Best Adventure Holidays

Adventure Holidays for all ages & tastes!

Adventure can come in all sorts of forms every laying on a hammock on the beach is adventurous for some! Our hotels and resorts offer a myriad of choices for adventure.

Kayak through World War II pristine waterways, climb a live volcano, explore waterfalls and caves or just snorkel the blue waters of the pacific.

Super Travel Sites has chosen the very best properties to offer a range of adventure holidays something for all ages and tastes.

Vanuatu

Tired of not waking up on an island?

Only a few hours from Australia, Vanuatu's islands are the perfect place to embark on your next holiday.

From swimming in a natural blue hole to standing on the rim of a live volcano, Vanuatu offers a world of adventure and discovery. Unleash your inner-explorer and discover sights you never thought you'd see.

Immerse yourself in the island's rich and authentic culture. Make new friends and share laughter with locals who have regularly been voted some of the happiest people on the planet.

Or simply come to unwind. Relax, let go and enjoy life in full swing. Embrace the freedom to do whatever you want, whenever you want.

Wake up in Vanuatu.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

Chantillys on the Bay

Situated on Fatumaru Bay overlooking the harbour, 5km from the International Airport and only a 5 minute walk from the centre of town. Chantilly's is conveniently located for all your needs.

Our rooms have modern decor and offer unforgettable views across the harbour from private balconies. All rooms contain Air conditioning and ceiling fans, Satellite TV, direct dial phones, broadband Internet connections, hairdryers, iron and ironing board, kitchen facilities, baby cots and baby sitting services available.

Tilly's restaurant and bar is open from 7am till late everyday. Specialising in Tapas, full a la carte menu, specials, snacks and kids menus also available. Our bar has an extensive selection of wines, beers and cocktails. Dine in seasonal air-conditioned comfort, alfresco pool side, on the balcony or a romantic dinner for two on our jetty watching the spectacular sunset.


Ramada Resort by Wyndham

Ramada Resort by WYNDHAM Port Vila is a recently built full service beachfront resort nestled on the cliffs of Erakor Lagoon, just a few minutes from downtown Port Vila. Offering 80 self-contained apartments with panoramic lagoon views, this premier resort caters to couples looking for a quality getaway, families and conferences and retreats. Ramada Resort by Wyndham Port Vila is a member of Wyndham Hotel Group, the world's largest and most diverse hotel company with over 7000 hotels worldwide.

Much of the property has been cut into a steep cliff face overlooking the tranquil Erakor Lagoon. Taking on this engineering challenge was worth the effort as guests enjoy spectacular views across the water and the spacious apartment style rooms fit in perfectly with the natural surroundings. Catering perfectly to all markets, the location is absolute beachfront just five minutes from downtown Port Vila, but it feels like a "secret" spot offering space and tranquility.

The smooth lagoon waters are ideal for activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, paddle boarding and swimming and a daily program of activities to entertain adults and kids is also scheduled.u00a0 u00a0A variety of evening cultural shows such as fire dance, water music, cultural dances are planned throughout the week and weekends, making the resort very lively at night.


Barrier Beach Resort

Located on the beautiful island of Espiritu Santo is an architect designed, absolute Beachfront Resort waiting for you. Barrier Beach Resort promises a luxurious relaxed atmosphere to use as your base for exploring the many delights that Santo has to offer or for relaxing on the Beach with a Cocktail listening to the soothing sounds of the ocean.

Spacious Fare's look out over the sea, where offshore islands and a coral reef create a natural barrier to the ocean. Sundecks stretch over the sand and provide plenty of places to take in the view, relax in the sun or leave your towels while enjoying year round swimming.

Cook Islands

Welcome to the secret of the Pacific. Breathe in the fresh pure air. Wade into the cool, calm, blue lagoons. Let the untouched charm of these beautiful Cook Islands capture your spirit and hold your heart.

The 15 islands of the Cooks lie halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii, scattered like fragrant frangipani petals floating across 2.2 million square kilometres of a seductive, sensual ocean. Boasting rare beauty, an idyllic climate, warm welcoming people with the widest white smiles and a pace of life unsurpassed for peace: the Cook Islands is Paradise.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium

Experience Rarotonga's best beach resort. Slip off your watch, your shoes, your cares and immerse yourself in paradise at the renowned Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium on the island's best beach and crystal clear lagoon. Here you'll discover the Aro'a Lagoon Marine Reserve, a snorkeller's paradise and Rarotonga's best snorkelling spot where you can play with the jewel-coloured reef fish to your heart's content.

