A Pacific Cruise is a great way to visit some of the most scenic islands to be found anywhere on earth and is hugely rewarding for anyone who has a desire to get closer to nature.
No matter where your cruise heads, you can expect to be greeted by stunning beaches that are perfect for relaxing under the sun, coral reefs teeming with marine life and thick forests where you can head off the beaten track to explore.
But that is only part of the attraction, with old cities that showcase history and culture dating back to colonial times and friendly locals who are proud to share stories about their islands.
Whilst the Pacific is somewhere you may wish to visit in its own right, it’s also a region that can easily be added onto an itinerary that is going further afield.
You might like to head north towards the USA or Canada or south to explore the waters around Australia, whilst a Transpacific route will allow you to also enjoy a taste of Asia.
Offering relaxation and adventure in equal measure, a Pacific Cruise is one you should certainly consider when booking your next adventure at sea.
Pacific Cruises Highlights
Bora Bora is located in the Society Islands of French Polynesia, and sits around 150 miles northwest of Tahiti. The main island of the small group sits at the heart of an impressive lagoon that is...About Bora Bora
There are plenty of ways in which you can head off the beaten track on a cruise around the islands of the Pacific Ocean and that’s certainly what you can expect should you book a trip that includes a...About Cook Islands
Like many nations within the Pacific, Fiji is made up of a collection of islands that are spread across the Ocean and is famed for providing stunning natural landscapes at every turn. More than 100...About Fiji
Hawaii sits right in the heart of the Pacific Ocean and is one of those destinations that is tailor made for a cruise holiday. There can be few better ways to explore the isolated network of island...About Hawaii
Isle of Pines
The Isle of Pines is part of the archipelago of New Caledonia in the Pacific Ocean and one of the many small islands that you might find yourself visiting on a cruise around the area. Nicknamed as...About Isle of Pines
New Caledonia sits in the heart of the Pacific and is made up of a collection of islands that are roughly 750 miles off the coast of Australia. A French overseas territory, New Caledonia is a popul...About New Caledonia
There is ever chance that Norfolk Island is somewhere you might not have heard of, but this small island located in the Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia is one that you’l...About Norfolk Island
Papua New Guinea
If you want to gain an authentic taste of what life is like on a Pacific Island, then there are few places that can match Papua New Guinea. Situated to the north of Australia, Papua New Guinea is f...About Papua New Guinea
The Samoan Islands are a chain of islands in the South Pacific that are made up of the independent nation of Samoa and nearby American Samoa – an unincorporated territory of the USA. A popular choi...About Samoan Islands
The largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia, Tahiti is a popular destination for overseas visitors looking for a fun filled Pacific adventure – including those who are sailing around...About Tahiti
Tonga is made up of a collection of islands that are spread across the waters of the South Pacific and are popular with people who want to enjoy some sun, sand and relaxation during their time ashore....About Tonga
Vanuatu is made up of more than 80 islands that are spread across the South Pacific around 350 miles off the coast of Australia. The islands are some of the most popular amongst the cruise lines th...About Vanuatu
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