The 5 Best Cruises in Remote Locations

21st May 2019 // By Emma Reynolds

When you’ve already seen enough of the Caribbean or Europe, it’s time to head down the road less traveled. There are plenty of luxury cruises that allow you to explore the most remote destinations on Earth without sacrificing on luxury. If adventure is something you cherish, read on for the best cruises in remote locations by river and ocean.

m/s Paul Gauguin in Moorea

Paul Gauguin

South Pacific: Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands

Spend two weeks cruising the South Pacific (Paul Gauguin’s speciality) visiting the Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands (which includes Tahiti, Bora Bora and a selection of other small islands). This specific itinerary is focused on discovery, from rainforests to pristine pink-sand beaches to rugged mountains. During the two-week cruise, you’ll experience many on-shore excursions where you’ll see rare birds, plants and crustaceans and large stone sculptures in Marquesas, as well as views of Mount Otemanu in Bora Bora. Discover ancient tribal lands, partake in watersports and, of course, enjoy all the on-board gourmet dining and cultural activities available to you.

From $7,795 per person,