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Recent Blog Posts

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. Read about our involvement and passion for this amazing mission.
10
October, 2016
By Margaret Ybarra

Four Fabulous Experiences in Tahiti

Four Fabulous Experiences in Tahiti - Underwater Adventure
Traveling to new destinations is the perfect excuse to get outside of your comfort zone and try new things. Whether it's a unique cultural experience, dining experience, adventure or simply taking in the sights - these types of experiences will create the memories you will cherish long after your departure. With over 100 islands Tahiti is full of new experiences...here are our four of our favorites.
20
September, 2016
By Margaret Ybarra

7 Must See Overwater Bungalows

The Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa
There is no better way to spend a tropical vacation than in an overwater bungalow. Perched above the water on stilts overwater bungalows provide you with your own private villa with direct access to the beautiful, warm, crystal clear waters below.
16
August, 2016
By Linda Gutekunst

Top 5 Resorts In The Cook Islands

Little Polynesia Cook Islands
Anyone who has visited the Cook Islands can tell you that it's one of the most stunningly beautiful group of islands on the planet. Check out our top 5 resort picks!
20
July, 2016
By Margaret Ybarra

Fijian Lovo Recipe

Traditional Fijian Lovo Dinner
In Fiji, the traditional way of cooking your meals was cooking them underground oven. This method of cooking is called a lovo. Today, lovo feasts are saved for for special occasions in the village and are regularly served at resorts to share a little bit of Fijian culture with travelers. In a lovo, all the food is prepared then placed in an underground oven and slow cooked for hours. The tradition is much like the New Zealand "Hangi" and is Fiji's version of barbecue.