Oceania has a population of just 38 million. It’s a continent emerging from the Earth, more than 24 hours away, divided into 4 regions: Australasia, Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia. Of course, we’re all familiar with Australia, land of kangaroos and Aborigines, a country that attracts students from all over the world to learn English and thrive in Queensland on the east coast or in the south towards Melbourne. Famous for its surfing, Australia is a country well worth a visit!

But Oceania is also Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Polynesia and its many islands like Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Tonga and even Hawaii. So many dreamlike countries and islands that will one day be part of our most beautiful journeys!

This travel blog focuses on New Caledonia, one of our big Tour du Monde favorites for its paradisiacal landscapes and marine wildlife but also introduces you to New Zealand, the land of Maoris and kiwis, is a real hit with French travelers.


Land of the Kanaks and heavenly beaches


Land of Maoris and Kiwis

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