Celebrate a French Polynesia vacation aboard the Paul Gauguin luxury cruise line. The Gauguin delivers passengers to intimate ports inaccessible to larger cruise ships, all the while providing an onboard experience that is nothing short of luxurious.
|Departure Date||Cat C||Cat D||Cat E||Cat F|
|August 12, 2017||$7,345 pp||$7,145 pp||$5,945 pp||$5,645 pp|
|September 16, 2017||$7,145 pp||$6,995 pp||$5,845 pp||$5,495 pp|
|September 23, 2017||$7,145 pp||$6,995 pp||$5,845 pp||$5,495 pp|
|September 30, 2017||$7,145 pp||$6,995 pp||$5,845 pp||$5,495 pp|
|October 28, 2017||$6,745 pp||$6,395 pp||$5,295 pp||$4,995 pp|
|November 4, 2017||$6,345 pp||$5,995 pp||$4,995 pp||$4,695 pp|
|November 11, 2017||$5,995 pp||$5,695 pp||$4,595 pp||$4,295 pp|
|December 23, 2017||$7,345 pp||$7,145 pp||$5,945 pp||$5,645 pp|
Prices are per person, double occupancy, and include 50% off standard cruise fares. Single supplement pricing is available upon request. Economy Class airfare from Los Angeles is included. Port, security, and handling fees of $129 per person are additional. Pricing for the third guest in the same stateroom is as follows: 17 years old and under, FREE; 18 years of age and older, $125 per night. Third guest is cruise-only; air and taxes are additional.
Discover your own island inspiration in the destination that enchanted painter Paul Gauguin, author James A. Michener, and countless others. In one wonderful week, you’ll explore the best of the South Pacific, with stops in lush Huahine, beautiful Bora Bora, and Moorea. Once you’ve made these islands your home—even if just for a week—they’ll always be calling for you to return.
Spend a relaxing day on Motu Mahana, Paul Gauguin’s very own private islet, complete with white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees, a barbecue lunch, drinks served in coconuts, and a floating lagoon bar. Explore Bora Bora your way! Visit their exclusive white-sand beach with volleyball, snorkeling, kayaking or paddleboarding, or opt for an optional four-wheel-drive safari, aquabike excursion, or glass bottom boat ride. Enjoy an overnight in Moorea, giving you plenty of time to marvel at mountain peaks, lounge near blue lagoons, and sample the fresh, local cuisine. There’s a reason these islands are world-renowned— their beauty is unmatched.
Begin your voyage through paradise in the capital of Tahiti, the largest and most populated of the French Polynesian islands. Here you’ll embark the luxurious yet casual m/s Paul Gauguin. With an endless choice of things to do, from relaxing poolside with a book to playing the slots in the casino, you will never be bored.
Visit Huahine, known as the “Garden Island” for its lush rainforests and dramatic terrain. You might also explore the island’s sacred sites and legendary landmarks that are among the best-preserved archaeological remains in French Polynesia. Enjoy snorkeling or Scuba diving in the expansive lagoon or a picnic on the beach.
Motu Mahana, an islet adjacent to Taha’a, is Paul Gauguin’s very own South Seas paradise, featuring white-sand beaches with swaying palms, crystal-clear waters, and gentle breezes. As an exclusive Paul Gauguin Cruises event, you will spend a full day on this idyllic island, pursuing your own pleasures from swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking in the turquoise lagoon to playing volleyball, learn Tahitian cooking secrets, or simply relaxing on the beach. Also included is a delicious barbecue lunch and Polynesian entertainment featuring strolling musicians and singers.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Michener called Bora Bora “the most beautiful island in the world.” Dominated by towering Mount Otemanu and surrounded by a lagoon protected by low-lying coral reefs, this is indeed a spectacular destination. You’ll have two days to discover this quintessential Pacific paradise. Perhaps you’ll explore its exquisite lagoon on a snorkeling tour or underwater walk, enjoy a bird’s-eye view on a helicopter tour, or thrill to a sunset tour by jetboat. A romantic overnight at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is also available.
Explore more of this magical isle on your own or on a choice of optional shore excursions. Choose from several, such as a jitney tour on “Le Truck,” a 4-wheel-drive safari, or a glass-bottom boat ride. As The Gauguin sets sail before dinner, enjoy beautiful views of the island, followed by a relaxing evening on board. Here are a few things to do in Bora Bora.
Graced with an abundance of fresh fruits and flowers, spectacular mountain peaks, peaceful multi-hued lagoons, and palm-fringed beaches, Moorea boasts an awesome beauty that is unsurpassed. During your visit, you might wish to shop for local crafts, embark on a dolphin-watching expedition with a marine biologist and witness these fascinating animals in their amazing natural habitat, or try out some of the local pineapples, said to be the most delicious in all of French Polynesia. An overnight here affords us two full days to explore the gorgeous island.
Graced with an abundance of fresh fruits and flowers, spectacular mountain peaks, peaceful multihued lagoons, and palm-fringed beaches, Moorea boasts an awesome beauty that is unsurpassed. During your visit, you might wish to shop for local crafts, embark on a dolphin-watching expedition with a marine biologist and witness these fascinating animals in their amazing natural habitat, or try out some of the local pineapples, said to be the most delicious in all of French Polynesia. Late this afternoon, The Gauguin cruises to Papeete, docking for the night.
Cap off your epic journey where it all began. You won’t be the same as when you first set sail – these exotic isles are said to touch people in magical ways. If you want to explore more of this side of paradise, perhaps you will choose Paul Gauguin’s pre- and post-cruise hotel programs in Bora Bora, Moorea, Taha’a, and Papeete.