Paul Gauguin Cruises Partners With the Wildlife Conservation Society

Kids become ‘stewards of nature’ with new conservation-themed activities and excursions from Paul Gauguin By: Lindsay Kamikawa
Paul Gauguin Cruises recently partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society. // © 2016 iStock
Paul Gauguin Cruises recently partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society. // © 2016 iStock

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Want to learn more about Paul Gauguin’s family-friendly offerings? Here’s the scoop on its Ambassadors of the Environment family program.

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Paul Gauguin Cruises’ new partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) will allow families to discover nature through fun and interactive excursions when they travel during the summer and holiday months next year. Guests onboard Paul Gauguin ships can take advantage of the expertise provided by onboard WCS naturalists with daily island and beach excursions, science activities, games and crafts. All of the “Stewards of Nature” activities are included for kids for a nominal fee paid at booking, and family members can join for an additional cost.

The program will be available in 2017 for multiple departures to Tahiti, the Society islands and the Cook Islands.

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