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.
Ratua Private Island

Santo is the largest island in Vanuatu and boasts world class diving sites like SS President Coolidge, the world-famous Champagne Beach, turquoise blue holes and welcoming friendly people. Further north are the Banks and Torres islands, renowned for their enormous coconut crabs and giant turtles.

Hidden within the pristine islands of Espiritu Santo , Vanuatu , is a little island paradise known as Ratua Island Resort & Spa.

It offers luxury eco-tourism, spa opportunities and is a unique South Pacific venue for conferences, weddings, honeymoons and family holidays.

Accommodation includes 13 hand crafted 200 year old Indonesian villas in classic Teak Wood and 3 luxury African Marquees in private beach settings. All eclectically furnished and styled with antiques.

Ratua offers a unique and magical Pacific experience combined with charming authentic character making this destination appealing to passionate adventurers and naturelovers.


White Grass Ocean Resort & Spa

Tanna Island languishes in the blue waters of the South Pacific, and is one of the southern most islands of the Vanuatu archipelago. Stunning White Grass Ocean Resort is a haven for even the most weary traveller, as a guest can stay in this idyllic location to laze away many hours under a shady palm or take a dip in the sea.

White Grass Ocean Resort has 15 south-sea island style bures, set in magnificent tropical gardens andsited to take best advantage of the stunning ocean and sunset vistas.

Popular with travellers wishing to indulge inexperiencing the real face of Vanuatu, White Grass Ocean Resort, boasts a recently renovated restaurant andguest lounge with sweeping sea views.

As well as myriad of in house activities beingavailable, an extensive touring range offers adventure options such as 4WD safaris from the resort to traditional villages unchanged for centuries, tocrystal clear waterfalls, and black sand beaches or for those wishing to seemother nature at her best... to the awesome Mt Yasur volcano... just to name a few.

As the signature resort on Tanna, White Grass OceanResort offers the perfect base for both relaxation and adventure. 4 nights is recommended to explore thisparadise.

Solomon Islands

BELOW ARE OUR RESORTS IN THIS REGION.
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