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Our voyage will include two weeks in beautiful Tahiti including an ten-day cruise through French Polynesia and the Cook Islands followed by two days in an overwater bungalow on the island of Moorea.

French Polynesia and Cook Islands Cruise

Ship – the Tahitian Princess
The Tahitian Princess is Princess’s pearl of the Pacific. Smaller in size yet rich in amenities this beautiful vessel features an array of onboard activities. Relax on deck by the pool or get a massage at the Lotus Spa. At night, fine fare abounds in refined dining rooms and specialty restaurants, with live entertainment rivaling anything on shore. This ship accommodates 670 passengers on its eleven decks with over 200 balcony staterooms.
Our mini-suite is located on the first deck of staterooms, deck eight. A mini-suite with balcony is substantially larger than a balcony stateroom. Accommodations include a luxury queen-size bed with separate sitting area featuring a sofa bed and desk. Other amenities include two televisions, refrigerator and a walk-in closet. Your mini-suite also includes a full bath with tub with massage shower head and adds up to over 325 square feet of living space including the balcony.
Day One: Tahiti and overnight in port
Day Two: Tahiti
Day Three: Huahine
Day Four: At Sea
Day Five: Rarotonga
Day Six: At Sea
Day Seven: Raiatea and overnight in port
Day Eight: Scenic cruising around Tahaa and afternoon and overnight in Bora Bora
Day Nine: Bora Bora
Day Ten: Moorea
Day Eleven: Tahiti
Tahiti, French Polynesia
The ocean like a proud and royal Queen, is crowned by a circle of majestic peaks. The mountainous interior shelters deep valleys, clear streams, and high waterfalls, all bathed in the green iridescence of Mother Nature's light. The flat coastal lands, edged with a rugged coastline, are home to fields of tropical flowers and most of the island's population. Papeete, the invigorating capital city and gateway of the territory, boasts world-class resorts, spas, fine restaurants, nightclubs, and endless shopping at the vibrant markets, pearl shops, and boutiques.
Huahine, French Polynesia
Huahine, with its lush forests, untamed landscape, and quaint villages, is one of Polynesia's best-kept secrets. A deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches add drama and solitude to their virtues. Relatively unchanged by the modern world, Huahine's few residents welcome visitors with great kindness. The island's soil is rich and fertile, providing the farmers a bountiful harvest of vanilla, melons, and bananas.
Rarotonga, Cook Islands
See princess bookRarotonga is the vibrant centre of the Cook Islands. It's circular shape is dominated by high mountain peaks from which lush rain forests cascade to a palm-fringed shore. The island is almost completely encircled by a reef, which harbours a lagoon of clear turquoise waters and many inviting white sand beaches. Beyond the reef, the indigo blue of the ocean provides a vivid contrast and a bountiful supply of fish. Avarua is the main town on the island and the commercial centre of the Cook Islands. During business hours, it has a friendly, bustling atmosphere together with a good selection of shops, banks, cafes and visitor facilities. As the entire island is only 32 kilometers in circumference so getting around is easy with only two main roads. A fun way to see the sights is to rent a motor scooter, however bikes, cars and jeeps are also available for rent.
Raiatea, French Polynesia
Raiatea, meaning "faraway heaven" and "sky with soft light", was first named Havai'i after the homeland of the ancient Polynesians and is the most sacred island in the South Pacific. This, the second largest Tahitian isle, was the center of religion and culture over 1000 years ago and still lends enchantment to ancient legends told to this day. The green-carpeted mountains covering the interior include the celebrated Mt. Temehani, a sort of Polynesian Mt. Olympus.
Tahaa, French Polynesia
Taha'a, with the rich aroma of vanilla lingering heavily in the air, offers a glimpse of the traditional, tranquil life of the Tahitians. The flower-shaped island's simple beauty is charmed by soft mountain shapes and surrounded by tiny motu with bright sand beaches. In the fertile valleys cutting within the island, local farmers grow watermelon, vanilla, and copra.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora, with a lagoon resembling an artist's palette of blues and greens, is love at first sight. Honeymooners and romantics from around the world have laid claim to Bora Bora where the castle-like Mount Otemanu pierces the sky. Lush tropical slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, while palm-covered motu circle the lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters where impossibly colored fish animate the coral gardens. Simply said, Bora Bora is the most beautiful island in the world.
Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea, soaring magically out of the ocean in an explosion of green velvet, is what you would imagine a South Seas island to be. A wide, shallow lagoon surrounds the island's vertical mountains where poetic threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs. Peaceful meadows flanked by pinnacles of green will fill your senses and renew your belief in the majesty of nature. Pastel-painted houses surrounded by gardens of hibiscus and birds of paradise, circle the island in a fantasy of happy, yet simple villages.

Moorea Bungalow
Paradise on earth awaits you at The Intercontinental Beachcomber Resort Moorea. Moorea, Tahiti’s sister island, is breathtakingly beautiful. The resort is located in the heart of a two-acre estate nestled in lush surroundings of intertwined deep greens and intense blues. Our Overwater bungalows are around a series of green islands and are our largest bungalows. From their private terraces you have direct access into the lagoon for swimming. The overwater bungalows feature queen-size beds, separate sitting lounge, oversized full bathroom and a wide range of other amenities.