Tuesday 12 March 2024

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Offers Early Bird Savings on Unforgettable Expeditions to Tonga and Samoa

Expedition cruise specialists of the Pacific Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has launched limited time early bird savings on its highly sought after voyages to Tonga and Samoa onboard small ship MS Caledonian Sky set to depart in August 2024 and March 2025. 

Available for new bookings made by March 31, 2024, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is offering savings of 20 per cent plus a $2000 travel credit per person on both the 14-night Southern Lau and Tonga Whale Migration Cruise departing in August this year and the 14-nightNorthern Fiji and Samoa Voyage 14-night sailing in March 2025.

The Captain Cook Cruises Fiji special offer includes savings of up to A$3,078 per person on the 14-night cruises on the line's newly arrived expedition small ship MS Caledonian Sky, with generously inclusive fares from just A$12, 209* per person twin share per cabin – down from the A$15,386 standard fare per person.

Timed to align with the annual humpback whale migration through Tongan waters in August, the Southern Lau and Tonga Whale Migration Cruise voyages through Fiji's rarely visited Southern Lau group of islands on the way to Tonga. Guests will visit remote villages and islands, enjoy whale-watching and have the incredible chance to swim with whales during their migration. Guests delve into Tonga's rich cultural heritage in Tongatapu, exploring ancient archaeological sites and vibrant markets. The cruise departs on August 17 and 31, 2024. For more, visit the website here.

Offering just two 2025 departures on March 8 and 22, the Northern Fiji and Samoa Voyage features 14 blissful days cruising through some of Fiji's most remote and magnificent islands in the Northern Lau archipelago. Included on this extraordinary itinerary is a chance to explore the Wallis and Futuna Islands in the west-central Pacific Ocean, famous for its evidence of ancient civilisation and ring of pristine coral islets. The cruise continues to take in the Alofaaga Blowholes on Savai'I Island and the natural beauty of Polynesian Samoa. For more, see the website here.

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