Expedition cruises are a special, once-in-a-lifetime type of holiday, which is why we were particularly impressed by the 25% discount on this 13-night Melanesia cruise from Coral Princess Cruises.
From just $8393 per person, twin share, you can travel around the South Pacific via Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia on board the luxury Oceanic Discoverer.
Alternatively, if you are a solo traveller looking for a memorable holiday, you can book a cabin all to yourself at the original twin share price of $11,190 and save on the single supplement.
This expeditionary adventure starts in Rabaul before travelling south, with stops in destinations such as Santa Ana, Champagne Bay and Pentecost Island before finishing in Noumea.
Oceanic Discoverer is a state-of-the-art small ship which is purpose built for cruising in tropical regions. With space for just 72 guests, ensuring an intimate and personalised experience, the vessel is equipped with a large sundeck and spa pool, wireless Internet, lecture lounge with large plasma screens and two fully stocked cocktail bars.
Staterooms are modern and private with individual ensuite and air conditioning.
Valid for a Category B Main Deck cabin departing Rabaul on 23 November, 2013. Other category cabins are also available at a 25% discount.
Book by 31 August.
Travelzoo tip: A chartered flight from Cairns to Rabaul has been organised by Coral Princess Cruises, with seats available for an additional $750 one way including tax.