Beautiful landscape, magnificent natural scenery and a diverse mix of vibrant cultures make the Pacific Islands one of the most popular vacation destinations for millions of tourists from all over the world, who come here to enjoy palm-fringed beaches, rugged volcanic peaks, sparkling lagoons, dense tropical forests and magnificent waterfalls. From snorkeling or diving in warm waters to basking on white sand beaches, the Pacific can offer something to each visitor to enjoy.
And whether you are a first time visitor or a frequent guest to this destination, you will be captivated by the diversity of landscapes, entertainment venues and lodging options the Pacific Islands has to offer. For detailed information concerning the Pacific Islands accommodations, population and climate details, attractions and activities available, consider Jasons South Pacific Travel Channel web site.
Ranked with the most visited Pacific Islands, Tahiti Islands are famous for their stunning natural beauty and wonderful recreational facilities. Here 118 islands comprise French Polynesia, covering a land area of more than 40,140 square km. Five archipelagoes include the Society Islands, the Austral Islands, the Gambier Islands, the Tuamotu and the Marquesas, all of them being famous for the intriguing mix of Asian, Polynesian and French culture. Visitors to the Tahiti Islands will be offered some of the greatest Pacific Islands accommodation and dining options, as well as entertainment venues and cultural activities.
For your stay consider Intercontinental Resort and Spa Bora Bora, considered generally to be an ideal option for a pleasant and trouble-free stay in French Polynesia. Each of the resort's 64 beach bungalows is Polynesian in style and features a private balcony, wonderfully decorated bathroom, outdoor shower and a number of other in-room amenities, including tea and coffee facilities, mini bar, TV, radio and ceiling fans. Available in the area are a wide range of activities, from water skiing and parasailing to kayaking and windsurfing just to name a few.
Some of the superb Pacific Islands accommodations can be found at the Fiji Islands, able to satisfy even the most sophisticated traveler. Located here is the magnificent Castaway Island Resort Castaway Island, providing its guest with a wonderful opportunity to relax and enjoy simple pleasures of life. Visitors are free to choose from 66 spacious Fijian style bungalows with beach, island or ocean views. Room facilities include private bathroom, refrigerator, coffee and tea making facilities, ceiling fan and hairdryer, while some of the hotel services comprise laundry facilities, high-speed Internet access, safe deposit box and more.
Comprised of La Grande Terre, New Caledonia is divided into the Southern and Northern Provinces, with the Isle of Pines to the south and the Loyalty Islands to the north east. It is home to Le Meridien Ile des Pins Resort, one of the most luxurious Pacific Islands accommodations, frequently referred to as the Jewel of the Pacific. The resort is set within nearly five hectares of lush green forest, a twenty-minute drive from the airport and Noumea.
Here you'll be offered to choose from 29 bungalow suites designed in Melanesian inspired architecture and featuring a big outdoor terrace and spacious living area. In addition, there are ten deluxe guest rooms, each overlooking the beach and pool from the private balcony.
Available here are a variety of water sports, bicycle tours and nature walks, as well as scuba diving, guided island exploration, canoeing, snorkeling and much more.