3 Fiji Holiday Cruise Ideas [Sponsored Post]
Fiji cruises make wonderful holidays. These islands are fringed with palm trees and white sand beaches surrounded by gentle ocean waves. An easy rhythm of life allows travelers to enjoy the sunshine, swim or snorkel in pristine waters full of colorful fish varieties. Inland trips to Fijian villages provide opportunities to explore South Seas hospitality.
Blue Lagoon Cruises
Traditional cruise experiences include all the fun Fijian options with the addition of a private island stopover. Blue Lagoon Cruises owns Nanuya Lai Lai, an island in the Yasawas. Its beaches stretch out to azure blue ocean waters. Passengers are assured a clean and beautiful beach on which to enjoy a traditional Lovo feast cooked in an earth oven. Beach parties continue with singing and dancing on the starlit beach.
Blue Lagoon Cruises are designed to fit anyone’s holiday schedule. The Mystic Princess, their flagship, is the only first class ship of its kind in Fiji with unmatched luxury for the discerning traveler. Conscious of passengers’ budget limitations, Blue Lagoon Cruises provides a range of three vessels whose standards and costs vary from 3 to 5 star ratings on cruises lasting from 3 to 7 days.
Captain Cook Cruises
Fiji holidays are transformed into a voyage of discovery with Captain Cook Cruises. The islands’ tropical diversity and beauty are enjoyed by travelers who needn’t choose one resort, but have over 330 islands to discover. Guests can learn to dive, swim in the blue lagoons, snorkel the coral reefs, investigate ancient limestone caves and visit traditional villages, meeting with native hospitality.
Northern Fiji Cruises take visitors to experience the natural beauty, culture and history of the garden islands. Two choices are available: Discovery Heritage visits rarely seen islands and reefs, includes the colonial capitalhistoric Levukaand swimming in the Bouma Waterfall or Savusavu’s hot springs; and a Cultural Cruise which circumnavigates Vanua Levu, meeting three different cultural peoples and exploring Labasa markets and town, snorkeling above the Great Sea Reef, traveling the Labasa and Dreketi Rivers, and visiting the Yadua Iguana Sanctuary and manta ray natural hatchery.
P & O Cruises
Timelessness is the watchword on Dravani Island holidays. Nothing reminds the visitor of modern life; time there stopped 1,000 years ago. Spectacular ocean views and the surrounding islands may be seen from the top of the hill. Guests enjoy the 200 locals who demonstrate Fijian hospitality for which they’re famous.
When the ship drops anchor in Savusavu the travelers will view a port full of yachts in this essential port o’ call for yachtsmen worldwide. Lush vegetation and tropical rainforests touch the spectacular coastline around Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island. Crystal clear waters off white sand beaches, coral reefs and abundant marine life mesmerize visitors to these island chains. Taking a tour of Denarau Island’s orchid gardens, visiting the sugarcane fields or shopping in town and sampling the restaurants, cafes and bars makes this island a perfect holiday stop for every traveler. These are just three of the cruising companies offering options available for Fiji holidays.
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