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Fiji Princess Review

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7 incredible days in Fiji

Review for Fiji Princess to the South Pacific
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cjz208
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Sep 2017
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Monu Island Fiji at sunset, taken from Monuriki Island (the island where th
Whitetip Reef Shark at Mouva Reef.
Blue Linckia starfish at the Reef in Soso Bay.
Juvenile Golden Trevally ''Pilot'' Fish at Drawaqa Island R
The mountains of Waya Island, Fiji from Nalauwaki Bay at sunrise. The peaks
The northern tip of Waya Island, Fiji from Nalauwaki Bay at sunrise.
Collection of islands on the south side of Naviti Island, as seen looking n
The mountains of Waya Island, Fiji from Nalauwaki Bay at noon.
Collection of islands on the south side of Naviti Island, as seen looking n
The Tour of Vanua Levu Island from Navadra (Sacred) Island in Fiji.
The view of Kadomo Island (left) and Monu + Monuriki (Cast Away Island) in
These performers are from Matacawalevu Village, across from Nanuya Lailai (
Looking out over the Blue Lagoon to Matacawalevu Island from Nanuya Lailai
Looking out over the Blue Lagoon to Matacawalevu Island from Nanuya Lailai
Looking out east, from the east side of Nanuya Lailai (Blue Lagoon) Island
Looking out east, from the east side of Nanuya Lailai (Blue Lagoon) Island
Shipwreck on Nanuya Lailai (Blue Lagoon) Island looking over to Turtle Isla
At Tokatokaunu Pass (between Drawaqa Island and southern tip of Naviti Isla
At Tokatokaunu Pass (between Drawaqa Island and southern tip of Naviti Isla
At Tokatokaunu Pass (between Drawaqa Island and southern tip of Naviti Isla
At Tokatokaunu Pass (between Drawaqa Island and southern tip of Naviti Isla

The cruise was terrific, the staff was always attentive, very energetic, and happy. They were very hardworking as well, setting up our private beaches and shuttling us between the ship and our activities multiple times a day for a week was amazing. And for being "on" all the time, never once did I see them slacking or getting frustrated. Every staff member enjoyed what they do and it showed. The staff was also very welcoming and warm. We toured the engine room, the bridge was always open to us, the captain would always be involved too, he was never a no-show. It was wonderful.

The excursions were also terrific, many snorkels, saw lots of fish up close (sharks, mantas to name a few), sunsets, caves, traditional villages, ceremonies, and private beaches. I could go on and on. We really had access to the best of the best.

The other passengers were terrific too. It doesn't feel crowded but the ship was still full. Surprisingly to me, the average passenger was a retiree or an empty-nester. However, they were very active. Partook in mostly all of the activities. snorkeling, hiking, dancing etc... amazing.

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