Paul Gauguin Cruises, which operates luxury voyages in the South Pacific, has announced plans to sail to Bali in 2017.
The 16-night voyage departs Fiji on 29 April 2017 and visits Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Komodo and Lombok, before arriving in the Balinese port of Benoa. A reverse 17-night Bali to Fiji itinerary is also available, departing on 7 June 2017.
In addition to these voyages, Paul Gauguin will offer its usual range of South Pacific cruises in 2017, including a seven-, 10- and 14-night cruises around the islands of French Polynesia, an 11-night cruise to the Cook Islands and French Polynesia, and 12- and 13-night voyages around French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, Tonga and Fiji.
These voyages feature complimentary access to Paul Gauguin Cruises’ two island retreats – Motu Mahana, an islet off the coast of Taha’a, and a private beach in Bora Bora.
All cruises will be operated by the company’s luxury, 332-passenger vessel, MS Paul Gauguin.
Paul Gauguin Cruises has also formed a new global collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). Beginning in 2017, WCS will offer onboard educational programmes for guests, including lectures about marine science and wildlife conservation in the South Pacific.
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