Guest post: written by the amazing travel blogger Nicole from High Style Life!
"If you are looking for a perfect place to spend your holiday, head to the Pacific Ocean islands. Sun-kissed waters and vast wildlife will leave you enchanted. Whether travelling with friends, a partner or going on a holiday with children, you will find these islands perfect.
Vanuatu is the place to go if you are seeking a holiday full of adventure. You can go surfing, stand up paddle boarding, scuba diving and have the unique opportunity to dive on shipwrecks. Locals are really friendly and fluent in English and French, be sure to engage in their arts and crafts making process.
There are 10 Samoa islands you need to check out, Lalomanu beach is particularly amazing and you'll have the time of your life. There are mountains if you feel like climbing and the local villages brimming with flowers and are totally romantic.
New Caledonia is the hidden gem of the Pacific and is often called the Paris of the Pacific due to its history and culture. Locals are fluent in French and have many native languages but you'll be able to communicate with them in English. You can try out windsurfing, visit Anse Vata (the favourite beach among both locals and tourists) swim in the perfect waters and enjoy some of the most amazing sunsets you have ever seen.
Rapa Nui or Easter Islands are famous for the tall carved figures. If you like archaeology you will enjoy your stay at this picturesque place. Ahu Tongariki is the place to visit if you feel like exploring the figures with a magnificent view of the islands; or go to Rano Raraku situated at a volcanic crater which you can enjoy by the lake.
Those of you who are thinking of having a romantic holiday should definitely visit Tupai. This heart shape island is perfect for spending an intimate holiday with your beloved one, especially for diving and swimming in translucent waters.
Movie lovers will love to visit the famous Marlon Brando’s island of Tetiaroa. The island is completely eco-friendly and visiting it helps the community promote their values and protect the environment. Be sure to try out scuba diving and get to see the magnificent wildlife.''