Australia and Oceania

Akaroa, New Zealand

Akaroa village was a habitat for the French and the British nationalities. Currently, Akaroa is a historic feature for tourist attraction. Its dramatic location within a past reactive volcano, magnificent features, interactions and the historic culture of the village is enough to invite more tourists to explore this beautiful existence that history preserves for all to see.

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Stockton Beach, Australia

Stockton Beach is a sandy beach, stretching for 32 kilometres (or 20 miles) between Stockton and Anna Bay, north of the Hunter River in New South Wales, Australia. It is Australia’s largest sand mass, as it has been accumulating massive amounts of sand created by winds, currents and coastal erosion for a very long time.

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Papua New Guinea

Papua Guinea is an attractive island with phenomenal sites that wait to be seen by its visitors. Papua Guinea has been a popular spot for international tourists. It is a fact that Papua New Guinea is an amazing travel destination.

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Bora Bora – The Romantic Island

Bora Bora is an island of black mountainous rock that rises from turquoise blue waters. The island is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef and in the center of the island there are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising of two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu.

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