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South Pacific Islands - Romance & Honeymoon

The South Pacific Islands are some of the finest romantic destinations in the world, with year round warm weather, white sand beaches, clear blue ocean, spectacular scenery and an abundance of tropical flowers. Whatever the occasion - weddings, vow-renewals, honeymoon or romantic getaways the south pacific offer the world’s most idyllic islands and luxurious accommodation providing the perfect romance escape.

2 Day Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills from Adelaide

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Travel through the scenic Torrens Gorge to the Barossa Valley and continue over Jacobs Creek for a tasting of the fine wines at the Grant Burge winery and onto Rockford Wine Cellars for more traditional Barossa wines. Stop for a stroll in the German town of Tanunda – many of the shops pecialise in crafts made by the locals. After a lunch stop take in the view from the top of Menglers Hill for an unsurpassed view over the entire Valley. Out next stop will be Henschkes winery in Keyneton, a fifth-generation German winery producing outstanding wines. You’ll spend your overnight in a charming B&B in the Adelaide Hills.

The next morning, visit the historic German village of Hahndorf. Taste cheeses from Woodside cheese wrights and fine wines produced by Hillstowe wines. Travel through the Hills to Hardys Chateau Reynella winery, a winery with magnificent gardens to stroll plus wonderful wines to taste. Chateau Reynella is also the historical site where the first wine was made in South Australia. Next, you’ll visit the picturesque town of Clarendon and the Coriole winery, they produce some exceptional unique wine styles. Olive Grove is next on the list specializing in products from locally grown olives. Visit D’arenberg winery with innovative wines made by a fourth-generation family-run winery. After lunch visit the rustic Wirra Wirra winery, one of the premium wine producers in the area. If time permits, we will visit the new boutique Fox Creek winery

There are many options for customising and the tour can be made gourmet food focussed, including chocolate sampling, and visit local artists or visit other smaller wine identities. The opportunity is endless and can be tailor-made to the client.

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McLaren Vale Food & Wine – Day Tour from Adelaide

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Just 40 km’s south of Adelaide there is over 100 small, very individual wineries. Your guide will personally escort you via the picturesque town of Clarendon to Coriole winery – producing an outstanding range of wines, olives, olive oils and cheeses surrounded by magnificent views and gardens.  Visit d’Arenberg winery host to a range of outstanding and innovative wines. Options for lunch include d’Arrys Veranda restaurant, the scenic Currant Shed or alfresco under the vines picnic style. Winery options in the afternoon include Italian wine-style Primo Estate winery, the more rustic Wirra Wirra winery or Penny’s Hill which also showcases Australian artists. Tours can also be fully customized and feature more gourmet food focus including exploring the Blessed Cheese Trail, Olive products, locally produced Almonds or Fruitchocs or options to visit less explored smaller wineries.

 

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Best of Barossa – Day Tour from Adelaide

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Barossa Valley – the wine capital of Australia, is a relaxed and friendly place. Travel through the scenic Torrens Gorge to the Barossa Valley. Enjoy a tasting of fine wines at Trevor Jones or Kellermeister, Travel over Jacobs Creek to visit some smaller wine cellars, full of rustic charm who make wines in the traditional Barossa method, these include Rockford and Charlie Melton. Stop for a stroll in the German town of Tanunda – discover the small shops, many of which specialize in crafts made by the locals. Before lunch, enjoy an unsurpassed view over the entire Barossa Valley from atop Menglers Hill. Lunch will be alfresco under the vines or at Vintners restaurant just out of Angaston. The afternoon brings Henschke winery, a visit to the historic Yalumba, the biggest family-run winery in Australia. There may also be time to visit boutique producers such as Torbreck, Rolf Binder or Two hands. And a visit to Maggie’s beer Farm shop is a must for food lovers.

 

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The Rees Queenstown

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The Rees Hotel Queenstown is a sophisticated five-star hotel situated right on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, in the South Island of New Zealand. The Rees offers a variety of spacious and luxurious accommodation options including 60 Hotel rooms, 90 Apartments and five private, 3 bedroom/ 3 bathroom Lakeside Residences, all with terraces, showcasing spectacular views across Lake Wakatipu to the alpine panorama of the Remarkable Mountain range.

The many exceptional features at The Rees Hotel include a library of rare books and art, courtesy shuttle to/from Queenstown town centre, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, movies and local telephone calls, conference rooms, a fully-equipped gymnasium, secure undercover parking, electric car-charging station and its own private beach and wharf accessing jet-boat and water taxi services. Guests can swim from our wharf or beach – but it’s not for the faint-hearted!

