OCEANIA AT A GLANCE
From New Zealand’s mind-blowing natural beauty to Australia’s sizzling cities to the remote beaches of Fiji, some of our favorite remote destinations are surrounded by South Pacific Ocean, in a region also known as Oceania.
In New Zealand’s wide open landscapes, which are more populated by sheep than humans, you will feel a world away from home but never too far from civilization. A week of remote adventures like swimming with wild dolphins and exploring glaciers and black volcanic beaches by helicopter are best celebrated by sipping award-winning vintages just steps from the vineyards.
Australia is home to breathtaking natural wonders like the Great Barrier Reef, sacred Uluru, and the Twelve Apostles, but we also really love soaking up the art and cuisine in Melbourne and the big city culture in Sydney.
In Fiji we’re enchanted by the softest powdery sand on quiet beaches, the uninhabited islands that dot the seas and make us feel like we’ve stepped off the earth, and the impossibly remote luxury resorts with every amenity imaginable. This is the place for those seeking spare-no-expense luxury while hiding away in a private clifftop retreat.
WHERE TO GO IN OCEANIA WITH THE LEGACY UNTOLD
OCEANIA WITH THE LEGACY UNTOLD
Narrowing down the vast number of possibilities for adventure and experiential luxury in New Zealand, Australia, and Fiji make planning a trip challenging without knowledge of the destination. Let us design your dream trip for you.
PLANNING YOUR TRIP
WHEN TO GO
New Zealand and Australia sit in the Southern Hemisphere, so winter is from June – September and summer falls from December to March. Both are year-round destinations but the timing will affect the activities that are possible at the time of your trip.
Sydney and Auckland are both about a 12-hour direct flight from Los Angeles.
Fiji enjoys a tropical climate with a wet season from December to April that is hot and humid. July to September is the driest time to go, and also the most popular.