Marquesas Islands, Tuamotu and Society

Marquesas Islands, Tuamotu and Society

From NZD $4,482


Mythical and mystical. A land that has attracted explorers, writers, painters and artists. Breathtaking landscapes of mountains, valleys, plateaus and cliffs. A nation of former warriors, with their own language and culture. For more than 30 years, Aranui, as the main carrier of goods to the Marquesas, has maintained a vital link with its inhabitants and the outside world.

Trip Name
Marquesas Islands, Tuamotu and Society
Vessel Type: Passenger ship Length: 126 m Passenger Capacity: 260 Speed: 15 knots The Aranui is a mixed passenger/cargo vessel that operates between Tahiti and the Marquesas. It offers comfortable, air-conditioned accommodations for about two hundred passengers. Passengers will be able to sunbathe on deck, swim in the pool, or enjoy exotic tropical drinks while the Aranui wends her way among the islands of the Marquesas. Accommodations classes are Suites, Deluxe, Standard and C Class. The vessel operates under the French flag, and her crew are all Polynesian, primarily Marquesans. The name “Aranui” means “The Great Highway” in Maori, another great Polynesian culture. The first Aranui was purchased from a New Zealand ship owner in 1959. CPTM kept her original name, because it suited her. Serving as a link between the remote Marquesas and the rest of the world, she truly was a “Great Highway” on which cargo and passengers traveled. The original Aranui was too small to meet the needs of the islands as trade increased. CPTM therefore retired her, and purchased a new vessel, which was also named the Aranui. The second Aranui was originally built as a freighter for the Baltic trades, with unusually thick hull plates because of floating ice often found in that area. She was modified in Germany in 1990. After only a few years in service, it too was getting too small again to meet the islands growing trade needs as well as the increase in passenger travel. CPTM decided this time to built a new vessel in 2000, which was named the Aranui III. The Aranui III was built in Romania as a freighter and passenger vessel. Because of the number of passengers the vessel can carry, she was reclassifed as a passenger vessel. Thus, meeting the strict requirements of international SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) regulations and many safety features including life boats and lifte rafts and fire safety systems. The vessel is French registry, and crewed primarily by Marquesans. They are extremely skillfull and very hospitable. It is often their custom to give an impromptu concert in the evenings, both for their own and our passengers pleasure. The ship features a small boutique where various sundries, clothing and souvenirs are available. There are washing machines and dryers aboard, but dry cleaning is not available. There is also 2 bars and video room, which has a television, VCR and a small collection of videotapes. She also has a swimming pool and sunbathing space. The electrical current in the cabins is 220 volt 50 cycle AC, using French-style plugs. If you have any small appliances, please make sure you have voltage converters and plug adapters needed to use the ship’s standard power. The vessel accepts traveler’s checks and credit cards for on-board purchases. We regret that we cannot honor personal checks. Lock boxes are available on board for passenger convenience. However, we do not accept custody or responsibility for passenger valuables or money. Facilities: * 1 dining room * 2 spacious lounges & 2 conference rooms * 4 bars including 1 panoramic bar (Skybar) * 1 fitness room * 1 outside swimming pool * 1 shop * 1 massage room * 2 lifts


