Oceania

Oceania is a geographical region that is comprised of Australia, New Zealand and other smaller countries that are within the confines of the Pacific.

Australasia is the most populous sub-region of Oceania, which is comprised of Australia New Guinea and New Zealand. Highly cosmopolitan, you can decide to make these countries a point of entry, as the smaller, more separate islands can be easily accessible by boat or plane from here. You definitely should not miss Sydney, where the famous Opera house is located. Experience first-hand the pride of Oceania, the wonderful Great Barrier Reef where you can appreciate the vast life and colors underwater.

You can venture to the sub-regions by starting on Melanesia, which is comprised of Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and New Caledonia. More resorts, beaches and lush coral reefs await you so if you are a lover of water sports and activities, be ready to get the tan of your life. You should not miss visiting Bora Bora, located in French Polynesia, which many tourists claim the most beautiful island in the world.

Also check out the Micronesia sub-region, which includes Guam and other small islands. With such a vast selection of travel spots and water-related activities, Oceania is a water paradise you will not want to miss.

Countries in the Oceania Region

American-Samoa
American Samoa
Antarctica
Antarctica
Austrailia-country
Australia
Cook-Islands
Cook Islands
Fiji-islands
Fiji
French-Polynesia
French Polynesia
micronesia-islands
Micronesia
New-Zealand
New Zealand
Samoa-island
Samoa
Vanuatu-islands
Vanuatu

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