Experience the luxury of the French Polynesian Islands in the South Pacific with Paul Gauguin Cruises. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the award-winning luxury cruise line offers special sweetheart sailings on its 2018–2019 voyages.
The Take your Sweetie to Tahiti special offers guest a $200 per-stateroom credit for the onboard Deep Nature Spa, a box of chocolates and sparkling wine onboard select sailings to Tahiti. Aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin, guests receive 50 percent off standard all-inclusive cruise fares including round-trip airfare from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Explore the Deep Nature Spa enjoying a Bora Bora deep blue massage, black sand body scrub and Polynesian specialties with your partner, or head over solo. Enjoy luxury facials and professional skin care treatments while your Valentine explores the ship.
Take in the tranquil beauty of the South Pacific as the Gauguin offers the ideal setting for a romantic getaway, anniversary celebration or vow renewal. Explore the islands of French Polynesia by land or sea excursions, or take in the view from the privacy of your suite’s balcony.
Check out Paul Gauguin’s upcoming luxury voyages and book your excursion by Feb. 17, for an exclusive Valentine’s Day gift for you and your partner.
Want to make it a family trip instead? Check out PG Cruise’s family program, Stewards of Nature. The program partners with the Wildlife Conservation Society bringing a unique wildlife conservation effort to kids, teens and families aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin.
Discover wildlife in natural habitats during interactive lessons and hands-on experiences. Kids and teens (ages 7–17) explore island wildlife during naturalist-led beach excursions. Kids, teens and parents enjoy science activities and games as well as arts and crafts. Head out on a snorkeling excursion with the kids and observe marine life by day and the stars by night with the onboard telescope.
Become a Steward of Nature with the kids while educating them on the importance of wildlife preservation — all while basking in the lap of luxury.
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