Adventure Tours in the South Pacific
"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever."
- Jacques Yves Cousteau
Paddling emerald waters teeming with sea life and walking mysterious, jungle-covered island trails to refreshing waterfalls are among the diverse delights of Boundless Journeys’ award-winning small-group adventures in the South Pacific. The remoteness of these island nations from the larger landmasses has created unique environments harboring equally unique wildlife – like the famed stingless jellyfish in Palau.
Indigenous cultural traditions continue to influence these islands, and Boundless Journeys’ expert local guides introduce you to the South Pacific way of life with the openness and laid-back style you’d expect from those lucky enough to live in this natural paradise. Our accommodation choices evoke the best attributes of the region, whether they be a fantastic beach resort, a shoreside eco-lodge, or a deluxe camping site on a pristine beach in Palau’s Rock Islands.
Ready to Take the Next Step?
Each Boundless Journeys adventure is different, so please call our expert trip advisors at 800-941-8010, to help choose the adventure that is just right for you. You may also Request A Call or use our Contact Form.
Our tours often fill months in advance, and our maximum group size is smaller than most tour operators. Ready to reserve? Reserve a trip now.
The trip was more than words could ever describe. It was a once in a lifetime experience for sure and being by ourselves was so much more than we could have ever hoped. Ron was an awesome guide and I would definitely recommend him to anyone. He was so friendly and knowledgeable that he made an already wonderful experience even better. Can’t wait for our next year's trip!
- Jason Georgie, Palau
"The Boundless Journeys trip to kayak and snorkel through Palau is the best gift I could give myself and my spirit. The crew were experts and I will forever marvel at the abundance and diversity of marine habitats there – a marine Garden of Eden."
- Denise Franz King, Palau: Oceania Odyssey