Melanesia

Melanesia is a region of Oceania. Melanesia consists of the following small island nations: And the tiny Australian territory of: The large nation of Papua New Guinea and its neighbor West Papua are also usually considered part of Melanesia, both culturally and historically speaking, but are covered in separate articles.
Popular destinations: Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia

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Fiji is a Melanesian country in the South Pacific Ocean. It lies about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand and consists …
Popular destinations: Nadi, Taveuni and Kadavu
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New Caledonia is a dependent overseas territory of France lying in the western Pacific Ocean, in the Coral Sea, to the east of Australia and west of Vanuatu.
Popular destinations: Bourail, Nouméa and Isle of Pines
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Vanuatu is an archipelago nation consisting of 83 islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean, north of New Zealand and east of Australia.
Popular destinations: Luganville, Port-Vila and Espiritu Santo
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The Solomon Islands are a South Pacific archipelago east of Papua New Guinea. They occupy a strategic location on sea routes between the South Pacific Ocean, the Solomon Sea, and the Coral Sea.
Popular destinations: Honiara, Rennell and Bellona and Guadalcanal
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