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Join a South Pacific Cruise and enjoy a tropical paradise as you sail around the gorgeous islands that have made this part of the world so famous. When you sign up for a South Pacific Cruise you will get the chance to explore stunning chains of islands that are topped with lush emerald green peaks and are known for some of the prettiest beaches in the region. The South Pacific needs almost no introduction when it comes to its turquoise blue waters and soft white sands that stretch for miles, and if you want to relax and unwind then this is the perfect place to do it.
Some of the highlights of a cruise to the South Pacific include gems such a French Polynesia where you can discover the capital of Tahiti or tour the famous temples in Fiji. Other great spots to visit include Papeete which is known for its amazing cuisine and you can spend time hiking or biking around the islands and take in the breathtaking scenery at the same time. Travel to Pentecost Island in Vanuatu, or learn about black pearl production in Tahiti or, if you want to see whales you can go whale spotting in Tonga and end the trip with a visit to the Tiki Village Cultural Center in Moorea. Whatever you choose to see and do, the sheer range of activities means that you will never be bored on a South Pacific Cruise.
|Cruise Lines||Lowest Prices||Number Of Cruises|
|Paul Gauguin Cruises||$3494||40|
|Royal Caribbean International||$486||21|
|Seabourn Cruise Line||$5414||16|
|Holland America Line||$589||13|
|Regent Seven Seas Cruises||$7234||10|
The South Pacific can be quite humid but the dry season is widely considered to run from May to October. This means that this is also the most popular time to take a South Pacific Cruise and this is the high season. If you want to avoid the crowds then you can choose to visit after October.
The South Pacific region is susceptible to cyclones. The main cyclone season is from November to April although it is possible for cyclones to hit at any time. Should this happen your South Pacific Cruise route may be diverted to avoid the bad weather.
The weather in the South Pacific is hot so you will need to pack accordingly. Shorts, t-shirts, and swimwear are all recommended as well as sandals. If you want to join an expedition onshore then you may also want to pack walking shoes or boots.
Yes. As the cruise will visit multiple countries in the South Pacific you will need to bring your passport with you. For some nationals a visa may also be required so it is best to contact the immigration departments of the countries you plan to visit to get the latest information on how to apply for a visa.
The best cruiselines depends on what you’re looking for and who you’re traveling with! You’ll be able to choose from cruise lines like Paul Gauguin Cruises , Royal Caribbean International , Princess Cruises , Seabourn Cruise Line , Holland America Line , Regent Seven Seas Cruises , Oceania Cruises , Crystal Cruises
The average length is 8 nights, but you’ll be able to choose from 7-night cruises, 14-night cruises
It will depend on the room you choose, but the average cruise to South Pacific is $5243. You can get prices as low as $3494, but it can also go up to $7645.
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