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Paul Gauguin Cruises sails the Society Islands and Tuamotus with All-Inclusive Value

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From 10 September, discover the premier diving location of the Tuamotus Islands, filled with hammerhead sharks, manta rays, dolphins, turtles, and barracuda as well as a myriad of other underwater species engulfing the waters between the Society Islands and Tuamotus, with leading luxury cruise line Paul Gauguin cruises.

322-guest m/s Paul Gauguin will cruise through the South Pacific, enabling guests to visit some of the most beautiful islands in the world.  Embark the m/s Paul Gauguin in Papeete, Tahiti for 10 nights, as the luxurious ship sets sail for Taha’a (Motu Mahana), Society Islands.

Guests will enjoy a South Seas paradise of pristine white beaches, swaying palms and crystal clear waters, with the opportunity to relax on the idyllic islands whilst enjoying a wide selection of water activities including swimming, snorkeling and kayaking.  An additional option for guests to experience musical entertainment and savor a delicious barbecue lunch of fresh Polynesian specialties and popular Western fare, is also available.unnamed (22)

Following, m/s Paul Gauguin cruises through to Huahine, Society Islands, known as the ‘Garden Islands’ for its lush rainforests and dramatic terrain, where guests can explore the island’s sacred sites and legendary landmarks.  The next visit is Fakarave, Tuamotus, whose diverse ecosystem has earned it the designation of a UNESCO-Classified Nature Reserve.  After Fakarave, the ship stops at Maupiti, Society Islands, renowned as one of the most beautiful islands in the South Seas.  The following day, guests explore Bora Bora, where they can enjoy a complete day of quintessential Pacific paradise. A return to Taha’a (Motu Mahana), will see guests enjoy an optional overwater massage, or explore Taha’a on various shore excursions.  The next day, the ship sails to visit the lush scenery of Moorea, with spectacular mountain peaks covered in dense vegetation, an abundance of fresh fruits and flowers, and peaceful multi-hued lagoons encircled by palm-fringed beaches.  On the final day, guests return to Papeete to conclude their voyage.

The All-Inclusive Cruise Fares include:

  • All shipboard meals with the choice of venues
  • Complimentary beverages, including select wines and spirts, soft drinks, bottled water and hot beverages throughout the ship,
  • Onboard gratuities for all room and dining staff
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary watersports in select ports from the ship’s onboard marina
  • Complimentary use of private islet Motu Mahana
  • Access to a private beach in Bora Bora
  • Zodiacs for optional dive excursions and optional PADI dive program and certification.

The cruise departs September 10, 2014, with All-Inclusive Cruise Fares starting at US $4,435.

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