Join the resort's friendly Activities Team to hand-feed the fish, go on a Night Snorkelling Safari, paddle a vaka (outrigger), husk a coconut, dance the aura (hula), or make an ei (lei) all as part of the resort's wealth of complimentary activities.

When you're yearning for a true tropical island escape complete with warm sun, sand, sea, and the incomparable spirit of the South Seas the iconic Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium awaits you.

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Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort

Journey to Aitutaki, and discover why screen luminaries such as Marlon Brando, Cary Grant and John Wayne were all drawn here by such incomparable beauty. As the ONLY resort directly on the world's most beautiful lagoon, Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort is truly blessed.

This exclusive all-bungalow resort is also the ONLY private island resort in the Cook Islands and is the ONLY one to offer that invention of incurable romantics - the Overwater Bungalow. And it is the only resort on Aitutaki with a truly Polynesian flavour, so you can truly savour what the South Pacific is famous for.

Drink in the panoramic views of super-natural Aitutaki Lagoon from your own personal paradise, on your own private island, here at Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort.

Truly, deeply, madly breathtaking. And that indeed is the measure of a life well lived.

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Sanctuary Rarotonga - on the Beach

Indulge in Sanctuary Rarotonga-on the beach. This adults-only is absolute beachfront resort with a distinctive South Pacific ambience. Imagine stepping from your Beachfront Suite onto the secluded white sands of Aroa Beach, then into the crystal clear blue waters of Aroa Lagoon Marine Reserve to swim and snorkel among the jewel-coloured tropical fishes.

Set on the island's southwest coast renowned for its all-day sun, Sanctuary Rarotonga offers guests a stylish new swimming pool, swim-up bar and restaurant showcasing fine Pacific cuisine created using the freshest local produce.

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Samoa

Samoa is a postcard of natural beauty consisting of ten islands, each offering very distinct and different environments to explore. From the rainforest covered rugged volcanic mountain peaks of the two main islands to the vast valleys leading down to a coastline ringed with a necklace of white sandy beaches.

Within these lush green fertile valleys, grow banyan trees towering above the rainforest canopy which is full of tropical blooms and numerous varieties of vegetation. Cascading waterfalls dropping into rivers that cut jagged lines through the valley floor as they make their way to the ocean.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

Coconuts Beach Club Resort & Spa

Talofa and Welcome to Coconuts

Coconuts Beach Club Resort & Spa truly embodies all that is unique and wonderful about culturally-rich Samoa. Coconuts offers Samoan-inspired accommodation, including Samoa's only Over-the-Water Fales, and is ideally situated on Upolu's southern coast, boasting amazing sunrise and sunset views. There are no high rises, no phones, and no TV's. Perfectly located to explore all of the island's sites and experiences, Coconuts offers many of the facilities and services you would expect from a much larger resort, with the heart and soul of a small, intimate retreat. With a warm and friendly staff, and surrounded by a traditional village, Coconuts provides a true taste of Samoa.

Whether you are visiting for a Wedding or Honeymoon, a surf or dive adventure, a look into the ancient and exotic local culture, or a simple sun and sand holiday, Coconuts delivers a distinctive, relaxing, and casually elegant experience.

Coconuts truly is Samoa!

Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island offers all the things you love about the South Pacific, and a whole lot more. 

Around every bend you'll find a new surprise or twist that will make you rethink your notions of paradise. Our beaches are some of the Pacific's best, with impossibly clear waters sheltered by teeming coral reefs just a short swim from the sand. But you'll also discover moody cliffs where waterfalls tumble into the sea and dramatic headlands with views that go on forever. 

Our culture, too, is unlike any other in the Pacific, proudly weaving together the DNA of Bounty Mutineers and their Polynesian families. And as for food culture, we've been enjoying organic produce and paddock-to-plate dining long before it became "a thing". When it comes to nature, any ol'island can grow coconut trees. Our island is home to the tallest fern trees on the planet and towering pines that tickle the underbellies of passing clouds, while our lush forests and offshore islands are sanctuaries to some of the world's rarest birds.

