The South Pacific, a delightful package of pleasant surprises, includes Fiji, Cook Islands, Vanuatu, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Norfolk Island, New Caledonia, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and Rarotonga. The Fiji Islands, one of the most important destinations in the South Pacific, are famous for coral islands, rainforests, island beach resorts, and traditional villages. Perfect for island hopping, backpacking, and cruising, these islands are very popular. The Cook Islands are famous for traditional island dances, fine handicrafts, laid back island lifestyles, and caves and cliffs. The Aitutaki atoll, with its fantastic lagoon, has resorts, guesthouses, and beach bungalows. Tourists are attracted to Samoan Islands for waterfalls and the rainforest on Savaii, the scuba diving blue hole at Palolo, the traditional life on Manono, the archaeological monuments, and the Taga Blowholes. Tonga offers feasting on Tongan cuisine, whale watching, and diving. Tahitian visitors will find fantastic lagoons, dramatic scenery, colorful nightlife, remote coral atolls, archaeological sights, and fine handcrafts.