The biggest ocean in the world, also means a big variety of cruise offerings. Whether you're wishing to depart from Australia, visit remote islands, or the West Coast of North America, we have numerous offers waiting for you to discover.
The Pacific is full of locations perfect for a cruise holiday, just waiting to be discovered. Offering inviting waters, amazing natural landscapes and interesting cultures a cruise in the region is an experience to remember. The options of cruises include trips to idyllic islands and transpacific cruises to North or South America. The Pacific is full of destinations offering an array of different holiday types available, meaning everyone will find a cruise to suit them.
From a relaxing trip to the islands of Bora Bora and Papeete to a taste of the American West Coast in San Francisco and Los Angeles, there is a wide choice of holidays available. Pacific cruising can take you from the vibrant cities of New Zealand to the pristine beaches of New Caledonia, all while experiencing incredible new cultures though the many different destinations and superior service from a range of different cruise lines. Whether you want an Alaskan adventure or a Hawaiian getaway, the wide variety of different locations and landscapes mean that you will be sure to find a cruise that is perfect for you.
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Make the most of an overnight stay in Huahine. On a excursion you discover the ancient sacred temples in the beautiful dense jungle.
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Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and is situated on the North Island of the country. The skyline is iconic due to the highest tower in the southern hemisphere, the Sky Tower, rising proudly from the City of Sails about 328 m high. The city offers plenty of ways for adventure seekers to get their fix with activities like kayaking, sailing and bungee jumping available. The beautiful surrounding areas and islands are the perfect example of stunning New Zealand and the amazing natural landscape of the country.Highlights of Auckland
- Explore the stunning Hauraki Gulf Islands
- Discover Auckland's fascinating Maori and maritime history at a variety of museums
- Take a tour of one of Auckland's four growing wine regions
The International Date Line is an imaginary line in the Pacific Ocean, which marks the changing between two calendar days.
Tauranga is located on the North Island of New Zealand and boasts several popular beaches, beautiful, lush parklands and mountains, lakes and cascading waterfalls. As it is located on a faultine, the area is home to numerous dormant volcanoes, including "White Island". For those interested in watersports, the city is conveniently located around a large harbour with opportunities galore to pursue your passion. The Strand waterfront area is a modern hive of activity, with an array of restaurants, clubs and bars.Highlights of Tauranga
- Take a guided nature tour in the Bay of Plenty
- Experience Tauranga's growing art scene at the Cargo Shed creative arts market
- Take a family day out in one of Tauranga's amusement parks, or enjoy dolphin-watching out on the harbour
Papeete is located on Tahiti, the largest in a chain of islands that make up French Polynesia. Papeete is the capital city of Tahiti and is the ideal location to explore the best of Tahiti's natural beauty. The downtown market in Papeete, Le Marché, is a perfect example of the vibrant and multicultural atmosphere in the city. The lush landscapes of Tahiti are waiting to be explored and the abundance of shady hiking trails, pleasant beaches and calm waters are sure to impress all visitors. You can also embrace the ocean with activities like snorkeling, jet skiing and surfing.Highlights of Papeete
- Enjoy a celebration of Polynesian culture and dance at the Heiva I Tahiti festival
- Catch world famous waves at Teahupo'o
- Head to Vai'ete Square after dark to see the waterfront promenade come to life
Wellington, nicknamed "Windy Wellington", is the capital city of New Zealand. Boasting a compact and charming downtown which is diverse in it's architectural styles and also ideal to explore on foot. From Mount Victoria, rising above the city, catch glimpses of ships sail through the harbour and see the city light up as the sun goes down. The city is well known for having a "cafe culture", being home to countless intimate restaurants and coffeehouses.Highlights of Wellington
- Take a ride on the iconic Wellington cable car for a picturesque view of the city
- Discover the wildlife of Wellington in the Zealandia wildlife sanctuary
- Take a tour of the Weta Cave museum and discover the magic of films like Lord of the Rings & more
Nouméa is the capital of the French overseas territory New Caledonia and most rapidly growing city in the South Pacific. The capital is abundant with stunning white sandy beaches dotted with many different water spots activities so you'll always find a way to have fun in the sun. The city's features include a beautiful cathedral, the University of New Caledonia, the Bibliothèque Bernheim (Bernheim Library) and the lighthouse Phare Amédée. Some of the most popular spots on the island are Alma Street, the Promenade and SebastopolHighlights of Nouméa
- Visit lle aux Canards (Duck Island)
- See Ilot Laregnere and Ilot Signal, two Unesco World Heritage Sights
- Have lunch at Le Ponton, a restaurant boat in the middle of the largest lagoon in the world
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