Australia and Oceania

American Samoa

Lying on the Pacific Ocean, the American Samoa consists of several islands that make this America’s unincorporated territory. The people living in American Samoa are regarded as nationals of US but not citizens of America.

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Tonga Island

Sitting on the Indian Ocean, Tonga is simply known by most travelers as the ‘friendly Islands’. The archipelago forming Tonga country consists of four groups of islands. Tonga country is an absolute monarchy, an aspect that seems to haunt the country as far as being a tourist destination is concerned.

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Honiara, Solomon Islands

Situated on Guadalcanal, Honiara serves as the capital city of Solomon Islands. Visitors to Honiara get in through Henderson Field International Airport which is served by various airlines include the weekly Air Pacific airline from Nadi, Solomon Airlines, Air Niugini and Pacific Blue airline that offers connections to Brisbane on Thursdays and Tuesdays.

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Avarua, Cook Island

A home to about 2700 people, Avarua is located on Rarotonga and is the capital city of Cook Islands. Avarua is the major commercial and economical centre of Rarotonga Island and besides the supermarkets and hotels;

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Apia, Samoa

Samoa is an island country of wonderful natural beauty. The country has its capital in Apia and the island is home to about 40, 000 people. Just like other capitals on Pacific Island, Apia is quite a small, run down shabby and has the obvious attractions you would expect to find on an Island.

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Top 5 places to visit in Australia

From lush, tropical rain forests to breath-taking monoliths in the desert, Australia’s landscape features some of the most iconic visitor attractions in the world. If you’re planning a visit to the land down under or if you’re looking for a local holiday, here’s five place you just have to include on your list!

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Alofi, Niue

Alofi is the capital city and also the largest city of Niue. Alofi is readily served by a nearby airport and travelling into the city is always easy as most accommodation centers are situated near or in Alofi.

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Bondi Beach, Australia

Known for its glittering blue ocean waters, lively white sand beaches, a coastal lifestyle and a friendly community, Bondi Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Australia. Bondi Beach is now a favorite tourist destination for many vacationers especially from the Great Britain.

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Byron Bay, Australia

Renowned for its surfing beaches and scuba diving, Byron Bay is seaside town in New South Wales, Australia. It neighbors Sydney to the north and Brisbane to the south. Byron bay is a unique tourist destination, it will entice you with its laid-back lifestyle, captivate you with its rural beauty and still exhilarate with its numerous fun making opportunities such as whale watching, scuba diving and just enjoying the culture.

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