The Oceania Pacific region comprises mainly of the Polynesian islands some of which have been clubbed together to form island nations. Australia, New Zealand and Fiji are 3 of the main economically strong self sustainable countries in this region along with smaller pockets of native settlements such as Papua New Guinea and Tonga. The region is the last to receive human settlement and was usually occupied by native tribes till very recently.


India, or Bharat, is fondly called the Land of Diversity for a reason – the country is home to several races, languages, cultures, and religions entwined together into an epitome of unmatched unity. Indians believe in the philosophy of Atithi Devo Bhava (Guest is equivalent to God), which stems from their long legacy of hospitality, warmth, and open-hearted welcome. 


India is a land of deep-rooted beliefs that relate to the country’s rich history, spanning more than 2,50,000 years. For an avid traveler seeking rich experiences to fill their bucket with, India’s plethora of beautiful artistic, literary and oral traditions offer excellent memories of a lifetime. 

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Top Things to do in Oceania/ Pacific

Oceania Pacific region has a wide variety of things to do for visitors travelling to this region. It is home to some of the most advanced modern cities for human settlement boasting of state of the art infrastructure and architectural wonders. A lot of these cities are highly sought after for residential purposes as they equipped with all modern facilities and amenities. So visit the Sydney Harbour in Australia and drop in for a quick peek of the iconic Sydney Opera nearby. Enjoy the scenes at Wellington Harbour against a backdrop of crystal clear blue water in New Zealand while allow yourself to blown away by impeccable luxury and hospitality of Fiji.

Feast on some mouth-watering delicacies

The Oceania Pacific region has a mixed platter of dishes mainly revolving around meat and seafood, what with the abundant coastline and ample number of animal farms in Australia and New Zealand. Oceania Pacific countries were British colonies for a long period of time and hence the food habits are heavily influenced by British culture. The popular food choices are burgers and meat pies for grabbing a bite while on the move. Australia has quite a few interesting choices in original cuisine like the Marmite & Vegemite bread spreads which are not found anywhere else in the world. The Australian Lamington a popular choice of desert cake and the NZ Pavlov are globally recognized foods from the Oceania Pacific region.

Visit these Places of Religious & Cultural Value

The Mariamma Temple in Fiji is an Asian temple known for the fire-walking festival which is held every year in the months of July-August.  Australia also has its fair share of religious places such as Victorian era churches that are beautifully preserved till date. New Zealand is quite open to religious practise and belief for its citizens and has religious places of worship for all major religions.  One can also visit the Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple located at Nadi. It is a very auspicious seat of devotion and the deity is said to be very powerful. One must also visit the Naiserelagi Catholic Mission which is a very beautiful church dating back to 1917.

Visit these Places for Adventure and Fun

For adventure & fun one can indulge in adventure sports ranging from adventure trekking, mountain biking, sand surfing or even deep sea diving. Scuba Diving with the manta ray is a very popular attraction here. That apart, visitors can also go island hopping to explore the various treats it has to offer. Most islands have world class facillities for diving and snorkelling, sailing, fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding.

Visit these Places for A Romantic Getaway

For a variety of reasons, Fiji is globally nominated as one of the best honeymoon destinations in the world. However it might recieve steep competition from Australia in terms of grandeur and aristocracy for romantic getaways. With stunning resorts, hotels and villas, and a mix of beaches, jungles, spectacular landscapes and luxurious resorts, couples here can find just the right amount of seclusion and romance they need.

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Australia is a unique landmass that is home of very unique varieties of species of flora and fauna.

Australia is also popularly referred to as the land down under by the rest of the world, the reference obviously being to the map outline of Australia which is lies at a surface below the other continent nations.


Fiji is another island nation in the Oceania Pacific region and is the final link in the chain of Polynesian island countries.

Fiji surprisingly has been recorded to be one of the earliest inhabited landmasses of the world with inscriptions and findings tracing human settlement as early as 2nd Millenium BC.

New Zealand

New Zealand ranks among the top developed countries in the world and is home to some of the most developed cities.

New Zealand is an island country in the Pacific Ocean that comprises mainly of two main islands. Owing to its remote location, New Zealand was the last habitable landmass on the planet that opened upto human settlement.

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