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Photo Expedition

Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.

Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.

Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.

Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ON NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM

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Expedition Cruise

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EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.

Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.

Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.

Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ON NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM

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Expedition Cruise
  • Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.
  • Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.
  • Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons. Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

Visit NationalGeographic.com HERE for complete details on the trip.
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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW


  • Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.
  • Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.
  • Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.
  • Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS
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