Goway Welcomes Egyptologist, John Ghaly, to Our Africa Experts Team

Egypt A beautiful profile of the Great Sphinx_1Adding Egyptologist, John Ghaly to our Africa Experts team, Goway is celebrating a special on one of our most popular Egypt tour packages!

As tourism slowly returns to Egypt, our Africa and Middle East team is pleased to welcome John Ghaly, an Egyptologist with over ten years of experience as an Egypt tour leader, guide, and organizer. A Cairo native, John began his career working with Sonesta Hotels in the beautiful Egyptian coastal city of Sharm El Sheikh. Not content with a career bound to hotels, he returned to Cairo to begin a career as a tour leader at Gazira Travel, one of Egypt’s most awarded travel agencies. Since then, he has gone on to a successful
freelance career, running guided tours throughout the country. John and his wife settled in Canada in 2012, and he is thrilled to bring his expertise to one of North America’s most trusted names in overseas travel.

Formerly one of Goway’s most popular Africa and the Middle East destinations, Egypt’s tourist-friendly image has taken a battering in recent years, due to political unrest. Those who have made the journey, however, have been able to do so in safety – enjoying the sights, history, and culture of this unique country, without the usual crowds.

It remains to be seen how long this situation will last, but those willing to book their Egypt trip before July 31, 2015 can enjoy savings of up to $950 per person on one of our most popular Egypt tour packages, the 10-day Classic Egypt.

Egyptian Museum in Cairo

Egyptian Museum in Cairo

This deluxe Egypt vacation includes four nights in Cairo, with visits to the Pyramids and Sphinx, as well as the Egyptian Museum, which contains not just the world’s finest collection of Egyptian antiquities, but a vast Pharaonic and Graeco Roman collection as well. The itinerary also includes four nights cruising down the Nile, taking in sights such as the Luxor and Karnak Temples, the Valley of the Kings, and the Temple of Horus and

Karnak Temple

Karnak Temple

Prices for Classic Egypt start at just $USD1999 ex New York, or $CAD2299 ex Toronto. Departures are available until late September 2015.

Classic Egypt Summer Special – Save up to $950

For reservations and information, visit www.goway.com, or call 1-800-387-8850.

Now is a Great Time to Visit Egypt!

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Hotel Spotlight: Thailand’s Beyond Resort Karon in Phuket

9-_Beyond_Karon_Resort__Pool_BeachOne of the most exotic destinations in the world to plan an unforgettable getaway is Thailand. Some of the more relaxing spots can be found in Phuket, southern Thailand’s gateway to magnificent, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of the Andaman Sea.

Nestled into a quiet corner of Karon Beach, one of Phuket’s grandest beaches, is the Beyond Resort Karon. This intimate resort features rooms viewing the Andaman, and offers true peace and quiet on the famed beach, along with popular shopping and dining choices a short walk away.



This 4-star, 80-room resort features a contemporary design, and as soon as you enter, you immediately encounter the friendly, Thai hospitality welcoming you.

Beyond Resort Karon is perfect for couples and newlyweds, as it’s an adults only, private resort. Right now, you can book 7 nights, and as a Goway exclusive offer, receive a dinner voucher for two. As well, honeymooners stay 5 nights and receive a bottle of wine, a fruit basket, plus onsite discounts.

Find this resort in one our itineraries:
8-Day Phuket Beach Escapes
5-Day Phuket Stopover

With stunning panoramic views of the Andaman Sea and the beach all to yourself, Beyond Resort Karon is the perfect getaway!

Deluxe Seaview suite

Deluxe Seaview suite

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Goway offers 2 for 1 on the Shongololo Express in Africa

Shongololo Express - Train Exterior, AfricaGoway, in conjunction with Shongololo Express rail travel, is offering a phenomenal “2 for the price of 1″ offer on all remaining journeys of 2015. In addition to this fabulous, limited time offer, we are also offering a free train journey to any agent who has made at least one Shongololo booking with us, while their travel partner only pays 50%.

2 for 1 On All Shongolo Rail Journeys for 2015
Offer is valid until 12pm, July 31

“The Shongololo Express already offers excellent value for money, considering it includes accommodation, sightseeing, and two meals a day,” says Moira Smith, General Manager AFRICAExperts, “It’s like cruising Africa….by Rail!”

The following are the remaining 2015 Shongololo rail journeys:

14-Day Good Hope: Southbound
From: $2099CAD/$1981 USD per person
Departs: 07 Oct 15
This is a comprehensive tour of South Africa that includes all of the great sights, including Kruger National Park, Zululand, the Drakensberg Mountains, Klein Karoo, the Winelands, and the spectacular Garden Route.

