Where Would You Rather Be?
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Located in the South Pacific, approximately 3 to 4 hours by plane from the east coast of Australia, Fiji is an inviting tropical paradise. From the moment you arrive you will be struck by the natural beauty of the islands but equally moved by the genuine and kind-hearted Fijian people. An ideal holiday destination for families, Fiji is also popular with couples. Any stress just melts away as you explore the stunning beaches, laid back island atmosphere and warm tropical climate. The best time to visit Fiji is between late March and early December when the warm sunny weather is perfect for swimming, snorkeling and exploring the island. Bula (meaning hello in Fijian) is a word you will hear everywhere you go and is always exclaimed with a smile. With 106 of the island’s geography permanently populated, Fiji is home to some of the friendliest locals in the world. It’s this welcoming atmosphere and stunning natural beauty that make a holiday to Fiji the experience of a lifetime.
Once a backpacker hotspot, the golden hue that radiates from Thailand’s tropical beaches and glittering temples is now drawing all types of travelers to its friendly shores. An exotic and fun-loving destination, Thailand is both cultured and historic and brings together modern cities with lush green rice paddies, rural villages and some of the most incredibly clear blue water you’ve ever seen. From the forests of the north to the limestone cliffs of the south, Thailand offers something for everyone.
Part of the Society Islands in French Polynesia, Bora Bora, Tahiti is an exclusive holiday destination and tropical paradise famous for its postcard perfect beauty. Home to iconic overwater bungalows, Bora Bora is also known for the many A-list celebrities who choose to holiday there each year. Located 230km northwest of Papeete, the capital of Tahiti, Bora Bora is ranked as one of the South Pacific’s most remarkably stunning islands and promises relaxation, romance and luxury. Surrounded by a barrier reef and incredible blue lagoon, Bora Bora is punctuated by the remnants of an extinct volcano, which rise up into the twin peaks of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia at its center.