Category: Oceania

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Nggatokae, Solomon Islands

Climate and Weather of Nggatokae, Solomon Islands

The climate of Nggatokae Nggatokae belongs to the New Georgia Islands of the Western Province of the Solomon Islands. The island consists of an elaborate volcano that is 887 meters high. There are a...

Types of Tourism in Tonga

Types of Tourism in Tonga

SURFING In the period from April to November, a stable southeast trade wind prevails on the islands, which forms fairly high waves off the coast of the islands. This is the best time for...

Types of Tourism in Papua New Guinea

Types of Tourism in Papua New Guinea

Diving Papua New Guinea is one of the world’s recognized centers for diving. The coastal waters of the country abound with coral reefs, most of which have not yet been affected by human activity...

Types of Tourism in Palau

Types of Tourism in Palau

DIVING First of all, diving enthusiasts come to Palau, because the country’s underwater world is considered one of the richest in the world. The coastal waters of the Republic of Palau are home to...

Types of Tourism in New Zealand

Types of Tourism in New Zealand

BEACH HOLIDAYS The sea swimming season on the North Island lasts from November to April, and on the South Island – only from December to March. The most popular trio of New Zealand beaches...

Types of Tourism in Micronesia

Types of Tourism in Micronesia

DIVING The Federated States of Micronesia is primarily known for its colorful underwater world and endless diving opportunities. Diving is possible here all year round, but the best conditions are observed from December to...

Types of Tourism in Fiji

Types of Tourism in Fiji

DIVING The Fiji archipelago is surrounded by coral reefs that are among the largest in the world. Fiji is considered the “soft coral capital of the world”. There is a huge variety of soft...

Types of Tourism in Australia

Types of Tourism in Australia

BEACH HOLIDAYS The main place for a beach holiday is the Gold Coast (Gold Coast), located between Sydney and Brisbane. The almost 40-kilometer sandy beach attracts not only Australians, but also many European connoisseurs...

Tongariro National Park

New Zealand Attractions

Tongariro National Park The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tongariro National Park in the heart of the North Island is a spectacular mountainous area with three active volcanoes, Tongaririo, Ngauruhoe and the 2797 m high Mount...

Australia - Types of Vegetation

Australia – Types of Vegetation

The brush corresponds to the tropical and subtropical forest. It is found in moist, sheltered and rich soils, in the coastal area and in the tables of eastern Australia and reaches its greatest development in Queensland...

Australia Demographics 2000

Australia Demographics 2000

Population State included entirely in the southern hemisphere, between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The population of the Australia it remains very limited in relation to the vast extension of the available...

New Zealand Politics

New Zealand Politics and Law

Unions The umbrella organization for 27 of the more than 40 individual trade unions is the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi (NZCTU), which was founded in 1987. Despite some successes...

New Zealand Culture

New Zealand Overview

Geography and demography Capital city: Wellington Area: 268,021 km2 (Denmark 43,000 km2) Population: 4,817 million (2017) Language: English (96.1%), Maori (3.7%), NZ Sign Language (0.5%) Population: 74 pct. European origin, 14.9 per cent. Māori,...