South Pacific Travel Guide
The South Pacific area basically refers to the region which includes Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and other islands. It also includes Oceania, a region which includes many islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. The local people are friendly and warm by nature. The food out here will offer new dishes to be tasted and tried out bravely. The South Pacific is mostly dominated by beaches with palm trees scattered all over them and beautiful waterfalls. You will also get a chance to observe tropical forests and craggy volcanic peaks. The whole region has comfortable villas to help you unwind from a hard year's work.
The South Pacific offers lovely holiday options like Samoa, Fiji, Tahiti, Easter Island, Cook Islands and Tonga which are just some of the places to be seen in this region. The warm weather will make the depression within you depart very easily. Travel light and use the bright sunny beach atmosphere to revive your spirits and rejuvenate your senses.
Get a proper sun tan by lazing around on the beaches of the Easter Islands. Catch moments on this piece of paradise to ponder on all the wonders of nature all around you.
Vanuata and Samoa can be visited exclusively for the water sports activities like swimming and scuba diving in the crystal clear waters. The eye-catching villas are close to nature so that you don't miss a single minute of admiring the endless beauty of nature.
If white sandy beaches appeals to your soul, head for Fiji and Tahiti which are islands popular for their dream surroundings. They also have coral reefs which can be observed by snorkeling around them. Rare species of fishes can be admired from a close distance. Cook your own food which will be freshly available or you can eat local meals at the restaurants displayed out here. Sea food is easily available because of the surroundings and can be very tasty when it is cooked according to the local recipes. The beaches around here have barbeque parties in the evening. Thus you can not only devour tasty meals but also unwind by partying non-stop here as the fun never stops in this region. Check and memorize the local songs and dances and absorb the local culture.
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Ta Marija Restaurant
In «Ta 'Marija», located in the center of the village Mosta you’ll be amazed by the welcoming atmosphere created thanks to the traditional setting of talented entertainers and warm ones. Every Wednesday and Friday after the Auto Reviews and Auto Shows that are shown in the TV, customers are invited to sing accompanied by mandolin and guitar, traditional and popular songs ... Read full Blog post
Ati-atihan in Kalibo Aklan
Ati-atihand origins ccan be traced to 1210 when refugees from Borneo would smear their faces with soot in affectionalte immitation of the Filipino natives The island of Panay in the Visayas is where this particular detail of Philipine history took place sometime ih the late 12th or early 13th century. For centuries hence, it has been commemoratged in one specific place - in Kalibo, the capital ... Read full Blog post
An Aerial fiesta in Clark Pampanga
Its a party in the sky as multi colored hot air balloons piloted ny different pilots from various partso of the world participated in this annual gathering. As early as 5am, the 2,500 hectare aviation complex at Clar Economic Zone in Pampanga was already crammedi with excitement. Clusters of hot air balloon participants busily prepare their own balloons for liftoff as they need to take advantage of ... Read full Blog post
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