Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Find My Fiji Sale with Captain Cook Cruises
A tiny island, a white sandy beach, or picturesque coral reef - find your very own special place in Fiji with Captain Cook Cruises 'Find My Fiji' sale on all 3, 4 and 7 night cruises, offering up to 47% off brochure prices.
The sale is valid until 30 November 2010 and valid for travel until 31 March 2012.
With Captain Cook Cruises discovery-style cruises guests will enjoy an intimate and personal experience of the Yasawa Islands aboard small ship, MV Reef Endeavour, where passengers wake up at a new and exciting destination every morning.
If finding 'My' Fiji involves culture, the MV Reef Endeavour visits unspoiled Fijian villages where passengers can interact with the locals, take part in a traditional village sevusevu ceremony and Meke and Lovo feast and even tour a village school.
If water and relaxation is more your Fiji, there is plenty of time every day to snorkel over amazing coral reefs, swim in crystal clear waters, dive in spectacular blue lagoons or relax on the warm white sand. Passengers can also take a glass bottom boat ride to witness the abundance of marine life that thrives on Fiji's coral reefs.
Stay on-board and find 'My' Fiji by being pampered at the ships Senikai Day Spa, or simply relax on the sun deck by the pool or spa or enjoy a cocktail at the pool bar.
Fares for the 3 night Southern Yasawa cruise start from $639 per person twin share, normally $1199 per person. For the 4 night Northern Yasawa cruise fares start from $855 per person twin share, normally $1499 per person and fares for the 7 night Yasawa Islands and 7 night Northern Fiji Dateline Expedition cruise start from $1389 per person twin share, normally $2499 per person.
Great value family cabins are also available from just $1548 for up to 2 adults and 2 children under 18 years or a separate child's stateroom is available from only $414 per room when parents or guardians travel in stateroom accommodation.
Prices include all meals, daily island and water activities, guided island, village and school tours, snorkelling and glass bottom boat tours, use of snorkelling equipment and mini gym, a Lovo feast and kava ceremony, entertainment, child minding during meal times, 24 hour self-service tea and coffee bar and transfers from Nadi and Denarau hotels.
For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises toll free from Australia on 1800 804 843; Int +61-2-9206 1111, Email: or visit www.captaincook.com.au.
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