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    Tahiti Roundtrip Luxury Cruise
    11 nights
    from $13,000* per person twin share
    US$1,000 shipboard credit per suite, 2-category suite upgrade, 15% reduced cruise deposit plus all meals and drinks
    Just saying the words "French Polynesia" instantly conjures up images of turquoise seas and colourful marine life. And, once you visit, you'll discover that your imagination isn't too off the mark. On this 11-night journey you're in for an ultra-luxury island-hopping adventure around this beautiful archipelago, diving into the culture and traditions of each island, as well as the prismatic soapy seas. An overnight in Bora Bora offers a chance to not only bathe in the fabled natural lagoon, but to enjoy a postcard-worthy sunset. Enjoy a full day exploring Moorea, home to rugged mountain peaks and picturesque lagoons full of intriguing marine life. Following days of island exploration, you’ll return to the comfort of your luxurious suite onboard Silver Shadow, where Silversea’s intuitive butler service and choice of gourmet dining options await.
    Your package includes: Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Your package includes:

    • 11 nights aboard Silver Shadow in a Superior Veranda Suite
    • US$1,000 shipboard credit per suite
    • Two-category suite upgrade
    • 15% reduced cruise deposit
    • All meals and premium beverages
    • One shore excursion per day, per person
    • Mave Mai traditional welcome
    • Taipivai Valley scenic drive
    • Butler service
    • Tax and port fees
    • Unlimited Wi-Fi
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    On your 11-night journey through idyllic tropical waters, you’ll visit these destinations:

    • Papeetee (Tahiti)
    • Fakarava, Tuamotu Archipelago
    • Atuona – Hiva Oa, Marquesas Island
    • Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands
    • Rangiroa
    • Bora Bora (Society Islands)
    • Raiatea
    • Moorea Island


    Valid for travel
    Cruise departing 2 Mar 2025. Subject to availability. Other departure dates available. Seasonal surcharges may apply. Ask your personal travel manager for a quote.
    Offer expires
    31 May 2024 unless sold prior


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    Day 1

    Papeetee (Tahiti), French Polynesia

    Papeete is the centre of the tropical paradise of French Polynesia, where islands fringed with gorgeous beaches and turquoise ocean await to soothe the soul. This spirited city is the capital of French Polynesia, and serves as a superb base for onward exploration of Tahiti – an island of breathtaking landscapes and oceanic vistas.

    Day 2

    Fakarava, Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia

    The tiny village of Tetamanu, situated by the southern pass, was once the capital of the Tuamotus and houses the first church built in the archipelago in 1874. In 2006 the entire atoll was deemed an UNESCO biosphere reserve; to preserve the lagoon no overwater bungalows have been built in it. Fakarava was “discovered” by Russian explorer Fabian Gottlieb Von Bellingshausen in 1820; some 20 years later missionaries arrived, in the guise of fanatical Catholic priest Honore Laval, and began building churches.

    Day 3

    Day at sea

    Day 4

    Atuona - Hiva Oa, Marquesas Island, French Polynesia

    The largest of the southern islands, Hiva Oa, the master pillar or finial post of the ‘Great House’ – which represents the Marquesan archipelago in the local mythology – has always been the rival of Nuku Hiva. The island is shaped like a seahorse and has a mountain range running southwest to northeast whose main peaks, Mt. Temetiu and Mt. Feani form a real wall around Atuona. Atuona, a peaceful little port at the head of the Taaoa Bay, also known as Traitors Bay, has emerged from obscurity due to having had the privilege of being the last resting place of Paul Gauguin and of the singer Jacques Brel. The tombs of these famous personalities are on the side of the Calvary cemetery looking out across the bay and are places of great pilgrimage. In the village, the Gauguin Museum displays items related to the painter’s stay there at the beginning of the century and has copies of his works.

    Day 5

    Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia

    Think of French Polynesia and you are automatically transported to the white sands of Tahiti, the blue seas of Bora Bora or, at the very least, the iconic statues of Easter Island. Now, imagine a place that is home to that majestic trinity, but has no crowds and is full of island authenticity that is rare in these global times. You have just imagined Nuku Hiva. The island is the second largest after Tahiti in the archipelago, but is yet to be discovered by tourism.

