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Explore Pacific

On a cruise around the Pacific Ocean you can truly escape from it all. This mighty ocean is as varied as it is vast - from unpopulated islands awash with tropical flowers and palm trees to lush rainforests and imposing mountain ranges, these islands are as close to paradise as you will get.Both water sports and nature enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice. The warm clear waters around the islands of Fiji, Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga and Samoa offer excellent sailing, surfing and snorkelling, whereas the deeper waters attract whales, dolphins and other marine life.The romantic islands of Fiji with it...
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Pacific
Overview
On a cruise around the Pacific Ocean you can truly escape from it all. This mighty ocean is as varied as it is vast - from unpopulated islands awash with tropical flowers and palm trees to lush rainforests and imposing mountain ranges, these islands are as close to paradise as you will get.

Both water sports and nature enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice. The warm clear waters around the islands of Fiji, Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga and Samoa offer excellent sailing, surfing and snorkelling, whereas the deeper waters attract whales, dolphins and other marine life.

The romantic islands of Fiji with its white-sand beaches and turquoise waters, Samoa with its lagoons, Bora Bora with its flower valleys and Moorea's volcanic peaks are just some of the highlights of a Pacific cruise.

The main cruising season runs from April until October.
Background

Ports

Suva, Fiji
Approximately 10 minutes from the capital of Fiji, the Port of Suva is located on the south-eastern coast of the island. Get an in-depth look at the islands’ history, politics and culture at the national Fiji Museum. You can also explore the historical and cultural bonds between India and Fiji in the Indian Cultural Centre. Visit the Suva Municipal Market where you have a wide choice of tropical fruits and handmade goods. On top of the markets, there are also plenty of modern retail shops and duty-free stores to bag yourself a bargain.
Suva, Fiji
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
The idyllic South Pacific island of Bora Bora sits northwest of Tahiti. This place is paradise found - from its gorgeous lagoon and coral reefs teeming with tropical marine life to the sand-fringed motu islets and mouth-watering local cuisine. Visit the main village of Vaitape and explore the boutiques and eateries. Admire the dormant Mount Otemanu volcano and Mount Pahia on a jeep safari or guided hike. Take to the water on a jet ski or kite surfing board, explore underwater delights on a snorkelling or diving excursion, or pay a visit to the open-air Bora Bora Lagoonarium. 
Luganville, Vanuatu
Luganville is the second largest city in Vanuatu; the people from Vanuatu's northern islands often refer to this as their big city. Million Dollar Point is a fabulous stop for snorkelling and scuba diving or SS President Coolidge is great for experienced divers. Millennium Cave is a fascinating visit for ladder and rock climbing; perfect for those with high fitness levels. Take pictures next to the flowing waters of Mount Hope Waterfall. Nanda Blue Hole is a dream spot to swim in crystal-clear waters and for underwater sightings of tropical fish. Stop for a bite of lunch at Velit Bay and relax on the stunning golden sands.
Luganville, Vanuatu
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