South Pacific & Tahiti Cruises
For a taste of the exotic South Pacific, we’ll cruise farther south from Hawaii to the South Pacific’s island nations where life is simple and the customs and rituals of ancient cultures are still revered. With Princess Cruises®, we’ll call on French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, and the Marquesas. We’ll also take you scenic cruising through the massive and breathtaking Tuamotu Archipelago of atolls and the undisturbed islands of Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oa.
Wander waterfront markets in Apia where friendly smiles greet you and discover Pago Pago's unforgettable volcanic cliffs. Dip into the diverse brew of Samoan lifestyle and enjoy breathtaking views.
No name captures the imagination of paradise as well as the French Polynesian island nation of Bora Bora. Majestic mountains sculpted by ancient volcanoes, a shimmering lagoon and a barrier reef welcome visitors to perhaps the most stunning island in the South Pacific. Or discover ports like Moorea with its spectacular waterfalls and Papeete with its 'Polynesia meets Paris' ambience.
From the moment you step ashore in Vila you will feel the friendliness of the ni-Vanuatu people. Explore Vanuatu's colorful blend of Melanesian, English, French and Asian influences at Champagne Bay, Luganville and Wala.
Step ashore in the South Pacific's largest, most cosmopolitan city, Suva, Fiji's capital. Enjoy the traditional songs and dances in the tiny village set amongst lofty palms of Dravuni Island. Relax in Port Denaura and enjoy an idyllic day beachcombing.
Awake into a new world as you sail into Noumea, step ashore to visit the extraordinary Tjibaou Cultural Centre, explore the scenic coastline or soak up the French Pacific atmosphere in Isle of Pines.
The Loyalty Islands maintain their traditional Melanesian customs and retain an unrivalled natural beauty, explore Oueva, which has one of the Pacific's most exquisite coral atolls and dip in Lifou's laidback lifestyle.
Arrive in Nuku'alofa the tranquil capital of Tonga and visit the quaint Royal Palace. Discover the picturesque port of Refuge Harbour on the Tongan island of Vava'u.
Papua New Guinea
The Pompeii of Papua New Guinea, Rabaul, lies half-buried by ash beneath an active volcano situated beside the glassy waters of Simpson Harbour. Visit the famed Volcanological Observatory or learn of Raboul's historic past with a tour of the Kokopo War Museum.
Visit the white sandy beaches of the lagoon surrounded island of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.
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