Best time to go to Oceania
With boundaries stretching from Southeast Asia to Hawaii, Oceania incorporates Australasia and is in the southern hemisphere when it comes to seasonal variations – with more tropical climes the further north you go. Winter falls between June to August with summer from December through to February. Aside from the seasons, other factors need to be taken into account if you're looking for the best time to go to Australasia and Oceania as from swimming with humpback whales in Tonga to knowing when stingers congregate around the Great Barrier Reef, this maybe the world's smallest continent but it still requires a very big calendar.
Is summer the best time to see dolphins in Fiji or New Zealand? How will Australia's festivals impact on your travel plans? When can you expect to hear the mating call of a cicadabird in the Solomon Islands? And which regions are affected by cyclones? Research should be part and parcel of a travelling experience and lets you work out a best time for Australia and Oceania holidays that's personal to you.
Month by month guide to visiting Oceania
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