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Picturesque ports of call on Princess Cruises in the Pacific
If you want to sample the delights of the South Pacific, there's no better way than to hop on board a luxury cruise ship.
A Princess Cruise in the Pacific is what we recommend. Not only is it the perfect method to experience the beauty of the islands, but you also don't have to book in and out of hotels, or carry luggage around - your floating home-from-home travels with you, and transports you in style!
Princess Cruises offers Pacific and Tahiti Cruises on more than 20 dates per year, calling at exotic destinations such as Samoa, with its bustling markets and dramatic cliffs. French Polynesia is another popular port of call which includes beautiful Bora Bora and the waterfalls of Moorea.
Voyagers can experience the multicultural mix that makes up Vanuatu, while there is plenty to do in the Fijian capital, Suva. Meanwhile, nearby Port Denarau is a perfect place to relax on the beach. While the Melanesian traditions of the Loyalty Islands will add flavour to your trip, the Royal Palace and Refuge Harbour at Tonga are must-visits, too.
Some of the Pacific cruises also allow travellers to explore the volcanic legacies of Papua New Guinea and chill out on the soothing sands of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands. Just one of the many amazing trips offered by Princess is a 14-day Fiji and South Pacific round trip from Sydney. Setting off from Australia, the Dawn Princess visits Lifou, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Port Denarau, Suva, Savu Savu and Dravuni Island in Fiji, along with Noumea, before returning to Sydney.
And if you want to celebrate a Christmas with a difference, the 10-day Ocean Princess Tahiti and Polynesia round trip from Tahiti sets off on December 17 from Papeete, sailing to Huahine, Polynesia, Raiatea and Bora Bora, French Polynesia, Moorea and then back to Tahiti.
Enjoy a Princess Cruises in the Pacific today!