One may find various Oceanic holiday destinations and also cruises are available in the oceanic ocean. Some of the Oceanic destinations include:

– Australia
– Melanesia
– Micronesia
– New Zealand
– The French Polynesian Islands

Traveling to Australia: Various Australian destinations include:

Tasmania

Tasmania is one of the most beautiful areas of Australia. The island has rich history in its convict past, but also has a remote beautify for those who are not traveling to enrich their knowledge of the past. In Tasmania, there are various national parks, as well as historical sites. There are a number of museums and scenic drives as well. Tasmania is roughly the size of West Virginia and the longest drive a traveler would have to endure is approximately between four and five hours. There are only half of a million people on the island, almost half of which reside in the capital city of Hobart. The best way to see Tasmania is by car.

Lake Boondooma

The Lake Boondooma in Australia is a very fascinating tourist destination. This is the ideal place to relax and to spend some quality time with your family and friends. This destination offers high class boating, water skiing, fishing and numerous water sports services. Lake Boondooma is one of the 2 great lakes of South Burnett which has become a leading tourist attraction in recent years.

Lincoln National Park

Port Lincoln is a town situated about 640 kilometers by road from Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. Situated on Boston Bay, a bay three times the size of Sydney Harbour, Port Lincoln fronts sheltered waters and is home to Australia’s largest fishing fleet.

Traveling to Melanesia

Extending south of the Equator to the Tropic of Capricorn and to the north and northeast of Australia, Melanesia includes the states of Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Fiji. Melanesia was a term first used by Jules Dumont d’Urville in 1832 to denote an ethnic and geographical grouping of islands distinct from Polynesia and Micronesia. Melanesia offers a wide range of fully resourced soft adventure experiences that take you into rural Papua New Guinea and bring you face to face with our culturally unique peoples and the diverse natural environments they live in.

Traveling to Micronesia

Micronesia Islands are a collection of thousands of tiny islands and many dependent and independent states in the North Pacific. Famous for its exceptional scuba diving, enhanced by the many relics from WW11 which made it famous, these islands are a mix of remote outposts and commercial tourist destinations, of traditional cultures and lifestyles and American and Japanese playgrounds. From the busy beaches and shopping of Guam to the sport fishing Mecca of the Marshall Islands and Palau’s island jewels, Micronesia is a glimmering stretch of Pacific Ocean populated by sunny isles and smiling people. This is a place to escape, filled with excitement and ease, adventure and languor: it’s your call.

Traveling to New Zealand

The best way to travel New Zealand is by self driving tours. There are numerous operators who will plan a route and itinerary for you, book accommodation and recommend sights to see within New Zealand. If you are not of the type to trawl the internet or explore every accommodation option to ensure your dream holiday, then maybe a self drive tour planned by a specialist may be a good option. Self driving in New Zealand is a pleasure.

Attractions in New Zealand include:

Tongariro National Park

The Tongariro National Park is a land of strong contrasts unusual and chaotic landscapes with volcanoes, active and dormant, spewing lava with hot or barren flows, winter snowfields, hot springs and active craters can be seen side by side. Also the features of the land include herb fields, grasslands and tranquil valleys to forests along the hills, from tranquil lakes to desert-like plateaus. Tongariro National Park is located in the central North Island of New Zealand.

Fiordland National Park

New Zealand has extraordinary flora and fauna. The scenic view beyond the waters is spellbinding with snow-capped peaks towering high that reflect their images in a bluish glow in the waters around nearby Milford sound. The image reaches into the interior of the park and cast its bluish glow on the trees of an eight hundred year old forest that grow on the climbing hills and mounts.

Wellington

Located at the southern end of the North island of New Zealand is Wellington, the capital city of this country. Wellington is the home of the parliament buildings. The famous Beehive stands proud in the Thorndon area of the city, and guided tours of the parliament building can be arranged. Across the road from the Beehive is the “Back Bencher”, a great little pub that serves good food, a good pint of ale and is adorned with cartoon sculptures of various politicians.

Traveling to the French Polynesian Islands

Better known by the name of its main island, Tahiti, French Polynesia is a mesmerising wonderland of reef-fringed islands and translucent aqua lagoons. French Polynesia is known for its spectacular nature. Razorsharp mountaintops, stunning turquoise lagoons, and abundance of beautiful flowers. The water there is a nature’s paradise to be found in French Polynesia.