Cruises can be the ultimate trip of a lifetime. There is so much to see and do, and so many wonderful events also held on-board the ship. While packing shoes for any holiday can be a huge task, packing shoes for a cruise can feel even more daunting if there are a range of different events for you to attend.
Despite the decreasing prices of aeroplane costs, the number of people taking cruises is continuing to rise. These days, more than 20 million passengers set sail every year and while strict laws are in place to keep passengers safe, it’s important to take your own safety and security measures on board.
After successfully launching our Ocean Ambassador Program in 2017, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is continuing its sustainable policies by eliminating as much single-use plastic items onboard small ship MV Reef Endeavour and on Tivua Island.
Believe it or not, the items you take with you on a cruising holiday can make or break the trip. Never fear though, as there are a few quick ways to overhaul your packing methods, leaving room for all the clothes and accessories that a Fiji cruise really requires.
Float over the Fiji waters on Captain Cook Cruises for the ultimate swimcation! Escape on Ocean Swim Fiji for a five-day luxury travel experience including premium social occasions, exclusive swim clinics, poolside relaxation, and three swim events in crystal clear waters.
Captain Cook Cruises, are celebrating the amazing response from our Fiji locals to Reef Endeavour cruises over the festive season by releasing some incredible opportunities to cruise in the next 4 months.
In Fiji, the waters around the remote Lau islands hold a mystical reputation. Legend has it the water in Lau is clearer, the sea life is more abundant, and the reefs pop with brighter colors than the rest of Fiji—and the rest of Fiji is already top tier.
Cruising is one of the fastest-growing parts of the tourism industry and according to reports, it’s now one of the hottest holiday trends for millennials. So what should you know about cruising?
One of the most common questions we get from people who’ve never been on a cruise is: what kinds of people will be on the boat?
Cruising is a spectacular way to see the world. But like any holiday, there are some risks involved. If you’re planning on jumping onboard a cruise ship in the near future, you need to consider what type of travel insurance is needed.
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The whole of the Lau Group has pristine and crystal clear water, and the colours in the water are truly beautiful.
Finding the perfect destination for your next holiday – one that excites both the the kids and parents – is not always an easy task. Kids easily get bored and require lots of entertainment, while most parents simply want a chance to unwind and forget the stresses of daily life.
Finding the perfect family holiday destination can be tough: you need to find something that will cater to children, while also giving adults a well-earned break. How can you make sure everyone will have a good time while they’re away?
Christmas is a very special time of year. But with tight family visiting schedules, hours spent cooking and worrying about forgetting someone on your Christmas list, there’s no doubt it can also be a stressful time. If you are wanting something completely different this year, a cruise might just be in order.
Travel writer Fiona Harper shares her experience cruising Fiji on Captain Cook’s Colonial Fiji Discovery Cruise…
Taking a cruise is the perfect way to unwind and recharge your batteries. And while cruises are the ideal escape for many, it also pays to be aware of some important cruising etiquette when it comes to dining onboard your cruise liner. Here we’ve outlined some of the most important do’s and don’ts of cruise dining.
The lucky few who call themselves cruise bloggers have managed to wrangle a life spent cruising the seas and rivers of the world, but this shouldn’t make you feel jealous. On the contrary, these bloggers are doing the hard yards for you.