in between (hypothetically not geographically!), home to remote island idyll’s and family run retreats, as well as some of the world’s most exclusive hotels and resorts.

Destinations in South Pacific

Diving and Snorkelling in Fiji

19th March 2019
by Suzy Higgs

Like jade jewels scattered across the vast blue of the Pacific Ocean, Fiji’s 333 glorious islands reveal an alluring fusion of idyllic beaches, pristine rainforest, exhilarating adventure and crystal-clear lagoons. Known as the ‘soft coral capital of the world’, Fiji is as breathtaking below the surface as above, with a vibrant and varied marine world […]

5 reasons why we love Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa

13th February 2019
by Rhodri Andrews

With its emerald surrounds and vanilla scents, we can’t get enough of Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa in The Islands of Tahiti for a honeymoon or holiday for couples. We’re delighted to say it’s one of the featured hotels in our Holiday Sale for 2019 and as a result, we wanted to share five […]

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