South Pacific Cruises

Cruises to the South Pacific

Imagine the ultimate paradise; you're likely to find it in the South Pacific. Reachable from Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific includes popular islands like Fiji, Bora Bora, Tahiti and Samoa as well as more remote stops that are diverse in culture, history, languages, geology and scenery. On a South Pacific cruise, you can enjoy relaxed beaches and some of the world's best water sports.

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  • Fun but definitely not fancy
    yankeegirlinkiwiland
    We chose this cruise as a fun school holidays kick-off for ourselves, our 9 year old son and 3 other families with similar age kids. Was meant to be a Comedy cruise - but, for us at least, it was more of a family fun cruise. We've been on one ... Read more
  • This was our first cruise with children and therefore our first with Carnival, we usually go for more upmarket ships but had reset our expectations for this cruise. Overall it was a good holiday and the kids had a good time, but the age of the ship ... Read more
  • Fantastic cruise
    happycruiser60
    This was my first cruise, and it was fantastic, could not fault anything at all, . the 1st night we dined in the Dragon Lady and it was very nice, next night was at Angelos (Italian ) again very nice, the rest of the cruise we dined in the Water ... Read more
  • Sure the ship is old despite a recent refurbishment, but for the most part the cruise was awesome. Our cabin (2 adults and 2 kids on bunks) was cramped and dated - but who is going to spend more than 8 hrs locked in a cabin apart from sick and ... Read more
  • We chose this cruise as a way of seeing Tahiti and the Society Islands while staying in the comfort of our lovely stateroom. The ship is not too big and carries fewer passengers than the big cruise lines and we prefer the intimacy of a smaller ship. ... Read more
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  • My husband and I wanted a short break to get away between work commitments, and this was our first cruise on the Carnival line because it was the only cruise that suited both of our available dates for travel. We booked a suite at the back of the ... Read more
  • We really enjoyed our WindSpirt Cruise. The staff and crew was 5 star all the way. The only thing I would caution about is that there are no elevators. The sleeping decks are on decks 1 and 2. Breakfast is on deck 4 and is only accessible via ... Read more