Come and play with us… and enjoy a 10% discount on our January 21st and February 4th, 2023 departures.
Come and indulge in some sunshine and warmth, beauty and serenity, adventure, and fun.
You will meet new friends, find a new family among our crewmembers and live experiences beyond imagination.
You will enjoy talks from our amazing guests lecturers and learn about this rich culture each day as we explore islands that remain unspoiled and authentic.
Mataiva means “nine eyes” and its name pays tribute to the 9 channels that connect the lagoon and the ocean.
From the air, Mataiva’s lagoon resembles a blue and green leopard skin, with pools within the lagoon that create this interesting patchwork.
Locals live from fishing and copra making (dried coconut used in “monoï”), and in the recent years, it has become a very sought-after destination by Polynesians.
Located 300 km north of Tahiti, Mataiva is the westernmost atoll of the Tuamotu archipelago. With nearly 300 inhabitants living in the village of Pahua, the atoll has preserved its authenticity and traditions. Its white sand beaches and its unique lagoon make Mataiva one of the most beautiful atolls in the Islands of Tahiti.
Join us on our Tuamotu adventure, April 28th to May 2nd, 2023 to discover some of the most breathtaking atolls
We are happy to announce that our boarding procedures have evolved and testing before embarkation and before arrival in the first Marquesas port will no longer be required from November 1st, 2022.
Presentation of a complete vaccination plan at the time of booking will however still be required.
For the most up-to-date information on entry conditions to French Polynesia