South Pacific Tour: A Photo Journal by Jonathan Hodgson

On a recent South Pacific tour, our group was led by Jonathan Hodgson, one of Adventures Abroad’s most popular and experienced tour leaders. Anyone who has travelled with him will know that he is as passionate about photography as he is about travel. Luckily for us, he also decided to share  some of his favourite images from his recent South Pacific Odyssey, tour code MCSP. The best ways to follow him are on Instagram (OWILYBUG) or like his Facebook page:

South Pacific Photo Journal – Jonathan Hodgson

By Adventures Abroad   60 countries in 7 years of tour leading, Jonathan Hodgson is a beloved tour leader and an incredible photographer. View more photos  on Facebook or Instagram (OWILYBUG).
  • Rock Islands, Palau

    By Adventures Abroad Explored by boat or by air, the Rock Islands are limestone islets rich in marine and coral life rising stunningly from the Pacific.
  • Fish at Central Market in Honiara, Solomon Islands

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  • To Sua Ocean Trench, Solomon Islands

    By Adventures Abroad Must be seen to be believed! This all-natural swimming hole is located in the village of Lotofaga (population: 1,089) on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa.
  • Idyllic beach on the island of Upolu, Samoa

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  • Centenary Church, Nuku’alofa, Tonga

    By Adventures Abroad A visit to this conservative Christian country isn’t complete without a visit to Centenary Church to hopefully catch a glimpse of the royal family including Tupou VI, the King of Tonga.
  • Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands

    By Adventures Abroad Just a snapshot of life in paradise, taken on the west side of Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands
  • Yasur Volcano, Tanna, Vanuatu

    By Adventures Abroad A once in a lifetime experience! After traveling to the summit by 4WDs, walk right up to the rim of the world’s most accessible active volcano located in one of the most unspoilt places on earth.
  • Local villager, Vanuatu

    By Adventures Abroad In Vanuatu, we have several chances to encounter local people and learn about ancient traditions of the islanders and their way of life.
  • Greeting by Vanuatu warriors

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  • Central Market, Honiara, Solomon Islands

    By Adventures Abroad Local man selling cords of wood in the central market.
  • Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, Manila

    By Adventures Abroad With 17,206 graves, it has the most graves of ANY cemetery worldwide for U.S. personnel killed during WWII and the dramatic setting has views of Laguna de Bay and towards the distant mountains.
  • WWII plane, Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands

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  • Stone Monoliths, Babeldaob, Palau

    By Adventures Abroad Palau’s largest island is a mysterious place shielding enigmatic archaeological highlights such as mysterious terraced hillsides, Stone Monoliths, and the Stone Faces of Ngerchelong.
  • Belau National Museum, Palau

    By Adventures Abroad The oldest museum in Micronesia has indoor and outdoor exhibits from all eras of Palauan life, including artworks, photography, sculpture.
Serra Hughes

About Serra Hughes

Serra Hughes has been working for Adventures Abroad since 2005 as both a tour leader and an in-house Destination Specialist.

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