Our team of experienced local and international staff pride themselves on delivering professional friendly service that consistently exceeds our guests’ expectations and is a hallmark of The Rees Hotel’s reputation.

Luxury vehicle and heli transfers and services are available to guests, ski lockers and a dedicated ski concierge are available during the winter season and a fleet of mountain bikes can be hired year-round. Walking and biking trails are directly accessible from the hotel around Lake Wakatipu and into Queenstown. In-room spa treatments and babysitting services can be arranged on request and children are particularly well catered for.

True South Dining Room is the property’s multi-award-winning fine-dining restaurant. The executive chef Ben Batterbury and his team create exquisite menus taking advantage of the spectacular produce available from passionate local suppliers in Central Otago. Our sommelier can advise or match these dining delights to wines from our internationally awarded list and Bordeau Wine cellar, featuring a comprehensive collection of wine from the great houses of Burgundy and Bordeaux alongside the best offerings from New Zealand. Regular exclusive culinary events and winemaker’s dinners are held at the property each year.

Quiet, private and sophisticated, The Rees Hotel Queenstown epitomizes southern hospitality at its finest and an authentic New Zealand experience.

 

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13 Day Ultimate Tahiti Honeymoon – Moorea and Bora Bora

Duration: 12 days (10 nights)

$4199

Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora- the very names evoke visions of an island paradise, exotic days, romantic nights and South Sea adventure. And this is exactly what you will find there. The Islands of Tahiti are surely the prototype for the concept of the far-flung, south seas romantic escape – archipelagos of volcanic islands isolated in a gigantic deep blue Pacific, protected entirely by barrier reefs that form some of the world’s most fabled lagoons.

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12 Day Hidden Islands of Tahiti – Bora Bora, Raiatea and Taha’a

Duration: 12 days (10 nights)

$4699

This 12 day island vacation takes you to Bora Bora and Taha’a  for relaxation in a South Sea Island Paradise with French flair, this Tahiti vacation cannot be matched.

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7 Day South Pacific Island Paradise Vacation

Duration: 7 days (5 nights)

$749

Tahiti – the very name evokes visions of an island paradise, exotic days, romantic nights and South Sea adventure. And this is exactly what you will find there. The Islands of Tahiti are surely the prototype for the concept of the far-flung, South Seas romantic escape – archipelagos of volcanic islands isolated in a gigantic deep blue Pacific, protected entirely by barrier reefs that form some of the world’s most fabled lagoons.

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6 Day Romantic Bora Bora Island Vacation

Duration: 6 Days (5 Nights)

$1965

Spend 5 nights in paradise on this island vacation to Bora Bora – one of the most beautiful islands in the world. For relaxation in a South Sea Island Paradise with French flair, this Bora Bora vacation cannot be matched.

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5 Day Discover Taveuni

Duration: 5 Days (4 Nights)

$1299

Located in the northern end of Koro Sea, much of Taveuni’s coastline is rugged and set against some of Fiji’s highest peaks. Covered in coconut trees, Taveuni is known for being the Garden Island of Fiji because of its abundance of flora. About 60 percent of the land is tropical rainforest, and the volcanic soil makes Taveuni one of Fiji’s most fertile areas. With Rainbow Reef and Vuna Reef just a short boat ride away, Paradise Taveuni offers you excellent diving.

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5 Day Discover The Coral Coast

Duration: 5 Days (4 Nights)

$729

Located just 45 minutes from the airport, the combination of being easily accessible from Nadi, the ability to easily immerse yourself in the fascinating mix of cultural experiences and getting out and about to explore the beauty of the surrounding highlands, natural rainforests and rivers makes this a memorable Fiji holiday experience.

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5 Day Discover The Mamanuca Islands

Duration: 5 Days (4 Nights)

$625

Located just off the coast from Denarau are a series of picture-perfect tiny little islands ringed with white beaches and topped with a forest of coconut palms. These islands offer those beautiful cobalt blue waters, palm fringed long sandy beaches and coral reefs that we all dream of. There are villages and resorts plus fantastic snorkeling and swimming.

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4 Day Discover Aitutaki

Duration: 4 Days (3 Nights)

$1055

Just a 40 minute flight from Rarotonga, this tropical island paradise is known for its stunning turquoise lagoon, deserted islands and white sand beaches. A lagoon cruise is an absolute must and is the best way to fully appreciate how beautiful this part of the Pacific really is. Cruise the calm waters stopping at secluded islands to swim, laze on the beach and snorkel amongst the colourful and friendly tropical fish..

