At Blue Lagoon Cruises, we pride ourselves on giving visitors to Fiji the best possible insight into this wonderful pacific island nation.We believe that to experience the true essence of Fiji, you need to step ashore onto uninhabited islands, luxuriate in the warm tropical sea and discover the colourful world below. Meet local Yasawan villagers, savor traditional Fijian food, enjoy island walks, marvel at the most sacred of caves and of course, bask on the palm-fringed beaches!Blue Lagoon itineraries have a maximum of four hours cruising time per day, meaning you’ll have plenty of time for all these activities and more! Due to the nature of cruising, the scenic vista changes daily, and you’ll spend many mornings waking up to a new view, even more spectacular than the last.
Wanderer Cruise 4 Nights If the untouched South Pacific is what you seek, then you’ll find it on this delightful cruise.
The truly spectacular **Sacred Islands will astound you and the mighty Yasawa Islands will offer all you dreamed of and more. Up in the Blue Lagoon area, you’ll find paradise, and there, you’ll have a great array of activities, both onshore and in the water to keep you entertained. Discovering the Fiji culture is an integral part of the cruise, and you’ll learn sacred stories and legends from the Yasawan villagers themselves. See the dramatic Yasawa Islands, right from the little palm-covered Mamanucas, to the majestic southern islands and the vivid Blue Lagoon, framed by picture-perfect beaches Visit a remote Yasawa Island village and be part of a traditional kava ceremony, enjoy a meke performance and browse the village market Socialise with Yasawan locals over a traditional feast cooked and enjoyed in their village Be carried away to paradise with a full day relaxing at our private beach on Nanuya Lailai Island Take a guided walk across an island to one of the South Pacific’s most remote cafes, ‘Lo’s Tea Shop’ Get to know the ‘reef locals’ with the fascinating activity of fish feeding Or really get to know the ‘reef locals’ and swim with sharks or manta rays (seasonal) *Dive at some of Fiji’s most colourful reefs Snorkel to your heart’s content (we offer several snorkelling trips per day) Sit down to a dinner you’ll never forget; dine on a delicious Fijian ‘lovo’ feast on our private beach under the stars Soak up the scenery of the strikingly beautiful **Sacred Islands Swim in the caverns of the famous and sacred Sawa-I-Lau Caves For stunning views, abseil down an island to the sea Visit a Yasawa Island village school and meet the children Cool off in calm, crystal clear lagoons, time and time again Laze on the most beautiful beaches and get into the full swing of ‘Fiji Time’
Wander the white sand beaches of the Yasawas...
CHECK-IN From 11.30am to 11.45am at the South Sea Cruises counter at Port Denarau
DEPART PORT DENARAU Mondays at 12.15pm on a high-speed catamaran transfer
RETURN TO PORT DENARAU Fridays at 10.00am on M.V. Fiji Princess
MONDAY - 1ST NIGHT: YALOBI BAY
Following a private high-speed catamaran transfer to the Sacred Islands, you’ll be welcomed aboard M.V. Fiji Princess.
Settle into your cabin and have lunch on the ship, then spend your afternoon snorkelling, swimming and relaxing on the
beach. Enjoy a complimentary sparkling wine and canapés as you mix and mingle with your fellow cruisers prior to the Captain’s Welcome Dinner.
TUESDAY - 2ND NIGHT: BLUE LAGOON
Today’s destination is the famous Blue Lagoon and our own private beach on beautiful Nanuya Lailai Island. M.V. Fiji
Princess will tie off to a coconut tree and this is your chance to jump off the back of the ship as many times as you like and swim to shore. Optional activities include snorkelling, fish feeding, volleyball, water aerobics and a coconut husking
demonstration. A BBQ lunch will be served on the beach while tonight’s dinner is a traditional Fijian Lovo — a meal cooked
underground in a fire pit. Tonight’s entertainment is a Meke performance by local villagers.
WEDNESDAY - 3RD NIGHT: SAWA-I-LAU
Stretch your legs this morning with a 40-minute guided walk to Lo’s Tea Shop on the other side of the island. Walk back
to M.V. Fiji Princess or travel by water taxi for your cruise north to the sacred Sawa-I-Lau Caves, followed by a visit
to Tamasua Village where you’ll enjoy a traditional seafood dinner. Tonight, we’ll screen a movie up on the Sky Deck (weather permitting).
THURSDAY - 4TH NIGHT: DRAWAQA ISLAND
This morning you can choose to visit a local school before we head south again, this time for Drawaqa Island. A marine biologist will join us on board to tell us about the marine life, coral reefs and the conservation programmes that the Vinaka Fiji Trust has been working on in the Yasawas. This afternoon you can take part in some optional extras (diving* or handline fishing), go in search of the manta rays (May-Oct) or simply relax on the beach. For our last night together, we’ll have a BBQ on the Sky Deck (weather permitting) followed by a disco. Boogie on down!
Enjoy breakfast on board as M.V. Fiji Princess cruises back to Port Denarau. Back at port you’ll be serenaded with the traditional Isa Lei farewell song by the crew, as your exploration of the beautiful Yasawa Islands comes to an end.