Tuamotu Islands: Remote Islands of Tahiti

If you’re looking for an exotic getaway, the Tuamotu Islands are your perfect destination! These small islands in French Polynesia—including Fakarava, Manihi, Rangiroa, and Tikehau—are home to secluded lagoons and some of the best diving in the Islands of Tahiti. Fuel your island daydreams with our guide to the Tuamotus! Fakarava Aerial view of Fakarava Read More…

Bora Bora – Perfect Island Getaway

Bora Bora, the most famous of the Islands of Tahiti, is the perfect getaway for honeymooners, adventurers, and anyone looking for some relaxation and sunshine. Bora Bora is world-famous for its luxurious overwater bungalows, where you can see colorful fish swimming beneath your floor and lounge on your outdoor terrace surrounded by a bright turquoise Read More…

Cook Islands Marine Life

Did you know that the Cook Islands are a mix of coral atolls and volcanic islands? There are loads of gorgeous, tranquil lagoons that are home to incredible Cook Islands marine life. Within the waters of the Cook Islands, you can find an amazing array of fish, including clownfish, bullseyes, gropers, leatherjackets, parrotfish, pufferfish, surgeonfish, sweetlips, and Read More…

Best Water Sports & Destinations

Destinations like Fiji, Tahiti, and the Cook Islands aren’t just for relaxation; the south pacific is filled with water sports for all ages. Explore the natural habitats of the oceans surrounding your villas, dive into the depths of the waters to explore new species, or start your morning paddle boarding into the sunset. Fiji: Diving Read More…

Top 10 Can’t-Miss Experiences in Fiji

Fiji offers two of the most beautiful reefs: the Great Astrolabe Reef, which is the world’s fourth-largest barrier reef, curling around the southern island of Kadavu; and the Great Sea Reef- a coral reef off the northern island of Vanua Levu. Both of the reefs have wonderful snorkeling opportunities, where you’ll have the opportunity to view an abundance of wildlife; including eagle and manta rays, green turtles, and spinner dolphins.