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A Guide to Cruising the South Pacific Islands in 2017

Place:Various Countries
Tags: cruise
When:Aug 02, 2017.
The South Pacific islands have been attracting tourists since they were discovered in the 1760s. They have always been described as paradise on Earth, perfect for indulgence and relaxation. It’s no wonder that this region has such a successful tourist industry and accommodates guests from all over the world.

Cruising around the South Pacific islands isn’t usually seen as an ordinary family vacation. It’s reserved for honeymoons or “bucket list” travels that tourists are dreaming about their whole lives. South Pacific actually comes up to these high expectations and provides its visitors with experiences that are almost out of this world.

The time of your visit is probably one of the most important things to consider. The region experiences dry and wet season and both have their pros and cons. The weather is better during the dry season, but it’s also more expensive and more crowded during these months. The wet season is less expensive, and you’ll get the chance to see a waterfall during a cyclone.


French Polynesia

French Polynesia’s islands have long been considered the most romantic destination in the region. That’s why so many couples choose to go here for their honeymoon vacation. French Polynesia has all the commodities of a modern tourist resort, allowing them to have a fun and active vacation, with the option to stay in one of the most secluded and romantic bungalows.

The bungalows overlook the mountains surrounding Cook’s Bay, which means that you’ll have an amazing view of the sunset and it is a great place to try snorkeling during the day. There are few places in the world where you can catch your dinner in front of your apartment and enjoy a relaxing massage while it’s being prepared.

New Zealand

The New Zealand tourism exploded when Lord of the Rings trilogy first hit the theaters. Almost every filming location has a dreamlike feeling about it and you won’t be disappointed if you visit New Zealand and experience them first-hand. Exploring the detailed film sets of The Shire and Hobbiton is usually the highlight for all Tolkien fans.

Also, there are a lot of other pleasures in New Zealand that are not nerdy. If it’s adventure you’re looking for – one of the most impressive zip-lines in the world is right there on the island and that’s the closest you’ll ever come to flying without any machine being involved. Other, more common adventure sports like kayaking or hiking for both beginners and athletes are also available.


Fiji Islands

Fiji is made to be a perfect fit for cruises. Each island offers you a unique experience, and you’re guaranteed to have a perfect vacation. If you want to enjoy pristine and secluded beaches – Fiji offers you just that.

On the other hand, if your idea of a perfect vacation is getting immersed in the local culture –that’s possible too. Friendly local guides will help you explore the Fiji culture which has mixed with the Western but still remained authentic and vibrant.

New Caledonia

New Caledonia is often called the Paris of the Pacific, because of the strong French influence. This is noticeable as soon as you get there and it’s what attracts most of the tourists.

On the one hand, you have beautiful beaches and local cuisine like on any other exotic cruise, but when you go inland, the busy streets, the lively art scene, and the cosmopolitan cafes seem like they could perfectly fit in with France.



Samoa offers plenty in terms of a traditional vacation trip. There’s luxury and romance, local customs and hiking. However, if you have an adventurous spirit and decide to visit Samoa, there’s one local attraction that you should definitely check out – cave diving.
Cave diving is a bit more dangerous than ordinary diving, so you should invest some time and money into finding the right equipment and an experienced guide. There’s a pretty good chance of shark sightings along the way and if you aren’t that lucky, the reefs themselves are beautiful enough to make your trip worthwhile.

A cruise along the South Pacific islands is on most people’s bucket list and there’s a good reason for it - these islands are beautiful, and are an amazing attraction for every type of traveler.



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