Sunday, March 15, 2009
Blue Lagoon Cruises extends free kids cruise 'sale' date
Inclusive of all school holidays right across the period, the offer comes complete with all onboard meals, accommodation and activities with prices starting from AUD1118* for a three-day/two-night Yasawa Islands 'Club' cruise for a family of up to five.
Valid for travel until 31 March 2010, the offer is based on two adults and up to three children 15 years and under sharing two cabins.
Single children 15 years and under sharing with parents also cruise free.
The 'kids cruise free' two cabin family offer also applies to the boutique island cruise operator's four-day 'Club' cruise itinerary and four and seven day 'Gold Club' cruise programs.
Cruise activities include daily shore excursions and water-based activities ranging from snorkelling safaris, fish feeding, fishing and glass bottom boating.
Cultural experiences include a 'Lovo' feast, visits to remote villages, Kava ceremonies and a day spent at Blue Lagoon Cruises' private island of Nanuya Lailai.
Blue Lagoon Cruises' crew are highly experienced with the company's younger passengers with all cruise programs offering special facilities for children including special mealtimes, cots and highchairs.
*Conditions apply. Prices include taxes. Please note prices do not include international airfares or beverages (other than tea and coffee). ). A daily fuel surcharge of FJD25 per adult passenger also applies.
See www.bluelagooncruises.com for full itineraries.
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