Lalomanu Beach is a constant feature in many Best Beaches of the world lists. Picturesque white sand beach lined with beach fales and magnificent views of the smaller outer islands located on the south coast of Upolu, this is a beach destination not to be missed.
To Sua literally means a Giant Swimming Hole. A must do in every Samoa visit, take a dip in the cool turquoise waters only accessibly via a 30 metre deep ladder down a crater. The crater is filled with seawater via a lava tube connected to the ocean. This site is surrounded with beautiful colorful gardens and is perfect for swimming and nature photography. Nearby is a lava field with blow holes, tide pools and walking paths along the rocks that take you to the ocean’s edge.
It is inarguable that diving in Papua New Guinea is a leading market for tourists. Similarly, when visiting this exquisite paradise, one cannot deny that snorkelling is just as exciting.
Buka, the provincial capital of the formerly known North Solomons has great fishing, swimming and snorkelling in the clear waters of the Buka Passage. In Manus, most of the north coast is bordered with a reef. It has excellent visibility, and a huge variety of corals, fish and wartime wrecks.
The water surrounding the coastline of the mainland Papua New Guinea and the close to 600 different islands of Papua New Guinea provide a more unique and scenic kayaking experience than any other. The beauty you witness when kayaking in Papua New Guinea will take your breath away. There is no better way to explore the different islands of Papua New Guinea than through the various kayaking journeys that can take you to the more remote and uninhabited islands.