A massive swath of the South Pacific dotted with islands both huge and miniscule, Oceania is a region simultaneously divided and united by the sea. The coastlines of Australia and New Zealand – the largest nations down in this part of the world – are legendary and endless, but it’s what goes on inland that really makes these places special. Cosmopolitan cities, mist-shrouded volcanoes, vast deserts, and isolated communities populated with some of the most interesting people you’ll find anywhere await. There’s no place like this place anyplace, and they can’t wait to prove it to you.
Want diversity? Get yourself to Australia. The pristine beaches, rugged terrain and bustling coastal cities in this part of the world are the living embodiment of variety.
New Zealand is an adventure sports junkie's dream. The Tolkien-worthy landscape seems tailor made for adrenaline, and the country that invented bungee jumping takes their adventure seriously.