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How much does a cruise to South Pacific cost?

Cruise prices to South Pacific depend on several factors including duration, cruise line, cabin experience, time of year and even the departure port. You can easily discover exciting cruise trip itineraries on Expedia, unbeatable South Pacific cruise prices and exclusive South Pacific cruise 2024 offers.

Why should I go on a cruise to South Pacific?

A South Pacificn cruise is a wonderful way to visit new countries and explore diverse cultures with rich histories. The continent is known for its variety of picturesque landscapes—from white-sand beaches to dense jungles to soaring mountains. So, whether you’re an art enthusiast, an avid hiker, a thrill-seeker or a laid-back beachgoer, there are multiple South Pacificn cruise destinations to choose from that you’re guaranteed to tell stories about someday.

How can I find a cheap South Pacificn cruise?

To find the best South Pacificn cruise deals, simply sort your results by price from lowest to highest. The results will automatically display the best discount cruises first so you can choose from several top cruise deals.

Where can I find the best South Pacificn cruise deals?

You can easily find cheap cruises to South Pacific that are tailored to you on Expedia. The price of a cruise to South Pacific may vary by season and duration. It’s important to remember that peak cruise season in South Pacific is from November to early May. Once you know your travel dates and desired itinerary, you can find a cruise and book your cruise trip with one of the many top cruise lines.

What to look out for when you book your South Pacificn cruise?

When booking cruise tickets to South Pacific, it’s important to know that your starting port may differ from your final port. As air travel is often not included, you’ll be responsible for making your own air travel arrangements and you may need to book flights from different airports or countries. Destinations will vary depending on which cruise line you choose, so it’s recommended to look into this before booking. By making note of the best cruise lines in South Pacific, you can travel safely and in ultimate comfort.

How to book a cruise to South Pacific on Expedia?

Booking your dream South Pacificn cruise vacation is made easy on Expedia. Just visit the ‘Cruises’ page, select ‘South Pacific’ as the destination, input the number of travellers and choose your dates. Then, you can easily sort the results by cruise line, cabin experience, date, duration, price and cruise terminal. Once you find a cruise, you’ll choose your cabin and then be redirected to finalize your details. After that, it’s officially time to get ready for your cruise vacation!

How can I find last-minute cruise deals to South Pacific?

You can find last-minute South Pacificn cruise deals on Expedia by selecting your travel dates and sorting the results by price. Valid cruise deals will automatically be applied to the price displayed. Last-minute deals on cruises to South Pacific allow you to discover new cultures and make new stories.

Do you need a passport to cruise to South Pacific?

Yes, Canadian citizens are required to have their passports for cruises that go to South Pacific. A valid passport is needed when entering each country in South Pacific, but a tourist visa is not needed for stays of less than 90 days in most South Pacificn countries. A closed-loop cruise to South Pacific is not possible from Canada so you should ensure you have a valid passport at the time of entry and departure.

Can I cancel my South Pacificn cruise booking?

It’s possible to cancel your cruise to South Pacific in the ‘Trips’ section on Expedia or by contacting customer service. A customer service representative can help modify or cancel your cruise trip. It’s important to be mindful of the various cancellation and refund policies as they are determined by the cruise line. You're more likely to receive a better refund the further in advance you cancel your cruise trip.

Why should I book a cruise to South Pacific with Expedia?

Booking a cruise trip to South Pacific with Expedia gives you the freedom and flexibility to choose your dream cruise vacation. You’ll gain access to the top cruise deals to several destinations in South Pacific so that you can explore all the continent has to offer. Expedia Rewards members can book a cruise and earn points towards discounts on future travel.

What are the best things to do on a South Pacificn cruise?

The possibilities are endless on (and off) a boat cruise to South Pacific. Onboard, you’ll be able to access guest amenities, taste the various dining options and take part in organized activities and events. Once your cruise ship reaches land, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the culture by taking part in local traditions, trying new foods and exploring cultural and historical sites.

What should I pack for my South Pacific cruise?

The climate in South Pacific varies by country. Several countries in South Pacific are below the equator which means their seasons are opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere. What you pack will depend entirely on your itinerary and the time of year you embark on your cruise vacation. To experience the best South Pacific cruise, it’s advised to pack comfortable clothes, sturdy walking shoes, bug spray, sunscreen and a portable charger to ensure you document all your adventure(s).

About Cruises to South Pacific

Succumb to the luminous turquoise seas, powder-soft beaches, year-round sunshine and extraordinary cultural traditions as you set sail across this exotic region.

Composed of 7,500 picturesque islands, the South Pacific is replete with stretches of pristine beaches, vivid coral reefs and swathes of unspoiled natural scenery, and a South Pacific cruise vacation is sure to delight passengers with a little piece of paradise, right here on Earth. The chain of islands in the South Pacific region, which include noted vacation hotspots such as Tahiti, Fiji and Bora Bora, are commonly grouped into three areas: Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. Although these island nations have some similarities, they are also incredibly varied and diverse with their own unique cultures, histories, languages and scenery.

Polynesia is perhaps the most popular of the three, and include islands such as Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Samoa. Papeete, the capital of Tahiti, is where most South Pacific cruises begin and end, and the lively atmosphere of the city is complemented by the island’s dramatic cliffs, lush vegetation and secluded beach grottos. Bora Bora has magnificent lagoons and offers a vast array of thrilling water sports and outdoor activities, such as shark and ray feeding excursions. In Samoa, passengers can snorkel at the Palolo Deep Marine Reserve to view the walls of brilliant coral and incredible marine life.

Melanesia is comprised of the mountainous islands of the Western Pacific such as Fiji, Vanuatu, New Guinea, and New Caledonia. New Caledonia is famous for its stunning snorkeling sites, where passengers can snorkel among colorful clownfish, nudibranchs and other species of marine life. In Fiji, South Pacific cruise passengers are well poised to explore the Yasawas, a 20-island archipelago celebrated for its immaculate white sand beaches, luminous turquoise waters and variegated coral reefs. For outdoor enthusiasts, Vanuatu is home to Mount Yasur, an active caldera which visitors can hike to, while New Guinea if famed for its verdant tropical fjords.

Micronesia consists of islands such as Palau, Kiribati and Guam. With its diversity of cultures, landscapes and languages, Micronesia is a popular destination for many cruises to the South Pacific. In Palau, passengers can explore the natural beauty of the Rock Islands by kayak, or they can visit the Badrulchau Monoliths on Babeldaob Island. Kiribati is a birdwatcher’s paradise, especially on Christmas Island, while Guam is home to a vast underwater world brimming with diverse marine life, colorful corals and World War II wrecks.

The South Pacific is blessed with a tropical climate year-round, and setting sail on a South Pacific cruise at any time of year will not disappoint. However, the best time to go on a cruise to the South Pacific is during the dry season, which takes place from May to October. South Pacific cruise deals can typically be found during the wet season between November and April, when the rain and humidity increase.

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