French Polynesia and the South Pacific Islands are among the last natural paradises on Earth.

Each Paul Gauguin Cruises itinerary has been meticulously designed to allow guests to explore the pristine shores, turquoise waters, local cultures, rich marine life, and idyllic landscapes of these exceptional islands in comfort and luxury.

Paul Gauguin Cruises’ carefully designed small-ship itineraries range from seven to 14 nights, and feature some of the most iconic and breathtaking spots of the region, such as Tahiti, Huahine, Taha’a, Bora Bora and Moorea. Depending on the itinerary, these cruises can also take you to the untouched beauty of the remote Marquesas islands, diving into the world-renowned waters of the Tuamotu Archipelago, exploring the richness of the Cook Islands and delving into the culture of Fiji and Tonga.

2021 Cruises



Le Paul Gauguin

Set sail on Le Paul Gauguin for an unforgettable introductory eight-day voyage to French Polynesia. This wonderful cruise whisks you away to some of the region’s most iconic islands including Bora Bora and Moorea, home to exceptional coral reefs, sumptuous lagoons, pearl farms and white sandy beaches. You will also visit Huahine’s fascinating archaeological sites and enjoy relaxing time on Motu Mahana, an idyllic private islet off Taha’a.



Le Paul Gauguin

This 11-day voyage lets you marvel at the world’s most beautiful lagoons in Bora Bora, and discover the ‘infinite lagoon’ of Rangiroa, Polynesia’s biggest atoll with its wall of sharks and rich marine wildlife. You will have the chance to visit the Rangiroa black pearl farm and explore the Fakarava UNESCO Biosphere Reserve or opt for a scenic seaplane flight over the lush landscapes of Taha’a and the remains of WWII from above.



Le Paul Gauguin

A 15-day itinerary that combines the best of French Polynesia. In the Marquesas Islands, immerse yourself in Polynesian culture: ancient crafts in Fatu Hiva, sculpted works in Tahuata and 7,000 petroglyphs in Taiohae. Visit the Fakarava UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the Tuamotus, dive with eagle rays, blacktip sharks and exotic fish. Visit pineapple plantations or relax on unspoilt beaches, including private beach on Motu Mahana.