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Tours in Oceania

From snowy peaks and glaciers to rainforest, lost lagoons and pristine beaches, a holiday to Oceania is pure adventure. Named so because most of its landmass lies under the Pacific Ocean, Oceania comprises thousands of islands scattered across the Central and South Pacific.

It's home to some of Earth's last unexplored regions, as well as otherworldly stories of cannibals, magic plants and mystical beasts; jaw-dropping scenery and spectacular mountains; birds of resplendent plumage, and so much more. It might be on the other side of the world, but it’s a journey well worth taking…

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Our travellers rate our Oceania holidays as

4.8 / 5 based on 35 reviews

Oceania Adventure Holidays

Trails of New Zealand

21 reviews

An active adventure exploring the Land of the Long White Cloud

Activity level:
Ages: 18+
18 Days from 7 149 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Trekking in New Zealand

14 reviews

Explore New Zealand's incredible landscapes, predominantly on foot

Walking & Trekking
Activity level:
Moderate / Challenging
Ages: 16+
19 Days from 6 999 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Top Oceania experiences

We offer a range of walking, trekking and cultural Oceania holidays, and will be adding even more soon. 

Adventure: Visit an active volcano at New Zealand’s Tongariro UNESCO World Heritage Area, and hike through a moon-like valley of contorted lava flows and ash fields before climbing up the last steep section to the Emerald Lakes. The scarlet moonscape is dotted with turquoise and blue-green crater lakes, adding surreal colours to the landscape.

Watersports: Kayak in New Zealand’s majestic fjords; embark on a sailing adventure around Australia's Whitsunday Islands; or spend a full day exploring the Great Barrier Reef, snorkelling over a great underwater spectacle.

Camp: In Fiordland National Park, on New Zealand's South Island, stay in one of the eclectic historic cabins at the Hollyford Valley camp. Stretching inland from the southwest coast to the vast glacial lakes of Te Anau and Manapouri, Fiordland is dominated by water. Glacier-carved ocean sounds and serene lakes sit alongside dramatic mountains and – thanks to the region's rainfall – lush temperate rainforest that's home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.

This trip covers a lot of ground, with a packed itinerary and with plenty of walking in beautiful...

Anne Black, 2019 Trails of New Zealand

It’s a very full an encompassing trip. It covers a great deal and involves a lot of hiking, which...

Ann Emanuel, 2019 Trails of New Zealand

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