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DAY ONE 3.00pm Denarau Marina

Only 20 minutes’ drive from Nadi International Airport, Port Denarau Marina is Fiji’s pristine marina facility. A major hub for the whole of the Denarau Island Resort, Port Denarau Marina is the passage to exploring the mesmerizing sun-soaked tropical islands surrounding Fiji.


Some say you’re in the friendliest culture in the world. Get used to it as you prepare to set sail.


DAY ONE: Modriki Island

Bula and welcome aboard as we prepare to set sail on the Fiji Princess from Port Denarau. First stop the outer Mamanucas. The first overnight stop is in a remarkably secluded location at Modriki Island.


The island was made famous by the Hollywood blockbuster movie “Castaway’. So tonight, you really will be castaway just like Tom Hanks. Soak up a glass of cool bubbly sparkling wine served with canapés whilst taking in your first sunset of the voyage.


The Captains’ Welcome dinner will follow offering a full a la carte menu served in the saloon with light entertainment of course provided by our talented singing, dancing, and guitar-playing crew members.


DAY TW0: Soso Bay

Time to step ashore and sample the clear blue waters, swimming or just stroll along the beach before, or even after breakfast. Sea conditions permitting, there is a rare chance to swim with the sharks at a secret reef location whilst we set off to our next port of call.


After lunch, pay a visit to the village of Soso a real true example of a current daily life on a Fijian island village. Sample a traditional Fijian Thali dinner which comprising of some exquisite Indian dishes.


This evening we invite you to try Bollywood dancing complete with Bollywood moves.


DAY THREE: Naukacuvu Island

Sunday is a day of rest taken seriously in Fiji. After breakfast, we will ascend on the village church for Sunday service. After church we cruise southwards to the delectable Naukacuvu and Narara Islands as we prepare for a traditional Sunday roast.


On board join our Chef for the day’s Fijian cooking lesson. On the menu, the traditional dish ‘Kokoda’. Later this evening we offer a buffet with a full range of dishes from Fiji, but European dishes will be available too.


There is Bingo in true ‘Fiji style’ after dinner which always provides lots of laughs and some great prizes. Win or not you can enjoy a quiet nightcap at the bar before retiring to bed.


DAY FOUR: Yalobi Bay

As our Fiji Princess arrives at the stunning Sacred Isles on day 4, you’ll be convinced you are lost in paradise. The unique backdrop of the distant Waya Lailai with its volcanic formations is unbeatable.


Spend the remainder of this day swimming, snorkeling, relaxing and having fun. In true Fiji tradition high tea is served following a cooking lesson by your chef, you’re making ‘Roti in Lolo’. Take in the sunset and gather for the Captains’ Dinner as we welcome on board our new 4-day cruise guests.


DAY FIVE: Blue Lagoon

Are you ready for the famous Blue Lagoon? One of the highlights of the voyage? This monumental stretch of water with its very own private island peninsula all for your viewing pleasure.


Sit back as the crew strategically maneuver us right up on the beach whilst securing us to the coconut trees. Enjoy a well-earned happy hour on the perfect sands with canapés.


Tonight, is a special night sampling a traditional Lovo meal cooked underground? We will be setting up our dining room right under the coconut palms in view of the stars above stars. There will be Fijian meke: singing, dancing and storytelling provided by our hosts, the local villagers.


DAY SIX: Sawa-I-Lau Island

A nurtured guided island walk taking in the panoramic views is prepared this morning and to visit an island style cake shop, browse the shell market or just take in the local life. Bask in the sun or why not try your hand at basket weaving. Also, a guided snorkeling safari is up for grabs today.


Lunch will be served on board as The Fiji Princess heads north for a private guided tour of the amazing Sawa-I-Lau caves. Local villagers of Tamasua welcome us to a yaqona ceremony, a stroll around the village and a village style ‘feast’ prepared and cooked by the local ladies. You will be Fijian for the night, sitting on mats and sampling more Fijian village food.


The villagers will share their culture and home with us for the whole evening. Areal treat is in store.


DAY SEVEN: Sawa-I-Lau Island

Cruise to Drawaqa Island where we will be accompanies by Marine Biologist for a full presentation on local marine life in Fiji and the volunteer conservation efforts carried out in the area.


May through to October you will have the amazing chance to snorkel amid the spectacular manta rays in the waters. Coupled with this, today is a fulfilling excursion to the local island school viewing the work of the Vinaka Fiji Volunteers?


Tonight’s dinner menu is a barbecue served right under the stars. Tonight, we party Fiji style. It is our last night after all. No better way to end it than in true Fijian style.


Get to know the ‘reef locals’ by joining in the activity of fish feeding!! Upon returning to Denarau Marina the following morning, we will enjoy our final breakfast together as its time to disembark and we bid everyone a fond farewell as they move on.


After an action packed and truly in-depth view OF YOUR surrounding your environment, it’s time to get back on land to enjoy the splendour waiting ashore on this magical paradise.


For your second week you will be staying at the five-star Wyndham Resort on Denarau Island. Upon arrival we are sure you’ll agree, our choice of resort is perfect. Time for tanning up and unwinding as you immerse yourself in the hands of one of the finest establishments on the island.

The ‘M.V. Fiji Princess’ Experience

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