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4 Day Discover Bora Bora

Duration: 4 Days (3 Nights)

$2549

Moorea’s tranquil lifestyle makes falling into island time effortless. Hire a car or bike and travel one of the most stunning coastal roads in the world passing deserted beaches, pineapple plantations and tiny villages. Stop at the Belvedere Lookout for an awe-inspiring view and choose your own spot for a picnic of French fare and tropical fruit bought at the roadside.

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4 Day Discover Moorea

Duration: 4 Days (3 Nights)

$1449

Moorea’s tranquil lifestyle makes falling into island time effortless. Hire a car or bike and travel one of the most stunning coastal roads in the world passing deserted beaches, pineapple plantations and tiny villages. Stop at the Belvedere Lookout for an awe-inspiring view and choose your own spot for a picnic of French fare and tropical fruit bought at the roadside.

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3 Day Discover Papeete

Duration: 3 Days (2 Nights)

$549

Papeete, on the island of Tahiti, is French Polynesia’s capital and its international gateway. Even if you are visiting other islands, due to flight connections you will need a night or two en-route.Papeete is full of life and colour and a perfect introduction to the islands’ unique fusion of French flair and exotic Polynesia. Stroll through Le Marche to see a mouth-watering array of tropical fruits, along with flower leis, and handcrafts such as rainbow-hued pareau’s (sarongs). At nightfall head for the waterfront and the famed Roulottes – mobile restaurants cooking delectable meals, including fresh fish and crepes and cuisines ranging from Italian to Chinese.

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Fiji

There’s a word that’s heard all the time when visiting Fiji’s 333 islands – “Bula”. “Bula” can mean many things. It can mean hello or welcome, cheers or good health. “Bula” is guaranteed to be delivered and received with the warmest smiles you’ll ever see. Fijians like to be happy and they want you to be happy too. Smiling is second nature to the Fijian people and their warmth and friendliness is infectious. Whether you’re a new visitor or returning, Fiji’s islands offer different experiences that will entice any traveler. Fiji warmly invite you to cruise, dive, hike, snorkel, fish, or just simply enjoy the great physical beauty and the warmth of its people.

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New Caledonia

If you’re dreaming of a small, warm and sunny tropical island with stunning white sand beaches, sheltered clear blue turquoise lagoons and a range of restaurants all within walking distance then look no further. A blend of French and Melanesian cultures intertwined offering contrast, splendour and excitement. Comprising the Northern, Southern and Loyalty Island provinces, New Caledonia offers islands, rich in beauty and history. Enjoy the diversity of landscapes, flora and fauna, mountains and lush forests.

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Samoa

Talofa lava and welcome to Samoa, the treasured islands of the South Pacific. Samoa is considered the heart of Polynesia. It has a 3000 year-old way of life called Fa'a Samoa that underpins a memorable visitor experience. Samoa is a postcard of natural beauty consisting of ten islands, each offering very distinct and different environments to explore. Blessed with stunning land and seascapes, and friendly people who are proud of their country, there are many versions of paradise to discover.

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Tahiti

Tahiti. The word evokes visions of an island paradise. With 118 islands boasting high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, turquoise-blue lagoons, white sand, palm-fringed beaches, and luxuriously intimate resorts, each island paradise has something for everyone. Bora Bora, Moorea, Huahine, Taha'a, Raiatea, Manihi, Tikehau, Rangiroa, Fakarava, The Marquesas and the other exquisite Islands of Tahiti cover more than two million square miles of the South Pacific Ocean and is comprised of 118 islands and atolls spread over five great archipelagos. Many islands are crowned with jagged peaks while others appear to barely float above the breaking waves. Spanning an area in the South Pacific as large as Western Europe, the total land mass of all the islands adds up to an area only slightly larger than the tiny state of Rhode Island.

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The Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are the secret of the South Pacific. The 15 Cook Islands lie halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii. No chain restaurants or brand hotels. It’s a place preserved in time yet still blessed with all the modern amenities of today like 5-star properties, wi-fi, and gourmet restaurant options. In the Cooks, adventures are everywhere if you’re looking for it, but total relaxation is always with you.

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Tonga

If you’re looking for a holiday destination that is unspoilt, un-commercialised and back to basics, then Tonga is the place for you! The Kingdom of Tonga is the only remaining constitutional monarchy in the Pacific. The island nation that has almost been forgotten by the modern world has a proud historical and cultural heritage combined with a strong focus on religion. The main island is Tongatapu and home to the capital Nuku'alofa. Spend a couple of days here exploring the history on the island or take a short boat ride to one of the outer islands and sit back and relax on the white sandy beaches. The other islands of Vavu'u and Ha'apai offer you the opportunity to truly experience the remoteness, beauty and culture of Tonga. And like other South Pacific nations Tonga has been blessed with warm waters and abundant marine life, it is a great place to learn to dive, try kayaking, or do some whale watching!

