Join Sandra and Steve for 10 days of bliss, sailing the South Pacific, a tropical paradise of one gorgeous island after another. Together we will admire the wondrous natural beauty that constantly surrounds us, snorkel in sapphire waters, lounge on pristine beaches, and dig deeper in the fascinating history of these unique destinations. our home base will be the intimate yet luxurious Oceania Marina, designed for epicureans and travel connoisseurs.
Fakarava, French Polynesia (8AM to 6PM). Pure, pristine and dreamlike, the ecosystem of this gorgeous island is home to extremely rare birds, plants and crustaceans. Quaint villages, old coral churches and welcoming people are intertwined with a spectacular lagoon creating a paradise like none other in the world.
Huahine, French Polynesia (8AM to 5PM). "The Garden Island" is filled with easily accessible pristine white beaches kissed by emerald waters; you can rent a bicycle and explore the island, take a boat to the hanging oyster beds to see the black pearl farm, or go on a shark-feeding excursion.
Disembarkation following breakfast and transfer to the airport for our return flight home via LAX. Welcome home!
Airfare from Toronto Cruise in category selected and all meals plus snacks; Unlimited Internet; *Choice of one of the following: - FREE 6 Shore Excursions - FREE Beverage Package - FREE $600.00 Shipboard Credit Pre-paid Gratuities *Please note that some conditions may apply to the choice of perks. Please contact our office or visit the Oceania website for clarification (https://www.oceaniacruises.com/special-offers/olife-choice/) Because of the Choices being offered, we have not attached an application to this program. Please contact the office to make a reservation or address any questions you may have. Cabins can be booked under option for one week after which a deposit of $1000 per person is required.
March 02 - 19, 2021
$4,995 from Toronto based on double occupancy
March 05 - 18, 2021
Land only: $3,010
April 13 - 26, 2021
$4,895 from Toronto, including air, based on double occupancy