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Travel Notes guides visitors around every country in
Oceania; linking a collection of websites together like island atolls in the immense sea
of the world wide web.
Maps of The Pacific Islands, Pacific Region, South Pacific, The Pacific.
Weather in The Pacific:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around the Pacific region.
The Pacific Ocean is the largest geographical feature on earth,
more so than all the land areas of the world combined. Yet its depths and its islands
remains a mystery to most of us on this planet.
If you have ever dreamt of being on a deserted island, or desired to
have the turquoise horizon to yourself with soft sand beneath your toes, then the Pacific
Islands are for you.
An independent news service, maintained by journalist David Robie at Cafe Pacific.
Happy Isles of Oceania:
Join Paul Theroux as he paddles his way around the South Pacific.
A Christian magazine trying to unite the far flung islands and islanders with the rest of
Out of Bounds:
The story of the sailboat Out of Bounds and her crew on a three year journey around the
South Pacific Mini Guides:
David Stanley provides mini-guides to South Pacific destinations and answers to FAQs.
South Pacific Resorts:
Listing of the beachfront, honeymoon, scuba diving resorts and hotels in Fiji, Cook Islands, Tahiti,
Samoa, Vanuatu, New Zealand and Australia.
South Pacific Tourism:
South Pacific Tourism Organisation.
All the spirit of the islands, all in one place.
Given the small size of the South Pacific Islands and the large region
of the South Pacific, many maps of the South Pacific Island are generalised to increase
readability, at the expense of absolute positional boundaries.
and the Pacific:
Perry-Castanada map collection, produced by the US Central Intelligence Agency. Some huge
and very detailed maps here, a few requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
Atlas of Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific:
An exploration into the geography, history, archaeology and anthropology of the Pacific
region, with coverage including the Australian Aborigines, the diverse cultures of New
Guinea, Pacific islanders, Polynesian voyagers, and white settlers.
World Atlas Graphic Maps:
Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea along with the main island groups of
Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia combine to create Oceania, one of the most diverse and
fascinating areas on the planet.
Islands Travel Guides - Pacific
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