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Top 10 reasons to vacation to Tahiti vs Europe this year

May 14, 2010

When you begin planning this year’s vacation,  pick the vacation that will reward you with memories of a tropical getaway you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Compare and see why Paul Gauguin Cruises’ French Polynesia is your best vacation choice.

  Europe Paul Gauguin Cruises’
French Polynesia
10 Weather with a very narrow comfort window French Polynesia’s year-round delightful, tropical climate
9 Summertime overcrowding Uncrowded islands, with plenty of room in the ocean for snorkeling and SCUBA diving
8 About an 9- or 10-hour flight from Los Angeles, with connections Closer than you think – a non-stop 
8-hour flight from Los Angeles
7 Threat of volcanic disruption Peaceful views of old volcanoes in paradise
6 Long, boring hours aboard a motorcoach The excitement of sailing aboard the
m/s Paul Gauguin, one of the most highly awarded small luxury ships in the world
5 Limited exposure to local cultures Immersion into the exotic, welcoming Polynesian culture aboard ship and ashore
4 Often having to fend for yourself Attentive, personal service from first to last from a crew that is passionate about their ship—and about pleasing your clients
3 Uneven dining experiences The finest cuisine in the South Seas
2 Having to pull out a wallet for dining, tips, and more All-inclusive pricing that includes all meals, shipboard gratuities, select wines and spirits, and much more
1 Having to research the best deal An extraordinary value in luxury cruising – up to 45% off standard cruise fares plus 2-for-1 roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles, when booked by June 30, 2010

You can experience the tropical splendor of French Polynesia and the casual elegance of the 5+-star m/s Paul Gauguin, on their best-selling itinerary, their 7-night Tahiti & the Society Islands itinerary.

Book by June 30, 2010, to ensure your take advantage of our special savings offer! Contact me for more  details today. I sailed on this ship last May!

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