info@ceoworld.biz
Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Business Travel

Best Places To Visit In Australia And The Pacific, 2020

Australia on atlas world map

Australia is truly a land of dreams. It has everything to attract the tourists, right from low airfare to the stunning beaches, magnificent landscapes to museums and botanical gardens, coral reefs, and lush rainforests to adventurous activities. Its smallest city is worth giving a visit.

Considering various aspects, we have compiled the best 5 places to visit in Australia and the Pacific which are mentioned below:

  1. South Island, New Zealand
    Well-renowned for immense mountains, glorious lakes, and glaciers, South Island is a great place to take a break to, offering various interesting things to do. If you are willing for nature’s getaway, head towards the Blue Pools Track that takes you through the ages-old trees forwarding to a stunning view over the waters. Don’t miss jumping from its swinging bridge for some adventure. For adventurous sports like bungee jumping and skiing, Queenstown is a go-to place and Abel Tasman National Park for ocean kayaking. Lake Tekapo is an unparalleled place for a peaceful night and stargazing. Don’t miss the famous and most snapped tree in Lake Wanaca having the Southern Alps in the backdrop. For some serenity, Milford Sound is an unmissable place that houses rainforests, waterfalls, fur seal colonies, penguins, and dolphins.
  2. Tahiti
    Unlike other tourist places, Tahiti is a lot more than just stunning island views. Huge magnificent mountains and lush green forests are a perfect backdrop for your photographs. The stunning waterfalls are cool to look at. The place gives you enormous options to dive and snorkel, and swim with whales. Tahiti’s south group of islands, the Austral Islands, is perfect for some whale action. For a unique romantic getaway and sizzling photographs, opt for those thatched-roof stilt houses over waters. Some are even with glass floors to enable you to look at the bright fishes swim. For your taste buds, you can try a fusion of the European and Pacific culinary options like traditional French fare, Asian-influenced Chow Mein, etc. Its mountainous terrains and hiking trails attract adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.3. Sydney
    If you’re a beach lover, this is heaven for you, as this place features over 100 beaches. Bondi Beach, Marley Beach, Shelly Beach, and Palm Beach are the leading ones. Don’t miss the outdoor experiences it offers like climbing the Sydney Harbor Bridge, whale watching by speed boat, rollercoaster zip-lining, road trips, kayaking, canyoning, scuba diving, and parasailing. Well, the list is endless. Apart from being beautiful, Sydney is also the most multicultural capital city in Australia and houses vibrant and diverse communities. The city offers a wide array of culinary options in its upscale restaurants.4. Great Barrier Reef
    The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is the world’s largest coral reef system that houses approximately one-third of the world’s secured marine life. Spread over 1800 miles off the east coast of Queensland, the reef is so vast that it can be seen from outer space that truly makes it a natural wonder. You can do various interesting activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming with whales, sky diving, fishing, taking a tour of the reef in a submarine, taking a helicopter ride over the reef, hot air ballooning, and many more. This is an ultimate way to feel nature so closely which can be best explored during winters (June – August). You can reach here from four destinations- Cairns, Port Douglas, Hamilton Island, and the Whitsundays.

    5. Bora Bora

So, which place are you hopping on?


Here’s the latest list by the CEOWORLD magazine Rankings. Here’s what you’ve missed?
Highest Paying Creative And Media Jobs.
Highest Paying Business Jobs.
Highest Paying Engineering Jobs.
Highest Paying Primary And Secondary Education Jobs.

Ryan Miller

Ryan Miller

Global Assignment Editor
Ryan Miller is the Global Assignment Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He covers anything and everything related to CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals worldwide, whether lists or lifestyle, business or rankings. During his five-year tenure at CEOWORLD magazine, he has employed his expertise in data science across several roles. Ryan was previously responsible for data modelling and analytics, as well as secondary research, on the CEOWORLD magazine Custom Research team. He can be reached on email ryan-miller@ceoworld.biz. You can follow him on Twitter at @ceoworld.