2300 kilometres in length, welcome to the world’s most spectacular marine attraction. Experience it from below, atop or above, on a tight budget or in pampered luxury.
Suited up and strapped in, take a walk above the observation deck of one of the world’s tallest residential buildings, overlooking one of the world’s most famous beaches.
An island state located off the coast of an island country, Tasmania is Australia’s best kept secret – a natural theme park for fishing, climbing, hiking, and biking – and home to some unusual creatures.
No country offers thrills quite like New Zealand. The Global Bucket List picks the best activities from Queenstown on the South Island, and Rotorua in the north.
Above water, PNG is the world’s most ethnically diverse country, with over 700 ethnic groups. Below water, the marine diversity is even more staggering, attracting divers from around the world.
A small French island in the South Pacific, New Caledonia is bountiful and beautiful, offering incredible beaches, diving, fishing, food, and unusual natural attractions.
An unusual adventure on the island of Atiu puts you face to face with locals from the past, and in the festive bush bars, the lively present too. Watch for sharp edges, and don’t hold too long onto the coconut cup.