Monday, 18 June 2012

Fiji Adventure Cruise: 14 nights in September 2012

Dravuni Island
by Allan Grey Flickr Creative Commons

This great P&O Australia cruise on the Pacific Pearl ventures past the usual stomping ground of French Melanesia to the islands of tropical Fiji.  The first port is Noumea in New Caledonia, the capital city where French meets the native Kanak culture. Picture-perfect and uninhabited Mystery Island in Vanuatu is next, before a call into Port Vila. The ship then moves along to Fiji, where the first stop is Port Denarau. Here there is great market shopping, or tours to surrounding small islands available. Spectacular Dravuni Island is next on the agenda, where you will be guest to the 200 or so native islanders. Take your camera up the central mountain for amazing views! The capital, Suva, comes next. Explore this multicultural city with many mosques, temples and colonial-era buildings. Visit the Fiji Museum and the University of the South Pacific. On the way back to Sydney, the ship calls in at the Isle of Pines for some more white-sand relaxation.

Operator: P&O Australia
Vessel: Pacific Pearl
Ports of Call: Sydney, Noumea, Mystery Island, Port Vila, Port Denarau, Dravuni Island, Suva, Isle of Pines
Sailing Dates: Saturday 1 September 2012- Saturday 15 September 2012

Cruise Itinerary

Length of cruise: 14 nights

Day 1: Sydney, departing Sat 1 Sep 16:00
Day 2-3: At sea
Day 4: Noumea, Tues 4 Sep 08:00-18:00
Day 5: Mystery Island, Wed 5 Sep 08:00- 17:00
Day 6: Port Vila, Thurs 6 Sep 08:00- 18:00
Day 7: At sea
Day 8: Port Denarau, Sat 8 Sep 08:00- 18:30
Day 9: Dravuni Island, Sun 9 Sep 08:00- 17:00
Day 10: Suva, Mon 10 Sep 08:00- 16:00
Day 11: At sea
Day 12: Isle of Pines, Wed 12 Sep 08:00- 17:00
Day 13-14: At sea
Day 15: Sydney, arriving Sat 15 Sep 07:00

About the Pacific Pearl

The Pacific Pearl embodies everything that P&O Australia has to offer. The line gives a laid-back cruise experience that makes activity or total relaxation possible. There is mini golf, rock climbing, sports facilities, the gym and pools as well as many social venues for those who want occupation, and numerous lounge chairs by the pool for the more chilled out passenger. Adults only are allowed in the Oasis area with deluxe loungers, spa pool and bar. Kids are catered for at all ages. Dining happens in the main dining room, or at the more casual buffet or grill by the pool. Gourmands can try the Salt Grill for a cover charge.

See here for a great deal on the Fiji Adventure Cruise in September 2012!