    Day 6

    Day at sea

    Day 7

    Rangiroa, French Polynesia

    Rangiroa is French Polynesia’s largest atoll. More than 400 motu (islets) enclose the lagoon, which is so wide and long that one cannot see the southern row of motu from the two main islets in the north –hence the local name Rangiroa meaning wide or long sky, sometimes taken as “immense sky”. There are several passes from the ocean into the lagoon and the two main villages of Avatoru and Tiputa are located next to the passes of the same names. Drift diving and snorkeling the incoming tides looking for sharks and manta rays at these passes is one of Rangiroa’s main touristic draws.

    Day 8

    Bora Bora (Society Islands), French Polynesia

    If you have ever dreamt up your ideal island holiday, we suspect it goes something like this: Soapy blue seas? Check. Sparkling white beaches? Check. Thatched wooden huts, gently sloping palm trees and kaleidoscopic marine life? Check, check and check. And yet, even by ticking every box, first time viewing of Bora Bora still beggars belief. This tropical hideaway less than 12 m2 in the heart of the South Pacific has been toping travel wish lists for years. Long considered the realm of honeymooners – spectacularly romantic sunsets are a speciality – Bora Bora is not just for wandering with your love. If the prismatic shades of blue of the world’s most beautiful lagoon do not fill you up, then perhaps underwater scooters and aqua Safaris will charge your batteries. If exploring Bora Bora’s lush hinterland is more your glass of tequila sunrise, then trips around the island (often stopping off at the celebrity haunt Bloody Mary Restaurant & Bar) are a must.

    Day 9

    Bora Bora (Society Islands), French Polynesia

    If exploring Bora Bora’s lush hinterland is more your glass of tequila sunrise, then trips around the island (often stopping off at the celebrity haunt Bloody Mary Restaurant & Bar) are a must.

    Day 10

    Raiatea, French Polynesia

    Known as the “Sacred Island,” Raiatea is a fascinating haunt for archaeologists and historians as it’s one of the islands in the Pacific where Polynesian culture can trace its roots. Visitors will find many of the older Polynesian structures still in place and are fascinating places to explore.

    Day 11

    Moorea Island, French Polynesia

    Moorea is a high mountainous island with two nearly symmetrical bays found on the north coast. The island’s triangular shape has been likened to a heart or a bat. Eight mountain peaks reaching a height of up to 1,207 meters give Moorea a very rugged silhouette. The reef surrounding the island encloses a narrow lagoon –a RAMSAR Wetland- and has barely any motu (reef islets). Sharks and rays are some of the lagoon’s attractions.

    Day 12

    Papeetee (Tahiti), French Polynesia

    A wonderful lagoon of crisp, clear water begs to be snorkelled, stunning black beaches and blowholes pay tribute to the island’s volcanic heritage, and lush green mountains beckon you inland on adventures, as you explore extraordinary Tahiti. Visit to relax and settle into the intoxicating rhythm of life in this Polynesian paradise.

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    Advertised prices are per person twin share, correct at time of publication and are subject to availability and change and can be withdrawn or amended at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. Offer is not combinable with any other offer. Offer valid on new, individual bookings made between 2 May, 2024 and 31 May, 2024 on select voyages. On Silver Shadow guests will receive a complimentary two-category price downgrade. Guests who book a Deluxe Veranda will pay the Classic Veranda fare, guests who book a Superior Veranda will pay the Vista fare. The price downgrade cannot be applied on upper suites (Medallion, Premium Medallion, Junior, Grand, Silver, Signature, Master, Royal, Grand, Owner, Otium). Guests also benefit from a shipboard credit of USD 500 per person limited to two guests per suite, combinable with the category price downgrade (together “the Offer”). Offer available only on Door-to-Door and Port-to-Port fares (fare code: 03). Offer not available on Special Combination voyages, Grand Voyages, and World Cruises (including segments). This offer is subject to suite availability. The shipboard credit cannot be applied independently from the price downgrade. Offer not combinable with any other public or close user group promotion.  Promotion combinable with Promotional Groups, Event Certificates, National Account Amenities, Referral Savings, Onboard Savings, Combination Savings, promotional pre/post land programs, Kids Savings and Venetian Society Savings. Cancel and re-books do not qualify. The promotion is capacity controlled and can be removed at any time without prior notice. Visit silversea.com for full conditions Single supplements apply and vary by voyage. Other restrictions may apply. For complete terms and conditions visit silversea.com. Itineraries subject to change. Change and cancellation fees may apply. Your personal travel manager may charge additional service fees. Other conditions apply. Please view the TravelManagers general terms and conditions here and contact your personal travel manager for more details.

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