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Discover incredible destinations in the South Pacific & Tahiti.
Picture the scene: colourful fish dart past coral, coconut trees sway in the breeze and crystal clear waters reflect the bluest of skies. On our South Pacific and Tahiti cruises, your daydreams become a reality.
The remote islands in the South Pacific Region are home to quiet beaches, friendly locals and vibrant markets. In Fiji, explore a land of contrasts at the crossroads of the Pacific, Suva. Here you can admire the grand mansions along Edinburgh Drive before watching a fire-walking ritual in the evening. In New Caledonia, laze away the day on the beaches or in the water, snorkelling with rare marine life.
Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia, is celebrated for its abundance of waterfalls, black sand beaches and extinct volcanoes.
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Sugarcane is the official crop of Lautoka but there is so much more to this paradise. Fiji's second-largest city welcomes you with white sand beaches and friendly smiles from the locals.
Suva is a tropical paradise at the crossroads of the Pacific. Fire-walking rituals and island crafts like weaving provide you with a contrast to the harbour-view mansions strung along Edinburgh Drive.
On the north coast of Upolu you'll find the city of Apia. Originally a small village, it is now the capital of Samoa and a great place to soak up the Polynesian sun.
Bora Bora is revered as the quintessential holiday for romantics. We can see why. Imagine silky stretches of white sand overlooked by towering black peaks, bounded by a necklace of coral gardens.
Moorea is a unique island surrounded by lagoons and both white- and black- sand beaches. Make sure to check out the bay where Captain Cook first dropped anchor.
With beautiful landscapes and a tropical climate the capital of the Kingdom of Tonga, Nukuʻalofa, is the perfect destination for your cruise holiday.
Paul Gauguin loved Tahiti, so don’t miss the chance to see his museum. Into nature? Then jump into a 4x4 and capture the amazing photo-worthy scenery and exotic birdlife of Papenoo Valley.
The main town of Neiafu is a popular destination in Tonga and is famous for the fabulous yachts in its harbour, clear Polynesian waters, and spectacular humpback whales in the summer and autumn months.
Known for its friendly residents and beautiful landscape, Lifou is located off the French island of New Caledonia. Picturesque cliff-top views, fascinating caves, and rich culture create the perfect stop.
The Isle of Pines is nicknamed the "closest island to paradise", and we think you'll agree. Untouched white sand beaches, amazing underwater wonders, and superbly friendly people reside on this tiny island.
Referred to as the St Tropez of the Pacific thanks to its colonial French legacy, there’s much to enjoy in Noumea. Off the coast lies one of the world’s longest barrier reefs.
The aptly named Mystery Island is completely uninhabited. Formerly used as an allied forces landing strip during WWII, today only palm trees and seclusion live on the white sand of Mystery Island.
Best time to visit Tahiti and South Pacific, with Celebrity Cruises.
The climate in the South Pacific is tropical all year-round. The dry season takes place between May and October, and wet season between November and April – when there tends to be more humidity, too.
There are plenty of festivals and events occurring in Tahiti and the South Pacific to mark on your calendar. In August, the Billabong Pro Teahupoo takes place in the village of Teahupo’o. You can watch the pros showcase their skills on two-metre barrels. In New Caledonia, the Noumea Carnival happens in mid-August every year. You can expect traditional costumes, parades through the streets and plenty of local, authentic food. A dazzling display of fireworks on the quay marks the end of the carnival.
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Answering your questions about Tahiti & South Pacific.
Want to know which destinations we visit, or what you should pack for your Tahiti and South Pacific cruise? Read on for all your need-to-know answers.
For those seeking tranquillity, relaxation and an escape from the every day, you can't beat Tahiti and the South Pacific; a remote set of islands which sit alone in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean. Combine this serenity with rich culture and delectable cuisine, and it isn’t difficult to see why our Tahiti and South Pacific cruises are so popular.
On a cruise, you’ll have the opportunity to experience a selection of enchanting destinations from the comfort of your Celebrity Cruises® ship. We’ll take you to secluded spots near-inaccessible by other means, such as the enigmatic, uninhabited and aptly named Mystery Island.
During your Tahiti and South Pacific cruise, don’t miss scuba diving on the island paradise of Bora Bora, or checking out the bay on Moorea where Captain Cook first arrived. There’s plenty of culture to soak up here, too – Fiji’s second largest city, Lautoka, is also known as “the sugar city” as it sits at the heart of the sugarcane region.
As the climate here is tropical, bring plenty of lightweight summer clothes to help you stay cool. Your days will likely centre around water-based activities, so swimming gear is essential, as is a sun hat and plenty of sunscreen.
Twelve different time zones are observed in the region. They range from UTC -9 TO UTC +14.
Each island in the South Pacific has its own unique cuisine. In Tahiti, fresh seafood is a diet staple. The national dish is poisson cru, which consists of raw fish and diced vegetables.
Tahiti and the South Pacific are generally considered safe places to visit.
English and French are both spoken throughout most of the South Pacific, as well as other languages such as Tahitian.
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