Saturday 25 February 2023

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Cruises the Lau and Kadavu Island Groups

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Travellers can explore some of the most remote locations on the planet with Captain Cook Cruises Fiji on their Lau and Kadavu Islands Discovery Cruise. The cruise line is well known for its exciting adventures exploring the beautiful Mamanuca and Yasawa Island groups and they have expanded their product offering to incorporate a remote region rarely visited by tourists. The Lau and Kadavu Island group is situated in the far eastern end of Fiji in the South Pacific Ocean. It consists of 57 islands, of which only 30 are inhabited by Fijian villages, with no public transport, or bustling industries to be found; it’s simply home to Fiji’s breathtaking wildlife and scenic views.

“Visiting the Lau is definitely a bucket list experience,” says Allison Haworth West, the Company’s CEO, “it’s an extremely remote and untouched part of this beautiful planet, which we are fortunate enough to visit and share with travellers looking for an exciting adventure.”

Given the intensity of an expedition to this remote region, the cruise line currently only offers departure dates a handful of times a year. To make the most out of this bucket list experience, the expedition runs for 11 nights with an adventure-packed itinerary. Those who are keen to tick this fabulous destination off their list but cannot spare 11 nights, will be delighted to know 7-night cruises are available to discover the Lau region.

On a 7 or 11-night Lau cruise, guests will be immersed in the pristine beauty of Fiji and will have ample opportunities to participate in a range of water-based activities on a different beach every single day. The Lau and Kadavu Island group are home to extraordinary remote locations otherwise extremely inaccessible. The itineraries are action-packed full of snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking and paddle boarding, all guaranteed to bring passengers up close to an exquisite range of marine life. Cruise highlights include the extraordinary lagoon at Fulaga, the Great Astrolabe Reef, one of the world's largest barrier reefs, swimming in the lagoons of Qilaqila, the central lake on the uninhabited Vuaqava Island, plus a waterfall, exploring old ruins and caves and the historic lepper colony at Makogai. When visiting these remote islands, guests will be warmly welcomed and entertained by the friendly people of this region and will experience the authentic Fijian culture. Such as, watching meke performances, participating in kava ceremonies and enjoying traditional lovo feasts.

In between experiencing Fiji’s natural beauty and culture, guests will enjoy the relaxing hospitality onboard the small expedition cruise ship, MV Reef Endeavour. With a capacity of only 130 passengers, guests will receive a highly personalised and attentive experience. Their friendly Fijian crew will pamper guests with most of the luxuries found on large cruise lines including, a fully catered buffet, 3-course meals prepared daily, fresh drinks made from local artisan spirits, a freshwater swimming pool, massage treatments and more.

Book this bucket list experience today. Departure dates for the 11-night Lau & Kadavu Cruise include 21st March, 24th October 2023 and 19th March 2024. Cabin fares start from AUD $7010 and FJD $10,310 for Double/Twin Share per person. Cabin fares start from AUD $10,515 and FJD $15,465 for Sole Occupancy.

7-night departure dates include 20th May, 9th September, 18th November 2023 and 20th January 2024. Cabin fares start from AUD $4199 and FJD $6196 for Double/Twin Share per person. Cabin fares start from AUD $6319 and FJD $9294 for Sole Occupancy.

For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises Fiji on +61 9126 8160 or from within Australia: 1300 To Fiji (86 3454), or visit

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