Many cruise ships stop in Polynesia, often for a very short time. However, it is a good way to discover our islands without having to unpack and repack your luggage at each stop, or to waste time on inter island flights. After this taste of paradise, you’ll have to come back to discover more. Among these regular liners there is the Gauguin and the Aranui (the latter does not make a stop in Moorea), which are liners based in Polynesia. But there are also the Solstice, le Radiance, Insignia, Windspirit, Sun Princess, Veendam, Seabourn odyssey, Artania, Silver whisper, Ms marina, Blackwatch, Europa, Costa luminosa, Statendam, Albatros, Celebrity millennium, Radiance of the sea, Celebrity solstice, Sea princess, Carnival legend, Explorer of the seas, Dawn Princess, Hanseatic, Europa 2, Crystal symphony, Sirena, Maasdam, Crystal serenity, Emerald princess..
When you leave the ship be aware of the sun, and use a high SP sunscreen. There are no sidewalks on our unspoiled island, and walking on the shoulder of the road is not easy. On the quays you’ll find craftsmen, and it’s a good opportunity to buy your souvenirs because shops are further away. Prepare your arrival and reserve your island tour and your private transport in advance. In general, making a reservation directly with a local operator is less costly than on board. And, of course, don’t hesitate to reserve your island tour with us. Sam will share his culture with you and will tell you the history of Moorea and its legends.
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