11 Night Lau & Kadavu Cruise
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From $4,290 pp (twin share)
- Discover islands and reefs rarely visited by tourists.
- Visit the amazing Bay of Islands – a magnificent location with many limestone islands
- Be treated to a song and dance by children of all ages from a local village
- Snorkelling, glass bottom boat & dive opportunities daily
- Swim in some of the most pristine and clear waters that the Lau group has to offer
- Island Night, kava, meke & lovo feast
EMBARK ON A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO A PART OF FIJI RARELY SEEN BY TOURISTS – THE LAU ISLANDS AND KADAVU
The beauty of Fiji lies in its diversity - over 330 islands waiting to be explored. Cruises to the Yasawa Islands & Northern Fiji are designed to offer you an authentic & personal experience of Fiji.
Departing from Port Denarau, Nadi the first stop is on the southern coast of Taveuni the Garden Island. Lavena is on a rugged coast of waterfalls and you will have the opportunity to hike along a village track for a freshwater swim. We cruise on to the most northern island of Lau – Wailagilala where we will explore the island, the ruin of an old light house, nesting turtles, snorkel untouched reefs.
Next stop, Vanuabalavu the largest island of the Lau. Here learn about Ma’âfu, the Tongan Prince and explore the pristine waters. From here we cruise to the nearby Qilaqila, known for its pristine waters and mushroom shaped islands. Explore some amazing caves and incredible reefs in aqua lagoons.
Continuing on we pass Lakeba & Moce to Oneata where the village invite us to their Church on the hill. Fulaga or Komo Island is our next stop. Both are extinct volcano craters and known for their crystal lagoons and amazing corals. This afternoon we arrive at one of the Yagasa Islands, for snorkelling, swimming, coral viewing or kayaking. We then visit uninhabited Vuaqava and its central lake where you can explore and view turtles, snakes & amazing bird life.
Be welcomed & entertained by the people of Naikeleyaga Village on the island of Kabara or Komo known for their wood turning and Tongan heritage. Experience a traditional Meke, Sevusevu & lovo quite different from the traditional Fijian.
Horse-shoe shaped Totoya Island is our destination today. We will visit a local school and the children will surprise you with their entertainment and show you their work. We will also have the opportunity to explore their reefs.
Most days offer the opportunity to snorkel, swim and Scuba Dive the pristine waters of the beautiful Lau group.
Dates: 3rd Mar 2020 & 20th Oct 2020
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