Oceania

With around only 40 million inhabitants over an area of 8.5 million kilometres, Oceania is one of the least populated regions in the world. This makes it very unique and it’s hard to find anything about it that isn’t breathtaking! The pristine waters, the sandbar atols, the mountain views, the cultures and the people. While some of the over 25,000 islands in the region have become quite touristy, there are still many that remain almost untouched, making them as close to paradise as you could ever get.

Travelling in this part of the world can be very expensive due to the distance between some island chains and the lack of regular, reliable transport between them. Sometimes, the only viable transport options are once a week flights or even more infrequent cruise ships. Despite that, it’s definitely worth a visit!

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So far, I’ve managed to make it to 11 countries and 4 dependent territories across the 4 regional divisions of Oceania. You can follow the links below to read about my adventures in the area. If the country/territory you’re looking for doesn’t have a link yet, please check back later!

Micronesia

Palau
Guam
Northern Mariana Islands
Micronesia (Federated States of)

Melanesia

New Caledonia
Fiji
Solomon Islands
Papua New Guinea
Vanuatu

Polynesia

Tonga
American Samoa
Samoa
Cook Islands

Australasia

Australia
-Australian Capital Territory
-New South Wales
-Northern Territory
-Queensland
-South Australia
-Tasmania
-Victoria
-Western Australia
New Zealand