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Carnival Cruise - Reduced Fares

Spirit, Pacific Islands and Fiji ex Sydney Return

Ship: Carnival Spirit View ship details

Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Australia

Selected Sailing Date: 09 Nov 2019

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Special Inclusions

Book during eSea's Cruise Sale Week to receive the following Onboard Credit:
Interior & Oceanview Cabins: $400 OBC per cabin
Balcony Cabins: $600 OBC per cabin

Quad cabins from $1480pp

Special Conditions

*Fares are cruise only, per person, in AUD, in complete twin cabin as specified, in lead categories available at publication date, inclusive of all discounts, taxes and charges (which are subject to change). Supplements apply for other categories. Sale ends 22 August 2019, unless sold out prior. Once rooms are sold, fares may revert to a higher fare but also may be further discounted. Subject to limited availability. Valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offer. Fare based on specified departure dates. Some balcony cabins have obstructed views. ^Onboard credit is in AUD and is applied as follows: 5 day sailings and shorter: $50 per person (max $100 per cabin); 6-9 day sailings: $100 per person (max $200 per cabin) when purchasing interior or ocean view cabins, $150 per person (max $300 per cabin) when purchasing balcony and suite cabins; 10 days and longer $150 per person (max $300 per cabin) when purchasing interior or ocean view cabins, $250 per person (max $500 per cabin) when purchasing balcony or suite cabins. Whilst all information is correct at time of publication, offers are subject to change or withdrawal. To be read in conjunction with Carnival Cruise Line’s Ticket Contract available at http://www.carnival.com.au/au-legal-notice/ticket-contract.aspx which passengers will be bound by. ©Carnival Cruise Line. All rights reserved. Ships Registry: Malta. Carnival plc trading as Carnival Cruise Line. ABN 23 107 998 443. Promo code RD8

Cruise Description

12 Night Pacific Islands Cruise departing roundtrip from Sydney onboard Carnival Spirit.

You’re gonna need more fingers (and toes) to count all the things to do on board

Carnival Spirit can be summed up in one word: amazing. Well, maybe two words: amazing and exciting. Okay, make it two words plus one hyphenated word: amazing, exciting and jaw-dropping.

Highlights of this cruise include:

Noumea
It won’t take long to find your French side in this city. See for yourself, mon ami. It’s got that Parisienne style, sophistication and joie de vivre, with a little sun, sand and smiles thrown in too. And the French cheer is totally infectious. Trust me, you’ll be shouting bonjour! to strangers before you know it.

Aside from ordering delicious croissants (in perfect French of course), there’s plenty of other great stuff to keep you busy. All you gotta do is choose which is more your style. Are you more in the mood for a day at the beach? Or would you rather the hustle and bustle of the city? Perhaps a bit of both?

Whatever you choose, this capital city is sure to please everyone’s tastes. Especially if your tastes happen to have a craving for something French.

Suva
So what does this capital city have to offer? A little bit of everything. There’s a little bit of the past with colonial buildings still lining the streets, and a little bit of the present with a few high rises thrown into the mix. There are political landmarks to see (sounds boring but we swear it isn’t), and some traditional tribes to visit – who’s up for a cup of Kava?

You’ll find the usual island suspects like waving palm trees and beautiful gardens, and a few not so usual suspects like sari shops and bric-a-brac traders. And just when you think you’ve seen everything that Suva has to offer, you’ll discover something else hiding round the corner.

Aah Suva. It’s a little bit of this, meets a little bit of that, to make a mighty big wow. Why not come see for yourself.

Port Denarau
Gee it’s hard to feel blue when you’re surrounded by this much, well… blue. ‘Cause with picture postcard views like this we’re betting you’ll feel nothing but happy, peaceful, relaxed, totally zenned, and it only gets better when you travel to the outer islands.

But Port Denarau is more than just a pretty place. It’s also a shopper’s dream with a new upmarket retail centre selling all sorts of Fijian arts and crafts. Plus there’s plenty of culture to fill up on with fire walking shows, beachside barbies and bula! shouted from every corner.

Oh yeah. Port Denarau has got the looks, it’s got the culture, and it’s got the personality. You could say that Port Denarau is the whole package.

Also known as the ‘Jewel of the Pacific’. Ooh, sounds pretty. Sounds sparkly. Sounds pretty spot on. With its white talcum-like sands and crystal blue waters, you’ll totally see why the Isle of Pines earned this title. It really is a unique little gem.

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