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Guide to Luxury Holidays in South Pacific

Retreat to paradise! Celebrated for its vibrant culture, calm vibes and the most amazing sights and activities, the South Pacific is a playground for luxury travellers and it won't take you long to see why. From snorkelling and surfing to hiking and horse riding, a luxury holiday in the South Pacific delivers nothing but unforgettable experiences.

Dive into this vast region of beautifully diverse islands. Some South Pacific islands were among the last places settled by humans, and the faraway unspoiled factor here still remains. Take your pick from a range of luxury resorts and boutique hotels that offer stunning natural views of crystal seas, black sand beaches and coral reefs.

A few hours east of Australia, the Cook Islands and their crown jewel Rarotonga offer lush island peaks and idyllic beaches. Ideal for honeymooners and weddings, these 15 intimate islands are the perfect getaway destination for couples.

Further east, Fiji boasts hundreds of picturesque coral islands. Rich dive sites and unspoiled beach hideaways here mean you can get as active or as relaxed as you like. So there's something for water sports wannabes of all ages, but plenty if you want soothing spa treatments or a romantic hike for two. And let's not forget Bora Bora in French Polynesia. Just imagine diving into a clear lagoon straight from your overwater villa and you're getting an idea of what you can enjoy here. Think secluded snorkelling sites by day, blending into sumptuous French- and Asian-inspired cuisine by night. Heavenly for families or couples.

There is little difference in climate from one group of islands to the next, and they all benefit from lovely beach holiday weather. Even during winter, from May to October, the tropical appeal still remains. November to April sees the arrival of the green season, creating lusher landscapes.

July and August are the most popular months in the South Pacific. Solstice time, from late September to late March, is an especially beautiful time to visit the region and experience the magic of the full moon. Perfect for honeymoon getaways.

As a precaution, you may want to travel with a photocopy of your passport along with the original. British nationals won't need a visa to visit the South Pacific. Find more information on passports, visas and travelat GOV.UK.

Discover endless dining options on your luxury South Pacific holiday. The boutique hotels and resorts here combine delicious gourmet food with dreamy views of paradise! Taste the al fresco appeal of authentic cuisine ranging from French to local Tahitian specialties.

A trip to Fiji serves up fresh and creative cuisine including lush tropical fruits and premium produce. Just imagine looking out across a lagoon with your loved one and the finest selection of wines. Take to the Cook Islands for fresh seafood dishes against an unmissable sunset.

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