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31 Night - 32-Day Tahiti, Hawaii & South Pacific Crossing Cruise

Visit all the beautiful destinations of the Pacific Ocean for less than $120 per night!

Package Details

Overview

From AU$3,093* twin share

Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Ship: Crown Princess
Duration: 31 Nights
Cabin: Inside
Ports: San Francisco to Sydney


Itinerary

San Francisco, Los Angeles, At Sea, Honolulu (Hawaii), Maui (Hawaii), Tahiti (Papeete), French Polynesia, Moorea, French Polynesia, At Sea, Cross International Date Line, At Sea, Bay of Islands (New Zealand, Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand), Napier (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Picton (New Zealand), At Sea, Sydney

 


Description

Pricing based on departure date: 24 September 2024. 

Disembark in Auckland available as well. 

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Visit all the beautiful destinations of the Pacific Ocean for less than $100 per night! 

Itinerary Map

Map shows port stops for Tahiti, Hawaii & South Pacific Crossing. For more details, refer to the List of Port Stops table on this page.

Your Ship: Crown Princess

Enjoy sweeping views of the world while sailing on Crown Princess. From her nearly 900 balconies to the breathtaking three-story Atrium, you'll discover a relaxing atmosphere filled with an array of world class entertainment and dining options that will greet you each day when you return from making fascinating discoveries ashore.

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Detailed Itinerary 

San Francisco

The darling of the West Coast is an offbeat, relatively small metropolis with an infinite number of personalities. Part chic, part Victorian, part hippie and part alternative, it is one of the U.S.'s most beloved cities. Its culturally strong neighbourhoods attest to its rich diversity and open-minded attitudes.

Los Angeles

Discover Los Angeles multicultural history by walking through its diverse selection of neighborhoods: See the ornate Twin Towers Dragon Gateway in Chinatown and the traditional Mexican shopping stalls and vendors of Olvera Street. Then, chill by the beach at Santa Monica Pier, or take the iconic drive down Sunset Boulevard, one of the most often-filmed thoroughfares in the country.

Honolulu

Urban sophistication and an unhurried lifestyle are the two most notable characteristics of this chic Hawaiian paradise. Honolulu is a modern city combining eastern and western influences, and its dazzling beaches and crimson sunsets make for an unforgettable vacation.

How Did Hawaii Become a US State? - WorldAtlas

Maui

Your Maui cruise arrives in a historic town that was a favorite spot of Hawaiian royalty. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, in the mid-1800s Lahaina was an important Pacific whaling port. Lahainas Front Street is ranked as one of the top ten greatest streets.

Maui - The Valley Isle of Hawaii | The Traveller

Papeete

Welcome to the largest city on the island of Tahiti, and the capital French Polynesia. Here you'll find a busy government centre and industrial port with a lot of charm. It's also a great starting point to explore Tahiti's several lagoons, black and white sand beaches, and volcanoes as well.

Moorea

Moorea's craggy volcanic peaks, reflected in the tranquil waters of Cook's and Oponohu bays, protrude from the island's basaltic base. Lush mountain slopes are covered with rainforest or pineapple plantations, and white sand beaches border crystalline lagoons.

Moorea Is The World's Most Beautiful Island You've Never Heard Of ...

Bay of Islands

Here you can see where modern New Zealand was born. The Bay of Islands is located 140 miles north of Auckland, New Zealand, in the long finger-like stretch that runs from Auckland to Cape Reinga. Geographically speaking, the Bay of Islands is a "drowned river system" - an area where the sea has inundated a series of river valleys. The Bay of Islands is the finest Maritime Park in New Zealand, with secluded bays and an abundance of marine life. Ever since Captain Cook sailed into this bay containing nearly 150 islands, the region has become a sightseer and settler's delight. Every imaginable water sport is pursued with big game fishing a particular favorite. The Bay's three principal towns Waitangi, Paihia and Russell provide excellent tourist facilities while retaining many monuments to their lively histories.

Auckland

Auckland is a lively fusion of international style, local creativity and Polynesian charm. Its urban personality is bold, fast and fashionable, while its seaside ambiance ranges from rugged and untamed to smooth and tranquil.

Traveler Guide: The Perfect our Trip

Tauranga

The principal city of the Bay of Plenty is a popular Kiwi summer resort with notorious military and missionary legacies. Its legendary Waitomo Caves comprises a vast underground network of water-sculpted, cathedral-like limestone grottoes. Big-game fishing and scuba diving abounds.

Napier

The seaport tourist city of Napier located on Hawke Bay allows cruisers to marvel at the beautiful Pania of the Reef, an important figure of M?ori mythology. Thousands go here every February to attend the Tremains Art Deco Weekend event to celebrate the city's Art Deco inspired heritage.

Wellington

Perched on the edge of a spectacular harbour and encircled by green, towering hills, Wellington is a stunning and compact city. Vibrant, exciting and cultured, New Zealand's capital combines the sophistication of a big city with the quirkiness of a charming village.

Picton

Picton, on the northeast corner of New Zealands South Island, provides access to the beautiful Marlborough Sounds and to New Zealands most famous wine region, Marlborough, home to the worlds best Sauvignon Blanc

Sydney

Australia's most illustrious city is the country's capital in everything but name. It possesses one of the most beautiful harbour settings in the world, and emanates with a intermingling of history, ruggedness and sophistication.

Terms & Conditions

Conditions apply. Subject to availability and change without notice. Full supplier conditions apply. Valid for new bookings only. Prices valid at the time of publication. Prices are per person based on twin share occupancy unless otherwise stated and displayed in AU$. Member savings are calculated using the original advertised price.

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