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Society Islands & Taumotas-10 Night Cruise

Whether you spend your days on land or underwater on this 10-night journey, aquatic beauty surrounds you. First, the Society Islands wow with lush rainforests, impossibly clear lagoons, and endless palm trees swaying in the warm breeze. Then, the Tuamotu Archipelago beckons with an underwater ecosystem that’s known the world ‘round. Grab a snorkel mask or dive tank and see it for yourself.

Cruise Details

Clock10 Days & 9 Nights

Double Occupancy from $5,180 pp/do*

CalendarSeptember 7, 2022

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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.
Itineraries may operate in reverse.

Your Itinerary

    1Papeete
    A favorite gathering place for office workers during the day and families at night, people come to stroll, take in the view, and dine at inexpensive food caravans (Les Roulottes). Often traditional bands play on the bandstand adding to the festive atmosphere. Roulottes open daily around 6pm. Paofai Gardens A landscaped waterfront park with a canoe launch and children’s play area, you’ll find plenty of activity to take-in during your stroll. Place Toata The outdoor amphitheater hosts concerts all year and also the national dance competition during the huge Heiva Nui festival in July. Next door, on the banks of Tipaerui River, stands the Office Territorial d’Action Culturelle, Tahiti’s cultural center and library.

    2Huahine
    Fare is the main town on Huahine, consisting of a row of stores, a wharf, and a swimming beach. Starting at the Restaurant New Temarara, follow the promenade north along the waterfront to the Fare Public Beach, which runs along the west side of the main street. Bora Bora lies in the distance. Shops are open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm and Saturdays from 8:30am to noon, and are closed Sundays. The Handicraft Center at the village exit (south end) is also closed on Sundays. Telephone booths are operated with local phone cards. Rental car offices, restrooms, restaurants, shops, and main facilities are across from the main street. Heading north through town, the post office is on the right.

    3Bora Bora
    Not only is Matira Beach one of the only public access beaches in Bora Bora, it is also considered one of the most beautiful in French Polynesia. Its sand-bottom, shallow lagoon is perfect for snorkeling. Matira Beach’s crystal blue water and white, powdery sand curve to the west of Matira Point.

    4Rangiroa
    Larger than the island of Tahiti, Rangiroa’s turquoise lagoon has been call “God’s Aquarium” by divers and snorkelers from around the world. View myriad dazzling tropical fish cavorting in one of the world’s most beautiful and richest coral reefs on a snorkeling or diving expedition. Snorkeling and diving excursions are available from The Gauguin.

    5Fakarava
    The Tuamotus are a unique string of coral ringlets that form protective circles around interior lagoons, allowing for the proliferation of rare species of both plant and marine life. Their ecosystems are so pristine that UNESCO designated the atoll of Fakarava a Biosphere Reserve. Snorkel or drift-dive the Garuae Pass to see some of the world’s most beautiful coral formations. Snorkeling and diving excursions are available from The Gauguin.

    6Sea Day

    7Taha'a
    Motu Mahana is a motu off the coast of Taha’a. If you wish to explore the main island, Paul Gauguin Cruises offers a variety of Taha’a shore excursions, including: • Snorkeling • SCUBA Diving • Catamaran Sail • Island Exploration • Cultural Tour

    8Moorea

    9Moorea

    10Papeete
    The colorful public market hustles and bustles downstairs with vendors selling flowers, fish, meat, fruit, vegetables, and baked goods, as well as small gift items. Upstairs, you will find pearls, jewelry, larger handicrafts such as wood carvings and quilts, and a cafeteria where you can listen to local musicians at lunchtime.

    11Papeete
    Enjoy the morning in Papeete before you head home with amazing memories!

Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Owner's Suite$14,900 pp
Grand Suite$14,360 pp
Veranda Suite A$10,980 pp
Veranda Suite B $9,090 pp
Balcony Stateroom C $7,340 pp
Balcony Stateroom D$7,070 pp
Window Stateroom E$5,400 pp
Porthole Stateroom F $5,180 pp

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Society Islands & Taumotas-10 Night Cruise

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