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Cruises visiting Fatu Hiva & all Fatu Hiva cruises for  2019

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Fatu Hiva - aka Fatu Iva - is the southernmost and most isolated of the inhabited Marquesas Island in French Polynesia. Fatu Hiva is the island of superlatives: the furthest south, the wettest, the lushest, the most isolated, and the most authentic. Hanavave Bay on Fatu Hiva is one of the most beautiful bays in the world, and it is surprising that it has been able to remain an untouched paradise. On arrival, cruise ship passengers are greeted by the inhabitants of a small village, and are welcomed to their lovely home with music and dancing.

Walking the main street, one passes simple cement-block houses that are shaded by palms, hibiscus as well as mango, breadfruit and lemon trees. There is also the enjoyment of shopping for sculptures in tiny studios and craft centres. Several island museums display the former glory of this civilisation, and among the archaeological remains are ancient rock engravings from as early as 300 AD.

At sunset, the Bay of Virgins is drenched in purple and the surrounding peaks give off bronze reflections, truly an entrancing spectacle that has delighted hundreds of visitors. Fatu Hiva is also the title of a book by explorer and archaeologist Thor Heyerdahl, in which he describes his stay on the island in the 1930s. Almost the entire remainder of Polynesia, with few exceptions, was colonised by Marquesan descendants centred in Tahiti.

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