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$2239 – Fiji: Small-Ship Cruise & Luxury Hotel Stay w/Suite
Discover the real Fiji on a rarely discounted mini cruise around some of its lesser-known islands
Small-ship cruises around Fiji "get right up close to islands and lovely stretches of white-sand beach where yours may be the only footprints," says Traveller. For $2239 per person, couple a three-night cruise with two nights at a luxurious hotel -- this package would cost $340 more to put together yourself.
- Return flights with Fiji Airways
- All transfers
- Two nights at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island, in a One-Bedroom Suite with garden views, plus breakfast
- Three-night Captain Cook cruise with breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Various tours, and glass-bottom boat and snorkelling trips
Book by 19 September.
Prices based on twin share, a single supplement may apply. Fly from Brisbane or Sydney from 1 February-20 March 2018.
Your holiday will begin with a two-night stay at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island, voted the best hotel in Fiji for families at the 2017 TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice awards. The resort is surrounded by 10 acres of tropical gardens, on a private beach, and has six restaurants and four lagoon-style pools.
You'll stay in a One-Bedroom Suite -- these are twice the size of standard rooms and come with a separate living area, kitchen and dining room.
Next, you'll be transferred to the MV Reef Endeavour to begin the cruise. Only two small ships operate this itinerary, meaning you'll have the "quiet, dazzlingly beautiful" beaches to yourself, according to Cruise Critic. Highlights include Monuriki -- which featured in the Tom Hanks film "Cast Away" -- and the tropical paradise of Waya Island.
The package includes shore visits to local schools and villages, kayaking, snorkelling, stand-up paddleboarding and glass-bottom boat tours. You'll also have the chance to take part in a Sevusevu gift giving ceremony and a choral church service.
Book by Sept. 21.