French Polynesia, and the marquee islands of the South Pacific, have exerted a hold on human imagination since the days of yore. Marlon Brando famously said of the Polynesian island he purchased in 1967, “My mind is always soothed when I imagine myself sitting on my South Sea island at night. If I have my way, Tetiaroa will remain forever a place that reminds Tahitians of what they are and what they were centuries ago.” And Enric Sala, Director of the National Geographic Pristine Seas project, has surveyed and played a pivotal role in securing legislative protection for the tropical paradises of the central Pacific’s Line Islands and the Pitcairn Archipelago.
These five Pacific Island travel expeditions to various sectors of the vast Pacific geography create unique opportunities for travelers to delve into the natural and human history of one of the planet’s most inspiring regions.
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