19384
Pacific Islands/Tahiti/French Polynesia
Heart of French Polynesia: Tahiti & the Society Islands
In 1890, Paul Gauguin left Europe to find inspiration in Tahiti. Experience the beauty of Gauguin's French Polynesia as you learn about its fascinating history and culture.
Rating (5)
Program No. 19384RJ
Length
12 days
Starts at
6,495
Special Offer
Flights start at
FREE
Meals
30 Meals
10 Breakfasts
10 Lunches
10 Dinners
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Sep 20, 2017 - Oct 01, 2017 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
  • Sep 20, 2017 - Oct 01, 2017 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
  • Mar 21, 2018 - Apr 01, 2018 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
  • Sep 26, 2018 - Oct 07, 2018 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
  • Oct 10, 2018 - Oct 21, 2018 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
  • Dec 05, 2018 - Dec 16, 2018 (Tahiti to Arrive Los Angeles)
3 nights
97718 Tamanu, Tahiti
Situated just 15 km south of Faa International Airport, Le Méridien Tahiti overlooks beautiful white sand beaches, calming blue waves, and majestic mountains. Located along a lagoon, the resort has an exceptional view of the island of Moorea and offers 138 garden and lagoon view rooms and 12- over water bungalows. Rooms offer vivid colors with Polynesian flair. Additionally, there’s a vibrant international arts scene occuring at Le Méridien Tahiti. L’Atelier, its onsite art space, features contemporary artists from across French Polynesia and the world. Unlike most galleries, L’Atelier draws creative guests with exhibitions as well as with artists themselves. Its loft is an inviting setting for lectures, art workshops, and openings where guests will find fresh opportunities to peruse contemporary art. Guests are free to observe artists at work and/or enroll in an art class with the visiting artist (a fee applies).
7 nights
Bellevue
Most luxurious ship to sail in Tahiti on a year-round basis with a capacity of only 332 guests onboard. Designed specifically to sail the shallow seas of the South Pacific, visiting small ports that larger ships cannot reach . Crew to guest ratio of 1 to 1.5. All oceanview accommodations, nearly 70% with balconies. Space to guest ratio of nearly 58 to 1, one of the highest of any ship serving the North American market. “Highest-Ranked Small Luxury Cruise Ship” -Condé Nast Traveler, Readers’ Poll (2008).
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