Best time to go:
In the Pacific Islands the drier months are from approximately April to October. This time of year enjoys less humidity and pleasant temperatures for lounging on the beach, snorkelling, diving and hiking. Keep an eye out for the majestic Humpback whales in their natural habitat off the coast in Tonga and Niue.
While temperatures in the Pacific Islands are constant year-round, the warmer months of November to March can bring tropical showers and storms. During these wet months, get off the beaten path and see the many spectacular waterfalls in full flow.
Take the time to explore and discover as you make your way around the Pacific Islands. The standard left hand rule applies to driving in Samoa. When driving in Vanuatu the right hand rule applies. A current drivers licence from an English speaking country is required, drivers from other countries need an international driving permit.