South Pacific Overview
South Pacific Cruises
The South Pacific, from Australia and New Zealand to the many Polynesian Islands, is known around the globe as a region of unending beaches, unique culture, and soothing beauty – and cruise vacations provide unlimited access to the coral islands and inviting shores of these destinations.
From exciting local festivities and traditions to the vast blue ocean on every side, a cruise vacation to the South Pacific is nothing short of breathtaking, and New Zealand and Australia are no exception.
Australia represents the smallest of the Earth’s seven continents, and with everything from hot red deserts to lush green rainforests, it is a destination not to be missed. Guests can explore a variety of activities including snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef, learning about Australia’s unique indigenous culture, viewing the unmatched modern architecture of Sydney, and enjoying outstanding shopping venues at each location.
New Zealand welcomes cruise guests with awe-inspiring scenery and unlimited possibilities from volcanic mountain hikes and winding fjords to exciting city centers and kind local residents. New Zealand offers natural health spas and geo-thermal bathing pools, award-winning winery’s perfect for an afternoon tour, and unforgettable whale watching from the balcony of a cruise ship nearly year-round.
The South Pacific region is saturated with spectacular destinations, and with the value offered by cruising, thousands of travelers per year are privileged to encounter each of the various aspects of these captivating locales and create memories that last a lifetime.
Cruises to South Pacific
- Azamara Cruises to South Pacific
- Celebrity Cruises to South Pacific
- Crystal Cruises to South Pacific
- Holland America to South Pacific
- Oceania Cruises to South Pacific
- Paul Gauguin Cruises to South Pacific
- Princess Cruises to South Pacific
- Royal Caribbean to South Pacific
- Seabourn Cruises to South Pacific
- Silversea Cruises to South Pacific
- Windstar Cruises to South Pacific