Last year almost 1.2 million Australians travelled to Indonesia for their holiday – most of them landing in Denpasar Airport for a Bali break. Bali is so close to Australia and it is still such a “good value” holiday destination that Australians can’t resist contacting Hoot Holidays to book a Bali adventure.
It’s where Thailand meets Africa. And it is the ultimate escape for couples wanting to get off the beaten track and get some serious holiday bragging rights.
Seminyak is the home to glitz and glamour in Bali. You will find amazing food, designer high-end brands, and cool beach bars on just about every corner.
A decade ago shopping in Bali was all about the markets. In fact, there wasn’t much to choose from apart from markets.
Those ubiquitous and endless stalls specialised in Bintang singlets, football jumpers, cheap knock-off handbags, DVDs and CDs, and $5 c...
Only got a day in Ubud? Here’s how to fit it all in Ubud sits right in the heart of the island of Bali. It is Bali’s cultural compass and in 2010 prominent magazine Conde Nast Traveler voted it as Asia’s best city destination.
Vanuatu versus Fiji. What’s the difference? That’s the question customers want to be answered when it comes to South Pacific holiday destinations.
You’re guaranteed a good holiday if you follow the flavour trail. Here is a list of classic Vanuatu dishes and drinks - and where to find them.
Need a holiday? Can’t find the right destination? Then take a look at this checklist of reasons to visit Vanuatu and discover why it is one of the best holiday destinations in the South Pacific.
Welcome to To Sua, the world’s most beautiful swimming spot. It’s a big statement to call something the world’s best, but To Sua more than rises to the challenge. Firstly, it is one of the most photographed spots in Samoa. And when you add your image to the 5000-plus shots on Instagram, please make sure you tag us #hootholidays To Sua is located on the south-east coast of Upolu Island, near the village of Lotofaga. Upolu is also home to Apia, the capital of Samoa.
All science experiments should involve savagely spouting water and coconuts. Yes, that’s right, coconuts. The Alofaaga Blowhole has been described as the most spectacular on Earth. And it’s hard to argue with that description. Visitors cheer with delight as strong waves surge through lava tubes to cause repeated geyser-like eruptions into the air.