Day 1 - Day 1 SATURDAY – Departure from Papeete (Tahiti)
Depart from Papeete in the morning, receive a warm welcome onboard from our crew and sail to Fakarava atoll in the Tuamotu archipelago.
Day 2 - Day 2 SUNDAY – Fakarava (January-April), Makatea (May-July) or Kauehi (August-Dec.)
Fakarava, 488 km northeast of Tahiti, is a huge atoll that is part of a UNESCO “biosphere reserve” because of its rich eco-system, with an abundance of rare flora and fauna. Makatea, 210 km northeast of Tahiti, is an elevated atoll, like a fortress standing on the ocean with its 70 m high cliffs. This raised atoll is home to only 94 inhabitants who have decided not to leave their beloved island and its special history. At the end of the 19th century, large quantities of phosphates were discovered here.Makatea was to have a unique industrial destiny in Polynesia. The island, until then forgotten by the modern world, was equipped with schools, a cinema, religious centres, various industrial installations, including a 100-metre metal jetty and even a railway, which are still today the silent witnesses of the island’s singular history.Kauehi, 40 km north-east of Fakarava, was uninhabited not so long ago. It was gradually populated for the exploitation of copra and for several years, pearl farming has also been developed. Recently opened to tourism, Kauehi will seduce you by its authenticity as well as by the surrealist hues of its lagoon, which you can enjoy as if you were alone in the world!
Day 3 - Day 3 MONDAY – At sea
There are many ways to while away a day at sea on Aranui 5 from immersing in the Polynesian culture during workshops on weaving, dancing, cooking, wrapping a pareo, playing the ukulele, language, and even ‘tatau’ or relax on deck, in one of the bars, attend a lecture, browse the boutique, work out in the gym, be pampered In Aranui’s Polynesian spa, take a dip in the pool or just gaze out at the sea. When we arrive in the waters of the Marquesas, you will have to set your watches forward by half an hour.
Day 4 - Day 4 TUESDAY – Nuku Hiva (Taiohae/Hatieu/Taipivai)
This island is the administrative centre of the Marquesas. The village of Taiohae stretches along the beach, which is like a magnificent amphitheatre created by the successive eruptions of three concentric volcanoes and dominated by towering cliffs streaked with waterfalls. In the small village, all of the government services and residences, the hospital, bank and schools, are close by. A lovely handicraft centre is located on the beach road. Your adventure in Nuku Hiva will include a tour of the Cathedral Notre Dame, famed for its stonework and wood sculptures. In Hatiheu, you will visit the archaeological site known as Tohua Kamuihei, where public festivities once took place. Here you will see the paepae, immense stone platforms on which houses were built, and huge boulders carved with enigmatic petroglyphs. Under a giant banyan tree, enjoy a performance of traditional songs and dances, including the “Pig Dance”, which originated in Nuku Hiva. For lunch, try a traditional “Umu”, a Marquesan specialty where food is cooked in an underground oven.
Day 5 - Day 5 WEDNESDAY – Ua Pou (Hakahau)
Legend refers to Ua Pou as the “pillars of the archipelago” and it is often called “The Cathedral Island”. These names become clear as the ship docks at Hakahau Bay surrounded by 12 basalt summits soaring as high as 1100 metres. Every island has its own special ambience and Ua Pou’s is one of mystery and magic. You are sure to see familiar looking faces as many of our crew members are from here. Energetic early risers can hike up the hill to the Cross for breathtaking views of the valleys and village below. The artisans’ centre is a short stroll into town and the offerings include works featuring the unique flower stone and a variety of carvings and children’s clothes. Before enjoying a Marquesan lunch, take in an excellent dance show, including the Bird Dance, a traditional Ua Pou performance.
Day 6 - Day 6 THURSDAY – Ua Huka (Vaipe’e/Hane/Hokatu)
This island, the least inhabited in the Marquesas, is largely arid and home to many wild horses, goats and pigs. It is also a refuge for two endemic birds: the pati’oti’o and the pihiti, which are only found here. In the early morning, the Aranui will execute a point-to-point 180-degree turn in the narrow mouth of Vaipaee’s Invisible Bay. With only metres to spare on either side, it is a skillful operation undertaken by the captain and the crew and is not to be missed. From the dock, travel by 4WD to the village of Hane. Along the way, you will stop to explore the Botanical Garden, the cultural centre Te Tumu, featuring a small museum with exquisite replicas of Marquesan artifacts, and a petroglyph museum and local woodcarvers’ studios in the fishing village of Hokatu. Look for the unusual carved black and white coconuts. In Hane, where a Marquesan lunch will be served, visit the Marine Museum beforehand and in the afternoon, hike to view red tuff tikis overlooking the bay.
Day 7 - Day 7 FRIDAY – Hiva Oa (Atuona) – Tahuata (Kokuu)
Atuona, principal village of Hiva Oa and the second largest in the Marquesas, was once the capital of this archipelago. Sweeping views of the harbour can be seen after a walk up the hill to the cemetery where Paul Gauguin and Jacques Brel are buried. Explore the Gauguin Museum, a replica of his “House of Pleasure”, and the Brel Museum, which showcases his plane JoJo, which was often used for medical emergencies. After lunch onboard, enjoy a lazy afternoon on a beautiful white sand beach or take a refreshing dip in the Pacific Ocean.
Day 8 - Day 8 SATURDAY – Hiva Oa (Puamau) – Tahuata (Vaitahu)
A morning drive by 4WD takes you to Puamau to visit the most important local archeological site for tikis in French Polynesia. Our guides will show you through the mysterious ruins at Mea’e Iipona and share stories of these haunting statues and an ancient civilisation. In the afternoon, you will visit the impressive church of Tahuata which was built by the Vatican and decorated with beautiful carvings and a stained glass window featuring the Marquesan cross. Though the smallest of the inhabited Marquesan islands, it is historically one of the richest. Tahuata has experienced it all — it was the first island in the archipelago to be discovered by Spanish explorers, who opened fire on a crowd of curious islanders in 1595, saw the arrival of missionaries in 1797 and then became the first French settlement in the Marquesas in 1842. The locals carve exquisite tikis, sea creatures, bracelets, necklaces and more from horse and cow bone, fossilised bone, tusks and pink helmet shell.
Day 9 - Day 9 SUNDAY – Fatu Hiva (Omoa – Hanavave)
Fatu Hiva is the most lush and remote island in the archipelago, and is also a centre of Marquesan crafts. In the village of Omoa, women will demonstrate the making of tapa by hammering mulberry, banyan or breadfruit bark on a log. It is then dried and painted with traditional designs. Another demonstration will show the making of the kumuhei, a bouquet used by the local women to perfume their hair. The adjacent craft centre offers tapa, carvings, hand-dyed pareo and some of the finest monoi coconut oil found in these islands. Following the visit of the village, active passengers may choose to hike from Omoa to Hanavave, a 16 km hike offering spectacular views of towering cliffs. A picnic lunch will be served at the summit. Non-hikers will sail on the Aranui to Hanavave’s Bay of Virgins, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Go ashore for a visit of the village and to welcome the hikers.
Day 10 - Day 10 MONDAY – At sea
Enjoy a day at sea to relax by the pool and participate in one of the lectures or activities offered by our guides.
Day 11 - Day 11 TUESDAY – Rangiroa
Rangiroa or “huge sky” is the largest atoll in French Polynesia and the second largest in the world. The seemingly endless blue lagoon attracts divers to snorkel, scuba or shoot the pass surrounded by fish of every size, colour and shape. Rangiroa is famous for its majestic manta rays. It is also home to stunning pearls in all shades and local artisans known for their fine shell jewellery. While in Rangiroa, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent lagoon on a glass bottom boat tour or swimming, snorkelling or diving. You can also visit one of the finest pearl farms in the Tuamotus to learn about these rare gems and see how they are grown.
Day 12 - Day 12 WEDNESDAY – Return to Tahiti (Papeete)
This is the end of our journey. It’s time to say Nānā! (Goodbye) to your travel companions, to the Polynesian staff and Aranui guides.
Day 13 - Please Note:
Itineraries are subject to change.

