Visitor information in the Pacific Islands. The Pacific Islands include the Cook Islands, Fijian Islands, Samoan Islands, Tongan Islands, Vanuatu Islands, Hawaiian Islands and Norfolk Island. The beautiful Pacific Islands are offer unique and amazing holiday destinations. The Cook Islands are the only islands with the same currency as Pacific Islands.

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Pacific Islands Visitor Information

A Pacific Island holiday is a great way to unwind. The Pacific Islands (also known as South Pacific Islands) are the major group of islands north of New Zealand and east of Australia. The islands of the Pacific are an ideal holiday destination. more

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The Pacific Islands are made up of Cook Islands, Fiji Islands, Samoa Islands, Tonga Islands, Vanuatu and Norfolk Island.

Each Pacific Island holiday destination offers a unique holiday experience, typically relaxing with sun and surf rarely far away. The islands enjoy a pleasant tropical climate, stunning beaches and palm trees, beautiful landscapes, rich local culture and friendly Pacific Island people.

Travelling to the Pacific Islands is generally by air with several major airlines flying to the various islands. Regular flights are available from New Zealand and Australia.

Currency in the Pacific Islands differs from island to island. The Cook Islands are the only islands in the Pacific with the same currency as New Zealand.

Pacific Islands Visitor Information Directory

Select visitor information in Pacific Islands from the list below. Alternatively select a Pacific Islands area.

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This Pacific Islands map does not display any listings on the map itself but may provide navigation by clicking on map symbol. Alternatively select a category or a region from the main links to find and view tourism businesses.


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