South Pacific

Anticipate stepping onto island paradises defined by turquoise lagoons, green mountains and Polynesian traditions. 

Here in the Pacific, expect soft white sands, whispering palms and age-old Polynesian customs. Amidst all the beauty, you may also learn about the role some islands played in World War II.

Where we sail.

Apia, Samoa

Apia is Samoa’s wonderful capital, sitting on a natural harbor at the mouth of the Vaisigano River. It is praised widely for its luscious interiors, beautiful beaches, waterfalls and friendly locals.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Lautoka, Fiji

Perched on the west coast, Lautoka, is not only the second-largest city among Fiji's 332 islands, it is also the second gateway, after the capital city Suva, to Fiji's experience of tropical paradise.

Mo'orea, French Polynesia

French Polynesia comprises of 118 islands and over the lagoon, just 12 miles from Tahiti, you’ll discover Moorea, the former haunt of Tahitian nobility. It's known for its jagged mountains and beaches

Noumea, New Caledonia

This South Seas “Riviera” has a distinctive French flavor among its boutiques and cafés. Noumea enjoys more sunshine than any other Pacific island, and beach lovers will fall for its string of bays.

Nuku'alofa, Tonga

In nearly 250 years since Captain Cook named them the Friendly Islands little has changed, in appearance or approach to life. A Polynesian kingdom of stunning rain forests and gorgeous calm beaches.