There's something incredibly decadent about being able to play blackjack in the waters of a tropical paradise.
A mud bath, a Zumba class and a rare flower help make this cruise unforgettable.
Sparkling seas, a deserted but luxurious beach hut, swimming on horseback on a beach paradise all to yourself.
Emma gets covered in mud and Ben gets covered in nail varnish.
It's a short and friendly flight to one of the happiest places on earth, but it could be a bit dull of you don't BYOD.
It's best known as a tropical island paradise, but the food is another attraction.
It's not just the 82 beautiful islands that make this Pacific nation ideal, it's the locals.
Vanuatu was recently devastated by Cyclone Pam, and as a country so reliant on tourism, it depends heavily upon foreign visitors to get back on its feet.
Closer to Australia than Fiji and a favourite with cruise ships and families, there are adventure and cultural experiences in abundance across this archipelago of 83 islands. Malekula is the island to explore traditional customs, while the largest island, Espiritu Santo, offers world-class underwater activities and beautiful white-sand beaches. Tanna offers an opportunity to get up close with a live volcano.