Princess Cruises Transpacific Cruises

If you really want to travel in style, take a Princess Cruises transpacific cruise. These cruises cross the greatest of oceans, the Pacific. Most sailings originate in North or South America, sailing to island regions like Hawaii and French Polynesia while stopping on islands like Tahiti, Fiji and New Caledonia. Princess Cruises’ transpacific cruises have interesting ports, where the people are friendly and the weather is nearly always perfect. You’ll also enjoy a mix of relaxing sea days where you can focus on you. This is a journey, not a mode of transportation. On these Princess transpacific cruises you’ll revive as you stimulate all of your senses with beauty.

 

Things to Do on a Transpacific Cruise with Princess Cruises

 

Sailing across the Pacific on a Princess cruise allows for you to unwind in lands that are known for their pure beauty. These are lands where ancient traditions are still observed and the people live off the land. Highlighted below are some of the best ways to spend your time when cruising across the Pacific Ocean with Princess Cruises:

 


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  • Volcanoes National Park (Hilo, Hawaii)
    Get up close and personal with the Kilauea Caldera and the Halemaumau Crater and see twisted lava rock flows, lava beds and other interesting land formations at the Volcanoes National Park. Before you get to the park, stop at the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory.
     

 


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  • Fiji Fishing Expedition (Port Denarau, Fiji)
    Enjoy the beautiful Fiji surroundings as you spend an afternoon basking in the sunshine on a fishing expedition. You’ll head off the coast of Viti Levu in search of your big catch.
     

 


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  • Moorea’s Lagoon and Coral Motu Snorkel (Moorea, Polynesia)
    Snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Polynesia at a reef with lots of coral, which attracts fish of all shapes and colors. You’ll even have a chance to encounter friendly stingrays. This day out in the water is sure to put a smile on your face.
     

 


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  • Jean P. Haydon Museum and Tauese’s Museums (Pago Pago, American Samoa)
    The Jean P. Haydon Museum has a wonderful collection of Samoan artifacts and will give you a great understanding of the history of Samoa. At the Tauese Museum you’ll learn about the first elected governor of American Samoa.
     

 


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  • Sydney Harbour Bridgeclimb (Sydney, Australia)
    Don’t just take in the beautiful sites of Sydney with your eyes – get active! Enjoy a climb up the spectacular Sydney Harbour Bridge which at its peak is half a mile above the harbour. This is an adventure that you’ll surely write home about.
     

 


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  • Piula Cave Pool and Vailele (Apia, Western Samoa)
    Visit the Vailele Village where you will be welcomed with a traditional kava ceremony (a ceremonial welcome involving a local drink) and watch as the locals make umu and other Samoan specialties. You’ll get to sample these local treats, too. Then you’ll visit the Piula Cave Pool which flows between two caves.
     

 

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