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Heavenly Treasures of the South Pacific

From Tahiti to Fiji

10 Days

With so many different island groups spread across the one majestic sea, finding a route that encompasses all the delights of the South Pacific is a blissfully difficult mission. From the chic beachfront of Tahiti to the captivating culture of the Cook Islands, sailing the islands of the South Pacific is a voyage of many scenes and sights. You are bound to find spectacular diving, fine cuisine and stunning natural scenes on each island; each infused with its own lifestyle and traditions to ensure no two are quite the same.

  • Day 1
    Tahiti
    Tahiti

    Begin your journey from the beautiful island of Tahiti, a member of the Society Island group in French Polynesia. The best way to arrive at the island is via flight to the capital of Papeete which is a wonder to explore with its quaint museums, gorgeous coastal drives and friendly locals.

  • Day 2
    Tahiti – Bora Bora
    Tahiti – Bora Bora

    Perhaps the most famous of the Polynesian islands is Bora Bora, appearing on countless postcards and travel photographs around the world. Everything you would imagine an island paradise to be can be found in Bora Bora; soft beaches, turquoise lagoons, flowered hills, and colourful reefs. A destination for luxury, there are also excellent restaurants, bars and spas to be found and several days could easily be spent relaxing amongst this oasis.

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  • Day 3-4
    Bora Bora – Atiu, Cook Islands
    Bora Bora – Atiu, Cook Islands

    Spend some time relaxing on board your yacht and enjoy any one of its entertainment options as you sail towards the Cook Islands. Arrive at the colourful island of Atiu with its intriguing bird life and excellent snorkel and dive sites. This is also a great spot for whale spotting as pilot whales call the waters surrounding the island home all year round.

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  • Day 5
    Atiu - Aitutaki, Cook Islands
    Atiu - Aitutaki, Cook Islands

    Aitutaki is a must-see with its azure lagoons, striking coral reefs teeming fish and sublime island beaches.

  • Day 6-7
    Aitutaki – Vava’u Islands, Tonga
    Aitutaki – Vava’u Islands, Tonga

    Far west in the South Pacific lays the Kingdom of Tonga, a fair day’s sail from the Cook Islands. Using the town of Neiafu as a base, explore the maze of islands that surround the glittering islands. Neiafu itself is a glimpse into traditional Tongan life with its colourful markets, small communities and cultural exhibitions.

  • Day 8
    Vava’u – Niuafo’ou, Tonga
    Vava’u – Niuafo’ou, Tonga

    As Tonga’s most northerly island, Niuafo’ou greets visitors with its distinctive black sand beach and caldera lake that shimmers with the silvery fish that swim within it. The island itself is the tip of an underwater volcano and its recent eruptions have seen lava turn certain areas a shade of black.

  • Day 9
    Niuafo’ou – Taveuni, Fiji
    Niuafo’ou – Taveuni, Fiji

    Sail today towards the final nation on the itinerary, Fiji. The third largest of the Fijian Islands is Taveuni also known as “the garden island” due to its rich vegetation. On shore you can hike to the tumbling waterfalls in the Bouma National Park or catch a glimpse into Fijian culture in the rustic villages. Snorkelling and diving is also spectacular in this part of the South Pacific.

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  • Day 10
    Taveuni – Viti Levu, Fiji
    Taveuni – Viti Levu, Fiji

    End your South Pacific Island voyage in Viti Levu, the largest of the Fijian Islands. Swathed in brilliant fields of orchids and small villages boasting sublime views, the island also boasts luxury hotels and indulgent spas if you wish to extend your stay here.

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