Embark on a 7-night expedition cruise through the enchanting Remote North islands of Fiji. Board MS Caledonian Sky and set sail to the picturesque Tivua Private Island. Explore coral gardens and witness a stunning South Pacific sunset. On Makogai Island, attend a heartwarming choral performance and delve into the island's history. Levuka, the first European settlement in Fiji, invites you to discover its colonial past and vibrant present. In Savusavu, explore hot springs or visit the renowned Justin Hunter pearl farm. Taveuni Island offers a waterfall adventure and a visit to the Dateline, while Kioa Islands captivate with traditional customs. End your expedition at Nananu-i-ra for a final swim, snorkel, and beachcombing session before disembarking in Lautoka the next morning, bidding farewell to Fiji with traditional songs and memories to last a lifetime.


  • Explore Captain Cook Cruises Fiji’s private island, Tivua Island, and try your hand at coral planting and clam rearing cages with our onboard Marine Biologists
  • Visit Levuka on the island of Ovalau, Fiji’s first capital and a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Explore Taveuni, home to over 600 waterfalls, where we will visit Bouma waterfalls
  • Experience the magic of Kioa Island, a Polynesian Island within Fiji vibrant for its culture, singing, dancing and handicraft market
  • Enjoy South Pacific sunsets aboard luxury expedition ship Caledonian Sky
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Arrive at the Captain Cook Cruises Fiji check-in counter in Port Denarau this morning to check in for your cruise. Board Caledonian Sky and set sail over a light lunch as we cruise to Tivua Island. Spend the afternoon exploring the coral gardens, coral planting and clam rearing cages or a scenic walk through the island before enjoying a South Pacific sunset back onboard.



Passengers are invited to attend a special choral performance of Sunday Hymns from the children of Makogai. We will then explore the pristine waters of Makogai Island with a snorkel or glass bottom boat tour to experience the clam research station here. Later there will be an opportunity to join the 1 hour walking tour of Makogai’s historical graveyard and old leper colony.



We arrive at Ovalau and the port of Levuka, situated off the northeast coast of the main island. Levuka was the first European settlement in Fiji and became the centre of British colonial administration and trade. At its peak over 50 hotels catered to the thirst of sailors in port and the town gained a wild reputation. In 1888 the capital was moved to Suva on the main island, and Levuka’s notoriety gradually waned. Passengers are invited to join an optional tour of this now quiet historic town. In the afternoon we have snorkelling and a shipwreck tour or explore the town.



We arrive at the second largest town on the second biggest island in Fiji, Vanua Levu. Explore the town and its hot-springs or visit the world-famous Justin Hunter pearl farm. This afternoon we visit Whispering Tide for swimming and snorkelling with our Marine Biologist



We disembark on the western side of the “Garden Island” of Fiji. The optional bus tour takes you to the beautiful Tavoro Waterfall in the Bouma National Park. Swim and relax in the beautiful setting or take a challenging hike to the 2nd & 3rd falls. After a picnic lunch at the national park, we return to the ship or our crew will take you to the famous natural Dateline (180th Meridian) where you can literally stand with one foot in the past and one foot in the future. Later we visit NaseleseleVillage to enjoy the tastes of Fiji with a traditional ‘lovo” (earth oven) feast where we share fresh local seafood, succulent meat and tropical fruits before dancing to the drum of the meke(dance) and kava ceremony.



Kioa Island was settled by the people of Tuvalu Island (also called Ellice Island) after they were displaced by rising sea levels. Be met by these colourful people in the their traditional way and see their vibrant cultural presentation. Cruise along the south coast of Vanua Levu over lunch to our afternoon anchorage of Viani Bay for snorkelling and the beach. This evening we have a white theme so join in by dressing in white for an amazing atmosphere plus don’t forget to don your dancing shoes on for the famous Captain Cook Cruises Music Quiz.



Cruising southwest from Vanua Levu we arrive at Nananu-i-ra on the northern coast of Viti Levu for our customary swim, snorkel, and beachcombing. There may also be an opportunity to hike the hill. After lunch there is our last opportunity ashore before we begin our homeward journey.



Enjoy breakfast onboard as we return to Lautoka for a 9:00am disembarkation. Our crew bid you farewell in song including their traditional Fijian ‘Isa Lei’ as they say ‘Sota Tale’ or ‘see you again’. Transfers will be available to the Airport, Port Denarau hotels and the Port Denarau Marina.


