Escape to the mesmerizing archipelago of Fiji

A heavenly destination with bright colours

Escape to the mesmerizing archipelago of Fiji

During a cruise, let yourself be charmed by the Fijian people and their incredible hospitality. You will sail on the Pacific Ocean for 8 days in search of the most beautiful islands of the Fiji archipelago. Between the azure water that is conducive to the discovery of the seabed and the landscapes with immaculate mountains, your holiday promises to be a beautiful one. Full board will also allow you to taste local specialties concocted by a local chef.

Cruise Highlights

  • Sharing a meal with the people of Yasawa Island
  • Snorkeling in the middle of colourful reefs
  • Discover the local culinary specialities

Your Boat

  • Fiji Princess
  • 34 total cabins
  • 68 people max
  • 30 crew members

Step aboard the Fiji Princess, a sumptuous 55-metre long and 15-metre wide yacht with 4 decks. The local crew will give you a warm welcome aboard this boat with all the comforts of a grand hotel. A reception is available on the Hibiscus deck. On the same level, you will find the shop as well as an outdoor swimming pool, perfect for refreshing yourself while watching the landscape go by. On the sun deck, you can sip a cocktail in the shady bar or take advantage of the sun loungers to relax in the sun. Throughout the cruise, the chef will serve Fijian and international inspired dishes.

  • Dining room
  • Lounge/bar
  • Library
  • Shop
  • Reception
  • Spa (treatments and massages)
  • Swimming pool
  • Deckchairs
  • Wifi connection (depending on navigation zones)
  • Glass-bottomed dinghy
  • Paddle
  • Kayaks
  • Laundry service

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin

The Fiji Princess can accommodate 68 people in its 34 double cabins (6 Hibiscus cabins and 28 Orchid cabins). They are all air-conditioned and equipped with a television with DVD player, hairdresser, hairdryer, lockers, towels and a bathroom with private toilet.

Please note: An extra bed can be added for a child under 5 years old in 4 of the Orchid cabins located on the main deck.

  • Hibiscus Cabin

    Hibiscus Cabin

    These cabins are located on the lower deck (Hibiscus deck). With a surface area of approximately 11m², they have a double bed (queen size) or two twin beds.

  • Orchid Cabin

    Orchid Cabin

    These cabins are located on the main deck (Middle Orchid deck) or the upper deck (Upper Orchid deck). With a surface area of approximately 13m², they are equipped with a queen size bed or two twin beds. You will also find at your disposal a fruit platter, a coffee machine, a selection of teas, a mini-bar (drinks included) restocked every day (bottle of water, beer, wine and soft drinks) and a gift bag.

Itinerary of your cruise

The captain has prepared a complete itinerary in one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world. Your cruise will be paced by daily stopovers that will allow you to immerse yourself in a particularly rich culture. You will meet Fijian villagers eager to share their customs and know-how.


DAY 1 : Port Denarau (Viti Island) - Modriki
You are scheduled to embark at Denarau port at 3pm. Once on board, the crew will guide you to your cabin, where you will drop off your belongings before leaving to explore every corner of the boat. You will then receive a quick briefing on safety instructions and the cruise itinerary. The captain will cast off and set sail for Modriki. This small deserted island became famous after the shooting of the famous film "Alone in the World" with Tom Hanks. During the crossing, you will get to know the other passengers over cocktails and appetizers served on the sun deck. The captain's welcome dinner will be followed by entertainment (singing, dancing...) organised by the crew. Night at anchor.

DAY 2 : Modriki - Naviti
You will have the morning to walk around Modriki, rest on its warm sand and take a swim. A little later, you will set sail again towards Naviti Island located in the north-west. Depending on the weather conditions, you will take a short break to go swimming alongside reef sharks. An unforgettable experience! Then, you will drop anchor in the bay of Soso. After lunch, you will meet the inhabitants of the Soso village. This moment of sharing will allow you to learn more about local customs and legends. We will propose you a diving or fishing excursion (optional) supervised by passionate people. Dinner and night on board.

DAY 3 : Naviti - Naukacuvu
In Fiji, Sunday is a day of rest. How would you feel about going to a church in a nearby village to attend mass? You will be charmed by the singing and the authentic atmosphere. Back on board, the crew weighs anchor and heads for Naukacuvu. During the navigation you will participate in a cooking class to learn how to concoct "Kokoda" (Fijian dish made of fish) or learn how to weave traditional baskets. You will anchor between the islands Naukacuva and Narara. Covered by a large forest, these islands will be perfect for a getaway followed by a snorkeling trip. There are many dive sites nearby (don't hesitate to ask the crew to organize an outing for you). Dinner and night on board.

DAY 4 : Naukacuvu - Waya
This morning, the crew invites you to a fishing trip to catch dinner. The captain then sets sail for Sacred Islands, four volcanic islands considered to be the cradle of Fijian culture. You will stop at Yalobi Bay and go down to the beach for a picnic. You will take advantage of your free afternoon to walk in the middle of this wilderness, kayak in the lagoon or simply relax in the shade of the coconut trees. In the afternoon, the chef will reveal you his secrets to cook a "roti in lolo" (a bread of Indian origin accompanied by coconut milk) and you will taste the traditional Fijian tea. Before dinner you will try the traditional coconut toss. Dinner and overnight at anchor.

DAY 5 : Waya - Nanuya Lailai
Your journey continues in this heavenly setting. You will stop in the famous and sublime Blue Lagoon surrounded by islands and preserved coral reefs. You will be surprised by the efficiency of the crew to anchor the ship by tying it by the stern to a coconut tree. After lunch, several activities will be proposed to you: snorkeling, observation of the underwater fauna through a glass-bottomed boat, beach volleyball (extra charge: massage and scuba diving). You will also learn how to open a coconut with ease. On the menu this evening is the delicious "Lovo", a dish based on vegetables and meat cooked underground. Villagers will join you for a Meke dance show and local songs. Overnight on board.

