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YOUR DESTINATION GUIDE Aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin


Every pristine island of the South Pacific is ripe for exploration above and below the waves. Dive with special guest Jean-Michel Cousteau (upper left), spend the day enjoying waterports on our private motu off the coast of Taha'a (bottom left), or take a land adventure by 4 x 4 tour (bottom center).


Tahiti, French Polynesia & the South Pacific


Te 118 islands and atolls of French Polynesia are what dreams are made of, with their verdant landscapes, white-sand beaches, craggy peaks, and warm breezes. We’ve handpicked our 2016 itineraries to showcase the best of this unspoiled corner of the world, with journeys from seven to 14 nights, departing throughout the year.


Te Gauguin is uniquely suited to travel in these shallow waters, easily maneuvering in and out of exotic destinations that travelers on larger cruise ships could never dream of visiting, each connected by impossibly blue waters and showcasing its own culture, cuisine, history, art, and natural beauty. Explore secluded lagoons by kayak, sink your toes into the warm sand on our private island, discover the vibrant views on a 4 x 4 or hike, or take in a performance of traditional Tahitian music.


Join us in 2016 in the beautiful South Pacific and see why Travel + Leisure named us the “#1 Small-Ship Cruise Line” in their 2014 World’s Best Awards.


12 Paul Gauguin Cruises | 2016 Collection


50%


off


STANDARD CRUISE FARES


plus included airfare from Los Angeles


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