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Vanuatu

Vanuatu (previously known as the New Hebrides Islands) is an archipelago nation consisting of 83 islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean, north of New Zealand and east of Australia. Warm and welcoming, the local people come from over 100 villages spread across the 83 islands of the tropical archipelago. With a rich (and sometimes mysterious) traditional culture, the ni-Vanuatu people greet visitors as friends, introduce them to ‘island time’ and share their knowledge and love of the country that was officially named ‘the happiest nation on the planet’.

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Fiji

Weddings and Honeymoons
 
There’s a reason so many newly-weds and about-to-be-weds flock to Fiji to celebrate their love. With glistening white beaches, lush rainforests and countless hideaway spots, this is one of the most romantic places on earth. If you want help with planning, many resorts offer great wedding or honeymoon packages to take the pressure off. Whether you’re looking for a wedding venue or somewhere to honeymoon, Fiji is the ideal place to start your lives together.
As a popular wedding destination, Fiji has an abundance of spectacular venues. If you’re looking for something traditional, resorts on tropical islands offer gorgeous wedding chapels or exotic gardens.
Fiji is famous for its beachside ceremonies, providing the ultimate backdrop of white sand, blue ocean and stunning green islands. If you’ve got a lot of people attending, getting married on the main island, Viti Levu, is the best option. But for something more intimate, there are countless alternatives on one of Fiji’s offshore islands.
Fiji’s magnificent, thick rainforests provide another perfect wedding spot, offering a background of waterfalls and green foliage amongst the sound of singing tropical birds. Or for something completely different, have your wedding on board a luxury yacht or cruise. Whatever your preference, there are endless options for your perfect Fijian wedding.
If you do decide to get married here, you can relax in the knowledge everything is taken care of. Fiji has a number of professional wedding coordinators who can customise your ceremony to your needs. From photography, flowers and food to honeymoon destinations, you can have everything organised for you.

Cook Islands

Honeymoon Central
 
A lifetime of happiness together begins here.
If you are after slow and sensual then a candlelit meal for two on the beach will create the perfect setting to rejoice in your love.
If perhaps Fast & Furious is more your pace then try deep sea fishing, quad biking adventures, zumba classes, or dancing the night away at Avarua’s lively open air bars and nightclubs. There’s so many ways to add excitement to your honeymoon.
If you are after endless ways to enjoy the warm azure lagoons then kayaking, snorkeling, standup paddle boarding or simply working on your tan while cruising the lagoon are just some of the ways to explore our lagoons together.
But if you are after a cultural experience to remember for a lifetime then experiencing our local villages, the islands rich culture of song and dance at one of our cultural dinner and dance shows might be for you. Take an island walk with Pa, our amazing medicine man, and check out the local markets.
Whatever your honeymoon style is – The Cook Islands has it covered

Tahiti

The center of the universe for romance.
 
There is no better place to celebrate your new life together or to celebrate a milestone of your relationship. Tahiti, officially known as French Polynesia, is comprised of 118 romantic islands and atolls.
Each of the many islands of Tahiti is a tiny paradise. Some isles are crowned with jagged peaks soaring magically out of the ocean in an explosion of green velvet while others appear as if gracefully tossed upon the ocean – barely floating above the breaking waves.

What makes Tahiti & Her Islands so unique romance?

Seclusion
Intimate resorts, small peaceful villages, and miles of quiet pristine beaches explain why Tahiti is ranked #1 in the world for “alone time.”
Overwater Bungalows
The world’s most perfect hotel room! Sleep above the turquoise lagoon waters in your thatched-roof hideaway with all the amenities and service of a first class hotel room.
Polynesian Spas
Experience true relaxation and rejuvenation at one of the many luxurious Polynesian spas while nurtured by the tropical ambience.
Cruising
The world’s most romantic voyages depart every week for Tahiti’s most beautiful isles. Voyage within the legendary South Pacific aboard luxurious cruise ships, super yachts, or freighter passenger that travel between Tahiti’s most beautiful islands.
Activities
Enjoy the perfect place to do everything or nothing at all. Jump in the lagoons by diving, snorkeling, or boating or explore the islands by safaris, hiking, or shopping.
People
Embrace and share in the warmth and welcome of your Tahitian hosts whose love for their islands is seen through music, dance, and flowers.
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