Make a lei, drink out of a coconut & immerse yourself in Polynesian culture with Paul Gauguin Cruises

Paul Gauguin Cruises’ welcoming troupe of local Tahitians, better known onboard as Les Gauguines and Les Gauguins, immerse guests in Polynesian culture by leading exotic activities and classes based on the regional culture.

On Tahitian night, local Mamas come onboard with fresh flowers from the islands so you can make your own hei (flower crown) or lei (flower necklace).

You can also learn about the various ways to tie your pareo like a true Tahitian

Stroll along an aquamarine lagoon in one of our private retreats.

Music and dance allows guests to join in with the local moves – both onboard and at shore! (See the traditional Fijian dancer below)

Gauguine Dance Purple

Receive a warm welcome by Les Gauguines when you venture onto Paul Gauguin Cruises’ private islet

Motu Mahana Guitars
Band in Motu Mahana

On the Tahitian nights, The Gauguin’s dining venues serve a special course-by-course Tahitian menu featuring island specialties. After dinner, a famous dance troupe from the island of Moorea performs in the ship’s Grand Salon.

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Children’s entertainment
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Singing

Get stuck in to arts & crafts including:

  • Polynesian Hair Picks
  • Seed Bracelets
  • Seed Earrings
  • Tahitian Diary
  • Textile Bracelets
  • Poara Hair Clips
  • Shell Arts and Crafts
  • Tapa Drink Coasters
  • Tapa Bookmark Painting
  • Tapa Postcards
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Arts & crafts – basket weaving
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Headbands made out of pandanus leaves

And there is always time for a coconut cocktail!

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Coconut tasting
Tattoo Moorea

Visit https://www.pgcruises.com/ for more information


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