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02
March, 2017
By Linda Gutekunst

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit The Cook Islands

cook island water activities
Maybe you have heard of the small island nation known as the Cook Islands through one of our previous blog posts or seen it on a reality television show, or perhaps the Cook Islands are somewhere you have never even heard of until now. Regardless of where you sit on the spectrum, the Cook Islands are a destination you should familiarize with and add to your bucket list of "Places To See" because the Cooks are a destination not to be missed.
26
February, 2017
By Margaret Ybarra

Top 5 Must Do Fiji Activities

Fiji Waterfall Adventure
When traveling to far off destinations it's important to plan your itinerary in advance to ensure that you are able to make the most of your time and see everything on your list. Don't have a list yet? We can help with that!
06
February, 2017
By Margaret Ybarra

Top 6 Romantic Travel Destinations

romantic-getaway

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner it’s the perfect time to think about a last minute romantic getaway for you and your love. Here are our top 10 destinations to visit for a romantic getaway for two.

31
January, 2017
By Margaret Ybarra

2017 Travel Trends

Travel Packing Items 2017
With 2017 already off to a quick start it’s time to start daydreaming about travel – where your next vacation will be, what the hottest destinations are and what experiences you want to have next. To get you started here are our travel predictions and trends for 2017:
02
January, 2017
By Margaret Ybarra

Top 12 International Travel Tips from the Experts

International Travel Tips from the Experts

 

One of the perks of being a travel agent is the ability to travel for both work and pleasure. While traveling for work we are researching new resorts and destinations for our clients, or visiting old favorites to experience renovations, additions and upgrades to properties. We do this so that we know exactly what travel tips to provide and what the best experiences are for you as our clients.

20
December, 2016
By Margaret Ybarra

Top 5 Reasons Why Fiji Should be your Next Vacation Destination

Fiji Should be your Next Vacation Destination

 

Americans have an average of 14 vacation days per year, making it that much more important to plan your vacations and the destinations in which to spend them wisely.

You want to think about the goal of your vacation; do you want adventure, a romantic getaway, to enjoy new experiences or maybe to simply relax? Maybe you want all of these things? If so, then we have the destination for you!

18
December, 2016
By Linda Gutekunst

Top 9 Things to Experience in French Polynesia...other than the beach

canoe breakfast being delivered
The island of Tahiti is the largest of the 118 islands that comprise French Polynesia. Known as “The Island of Love,” Tahiti is well known for it's beautiful beaches and sweeping ocean views. But there is much more to this island than relaxing on the sand. 
07
November, 2016
By Margaret Ybarra

Real Wedding Story | A Fiji Destination Wedding at Matangi Private Island

Fiji Destination Wedding at Matangi Private Island
It is easy to get caught up in the day to day, hectic schedules and fast pace of life. Sometimes it takes a reminder, like a Fiji Destination Wedding, to realize how small this world actually is and to slow down for a moment and say WOW!  Recently we helped a beautiful couple plan their wedding in Fiji (yes...we not only offer full-service travel experiences but also destination wedding planning!) to celebrate their nuptials at Matangi Private Island, little did we know that our connection with them would grow even stronger.
20
October, 2016
By Linda Gutekunst

Solomon Islands Medical Mission

Solomon Islands Medical Mission Group

South Seas Adventures has been working closely with the Loloma Foundation since it's inception 15 years ago. The non-profit's mission is to serve the Pacific Islands with sustainable medical and dental care, providing services that would otherwise be unattainable for the remote village communities that they serve.