South Pacific Cruises
South Pacific Cruise Guide
In 2016 over 500,000 Australians headed to the South Pacific enjoying destinations such as Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Passengers can enjoy a wealth of savings heading to the South Pacific as there is no need for an international airfare. When heading on a South Pacific cruise you can leave from most major Australian ports. Cruises to the area generally last for a week, 12 days or two weeks.
The close proximity of the islands means you will never get tired of one location. P&O and Carnival both offer a range of different inter-country ‘island-hopping’ cruises throughout the area. Many individuals prefer to spend their time in one location, getting a more comprehensive look at the island, which is why cruise types such as ‘discover Fiji’ and ‘discover Vanuatu’ etc. are always on offer. If you are heading to Fiji we have a guide to the main port, Port Denarau, so you can be ready as soon as you step off your ship into paradise!
The South Pacific has something for everyone from diving on reefs to laying on white sand beaches and shopping at local markets. It is a great place to bring the whole family and many of the cruises are family-centric with great onboard experiences for all ages. For a closer look at what each cruise line has to offer and if its right for you check out our Popular Cruise Lines page.
The South Pacific like any destination can be full of unexpected surprises which is why it is always important to make sure you have travel insurance.
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