Our South Pacific adventures are truly wild. Norfolk Island's fish-filled waters will have you reeling in the haul of a lifetime and our empty waves will take you back to a time when surfing had soul. If you prefer adventures on dry land, the Kingston UNESCO World Heritage Site will transport you back through some of the most punishing and daring chapters of Australian and South Pacific history. And right next door, our incredible golf course is the place where modern tales of heartbreak and triumph are born. 

What about that legendary South Pacific friendliness? Welcome to an island where our doors are rarely locked and our hearts are always open; a place where wandering cows have right of way, and everyone has time to stop and chat. Many visitors say that a holiday on Norfolk Island is like stepping back in time. We prefer to say it's like stepping into a better time.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

Aloha & Tudor Apartments

Aloha is located in the heart of Burnt Pine town centre, Norfolk's shopping and cafe9 district. It offers one and two bedroom apartments within walking distance of the supermarket, cafes, restaurants and clubs. It's popular with those who come for country, jazz and rock music festivals, bowling competitions, travellers in groups and families with children. Tudor is one of few accommodation properties located in town.

It comprises one and two bedroom apartments and a larger three bedroom unit. This property is situated within walking distance to restaurants and shops and is popular with those who prefer minimal driving. The main advantage of Tudor is its central location and affordable price.


Baunti Tours

Norfolk Island offers all the things you love about the South Pacific, and a whole lot more.

Around every bend you'll find a new surprise or twist that will make you rethink your notions of paradise. Our beaches are some of the Pacific's best, with impossibly clear waters sheltered by teeming coral reefs just a short swim from the sand. But you'll also discover moody cliffs where waterfalls tumble into the sea and dramatic headlands with views that go on forever.

Our culture, too, is unlike any other in the Pacific, proudly weaving together the DNA of Bounty Mutineers and their Polynesian families. And as for food culture, we've been enjoying organic produce and paddock-to-plate dining long before it became "a thing". When it comes to nature, any ol'island can grow coconut trees. Our island is home to the tallest fern trees on the planet and towering pines that tickle the underbellies of passing clouds, while our lush forests and offshore islands are sanctuaries to some of the world's rarest birds.

Our South Pacific adventures are truly wild. Norfolk Island's fish-filled waters will have you reeling in the haul of a lifetime and our empty waves will take you back to a time when surfing had soul. If you prefer adventures on dry land, the Kingston UNESCO World Heritage Site will transport you back through some of the most punishing and daring chapters of Australian and South Pacific history. And right next door, our incredible golf course is the place where modern tales of heartbreak and triumph are born.

What about that legendary South Pacific friendliness? Welcome to an island where our doors are rarely locked and our hearts are always open; a place where wandering cows have right of way, and everyone has time to stop and chat. Many visitors say that a holiday on Norfolk Island is like stepping back in time. We prefer to say it's like stepping into a better time.

Queenstown - New Zealand

Queenstown is one of New Zealand's most exciting destinations.

Surrounded by towering mountains, positioned on the edge of a lake, Queenstown is a hub of adventure, thrumming with adrenaline and an omnipresent sense of fun.

Queenstown sits on the shore of Lake Wakatipu among dramatic alpine ranges. It's rumoured that gold prospectors - captivated by the majestic beauty of the surrounding mountains and rivers - gave this now cosmopolitan town its name.

With a smorgasbord of outdoor activities, Queenstown is the home of the ultimate adventure bucket list. There's skiing from winter right through to spring, and activities such as bungy jumping, sky diving, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking and river rafting all year round. It is also a renowned cycling destination, providing everything from easy scenic tracks to backcountry trails, road rides to heli-biking and the Southern Hemisphere's only gondola accessed downhill mountain biking.

If hardcore adventure isn't your thing, there are plenty of mellow options available. Experience one of the many walking and hiking trails, sightseeing tours or indulge yourself with spa treatments, boutique shopping and excellent food and wine.

