Welcome to the Treasures of the South Pacific. A not for profit organisation comprising of the tourist bureaus from the countries of Cook Islands, Samoa, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Tahiti, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island (plus some extra ‘Hidden Treasures’). We exist to support the travel industry with the information they need to service your clients. This website will link you to all the Treasures of South Pacific so please take the time to review as required.
360 Degrees of Wonder, Where you can be as laid back (or busy) as you want to be. Where the only fast food is pulled fresh from soil or sea. Where there are no traffic lights. Where you can still park your car with the keys in the ignition. Time moves slowly here. Elegant convict-built Georgian buildings are still in daily use and the Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is now World Heritage Listed as part of the Australian Convict Sites inscription.
It’s time to discover what truly matters.
Discover the stunning paradise of Vanuatu where cascading waterfalls and breathtaking natural wonders meet lush, cool jungles and white sandy beaches. Just a few hours from Australia and New Zealand, Vanuatu is the ideal location for a romantic escape or fun-filled family holiday.
Papua New Guinea (PNG) is the land of the unexpected with a million different journeys waiting for travellers to discover.
Considered as one of the last great frontiers, Papua New Guinea is a destination for travellers and adventures rather than tourists offering 5 star experiences rather than 5 star luxury. PNG provides once in a lifetime experiences that are guaranteed to provide the WOW factor at your next dinner party.
With new cruising options making travel to PNG easier and more affordable for all tourists, there has never been a better time to visit.
Tahiti is a word that evokes images of lush tropical landscapes; of crystal clear azure lagoons surrounded by soaring volcanic peaks; of love and romance; of gentle goddesses and fierce warriors, it is the stuff of dreams and legends.
The first explorers returned home boasting that they had discovered heaven on earth; writers and artists have captured its planning when to go back. So, what is it about Tahiti & Her Islands which makes us forget that life is short and that there is a world of beauty and tranquillity just waiting to be discovered?
So near so different! The diversity of New Caledonia with the best of French cuisine blended with unique Melanesian flavours. The largest lagoon in the world, crystal clear waters, the wide vistas, majestic mountains, and lush tropical forests of the North. The untrodden paradise of the Isle of Pines and Loyalty Islands. It's a combination of experiences found nowhere else on earth.
Explore the hidden paradise of this Pacific archipelago comprising of 992 islands; there is so much to see and do in the Solomon Islands - from the diver's paradise of diverse marine life, to the wild interiors of local village treks. Feel the spirit of adventure as you explore the Solomons; take a step back in time where the islands remain - unhurried, undeveloped, untouched and unspoiled. Welkam and Lukim You!
Traffic? What`s that? Queues? Never heard of them. Harried people? Not here. According to Lonely Planet, if relaxation was an Olympic sport, this is where you would come to train. Just five hours across the glistening Pacific, in the heart of Polynesia, lies the treasured islands of the South Pacific - Samoa. Here we celebrate the traditional way of life and a culture 3,000 years in the making called Fa`a Samoa - The Samoan Way. Powdery white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, cascading waterfalls, powerful blow holes, hundred year old lava fields, emerald jungles and mystical cave pools? We have them.
The Cook Islands is a little paradise where it’s easy to feel free and where you’ll find more than enough to do. Life here is simply beautiful, and the best part – it’s so much closer and more affordable than you think!
Lying in the heart of the pacific, the Cook Islands are located halfway between Australia’s east coast and Hawaii.