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TONGA


GUADALCANAL


in 2020, we go beyond the international date line ...


Society Islands, Cook Islands, Tonga & Fiji(or Reverse)


Nights


Unearth a slice of history in the South Pacific’s most sublime and storied islands.


Experience a slice of heaven in this unique passage through the South Pacific. Create your own vision of paradise while treading the path of the world’s most famous explorers. Take in every last ray of sunshine on the Society Islands’ flawless white-sand beaches, swim in Aitutaki’s intimate shallows, take in the rich culture of Tonga, and discover the colonial architecture of Fiji’s past.


Fiji to Bali Begin your journey in tropical paradise before following in the wake of


explorers on this voyage of discovery. From Bali’s undiscovered sister island and the home to Indonesia’s renowned Komodo Dragons, to the magical ports of Papua New Guinea and one of the world’s newest nations—Timor-Leste.


As if those were not enough, this remarkable sailing also includes important cultural touchstones throughout. History buffs will rejoice in the World War II relics of Guadalcanal while literary enthusiasts can take in Espiritu Santo, the famed Vanuatu island that inspired Tales of the South Pacific. Along the


way you’ll enjoy the distinguished hospitality of local inhabitants, their lovely villages, and always coming ‘home’ to the lap of luxury—Te Gauguin.


Nights Te Far East


greets you on this once-in-a-lifetime sailing.


Enjoy 50% off all-inclusive fares plus included roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco 18 Paul Gauguin Cruises | 2020 Voyages


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