The Society Islands of French Polynesia (you know, Bora Bora, Moreau)
Check out Moorea Sandbar HERE
Winner of Travel and Leisure’s Best Travel Award as well as Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Winner in 2019 this small ship maneuvers intimately throughout the islands.
7 Night on the highest-rated and longest continually-sailing cruise ship in the South Pacific (the best way to see this destination is on the water btw)
Departures throughout the year; June – August are the most popular
Friends, Couples, Multi-Generations, Honeymoon-ers- honestly, a life dream for most everyone who likes the beach, water and stunning “feel like you’re away from it all” scenery!
Serenity, calmness, relaxation, stunning beauty…how can your soul not feel soothed? Although not too far, it feels far and the feeling of truly being away, living to another rhythm is exactly what you need.
This luxurious journey includes so much and then so much more, meals accommodations, experiences… You won’t have a care in the world.
Rest assured you’ll see seven shades of turquoise, snorkeling, paddle-boarding, hiking, mingling with the locals, dancing, dolphin watching, pearl hunting, and dining on the fresh catch every day. Gourmet dining curated by award-winning chef Jean-Pierre Vigato. Oh, yes, did I mention the private island visit, Motu Mahana, off the coast of Taha’a
As part of Virtuoso receive an onboard ship credit $100 per person when booking
Starting at $4645
ASK ME ABOUT SOME EXTRAS
- “Jump ship” for the night and spend an overnight in iconic Over-The Water bungalows in Bora Bora (or extend your trip afterwards)
- Have more than seven nights? Book the Eleven Night Cook Islands and the Society Islands itinerary instead!
- Pre-travel – take a private plane to The Brando, a unique luxury resort on French Polynesia’s breathtakingly beautiful atoll of Tetiaroa. BTW this resort is as carbon neutral as you can get!
DID YOU KNOW?
- Air fare from Los Angeles is included in the price
- Hawaii is about a five hour plane ride from French Polynesia
- The artist, Paul Gauguin, first sailed to Tahiti in 1891 in search of inspiration, and along with the idyllic landscapes, he found a deep connection with the inviting spirit of the local Polynesians.
KNOW THE GIVE BACK
Paul Gauguin Cruises was created with the intent to provide enjoyable and meaningful travel experiences to this unique part of the planet. They care deeply, not only for the guests, but for the communities, cultures and natural wonders that make Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific so alluring. Paul Gauguin Cruises are dedicated to minimizing their environmental footprint and supporting local communities, while maximizing the guest experience of Polynesia’s vivid, vibrant cultures, and stunning natural beauty.