See More of Fiji with Captain Cook Cruises Multi Island Tours
Renowned Fiji cruise operator, Captain Cook Cruises has announced new dates for island exploration.November 4, 2019
Rebecca MurphyNovember 4, 2019
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has released new departure dates for their eleven night Lau and Kadavu Discovery Cruise. Explore the length of the Lau group and the island of Kadavu, a part of Fiji rarely seen by tourists with a unique mix of cultural experiences and water activities.
Departure dates include 3 March and 20 October 2020 and 16 March 2021. Early bird rates are available.
Visit Makogai Island, an old leper colony, closed to lepers since mid-last century, snorkel over giant clam gardens in the turtle sanctuary and enjoy traditional song and dance from local primary school children
Explore a beautiful beach on the rugged southern coastline of Taveuni at Lavena, hike to a spectacular waterfall and freshwater pool and take part in a guided Kayak tour. Snorkel in the caves and adjoining coral gardens at the Bay of Islands at Qilaqila, known for its pristine waters, limestone caves and mushroom shaped islands.
Want more? Enjoy a Methodist Tongan church for Sunday service and at Wailagilala explore the ruins of an old lighthouse and snorkel untouched reefs at the top of the Lau group.
The cruise visits Fulaga Island or Komo island, both extinct volcanic craters and known for their crystal lagoons and amazing corals, then sails on to spend the afternoon at one of the Yagasa Islands, snorkelling, swimming, coral viewing or kayaking.
The 11-night cruise allows you to explore uninhabited Vuaqava and its centrally elevated saltwater lake and view turtles, snakes and bird life, taking part in an island walk to explore the relics of this sacred island.
Be entertained by the people of Naikeleyaga Village on the island of Kabara known for their woodturning and Tongan heritage and experience a traditional Tongan Meke, Sevusevu and lovo.
On Totoya Island visit a local school and see the children’s creative schoolwork. At Kadavu, famous for its wildlife and underwater world, be amazed by the traditional ceramic craftsmen from a local Village.
On board, Viti Water Sports a PADI 5-Star Dive Centre dive is there to guide you every step of the way. Two dives are offered daily and always in different locations.
Also onboard, guests can be pampered at the ships Senikai Day Spa, work out in the ship’s mini gym or simply relax on the sun deck by the jacuzzi or pool and grab a cocktail at the pool bar.
Food is prepared using fresh local and imported produce and guests will enjoy alfresco luncheons, casual barbecues and table d’hôte dinners.
The cruise departs Port Denarau Marina at 1.00pm and early booking saver fares in a porthole cabin start from AU$4,700 per adult, per person, twin share.
Cruise fares include accommodation, all meals, guided village, school and island tours, snorkelling and glass bottom boat excursions, daily island stopovers and water activities, hikes and Kayak safaris, on board entertainment, kids club (5 -10yrs), 24-hour self-service tea and coffee bar, post cruise transfers to Nadi and Denarau hotels and Nadi airport and use of the ship’s facilities including a swimming pool, jacuzzi, mini gym, sun deck, cocktail bar and library.
For further information and bookings visit www.captaincookcruisesfiji.com
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