Trip Dates

StartEndPrice FromRoom Type
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
21-01-202301-02-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
04-02-202315-02-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
04-03-202315-03-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
18-03-202329-03-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
01-04-202312-04-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
06-05-202317-05-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $4,482Class C
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $7,183Stateroom
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $8,805Deluxe
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $9,534Superior Deluxe
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $9,990Junior Suite
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $10,819Premium Suite
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $11,408Royal Suite
20-05-202331-05-2023NZD $14,533Presidential Suite
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
03-06-202314-06-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
17-06-202328-06-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
01-07-202312-07-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
15-07-202326-07-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
29-07-202309-08-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
12-08-202323-08-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
26-08-202306-09-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
23-09-202304-10-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
21-10-202301-11-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
04-11-202315-11-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
18-11-202329-11-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $8,331DOUBLE STATEROOM
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $9,632DELUXE
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $10,394SUPERIOR DELUXE
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $10,870JUNIOR SUITE WITHOUT BALCONY
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $11,491SINGLE STATEROOM
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $11,690DORMITORY - CLASS C - 4 BEDS
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $11,737PREMIUM SUITE
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $11,836ROYAL SUITE WITH OBSTRUCTED VIEW
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $12,352ROYAL SUITE
02-12-202313-12-2023NZD $15,618PRESIDENTIAL SUITE


    • Nuku Hiva (Taiohae/Hatieu/Taipivai)
    • Ua Pou (Hakahau)
    • Ua Huka (Vaipe’e/Hane/Hokatu)
    • Fatu Hiva (Omoa – Hanavave)
    • Rangiroa