Captain Cook Cruises Fiji offering three free nights and half-price cruises

Font Size:

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has released its schedule for next year, so now is the time to plan. Or if you need a break sooner than that, there are some great half-price dates.

Seven-night cruise and three nights free
Cruise to paradise in the Fiji Islands, with three nights free for cruises to 31 March 2021. All your meals, transfers after the cruise and most activities are covered.

Book now from A$2145 per person

Cruise to Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands for half price – three and four nights
Visit remote islands and experience the best of Fiji, with all your transfers, activities, tours, and meals included. All you need to do is pick your dates.

Book now from AU$947.50 per person

Valid on selected dates to 31 March 2020 in C and B Ocean Staterooms. Book by 14 October 2019.

Discover Fiji’s Lau Group and Kadavu for half price
The Lau and Kadavu Discovery Cruise itinerary takes you to a part of Fiji only yachties get to see. Book now and cruise half-price on selected staterooms. Deal is valid 5 November 2019 departure only.

Book now from A$3482.50 per person – save A$3482.50

This great deal is available to book until 14 October 2019.

Cure Kids First year
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has successfully raised FJ$17,000 for Cure Kids Fiji since announcing their partnership 12 months ago. The funds have had a huge impact in addressing some of the most urgent child health challenges in Fiji and helped achieve significant improvements for these children, and their families, throughout the country.

If you enjoy our content, don’t keep it to yourself. Share our free eNews with your friends and encourage them to sign up.

RELATED LINKS

The new Fiji campaign will make you want to burst into song

Fiji Tourism's latest campaign will make you want to burst into song.

Why are Fijians so happy?

Why are Fijians so happy? Because they live in the place where happiness finds you.

Chatting with the Captain of the Reef Endeavour

Ever wanted to meet a real life sea captain? You can on the Reef Endeavour.

Written by Leon Della Bosca

Leon Della Bosca is a voracious reader who loves words. You'll often find him spending time in galleries, writing, designing, painting, drawing, or photographing and documenting street art. He has a publishing and graphic design background and loves movies and music, but then, who doesn’t?

Contact:
LinkedIn
Email



SPONSORED LINKS

Sign-up to the YourLifeChoices Enewsletter

continue reading

COVID-19

Australian doctors call for calm over coronavirus vaccine blood clots

Doctors have demanded the media be much more cautious in the way blood clot cases are reported in people who have...

Technology News

Research shows people trust computers more than humans

Computers continue to defy expectations about their capabilities, and it is happening at a much faster rate than most people...

Relationships

How to handle conversations with a relative expressing racist views

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey highlighted an issue that many people will relate to -...

Lifestyle

Friday reflection: Why is packaging so difficult?

Is it just me or do others over 50 struggle with opening things? Why is packaging so difficult? It seems...

Finance News

2021's top 100 most reputable brands

Reputation is everything - in business and in life. It's hard won, but easily lost. It can cost politicians their...

Health news

Best treatment for bedtime performance anxiety

Trying to sleep produces a kind of performance anxiety, and the more you worry about it, the worse your sleep...

Finance

Five mistakes to avoid when investing in property

Investing in property can be a complex and overwhelming journey, particularly for first-time investors. If you are thinking about investing...

Competitions

Score a double pass to see Supernova

In two minutes, I was brought to tears. That's about how long the trailer for Supernova lasts. It's the new...

LOADING MORE ARTICLE...