A popular holiday spot at any time of the year, Queenstown is renowned for its four distinctive seasons. Winter brings crisp, blue-sky days, spring retains the snow but blooms into longer, warmer days, summer offers sunshine and long twilights, and autumn a burst of brilliant red and gold.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

Queenstown House Luxury Lakeside Apartments

Acquired at the end of 2019 and fully refurbished to a high standard during 2020/21 we are proud to be able to offer our guests a collection of luxury apartments. Furnished with all the modern conveniences you would expect of an apartment, including the usual Queenstown House luxuries that our guests have come to expect from us. Situated opposite Omar Park with absolute lake and mountain views.

Absolute lake front location, you can now enjoy our fully refurbished luxury self-contained Apartments. Located just 2 minutes' walk from the centre of bustling Queenstown, with 5 luxurious apartments available.


Queenstown House Bed & Breakfast & Villa Apartments

Queenstown House Bed and Breakfast and Apartments is a stylish haven offering incredible elevated views of Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown Skyline. Just 200 metres from the centre of Queenstown. Discover a boutique collection of individually furnished GUEST ROOMS and spacious VILLA APARTMENTS.

Enjoy our delicious gourmet breakfast with a selection of home baked goods, seasonal fruits and A La Carte menu. Relax around the fire in the colder months in one of our guest lounges or enjoy the sunshine and mountain breezes on our deck or patio in the warmer months.

New Caledonia

Holidays in New Caledonia: one trip, many worlds.

Close to Australia, New Caledonia is like nowhere else: a lagoon registered on the Unesco world heritage list. A main island, Grande Terre, with spectacular natural scenery, a true adventure playground. Jaw-dropping islands will reveal the perfect combination of amazing landscapes and superb hospitality.

New Caledonia is also a land of welcome and authenticity where people and cultural influences blend in together, making your trip an unforgettable one.


Below Are Our Resorts In This Region.

Hotel Le Lagon

Ideally located in the heart of Noumeas tourist area Hotel Le Lagon is situated 100m from beaches, restaurants and shops.

Hotel Le Lagon is characterised by the quality of its modern facilities, its comfort and its excellent service, as well as the variety of free activities and services offered to its guests, all of which add up to make your stay in New Caledonia, a delightful experience.

Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands

A scattered archipelago of some 900-odd richly forested mountainous islands and lowlying coral atolls, the Solomon Islands has been attracting international tourism since 1568 when Spanish explorer Alvaro de Mendana first sailed into this tucked away corner of the South Pacific.

Mendana's legacy can still be found in the Solomon Islands today with many of the islands still bearing the Spanish names he gave them - Santa Isabel, San Cristobal and perhaps the most famous of all, Guadalcanal, the name synonymous with World War II which takes its name from a small township in Andalucia in southern Spain.

But for the most part the Solomon Islands and their quiet, reserved people a mix of Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian cultures - were left pretty much alone after Mendana's visit until 300 years later when Great Britain was given control of the entire territory.

Things changed dramatically during World War II and the Solomon Islands became a household name when the forces of Imperial Japan invaded, the region becoming the scene for some of the bloodiest battles in the Pacific theatre and most famously the battle of Guadalcanal when thousands of Japanese and US servicemen lost their lives.

The British re-gained control in 1945 and in 1976, the Solomon Islands became self-governing before gaining full independence in 1978.

Little has changed in the Solomon Islands since then and it's thanks to this that the Solomon Islands have become such a breath takingly fresh destination for those international travellers hardy enough to get off the beaten track and look for a new and very different experience.

Today World War II buff's and veterans and their families mostly American and Japanese SCUBA divers and surfers looking for the ultimate uncrowded wave, make up the bulk of the 25,000 or so international travellers who visit every year.

But the destination is fast attracting a brand new breed of travellers from around the world - family groups, honeymooners, sports fishermen, yachties, culture-lovers and simply those looking to make their own tracks.

The newly emerging, multi-faceted Solomon Islands can pretty much cater to every taste, desire and budget with its myriad choice of accommodation from the 'big gun' hotels of the capital Honiara to boutique resort accommodation, eco-lodges and home-stays dotted across the entire archipelago.

Best of all, and quite a surprise for many travellers, the Solomon Islands are very easy to reach it takes less than three hours to reach the Solomon Islands capital Honiara from Brisbane flying a sleek Solomon Airlines Airbus A-320 complete with full on-board service.

Welkam to the Solomon Islands. www.visitsolomons.com.sb