CategoryOceania

The large oceanic area where islands are spread like pearls

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, [...]

Koror–Babeldaob Bridge

The Koror–Babeldaob Bridge, also known by the new name Japan-Palau Friendship Bridge, is a bridge that connects the two major islands of the [...]

Leluh

Leluh is a significant and major prehistoric and historic archaeological site, which nowadays shows only the ruins of a city on Lelu Island, [...]