Located in the South Pacific Ocean, Oceania is a vast continent home to many paradisiacal and unusual landscapes, beaches with turquoise water, and spectacular panoramas. Passing through the flagship countries of Oceania, such as Australia, Papua New Guinea, or New Zealand, the field of possibilities is open regarding visits.
One of the first places to see in Oceania is Australia. Impressive landscapes can be observed below, including Australia's famous Pink Lake. Its opaque and sustained pink color encourages wonder, not to mention that the show is completed by the sandbank surrounding it and its dense eucalyptus forest. After that, you will have to go to Uluru or Ayers Rock, a striking red plateau in the Australian desert. It is part of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Australia, the beaches are also beautiful, including Whitehaven Beach, which is immaculately white. During a trip to Australia, take advantage of places like the Pinnacle Desert, the 12 Apostles in Port Campbell National Park, or the gorges and natural pools of Karijini National Park. On the Papua side, the Raja Ampat Islands are a must and are highly renowned for their seabed of exceptional beauty. Moreover, it is an excellent spot for diving. Going to the Bird's Head peninsula to get there would be best. After that, a passage to the mystical Whale Valley is essential. It will be the ideal corner for nature lovers since tourists will see high mountains and breathtaking virgin forests. Further afield, in New Zealand, the Moeraki Boulders, hemispherical rocks will be the center of attention. They adorn Koekohe Beach in the country's south and are particularly impressive. There is also the Waitomo Glowworm Cave to be discovered in New Zealand, not to mention the Hobbit Village. Finally, a trip to Oceania would only be complete with making a detour to the Pacific islands. The first destination is in Polynesia with the Moai statues of Easter Island. This place is both enigmatic and impressive. A little further down Upolu Island's coast is the sublime natural pool To Sua Ocean Trench, surrounded by lush nature and white sandy beaches. Then there is the so-called pearl of the Pacific, namely Bora Bora. It is an idyllic place for lovers of turquoise waters and white sand. Finally, the Mamanuca archipelago of Fiji will bring much happiness to travelers looking for calm and rest.