The Pacific Region

The largest and deepest ocean with
approximately 25,000 islands, most in the South Pacific.
Seventeen independent nations are located in the Pacific:

Fiji
Japan
Kiribati
Marshall Islands
Micronesia
Nauru
New Zealand
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Phillipines
Samoa
Solomon Islands
Tonga
Tuvalua
Vanatu

Also within the Pacific are the U.S. state of Hawaii and several island territories including American Samoa and Guam.

More than 1,000 volcanoes and seamounts are in the South Pacific.

The first European to see the Pacific was the Spanish explorer Balboa, on 25 September 1513.
Early Explorer Magellan named it for its peaceful conditions he encountered when he traveled the Pacific Ocean.

Open iPacific Pacific Islands Photographic Map to try and put these islands in perspective. It is a huge water continent with islands often at great distances form each other.



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