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Captain Cook Fiji Islands Cruises
3, 4, 7 and 11 night small ship voyages

With over 300 islands, Fiji is naturally suited to cruising the waters of the South Pacific on a small ship. With over 20 years of experience in Fiji, Captain Cook have an intimate local knowledge. These voyages offer many options to explore Fiji such as learning to dive, swimming in the blue lagoon, discovering ancient limestone caves, snorkeling spectacular coral reefs, visit traditional villages and meet the locals. 

All cruises include:

  • All meals
  • Guided island, village and school tours
  • Snorkeling and glass bottom boat tours
  • Tropical island traditional feast ‘lovo’ and kava ceremony
  • Traditional Fijian village visit
  • Child minding (5-10 years old, selected times)
  • Resident Marine biologist presentations
  • Transfer to Nadi hotels at end of cruise

Optional Extras:

  • Scuba diving, certified and introductory
  • Relaxing island massage services

3 nights Mamanuca & Southern Yasawa Islands Cruise

Departs: Saturday 1:00pm Returns: Tuesday 9:00am

This introduction to Fiji will show you the beauty of the islands and the warmth of its people. Visit the Mamanuca islands and sacred islands inclusing some of the most beautiful coral reefs and beaches in Fiji. You will also experience a traditional village ceremony, visit an island school and observe a remarkable choir church service on Sunday.

4 nights Northern Yasawa Islands Cruise

Departs: Tuesday 1:00pm Returns: Saturday 12:00pm

Explore the remote northern Yasawa islands from Naviti to Yasawa including the famous Sawa-i-lau limestone cliffs and aquamarine lagoon. This cruises visits some incredible snorkel and dive sites and explores some stunning natural scenery.

7 Nights Mamanuca & Yasawa Islands Discovery Cruise

Departs: Saturday 1:00pm Returns: Saturday 12:00pm

The most popular Fiji cruise explores Fiji’s majestic north west islands, and some of the most dramatic scenery as well as a window into the warm Fijian culture. With a new island or reef to visit every morning and afternoon water lovers will have plenty of options. There is also a day on land in Port Denarau, including a complimentary tour of either the Orchid Garden or Mud Baths.

7 nights Northern Fiji Four Cultures Discovery Cruise

Departs: Tuesday 1:00pm Returns: Tuesday 9:00am
Dates 2017: May 2, Sep 5
Dates: 2018: Jan 2

Cruise to the remote Northern Fiji Islands, circumnavigating Vanua Levu - Fiji's second largest island and discover rivers and rainforests of the garden islands as well as the people of four different cultures - Micronesian, Polynesian, Indian & Melanesian.  Unique features of this voyage include: Exploring Labasa town and markets, snorkelling the Great Sea Reef, travelling up the Labasa River, visiting a manta ray natural hatchery and of course the opportunities to swim and snorkel somewhere new each day.

7 nights Northern Fiji Colonial Discovery Cruise

Departs Tuesday 1:00pm, Returns Tuesday 9:00am
Dates: 2017: Apr 4, Jun 6, Aug 1, Oct 3, Dec 5

The northern Fiji Colonial Discovery cruise is a unique adventure  to explore remote islands and reefs as well as a quiet historic colonial town.   Some of the special highlights on this voyage  include Taveuni Island, Bouma Waterfall , the 180th Meridian Dateline (stand in today/tomorrow all at once),  world-heritage listed Levuka  (once the colonial capital of Fiji), Savusavu’s extinct volcano crater, hot springs, pearl farm and markets as well as opportunities to snorkel in different ocean reefs and coral gardens each day.

11 nights Lau Group Discovery Cruise 

Departs Tuesday 1:00pm from Port Denarau, Returns Saturday 9:00am
Dates: 2017: Nov 7
Dates: 2018: Mar 6

This voyage of discovery visit remote islands in the east of Fiji very rarely visited by tourists.  With plenty of opportunities for water activities in these pristine waters such as snorkelling and diving  this discovery voyage of the Lau island group and Kadavu will also meet locals on these islands and visit special places such as mushroom shaped Vanuabalavu and Fulaga, the dramatic Cobia extinct volcano and Kadavu, famous for its turtle callers, wildlife and underwater world.

(*) Prices are US Dollars per person.