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Cook Islands & Society Islands 11–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Cook Islands & Society Islands 11–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Departure Date: January 18, 2020 Prices starting from $6,695 (includes airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco*) This 11-night odyssey showcases the region’s incredible diversity of scenery, from Aitutaki’s low-lying islands to the jagged peaks and deep valleys of fertile Rarotonga, which was simply called “Paradise” by the first European explorers. Continue to the Society […]

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Society Islands & Tuamotus 10–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Society Islands & Tuamotus 10–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Departure Date: January 29, 2020 Prices starting from $6,495 (includes airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco*)Special Offer Beauty surrounds you on this 10-day sojourn, both on land and underwater. The Society Islands beckon with lush rainforests, crystal-clear lagoons, and warm breezes that encourage nothing but indulgent beachside lounging. Continue on to the Tuamotu Archipelago, […]

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Tahiti & the Society Islands 7–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Tahiti & the Society Islands 7–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Departure Date: January 11, February 15, February 22 2020 Prices starting from $5,095 (includes airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco*) Discover your own island inspiration in the destination that enchanted painter Paul Gauguin, author James A. Michener, and countless others. In one wonderful week, you’ll explore the best of the South Pacific, with stops […]

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Society Islands & Tahiti Iti 7–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Society Islands & Tahiti Iti 7–night Cruise with Paul Gauguin

Departure Date: January 4, 2020 Prices starting from $5,095 (includes airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco*) Big discoveries await you in “Little Tahiti” (Tahiti Iti), the smaller of the two landmasses that comprise the island of Tahiti. No other cruise line offers you the opportunity to explore this region of wild coastline, ancient petroglyphs […]

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Dream in Blue with Paul Gauguin

Dream in Blue with Paul Gauguin

Earn up to $500 per stateroom shipboard credit, with reduced deposit on select luxury voyages to paradise! The color blue is associated with depth and stability; it’s the color of the sea and the heavens. In French Polynesia, our home, you can look out and see infinite shades of blue. Our dream is to share […]

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Traditional Russian Folk Dancing with Viking Cruises

Traditional Russian Folk Dancing with Viking Cruises

Most would easily recognize the stomping, clapping, and split jumps as the traditional Russian folk dance but how did it come to be? The dance came to be during the 10th century during various invasions, including the Polish Expedition to Kiev and the Rus’-Bysantine War, and their connection with parts of Asia through trade. With […]

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REAL ID

REAL ID

On October 1, 2020 the REAL ID act will go into the final stages of its enactment for commercial air travel.  This means your standard driver’s license may not be accepted by TSA at the airport.   Driver’s licenses need to be REAL ID compliant to be used as identification to fly domestically. This includes scannable microchip technology […]

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Sun, Sand, and Pyramids

Sun, Sand, and Pyramids

Viking may know the European rivers like the back of their hands but did you know that they cruise through Egypt as well?! What does an Egyptian sailing look like, you might wonder? A serene exploration, with sandy hills, Aswan markets to explore, religious history to soak in, and of course, the pyramids in Giza. […]

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The Hidden Heart Under Taylor Glacier

The Hidden Heart Under Taylor Glacier

The world continues to surprise us as scientists are able to uncover new discoveries about her unexplained phenomenon’s. In 1911, Blood Falls was discovered off the east coast of Antarctic. Geomicrobiologist, Jill Mikucki and her team, published a study in 2015 that supported the idea that there is a hidden lake underneath the permafrost of […]

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5 Senses Travel: South America with Seabourn

5 Senses Travel: South America with Seabourn

Beyond our camera’s and the Instagramable moments in South America, Seabourn gets you upfront seats to using all your senses in the best ways imaginable.  Smell of the Sea | Armacao Dos Buzios, Brazil – Board a schooner and enjoy a cruise to see twelve beaches as well as Branca Island, Feia Island, and Caboclo […]

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