The tropical climate means warm and humid weather four tourists all year round with an average temperature of 25 degrees. The summer, occurring from November to April, is the warmer and more humid wet season, and is characterized with heavy rainstorms. Keep in mind that tropical storm season is within the wet season, from November to March.
US and Australian dollars are widely accepted throughout the Pacific Islands, however you will need to exchange some of this for local currency. Local businesses, markets and tour guides may only accept local currency. Below is a guide to the most visited countries in the Pacific Islands.
Cook Islands: Cook Islands dollar
Fiji: Fijian dollar (FJD)
Hawaii: U.S dollar (USD)
Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinean kina (PGK)
Samoa: Tala (WST)
Solomon Islands: Solomon Islands dollar (SBD)
Tonga: Pa'anga (TOP)
Vanuatu: Vanuatu vatu (VUV)
Christianity is the primary religion, and the Catholic and Mormon faith are also practiced widely throughout the Pacific Islands.
Couples will love
The incredible snorkeling locations the Pacific Islands have to offer. Experience an underwater haven with your loved one and take up the once in a lifetime opportunity to snorkel. If that doesn't tickle your fancy, couples will love the trip back on their luxury cruise ship offering delicious wine and treats.
Best time to go
The ideal time to visit is during the clear, dry Winter months of May to November.