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The world's least populated capital, set on an island of renowned scenic beauty.
Rich in culture and heritage, surrounded by rainforests and a waterfall emptying into a volcanic crater.
A gateway to many of the world's most isolated communities and home to stunning coral reefs.
This tourist-friendly town offers many water-based activities and is surrounded by a vast barrier reef.
A tranquil tropical island where you can relax on golden beaches and explore lush natural landscapes.
A place of stunning natural scenery, with colorful coral reefs, abundant marine life and quaint villages.
An area of esteemed natural beauty home to many unique attractions showcasing local heritage.
An island full of natural wonders and tranquil scenery, with clear waters popular for water sports.
A hidden gem, this secluded island has a stunning coastline, clear waters and spectacular natural scenery.
Known as one of the world's best paradise islands thanks to its peaceful beaches and idyllic landscapes.
Home to the world's largest accessible shipwreck, as well as many fine beaches and beautiful clear waters.
A popular island for outdoor activities, with diverse landscapes and high mountains offering stunning views.
A paradise island with unique local heritage, spectacular sights to see and beautiful beaches to relax on.
An island abounding in wildlife and natural beauty completely untouched by man.
A lively and westernized city with scenic surroundings, home to modern attractions and vibrant nightlife.
Famous for its stunning beaches, gorgeous coral reefs and nearby islands with unspoilt landscapes.
A tourist-friendly capital with a popular waterfront lined with restaurants, bars and local markets.
A capital city offering energetic nightlife, local markets, cultural landmarks and spectacular scenery.
Known for its diverse and unspoilt landscapes, as well as its many immaculate beaches.
Best known for its spectacular natural scenery, offering visitors an escape from the busy urban life.
A city rich in military history home to many Japanese tunnels and shipwrecks from World War II.
Known as one the world's top diving spots, Rangiroa's many atolls feature colorful reefs and clear lagoons.
The coral reefs surrounding this large island make it especially popular with scuba divers and snorkellers.
Explore the island's natural wonders by hiking or on horseback then head to the coast for water sports.
A tourist destination off the beaten track with dazzling beaches, water sports and a peaceful atmosphere.