• Solomon Islands!

    Solomon Islands: Looking up at palm trees. Go Now!

    Solomon Islands
    This Melanesian country is best known for its many islands and beaches... and this natural landscape (pictured) is why most people go. Don't miss out on the unique Melanesian culture and foods though! Begin Your Journey!

  • Tonga!

    Tonga: Coastline. Go Now!

    Tonga
    The heart of Polynesian culture is rooted in Tonga, but most visitors just come for the natural beauty. Explore Tonga!

  • Vanuatu!

    Vanuatu: Jetty into the ocean. Go Now!

    Vanuatu
    Picturesque serenity is a good way to describe Vanuatu, but the culture offers much more, including the inspiration for bungee jumping, which remains a rite of passage for young men. Explore Vanuatu!

  • Palau!

    Palau: "70 Islands!" Go Now!

    Palau
    Few people have even heard of this small Micronesian country, but those who have often return with stories of beauty unmatched elsewhere, such as view of the "70 Islands" (pictured). Go Now!

  • Explore the: Federated States of Micronesia!

    Federated States of Micronesia: Overlooking some islands. Go Now!

    Federated States of Micronesia
    This diverse country stretches for thousands of miles and has the diversity to prove it, including the people from Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Yap among others. Begin Your Journey!

  • Samoa!

    Samoa: A traditional home. Go Now!

    Samoa
    Among the most famous of the South Pacific's many countries, Samoa sits in the heart of Polynesia and has a culture to match. Begin Your Journey!

Sources & Special Thanks for New Zealand

Bibliographical Resources

-Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (www.cdc.gov)
-Encyclopedia Britannica. Yemen. DVD. 2004.
-http://canidrinkthewater.org
-http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0212302/newzealand.html
-http://newzealand.govt.nz/browse/environment-energy-conservation/environment/flora-fauna/
-Hudson, John C, and Edward B Espenshade, Jr., ed. Goode's World Atlas, 20th Edition. Rand McNally. 1995.
-McKnight, Tom, ed. Geographica: The Complete Illustrated Atlas of the World. Barnes & Noble, Inc. 2002.
-PubMed (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/)
-www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/412636/New-Zealand/228271/Daily-life-and-social-customs
-www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/
-www.countriesquest.com/oceania/new_zealand/people_and_society/way_of_life.htm
-www.cyborlink.com/besite/new_zealand.htm
-www.doc.govt.nz/conservation/native-plants/
-www.etiquettescholar.com/dining_etiquette/table-etiquette/pacific_dinner_etiquette/new_zealand.html
-www.fourcorners.co.nz/new-zealand/what-to-wear/
-www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/new-zealand.html
-www.oceanlight.com/fish.html
-www.otago.ac.nz/ctpi/otago024790.pdf
-www.roadjunky.com/romancepage/1548/
-www.teara.govt.nz/en/new-zealand-identity
-www.un.org/esa/population/publications/worldmarriage/worldmarriage.htm
-www.vcn.bc.ca/~celtic3/t-dress.htm
-www.weather.com
-www.wikipedia.org
-www.worldweddingtraditions.com/locations/oceania_traditions/
-www.xe.com

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