Fiji's iconic Blue Lagoon Cruises is offering huge savings on all three, four and seven-day Yasawa Islands cruise programs with the release of a 30 per cent "early bird" discount.
The offer applies to all 'Club' and 'Gold Club' programs booked for travel from 01 April 2010 until 31 March 2011.
The boutique cruise specialist's only stipulation is that all bookings must be made before a 31 December 2009 cut-off date to qualify for the 30 per cent discount.
The discount means prices for the 'early bird' start from just AUD318.00* per adult twin share for a three-day/two-night 'Club' cruise.
All Blue Lagoon Cruises programs include all meals and cruise activities ranging from daily shore excursions and snorkeling (complete with free snorkeling equipment) safaris to 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.
*Conditions apply. Please note cruise prices do not include international airfares or beverages (other than tea and coffee).
See www.bluelagooncruises.com for all pricing and full itineraries.
For cruise reservations telephone Blue Lagoon Cruises in Lautoka, Fiji, on +679 666 1622, facsimile +679 666 4098 or via email on email@example.com.
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