Thaw out in Polynesia, where it always feels like summer.
|18/06/18||Auckland, New Zealand||04:00PM|
|22/06/18||Port Denarau (Nadi), Fiji||08:00AM||06:30PM|
|27/06/18||Apia, Western Samoa||08:00AM||06:00PM|
|29/06/18||Nuku'alofa, Tonga Islands||08:00AM||06:00PM|
|03/07/18||Auckland, New Zealand||07:00AM|
- 15 night cruise Auckland roundtrip aboard Pacific Jewel
- Meals and entertainment onboard
- Port charges and taxes
HOT BONUS: Pay $1per person deposit plus free upgrade from Inside to Oceanview Stateroom plus AU$350 onboard spending money for Inside and Oceanview Staterooms and AU$500 onboard spending money for Balcony Staterooms
(Flights are additional)
Quad share from $1349 per person
15 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland roundtrip aboard Pacific Jewel.
Thaw out in Polynesia, where it always feels like summer.
In Suva, join a village Chief in the customary preparation of kava. Home to less than 200 inhabitants, enjoy a castaway moment on Dravuni Island. Or experience an escapist paradise in Rarotonga, the largest and best of the Cook Islands. For ultimate rejuvenation, Port Denarau has everything from magic-fingered local masseurs to natural thermal mud pools. In Nuku'alofa, you can watch and swim with southern humpback whales. Or get hooked (see what we did there?) on a deep-sea fishing Shore Tour in Vava’u.
Highlights of this cruise:
Auckland’s waterside location has fostered the locals’ love affair with the sea, and has earned itself the nickname “the City of Sails”. With more boats per capita than any other country in the world, it truly is a water lover’s paradise.
Suva is a hot and steamy place city full of colour and diverse cultures. Suva sits on the southeast shores of mountainous Viti Levu ("Great Fiji"), largest of the over 800 islands which comprise the Republic of Fiji. It has a multi-racial population mix comprising mainly Fijians, Indians, Europeans, Chinese and South Pacific Islanders. Local folk traditions remain strong, like fire walks and welcoming ceremonies, wood-carving and the fabrication of tree-bark cloth.
There are many churches, temples, mosques, bush-walks and gardens, including Thurston gardens at the eastern end of town. This is also where the Fiji Museum is located showing the island's proud history with its impressive collection of war canoes. Next to this is the home of the President of the Republic of Fiji.
Vavaʻu is an island chain of one large island and over 40 smaller ones in Tonga. The islands offer lush tropical landscapes to explore, white sand beaches, coral reefs, crystal clear blue waters and ideal sailing conditions. The capital is Neiafu, which is the second largest city in Tonga, situated on one of the best harbours on the world, the Port of Refuge.
In the island’s north is a lookout from the 500 meter high sheer cliffs, where you can watch whales swim below and visit the Keitahi surf beach. The eastern beaches are excellent for swimming & snorkelling. On the islands west side is the Tu'anuku fresh water lake and villages with great views over the outer island and to the open sea. The south offers a number of beaches which are very sheltered and good for swimming, such as Ene'io & hinakauea beach. In the the south west are many plantations of taro, vanilla, kava and avocados .
Apia is the capital of Samoa and part of the Tuamasaga district. The city is located on the northern coast of Upolu Island. It is the nation's major port and only city. It is a little run down but there are good bars and restaurants and a walk along the beachfront is beautiful.
Mulinu'u, the old ceremonial boobtical, lies at the city's western end, and is the location of the Parliament House (Fale Fono) and the historic observatory, which is now the meteorology office.In the center of the city is a clock tower erected as a war memorial. Apia has a mix of modern and early, wooden, colonial buildings, most notably the courthouse, with a museum on the upper floor. The new market (maketi fou) is inland a bit at Fugalei, where it is more protected from the effects of cyclones.
Writer Robert Louis Stevenson spent the last four years of his life in Apia. He is buried on Mt. Vaea, overlooking both the city and the home he built, Vailima, which is now a museum in his honour.
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