Oceania consists of 14 independent countries, the most famous of which are Australia, New Zealand and French Polynesia. Australia is full of incredible natural beauties such as Outback, Uluru, the Gold Coast and the famous Great Barrier Reef. On the other hand, New Zealand attracts nature lovers and adrenaline enthusiasts of all kinds - you can do almost any extreme sport here!

Guide to Australia
Australia is a huge country - bigger than all the countries of Western Europe combined. The diverse landscape, the friendly locals, the incredible vastness implies that there is something for every traveler, from just drinking Melbourne - coffee - to watching the sunset over the beautiful Ayers Rock - Uluru. Basic information about Australia Tourist visa Visa required more information All year round The weather is suitable for travel all year round more about the weather Australian Dollar The rate is around 17 CZK for 1 AUD more information Tickets from CZK 26,000 Price of a ticket from Prague more information Why Australia Whether you are looking for an escape from the city, a unique cultural experience, adrenaline fun, contact with natural or social events, you will find everything in Australia.
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Guide to New Zealand
New Zealand, Maori Aotearoa, is a state in the southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean, Pacific. It consists of two large islands, North and South, and other smaller islands. The nearest neighboring state is about 2000 km from Australia. Basic information about New Zealand Tourist visa For a stay of up to 6 months no visa, but NZeTA registration more information December to March Optimal months for travel.
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