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Pacific Islands are the islands of the Pacific Ocean which has three major groups of the islet that are Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia.

Whenever we think of travelling to the Pacific Islands then sparkling images of blue and sandy waters then palm trees lined beaches comes to our mind right?

So now I am gonna list out some of the best and heart-stealing places to explore and visit in the Pacific Islands which is heaven on earth, no second thoughts in this.

Here are the Top 8 Best Places To Visit In Pacific Islands.

1. Bora Bora

Known for its scuba diving and surrounded by sand-fringed Motus (islets) and a turquoise lagoon protected by a coral reef, Bora Bora is a small South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia.

It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the world which is famous for its luxurious overwater bungalows that provide gorgeous vistas of the turquoise lagoon and lush, mountainous landscape, as well as direct access to the sea life-filled waters, it’s a bucket-list spot for many.

A trip to Bora Bora is your ticket to discover a new and colourful world so don’t miss exploring because a trip to Bora Bora won’t be just a trip but a marvellous experience.

2. Tahiti

Being a popular vacation destination with black-sand beaches, lagoons, waterfalls and 2 extinct volcanoes, Tahiti is the largest island in French Polynesia, the South Pacific archipelago which is shaped like a figure-8 and divided into Tahiti Nui (the larger, western section) and Tahiti Iti (the eastern peninsula).

The Tahiti is a mythical destination where the mention of Tahiti calls to mind visions of an idyllic island paradise and once you visit, you’ll discover that your imagination isn’t too off the mark.

Boasting unique black sand beaches, cascading waterfalls, lush mountains and amazing archaeological sites, Tahiti is the experience of a lifetime.

So don’t miss a chance to explore Tahiti as it is one of the must-visit places in the Pacific Islands.

3. Upolu

Famous as “the gateway to Samoa”, Upolu is an island in Samoa, formed by a massive basaltic shield volcano that rises from the seafloor of the western Pacific Ocean which scenically offers an eclectic mix of natural riches that extend far beyond white sand beaches and blue lagoons.

Alluring beaches aside, Upolu’s interior exudes a very special and mystic charm which has numerous tracks that lead deep through lush rainforests to a number of rivers and dramatically beautiful waterfalls.

Many of these are just the ticket for swimming, picnicking or just generally whiling the time away.

So don’t miss Upolu on your trip to Samoa in the Pacific Islands as the island is blessed with waterfalls, vibrant markets, natural wonders and tropical beaches.

4.  Palau

Being an archipelago of over 500 islands, part of the Micronesia region in the western Pacific Ocean which is lost in a great expanse of deep blue ocean, there lies a Pristine Paradise and that is one of the few remaining paradises on earth known as  Palau which is scenically magical.

Wild and beautiful, Palau continues to hold true to its reputation as one of the best diving destinations in the world.

Palai is a gift to diving lovers as its most dive sites are world-class and unique, with memorable underwater features like blue holes, drop-offs, caverns, caves and channels.

Palau is a must-visit place for diving lovers so don’t miss exploring all the underwater activities on your trip to Palau.

5. Tanna

Tanna is an island in Vanuatu, an archipelago country in the South Pacific. On the southeast coast’s known for Mount Yasur, an active volcano with frequent explosions from its vents.

To the east, Port Resolution is a natural harbour with nearby hot springs, a freshwater lake and a beach.

The villages of Sulphur Bay and Imanaka are known for their devotion to the John Frum religious movement. Tanna has an identity, culture and landscape all of its own.

Tanna offers travellers a unique insight into both its untouched tropical countryside, of a lush bush, stunning views and massive banyan trees, as well as its rich village life, culture and ‘kastom’.

So don’t miss to explore Tanna as it is one of the “must-see” islands of the tropical paradise that is Vanuatu.

6. Rarotonga

Rarotonga is the largest of the Cook Islands, a nation of 15 islands in the central South Pacific.

Volcanic peaks, ridges and rainforest dominate its interior. Rarotonga is an amazing place for snorkelling and scuba diving.

It’s also equally amazing for sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, doing surfboard yoga on the lagoon’s calm waters, when you want to have a pub-crawl with your mates, or learn about Polynesian culture and values, or just dive off a waterfall!

Besides the range of watersports, Rarotonga also hosts the largest population of all the 15 islands, so the nightlife is pretty colourful and very safe.

Rarotonga, the hub of the Cook Islands has so much to offer to its travellers, yet remains unspoilt.

7. Niue

Known for its limestone cliffs and coral reef dive sites, Niue is a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean that is sandwiched between Tonga and Samoa where migrating whales swim in Niue’s waters between July and October.

Niue is a Pacific Island paradise like no other, one of the smallest countries, and one of the largest raised coral atolls on earth.

At Niue, one can swim with dolphins, see whales close up, relax at an honesty bar, visit the biggest little yacht club in the world, catch a coconut crab, or snorkel in warm, safe rock pools teeming with colourful fish where Niue will take your breath away with its unique geology, landscape and marine life which is a must-visit.

8. Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are an archipelago of 992 tropical islands and atolls which is scattered in a gentle curve.

It comprises two major parallel island chains extending some 1800 kilometres from the Shortland Islands in the west to Tikopia and Anuta in the east.

A trip to the Solomon Islands is entirely worth the trip for anyone interested in shipwreck dives, multicultural exchange, and breathtaking deep-jungle hikes alongside a 60-foot waterfall.

So who doesn’t love a good old traditional sand and sun vacation? Wiggle your feet in remote white sandy beaches and bask in the Solomon sun where beauty is everywhere and at every turn.

Painted sunsets and magnificent waters are just some of the troves waiting to be adored.

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Natasha J
Natasha J
December 7, 2018 4:35 am

I’m following your blog from past months and really love the places you suggest.🤗