The longest journey that we can make. That's what Oceania offers us. Set off for Oceania. Fly half way around the world and land in a country which is largely uninhabited, as is the case in Australia or New Zealand. Or discover an island, so far away, that you wonder at the tranquility and seclusion amidst the middle of the ocean. Australia is the land of Aboriginal culture, a space which contrasts the vibrant cosmopolitan life of Sydney or Melbourne with sparse deserts, first crossed by the forefathers of the country, guided by the sacred chant that they were taught by their ancestors. A place inhabited by animals which are impossible to find outside of the country, like kangaroos, or koalas. Nearby, New Zealand has more sheep than humans! The North Island seethes with the might of its volcanoes, the South Island is divided by an impressive mountain range, with Mount Cook at the centre. According to legend, the peak was formed by the frozen body of Polynesian explorers who were shipwrecked nearby, rowing from a far away reef. The people of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia have cultural traits similar to those of the Maori people of New Zealand.