Discover a part of Fiji rarely seen with Captain Cook Cruises

In Travel News by The H4C Team

If Fiji is high on your list of dream destinations but you’re wanting to avoid the main tourist-traps, join Captain Cook Cruises Fiji for this exciting journey. Announcing their departure dates for 2019 and 2020, the Fijian cruise line is offering couples the chance to discover the destination’s lesser-known regions aboard their eleven-night ‘Lau & Kadavu Discovery Cruise’. 

Departing March 5 and November 5 next year, and March 3 the following year, Captain Cook Cruises’ small ship MV Reef Endeavour will travel to some incredibly beautiful spots. Exploring the length of the Lau group and the island of Kadavu (a part of Fiji rarely seen by tourists), the cruise will be a winner with those seeking a tropical escape. Highlights include stops to snorkel-haven Makogai Island, the beaches and waterfalls of Taveuni, and the Bay of Islands at Qilaqila. There’ll also be fabulous experiences like attending a Methodist Tongan Church service at Oneata, exploring the ruins of an old lighthouse at Wailagilala, snorkelling the untouched reefs at the top of the Lau group, visiting a school at Totoya Island and kayaking around the Yagasa Islands, and much more. 

Sure to impress adventure-seekers, two dives will also be offered daily (and always in different locations) throughout the journey, while luxury-lovers will be in their element with the Senikai Day Spa, a stylish sun deck and pool bar onboard. 

To find out more about Captain Cook Cruises Fiji’s ‘Lau & Kadavu Discovery Cruise’ or to book,visit the cruise line’s website here