Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji has announced a new “School Under The Sea Program,” an experiential travel offering focused on learning, exploration and deep immersion into Fijian culture.
Princess Cruises has announced that it will homeport four ships in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific for the 2018-2019 season. Princess Cruises will introduce the 3,560-guest Majestic Princess to the market for its inaugural season, calling Australia home from September 2018 to March 2019. Majestic Princess will sail itineraries from Sydney and Auckland on voyages from six to 13 days in length, and will call in ports at destinations including New Zealand, Tasmania, Fiji and other islands in the South Pacific.
SolomonIslands-Hotels.travel is a web site for independent travelers wishing to book services with local tour operators and accommodations.
“The [website] portal is an important addition to our country’s tourism promotion channels,” said the Solomon Islands Minister for Tourism. “It not only enhances Solomon Islands appeal, but also enables business to be conducted in this important sector.”
100 percent Fijian-owned and internationally acclaimed, Fiji’s Likulliku Lagoon Resort is celebrating its 10th birthday on 15 April 2017.
The journey to opening Likuliku began in 2002 when Tony Whitton – local Fijian entrepreneur and managing director of Ahura Resorts (Likuliku’s parent company) – recognised the potential of this heavenly location.
Enjoy a winter getaway with Marriott International and save up to 25 percent
Marriott International has launched a Winter Getaway sale, offering up to 25% off accommodation at a range of hotels and resorts across the Pacific, including Australia, Fiji, New Caledonia and Samoa. Guests can book any time before 2 July, 2017 to enjoy daily rates from as little as AUD$109.