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Our travel agents specialize in sending Canadians "Down Under".  Contact our experts for travel to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Islands, Tahiti and all the islands of the South Pacific.

Sydney, Australia


Jason Stratford
, an Australian with almost 20 years experience in South Pacific travel, heads up the division. Jason is at the highest level in his field, certified as a Premier Australia Specialist. His love and passion for both Australia and New Zealand will ensure that you return home with unforgettable memories and expectations met.

Annie Smits, a Tahiti Tiare specialist, says , "I firmly believe that everyone should go to Tahiti at least once in their lifetime - it is heaven on earth!"  Email her or phone her (604-605-5178) to discuss creating a trip of a lifetime.

Tara Kay, our Fiji expert, has visited the island several times and has earned numerous certificates of specialization on this marvelous country.  Email or phone her at 604-605-5188.  Check out Tara's bio on this website.

If you're tired of the same old vacations, give us a call so we can plan something unique for you in a region nothing short of paradise. For travel to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Islands, Tahiti, and all the islands of the glorious South Pacific, we have the ideas and we can make it easy for you. As in the corporate division, our South Pacific agents offer exceptional service and expertise, ensuring a trip that will be safe, interesting, and relaxing. With the help of our unique booking systems, airline contracts, and special deals, we provide everything you'll ever need to plan the trip of a lifetime.   
Call us or send us an E-mail today.

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