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Where can I cruise to in French Polynesia?


What does French Polynesia have to offer?

Experience Polynesian culture at its friendliest and finest on a cruise to French Polynesia from or to Australia with Carnival Cruise Line.

Stunning year-round conditions, white-sandy beaches, and inviting turquoise waters, teeming with marine life, create memorable magic on a French Polynesia cruise.

Cruise to French Polynesia and immerse yourself in tropical paradise, with port visits including Papeete, Moorea and Bora Bora.

Book your French Polynesia cruise today ‐ we know you're going to have a blast with Carnival!

Commonly Asked Questions

Where is French Polynesia located?

Comprising more than 100 islands, French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France located in the South Pacific Ocean.

Renowned for its tropical paradise status, including coral-fringed reefs, green peaks and azure lagoons, the region is also prized for its exquisite black pearls sourced from the South Sea.

What country is Bora Bora located in?

Bora Bora is a small island, located northwest of Tahiti, in French Polynesia.

Surrounded by sand-fringed islets and turquoise lagoon protected by a coral reef, Bora Bora is world famous for its luxurious over-water bungalow resorts and scuba-diving opportunities.

What cruise goes to Bora Bora?

Carnival offers cruises to Bora Bora from Sydney and Honolulu with 18 or 19 night Transpacific cruise deals in 2020.

Cruise to Bora Bora in style onboard Carnival Spirit cruise ship and soak up the recreational, relaxation, dining and entertainment pursuits to suit all ages and tastes.

How much does a cruise to Bora Bora cost?

Your Bora Bora cruise from or to Australia in 2020, capturing the best of French Polynesia, varies in price depending on your cruise accommodation style, the number of passengers, and when you book online at Carnival.

No matter the price, you’ll enjoy the ultimate cruise comfort and hospitality with Carnival Cruise Line on your French Polynesian adventure.