CategoryOceania

The large oceanic area where islands are spread like pearls

Limu Pools

Limu Pools are series of natural pools that are protected from the South Pacific Ocean by the limestone formations which surround them, located [...]

Maupiti

Maupiti, also known as Vaitu and Maurua in the past, is a small coral atoll which is part of the volcanic Society Islands, [...]

Captain Cook Monument

Captain Cook Monument is a small memorial that symbolizes the landing place of Captain James Cook and his officers, which is located in [...]

Atafu

Atafu, previously known as the Duke of York Group, is a small group of 42 coral islets that are part of the island [...]

Saint Paul’s Pool

Saint Paul’s Pool is a picturesque tidal pool which is nestled among the seaside rocks on the eastern part of the main Pitcairn [...]

Aitutaki Atoll

Aitutaki Atoll, also known as Araura, Ararau and Utataki, is one of the most important and second most visited atolls in Oceania, which [...]

Agrihan Island

Agrihan Island, which sometimes is spelled as Agrigan Island, is a small densely forested island that is located in the northwest of the [...]

Mount Tavurvur

Mount Tavurvur is an interesting and active stratovolcano which is located on the eastern part of the New Britain Island, which is part [...]

Alofaaga Blowholes

The Alofaaga Blowholes, also known by Taga Blowholes, are an interesting natural feature located on the island of Savai’i, within the Independent State [...]

Mitre Peak

Mitre Peak, also known as Rahotu in the Māori language, is an iconic mountain as well as one of the most photographed peaks [...]

Nauru International Airport

Nauru International Airport is the only existent airport, still in function that can be found on the island of the Republic of Nauru, [...]