DAY 6 : Nanuya Lailai - Sawa-I-Lau
Why don't you start your day with a dip in crystal-clear water? You will then have the opportunity to follow a guide who will take you from the beach to the hill on the other side of the island. Don't forget your camera, the view is breathtaking! During this walk you will pass through an island village and discover its local market. You will return to the boat by water taxi. The cruise continues to Sawa-i-Lau, a limestone island with fascinating caves where the water reflects majestically on its walls. After this underground exploration, you will visit the Tamusua village and taste the specialties prepared by the women of the village. Overnight on board.

DAY 7 : Sawa-I-Lau - Drawaqa
You leave the beautiful bay of Tamusua to reach Drawaga Island. There, a marine biologist will teach you more about the different underwater species. If you are on site between May and October, you will witness the introduction of manta rays (weather permitting you can swim with these extraordinary creatures). From October to April, we will offer you a snorkeling excursion accompanied by a guide. Very appreciated by experienced divers, a diving trip can be organised on the site at an additional cost. We will also suggest land-based activities: a visit to a local school; a hike to the top of the cliff that will end with an abseiling descent. Barbecue dinner (depending on the weather). Night on board.

DAY 8 : Drawaqa - Port Denarau (Viti island)
Morning departure towards the main island, Viti. This last crossing will be the opportunity to take your last pictures of this idyllic place. You will disembark in Denareau harbour after breakfast, around 10 am.

Please note : For families with children under 14 years old, specific departures are proposed. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Port Denarau (Viti Island)  Monuriki  Naviti  Naukucuvu  Wava  Nanuva Lailai  Sawa-I-Lau  Drawaga  Port Denarau (Viti Island)

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Frequently asked questions

  • What documents do I need to travel to Fiji?

    For French nationals, and for a stay of less than 4 months, all you need is a passport (valid for at least 6 months after the expiry date of the issued visa), proof of stay and a return flight ticket.
    The tourist visa will be issued to you free of charge upon arrival, for a maximum period of 4 months.
    Important: in case of a stopover in other countries, you should enquire about their formalities beforehand.
    This information is subject to modification by the authorities of the country visited. It is not uncommon for border crossing rules to change. We therefore strongly advise you to refer to the "travel advice" section of the France Diplomatie website:
    Nationals of other countries should enquire about formalities at the consulate of their home country.
  • What are the recommended vaccinations to go to Fiji?

    No vaccine is mandatory but some are recommended. Vaccinations against typhoid fever and hepatitis A and B are sometimes offered. We advise you to consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before travelling abroad.
  • Is everyone on board English-speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer multilingual service.
  • Who arranges the flighs to Fiji?

    Your plane tickets are not included in your package. However, they can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. You just have to specify it to your adviser when booking your cruise.
  • How are my transfers between the airport and the boat organized?

    Transfers are not included in your package. However, they can be arranged by your GlobeSailor consultant and the base manager by taxi or minibus.
    Payment for this service is usually to be made to GlobeSailor at the time of the balance payment or directly on site in cash. Don't forget to send your arrival times to your consultant.
  • How are meals on board organized?

    During your cruise, you will benefit from the full board formula including: breakfasts, lunches and dinners. These are organized and prepared by the crew. Water, tea, coffee and juices are at your disposal throughout the cruise. Softs and alcoholic beverages are not included, but can be added at extra cost. Please check the terms and conditions of your quotation. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are allergic to certain foods or if you are on a special diet.
  • When is the best time to go to Fiji?

    Fiji has a particularly warm tropical climate all year round. The rainy season is from November to April. You can always enjoy the sun and beach during this period, as there are usually one or two heavy showers a day.
  • What's the time difference with Fiji?

    What's the time difference with Fiji?

    Fiji is in the UTC/GMT+12 time zone in winter and UTC/GMT+13 in summer. Therefore, depending on the time changes, the time difference between France and Fiji also changes.

    Time difference between Fiji and France in 2019 :
    From 01/01/2019 to 20/01/2019: +12h delay
    From 20/01/2019 to 31/03/2019: +11h delay
    From 31/03/2019 to 27/10/2019: +10h delay
    From 27/10/2019 to 03/11/2019: +11h shift
    From 03/11/2019 to 31/12/2019: +12h of delay

    Time difference between Fiji and France in 2020 :
    From 01/01/2020 to 19/01/2020: +12h delay
    From 19/01/2020 to 29/03/2020: +11h delay
    From 29/03/2020 to 25/10/2020: +10h delay
    From 25/10/2020 to 01/11/2020: +11h shift
    From 01/11/2020 to 31/12/2020: +12h offset
  • What is the currency used in Fiji?

    The local currency is the Fiji Dollar (FJD).
  • What payments do I have to make to confirm my reservation?

    To confirm your booking, you must inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will make an option for you while you collect your deposit. The reservation will only be considered final once your deposit has been received (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card), from 30 to 50% of the amount of the reservation. A deposit of 100% will be required for any reservation made less than one month before departure. The balance is due 45 days before departure at the latest.
  • What happens in case of cancellation?

    In case of cancellation, you must notify your GlobeSailor consultant as soon as possible. Whatever the cause, the following cancellation fees will be due: up to 90 days before departure: 30% /// from 89 to 60 days: 50% /// from 59 to 30 days: 75% /// from 29 days to departure: 100% of the amount of your reservation.
    We advise our clients to take out cancellation insurance with Ouest Assurance.