Updated: Sep 16, 2022
Fiji, Tonga, Cook & Society Islands (11Days/10Nights)
Arrival at the airport
Hiking in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park
Mount Koroyanitu, also known as Mount Evans is the fourth highest peak in Fiji and located in the Evans Ranges in the Western Division of the island of Viti Levu. It is 1195 meters or 3920 feet high. Koroyanitu in Fijian means "Village of the Devil".
A 17,100 hectares (42,000 acres) area covering Mount Koroyanitu and the Vaturu Dam catchment is the Koroyanitu/Vaturu Important Bird Area. It supports a population of vulnerable Shy Ground-dove and near threatened Masked shining parrot.
The Koroyanitu Heritage Park covers the mountain and surrounding area, protecting an area of 35 km2. It was created in 1989, and is managed by the community in Ba, which lies northeast of the mountain.
Stay Night in Fiji
City Tour at Suva
Suva is the political, economic, and cultural centre of Fiji. It is also the economic and cultural capital of the South Pacific, hosting the majority of the regional headquarters of major international corporations, international agencies, and diplomatic missions. The city also has a thriving arts and performance scene, and a growing reputation as the region's fashion capital.
Stay Night in there
Moving to Savusavu & City tour at there
Visit a black pearl farm
Enjoying Fijian village cultural show
Visit Waisale Reserve
Stay Night in Savusavu
The Vavaʻu island group is spread out across an area that measures about 21 km from east to west and 25 km from north to south. Vavaʻu had 13,738 inhabitants at the 2016 census, 5,251 of whom lived in the capital, Neiafu. The islands in Vavaʻu District, outside of the Vavaʻu Group, are uninhabited. The main island of ’Utu Vava’u, at 97 km2 (37 sq mi), is the second largest island in Tonga.
Vavaʻu is a coral reef with cliffs in the north rising to 200 m (660 ft) above sea level. On the south side, the island group is dispersed into many small, scattered islands and waterways. The largest of the waterways, the fjord-like Ava Pulepulekai channel, extends 11 km (6.8 mi) inland from the harbor of Neiafu (the capital).
The north coast of ’Utu Vava’u island is a raised platform of coral cliffs. The southern coastline is low and irregular, and opens out into a network of channels, bays, and islets, forming one of the best-protected natural harbors in the Pacific.
’Utu Vava’u is also home to the ʻEneʻio Botanical Garden, which is Tonga's only botanical garden.
Stay night in Tonga
Day 05 & 06
Cross International Date Line & Enjoying it
Hiking Maunga Pu
Visit Aitutaki’s vast and beautiful lagoons.
Snorkeling and scuba diving in and around Bora Bora’s lagoon are popular activities. Many species of sharks and rays inhabit the surrounding waters. A few dive operators on the island offer manta-ray dives and shark-feeding dives.
The tropical forests of French Polynesia are home to a great variety of rare animals and plants.
Above all, the islands are known for their olfactory landscape. The Tahitian tiaré (Gardenia taitensis), which blooms exclusively on the Society Islands, is one of the most fragrant of all flowers and is now protected.
Stay Freely at Taha’a (Motu Mahana)
In the opinion of many travelers, Moorea is the most beautiful island of Polynesia, so there is hardly a South Seas cruise that does not include Mo'orea in its program. There are two waterfalls in Afareaitu, although their volume decreases during the winter season when water is rather scarce.
Move back to airport