Our itineraries are indicative of the destinations we visit. To enhance your expedition cruise experience, the Captain and onboard team may make necessary changes based on seasonal variations, weather, tidal conditions and any other event that may affect the operation of the vessel or experience.

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  • Sitting area with coffee table, armchairs
  • En-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and/or corner bath tub
  • Heated towel rail, shaver outlet and hairdryer
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Bottled water replenished daily
  • Mini-fridge, cabin-to-cabin telephone and safe
  • Flat screen television (DVDs available from reception)
  • Dressing gowns and slippers
  • Molton Brown toiletries


All meals, nightly cocktail canapes and coffee and tea 24/7.  Complimentary house beer, wine, juice and soft drinks are served during lunch and dinner service.


Our expanded 10-person expedition team of marine biologists, naturalists, and a dive master provide immersive lectures onboard and guided marine and land-based tours onshore and in the water.


Exclusive shoreside experiences such as a traditional Fijian Feast (Lovo) and cultural performances (Meke) at local villages, visit to local schools, communities and markets


Explore the pristine waters of Fiji, Tonga or Samoa each day with our coral-viewing kayaks, standup paddleboards and snorkel equipment.


Upgraded culinary offering featuring cuisine celebrating the best and freshest Fiji produce and the international fusion of flavours of Fiji.


Upgrade your experience with a Dive Package and explore the waters of one of the most beautiful places on earth, or a Spa Package featuring a range of rejuvenating spa treatments.

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MS Caledonian Sky brings with her a new era in high end cruise experiences never before seen in Fiji and the South Pacific. Caledonian Sky is tailor made for the adventurous sophisticated traveller offering spacious boutique comfort with a capacity of only 114 passengers across 57 ocean view suites.


Her 10 zodiacs and 70 crew are at the ready to create unforgettable uniquely Fijian cruise experiences and offer exclusive access to the otherwise unexplorable islands in the Lau group, Tonga and Samoa.


Dining is a vital ingredient of your Fiji cruise. All menus are prepared onboard from fresh, local, and imported produce. You can choose to dine al fresco on the deck as you watch the beautiful views pass by or in the ship's Dining Room for a more formal setting. All meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert are included and freshly prepared, daily, onboard.

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We raise awareness of environmental issues amongst passengers, crew and the communities in the areas we explore. With the help of our guests we have collected, removed and recycled a significant amount of rubbish, much of which is plastic that can injure wildlife and end up in the food chain.

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Everything you need to know about the product and billing.

What Is Included In A Small Ship Cruise?

Caldonian Sky may be smaller than some cruise liners, but we’re big on life’s little luxuries. We offer international cuisine with a Fijian influence prepared fresh daily by our team of chefs, a Captain’s Kids Club for children aged 5 - 9 years, plus a gym, jacuzzi, day spa and swimming pool.

Our cruises include daily island stopovers, a big choice of water-based activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, diving and stand-up paddle boarding plus guided island, village and school tours and traditional lovo feasts all included in the price.

If you’re interested in Fiji’s natural wonders, we have a resident marine biologist onboard.

What is Captain Cook Cruises Fiji's environmental policy?

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is committed to providing world class experiential cruise products that are nature- based experiences with a focus on protecting the natural environment.

Aiming for the best industry practice in all operational aspects, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will monitor the impact on the natural environment surrounding our sea and land operations and seek continual improvement to minimise environmental impact.

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will work with employees, contractors, suppliers, customers and the community to achieve ecological sustainability. We are committed to preserving and maintaining the natural environment for our children and generations to come.

Read more about our sustainability, conservation and marine education activites.

I have a medical condition. Can I still cruise with you?

If you have a pre existing medical condition, are pregnant or are over 75 years, we recommend you visit your doctor and obtain advice as we cruise to remote locations. We do carry a nurse aboard Reef Endeavour and our Marine crew are first aid trained but we do not sail with a doctor.

A medical certificate is required for those over 75 years.

Can other info be added to an invoice?

At the moment, the only way to add additional information to invoices is to add the information to the workspace's name.

How does billing work?

Plans are per workspace, not per account. You can upgrade one workspace, and still have any number of free workspaces.


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