The Pacific Islands of Oceania is a far vaster region than most know. It is a large chain of islands that covers thousands upon thousands of miles of ocean, stretching from the upper right of Australia, all the way to the Hawaiian Islands.
The Map of Oceania includes the three distinct cultural regions of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. The Marshall and Solomon islands, New Guinea, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Tahiti are all found within Oceania, whose diverse island people are a pan-cultural, multi-ethnic mélange, with deeply-rooted cultural traditions and mythologies, many which have kava kava at the root of them. (Pun intended.)
Oceania offers some of the most exotic island life on Earth. The swaying palm trees, volcanic landscapes, glistening sandy beaches, vast coral reefs, and indigenous native cultures of Oceania represent a notion of paradise widely held among peoples of other parts of the world.
We offer this list of the three main regions
Federated States of Micronesia
It is here where kava is most prevalent, and where one needs to look for the origins of this plant steeped in myth, legend, and folklore.