You never know what treasures you’ll discover in this corner of paradise. Enjoy Fiji with P&O Pacific Jewel
|24/07/18||Auckland, New Zealand||04:00PM|
|28/07/18||Port Denarau (Nadi), Fiji||08:00AM||06:30PM|
|31/07/18||Nuku'alofa, Tonga Islands||08:00AM||05:00PM|
|03/08/18||Auckland, New Zealand||09:00AM|
- 10 night cruise Auckland roundtrip aboard Pacific Jewel
- Meals and entertainment onboard
- Port charges and taxes
House of Travel Bonus: Receive AU$300 Onboard credit per stateroom for Interior/Oceanview Staterooms or AU$500 Onboard credit per stateroom for Balcony/Mini Suite.
(Flights are additional)
10 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland roundtrip aboard Pacific Jewel.
Discover a little bit of everything the Pacific Islands have to offer. Your “must-do” list might look a little something like this: Jet Ski Noumea’s famous lagoon, taste traditional Kanak cuisine in Lifou, zorbing in Vila, beach relaxation on Mystery Island, and snorkelling the natural aquarium in Isle of Pines. Not a bad way to holiday!
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.
From its cosmopolitan downtown area to its quaint villages, Suva offers visitors a truly well rounded view of Fiji’s interesting culture.
Suva is located on a scenic harbour in the southeast corner on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu. It is home to over a third of the nation’s population and is a conglomeration of everything you’ll find in the Pacific – people from many islands, exotic foods, traders, businesses of all kinds, students and, of course, travellers. Although it’s a busy, sophisticated place, it still manages to keep the relaxed pace for which the Pacific is so well renowned.
Just off the coast of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu, Denarau Island is comprised of luxurious hotels, a golf course, immaculately manicured residential estates, palm tree-lined streets and excellent shopping and sporting facilities that are among the best in the Pacific. As well as all this, it provides a port for travelling to the many spectacular islands off its coast.
The sheer beauty of Vava’u can be overwhelming. It’s a photographer’s dream. The heavily forested main island, actually a coral atoll, rises in to more than 150 metres.
Nuku'alofa, which translates to 'home of love', is the capital of the Kingdom of Tonga.
The first humans to settle Tonga arrived around 3,000 BC. They were Polynesians from the surrounding islands in the area between New Zealand and Hawaii. In the 1600’s various European navigators such as Abel Tasman sailed past Tonga. However, it wasn’t until 1773, and again in 1777 that European contact occurred when Captain James Cook landed and named the islands "the Friendly Islands". Missionaries and traders followed the first European explorers. However, Tonga retained its indigenous governing structure, becoming a fully functioning constitutional monarchy in 2010 when the first democratically elected Prime Minister took office. In the island’s interior the volcanic stone burial tombs of ancient Tongan kings, and a coral-stone arch, known as the Ha'amonga, are vivid reminders of Tonga’s past. The Ha'amonga is known as the "Stonehenge of the Pacific" and reputed to be about 800 years old.
Terms and Conditions
Fares are cruise only, per person in NZD in a complete quad or twin room based on lead interior category at publication date (14 Feb 2018), inclusive of all discounts, charges and taxes (which are subject to change). Advertised fares are available until allocation is exhausted and may fluctuate during the campaign period. Campaign commences 14 Feb 2018 and ends 10 Apr 2018 and offers are only available on P&O’s Value and Value Plus fare types. Valid for new bookings and not combinable with any other offer. Supplements apply for other room categories. Some oceanview rooms have obstructed views. ^$99 per person deposit is non-refundable and refund conditions differ from the standard P&O Booking and Travel Conditions. Pay AU$99 per person deposit (for all passengers, including children) at time of booking; final payment is then due 75 days before departure. Full payment is required for sailings booked within 75 days of departure. #Onboard Spending Money is per room in AUD. Amount varies by room type and itinerary duration as specified, and is applied to the first 2 guests only in a room. Onboard Spending Money expires at the conclusion of your cruise, is not transferable, not redeemable for cash and cannot be used at the medical centre or casino. †For P&O SeaBreaks, if your cruise is unable to visit the destination on its itinerary because of an unforeseen circumstance such as weather, civil unrest or a mechanical issue, we will endeavour to visit an alternative destination deemed safe by the Captain. To be read in conjunction with the P&O Cruises Australia Booking and Passage Conditions available at https://www.pocruises.co.nz/plan/how-to-book/book-travel-conditions which passengers will be bound by. Whilst all information is correct at time of publication, offers are subject to change or withdrawal. For more information please contact your House of Travel Agent. crs0218-p&o