Pacific Cruises

Secluded, beautiful, and truly awe-inspiring, the Pacific is a tranquil paradise of stunning islands and unique cultures. Our Pacific cruise deals give travellers the chance to stroll barefoot along the sun-kissed beaches of Bora Bora, and revel in the vast network of islands to explore. Whether you want to spend your trip on the beach, or traveling through flourishing tropical rainforests, there’s something for everyone in the Pacific.

From the lush landscapes of Hawaii to the French charm of New Caledonia, the coral reefs of the Cook Islands to the luxe overwater bungalows of Bora Bora and Tahiti, the vast Pacific has enough islands to keep everyone – from luxury lovers to wannabe castaways - exploring for a lifetime. At Cruise Nation, we offer some of the lowest priced Pacific cruises online, with itineraries that take in the best that this remote and unique part of the world has to offer.

If you dream of walking barefoot along untouched sandy shores, diving through colourful coral worlds and hiking through tropical forests to find hidden waterfalls, a Pacific cruise won’t fail to impress. With departures from Sydney to Los Angeles and itineraries that call almost everywhere in between, our Pacific cruises can take you to the most iconic South Pacific locations, as well as secluded, off-the-beaten-track islands. Comprising of Melanesia – meaning the “black islands”, Micronesia – meaning the “small islands” and Polynesia – meaning the “many islands”, our Pacific cruise deals offer luxury escapes for those in search of postcard-perfect beaches, unique cultural experiences and the chance to leave the rest of the world behind.

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What do you see when you picture a Pacific island? For most, it’s the incredible beaches, blue lagoons and jungle-covered peaks of the Pacific’s most famous islands like Bora Bora, Fiji and Tahiti, that spring to mind, but with some 25,000 islands in the Pacific Ocean, this is a region as diverse as it is huge. Each group of islands, and often even each island itself, has its own unique style, culture and vibe, and with so many destinations to explore, there’s no better way to see the highlights of the Pacific than from the deck of a luxury cruise liner.

It’s not only the destinations that offer diversity – the Pacific is the ideal place for adventure-seekers, foodies and history enthusiasts alike. With a vast array of restaurants, from 5-star resorts to local beach-side eateries, and an endless range of activities – including diving, snorkelling, hiking, sailing and surfing - to choose from, you’re free to do as much, or as little, as you like.


At Cruise Nation, we are proud to provide customers with the best range of Pacific cruise deals on the market. Our award-winning team of expert advisors have first-hand experience of cruising the Pacific, ensuring they have the knowledge to help our customers choose the right Pacific cruise deal for their next holiday. With a wide selection of Pacific cruise deals – from our exclusive Smart Package dealsCruise and Stay Packages and Last Minute Cruises – you’ll discover that cruising to the Pacific can cost a lot less than you might imagine. And, with deals available onboard some of the most luxurious cruise liners at sea, you can sail to your very own piece of Pacific paradise in style.

Browse our range of Pacific cruises above or get in touch with one of our knowledgeable team today to find out more, on 0333 455 8500.


Our Pacific cruise itineraries stop at a wide selection of ports, from the iconic sights of Sydney Harbour to the white sands of Samoa and the European charms of New Caledonia. Find out more about some of our customers favourite Pacific Cruise ports of call below:


With colonial buildings, lush flora and a young, playful vibe, Fiji’s green capital city offers more than just an excellent jumping off point for exploring the rest of the island. Known as one of the most attractive seaports in the Pacific, Suva provides a unique blend of old-world charm, modern facilities and activities for all ages, as well as a lively restaurant, bar and nightlife scene. Just a 20-minute drive from downtown Suva, the Colo-I-Suva Forest Park offers a peaceful retreat from the buzzing city, as well as scenic hikes and hidden waterfalls.


American Samoa’s photogenic capital Pago Pago is the stuff of Pacific postcards. With volcanic landscapes, tropical rainforests and some of the purest beaches in the region, it’s easy to see why Pago Pago is a firm favourite amongst cruise goers. Located on the American Samoan island of Tutuila, Pago Pago also boasts one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world, with a charming old fishing town and a spectacular green mountain backdrop. Beyond Pago Pago, the nearby National Park of American Samoa is a popular location for hiking and snorkelling, as well as offering beautiful vistas over the island.


Halfway between Sydney and Los Angeles, the Islands of Tahiti are perhaps some of the best known and most loved spots in the Pacific. The largest chain of islands in French Polynesia, Tahiti is home to the bustling harbour capital of Papeete. With a colourful array of shops, restaurants and bars, and a waterfront promenade that comes alive after the sun goes down, Papeete has a different feel to Tahiti’s other, more relaxed, island towns. Outside of the city, the island’s many scenic hikes, picturesque waterfalls and sandy beaches can be easily reached on day excursions.




The Pacific features a year-round tropical climate, with the main cruising season falling between the months of May and October. Although weather and temperature can vary greatly between the different islands, the wet season, which runs from November to April, sees fewer visitors and the chance of hurricanes throughout.

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