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Travelling to Oceania.

Are you preparing your trip to Oceania? Gulliway will help you to plan an interesting route and give you the best advice on exciting places and sights in Oceania. It also enables you to calculate your trip costs. We collect statistic data on trips to Oceania from our club’s members. It helps us to make recommendations on planning your journey. For instance: Why do tourists travel to Oceania? The most popular activities are Hot Air Ballooning, Spa, Resort and also Family Travel. Travellers go to Oceania from around the world, .

Few countries of Oceania, rich in lands and cultures, are the most interesting for tourists. . .

The map of Oceania

Oceania regions.

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    Geographically Oceania consists of the following countries and regions: Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Australasia.

    Cities of Oceania

    If you plan a trip to Oceania, pay special attention to Fremantle, Christchurch . The following cities are also popular - Maywood, Saint Petersburg, Leone.

    Routes and travel notes about Oceania.

    Start browsing routes database from here: All routes of Oceania. There is a special resource for means of transportation: Oceania transport . According to it, the most popular ways to travel to Oceania .

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    Do you want to read more about Oceania? Check, what Wikipedia knows about Oceania. Gulliway has a special source for travelling activities in Oceania. Our statistic says, the most popular travelling activities in Oceania are: Safari, Hot Air Ballooning, Spa, Resort, Family Travel, Shopping, Eco-tourism, Bird watching, Island vacations, Sightseeing, Historical Trip.


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    • The Wikipedia article about Oceania

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      Oceania (UK: /ˌsiˈɑːniə, ˌʃi-, -ˈn-/, US: /ˌʃiˈæniə/ (listen), /-ˈɑːn-/) is a geographic region that includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. Spanning the eastern and western hemispheres, Oceania has a land area of 8,525,989 square kilometres (3,291,903 sq mi) and a population of 40 million. Situated in the southeast of the Asia-Pacific region, Oceania, when compared to continental regions, is the smallest in land area and the second smallest in population after Antarctica.

      Definitions of Oceania vary; however, the islands at the geographic extremes of Oceania are generally considered to be the Bonin Islands, a politically integral part of Japan; Hawaii, a state of the United States; Clipperton Island, a possession of France; the Juan Fernández Islands, belonging to Chile; and Macquarie Island, belonging to Australia. (The United Nations has its own geopolitical definition of Oceania, but this consists of discrete political entities, and so excludes the Bonin Islands, Hawaii, Clipperton Island, and the Juan Fernández Islands, along with Easter Island.) Oceania has a diverse mix of economies from the highly developed and globally competitive financial markets of Australia and New Zealand, which rank high in quality of life and human development index, to the much less developed economies that belong to countries such as Kiribati and Tuvalu, while also including medium-sized economies of Pacific islands such as Palau, Fiji and Tonga. The largest and most populous country in Oceania is Australia, with Sydney being the largest city of both Oceania and Australia. In the 1950s Indonesia and Philippines were removed from Oceania and added to Asia; this resulted in Oceania as a "great division" of the world being replaced by the concept of the continent of Australia. In some countries (such as Brazil) however, Oceania is still regarded as a continent (Portuguese: continente) in the sense of "one of the parts of the world", and the concept of Australia as a continent does not exist.

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