South Pacific cruise excursions
Azure blue waters, plentiful snorkeling opportunities and unique cultural experiences are part of a South Pacific cruise excursion. Alan and I have crossed the South Pacific three times sampling what the region has to offer. It’s one of our favorite cruising itineraries. A word of boomer travel advice: most excursions tend to be on the basic side You may or may not have transportation with air conditioning. It’s best to be flexible and go with the flow. Enjoy our suggestions:
Discover the Moorea Lagoon
We never get tired of the blue, blue waters in Tahiti’s Moorea. Learn more by clicking on Discover the Moorea Lagoon.
Noumea cruise excursion
On a Seabourn cruise excursion, we discovered artful graffiti in Noumea, New Caledonia. To read more about our experience, click on Noumea cruise excursion.
Dreaming of Raiatea
Although there are many cruise options, a cruise itinerary that includes Raiatea offers baby boomer travelers the chance to explore a lesser known tropical paradise. Check out our experience by clicking on Dreaming of Raiatea.
Finding Paradise at Iles de Pins
On this free Seabourn excursion, you’ll discover a tropical paradise in New Caledonia. Board the ship’s tender with your snorkel gear and a beach towels for a few hours of rest and relaxation. To read about our experience, click on cruise excursion in Iles de Pins.
Cruise excursion in Pago Pago, American Samoa
On a Seabourn cruise excursion in Pago Pago, we took a school bus ride to the scenic spots in this part of American Samoa. To read more about our experience, click on cruise excursion in Pago Pago.
Independent snorkel excursion in Fiji
When Seabourn Odyssey stopped in Suva, Fiji, we joined an independent snorkel excursion to Moon Reef. To read more about our experience, click on snorkel excursion in Fiji.
Swimming with Stingrays in Moorea
If we had to pick one cruise excursion that’s a favorite, swimming with stingrays in Moorea would be at the top of the list. To read more about our experience, click on Swimming with Stingrays in Moorea.