Travel Notes helps guide visitors around every country in Oceania; linking a collection of websites together like island atolls in the immense sea of the world wide web.
From Australia to Western Samoa, travellers and tourists can find out more about Oceania at Travel Notes with travel articles, discussions and links.
Oceania Travel Notes
Short URL: https://tnot.es/Ocean
The Pacific Islands of Oceania
American Samoa - Australia - Cook Islands - East Timor - Fiji - French Polynesia - Guam - Kiribati - Mariana Islands - Marshall Islands - Micronesia - Nauru - New Caledonia - New Zealand - Palau - Papua New Guinea - Pitcairn Islands - Solomon Islands - Tokelau - Tonga - Tuvalu - Vanuatu - Wallis & Futuna - Western Samoa.
Maps of The Pacific Region
Given the small size of the South Pacific Islands and the large region of the South Pacific, many maps of the South Pacific Islands are generalised to increase readability, at the expense of absolute positional boundaries.
Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea along with the main island groups of Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia combine to create Oceania, one of the most diverse and fascinating areas on the planet.
The Pacific Ocean is the largest geographical feature on earth, more so than all the land areas of the world combined. Yet its depths and its islands remains a mystery to most of us on this planet.
If you have ever dreamt of being on a deserted island, or desired to have the turquoise horizon to yourself with soft sand beneath your toes, then the Pacific Islands are for you.
Established in 1983 as the Tourism Council of the South Pacific, the South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) is the mandated organisation representing Tourism in the region.
If there's an independent authority on travel in the South Pacific, it's David Stanley; author of the original Moon Handbook to the South Pacific.
Weather in The Pacific
Local weather forecasts for destinations around the Pacific Region.