17-Day Southern Cross
From: $2629CAD/ $2128USD per person
Departs: Northbound – 18 Nov 15 / Southbound – 09 Dec 15
This reversible train journey visits six countries, starting in Johannesburg, South Africa and ending in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (or vice versa). The route passes through Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana. It includes visits to Kruger National Park in South Africa, Bulawayo, Matobo National Park, and Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, and Chobe National Park in Botswana.

Air-conditioned safari vehicles

Air-conditioned safari vehicles

The Shongololo Express is a South African cruise-train that carries its own fleet of mini vans used to take passengers on daily guided sightseeing drives. This unique train safari is one of the most convenient ways of seeing southern Africa. With travel between destinations at night, and exploration during the day, guests discover regional attractions on board air-conditioned vehicles.

The recently refurbished train has classic 1950s carriages and provides accommodation in four two-person categories: Emerald, Commodore, and Gold cabins, all with en-suite washroom facilities, as well as Ivory cabins with shared washroom facilities. Breakfast and dinner are prepared on board and served daily in the restaurant, with lunches at guests’ own expense.

A sample of a refurbished double cabin

A sample of a refurbished double cabin

Off-rail excursions take place every day and a great variety of sights, scenery, and activities are on the schedule. Depending on the package taken, some of these off-rail activities are included in the price while others can be purchased optionally while on tour. More exotic or extensive activities such as an open-vehicle safari in a national park, a canoe adventure, quad biking, or hot air ballooning, to name a few, are interspersed in the three Adventure itineraries, and are also for optional purchase en route.

Your Shongololo dining experience

Your Shongololo dining experience

Without a doubt, a train safari is the most convenient, economic and comfortable way of seeing southern Africa. Unpack on boarding and only pack again at the end of your train tour. Good food, good service, and good fellowship are all part of your “travelling hotel”. You can be assured of the same excellent service and great atmosphere on every Shongololo journey!

Shongololo Express: A Life Changing Experience
Hamilton Wende, freelance writer and television producer, recounts his experiences on the train. Remember, if you want to follow in his footsteps, FREE, all you need to do is make one booking on the Shongololo with us at Goway.

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FAM Trip Highlights to Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania, Australia - Wineglass BayIn May, four lucky Goway agents were fortunate enough to visit Tasmania in Australia, on a FAM trip, courtesy of Tourism Tasmania and our partner Premier Travel Tasmania. We held an in-house incentive for our agents, and the highest sellers of Tasmania vacations got to pack their bags and head Downunder.

Tasmania is an island located 240 kilometres/150 miles off the south coast of Australia, With 40% of the island covered by national parks and reserves, it features cool-climate wineries, wilderness, and a rich history of convicts.

Now that our agents are back, we are excited to share some of the knowledge, tips, and tricks they learned on their Tassie adventure.

Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay

What was your favourite place in Tasmania and why?

  • My favourite place was Freycinet National Park and the whole East Coast drive. The scenery is breathtaking and the food is so fresh and delicious!
  • I loved Freycinet National Park. The views from Wineglass Bay look out were stunning! Cradle Mountain would come in a close second with hiking trails and wildlife.
  • The Freycinet Peninsula. It has beautiful scenery, great seafood – especially the oysters and mussels, short and long hiking trails, lots of water-based activities, and wildlife viewing
  • My favourite place in Tasmania was Freycinet because it is very outdoorsy, offering a bunch of hiking trails with great lookouts.
A wombat at Cradle Mountain

A wombat at Cradle Mountain

What are some selling tips to use for clients interested in travelling to Tasmania?

  • Be mindful of self-drive itineraries and distances between stops. Roads can be a bit windy and might take a first timer a little longer than the mapped drive time to get from one place to another. Also, would recommend not driving at night, as wildlife is abundant and animals such as wallaby, wombats, and pademelons, among others, are an issue in the evening. Lastly, not to be too rushed, there is so much to see and do throughout Tasmania, give clients ample time to really explore the area and allow a few nights rather than a night here and a night there.
  • Very outdoorsy, easy for self drivers, fabulous wine and seafood. All use local produce from the island.
  • Passengers absolutely need to spend at least a week in Tasmania. Often we get inquiries and passengers just want to pop down for 3 days. They will miss out if they don’t have a chance to drive the coast and see more of the island.
  • It’s perfect for self-driving, as there are so many farms/shops/wineries to stop at along the way, but the roads can be windy and therefore some drives may be longer than you expect. Make sure to bring cash if you plan on visiting the Salamanca market in Hobart.
Enjoying a glass of wine at Josef Chromy vineyard

Enjoying a glass of wine at Josef Chromy vineyard

What was something new you learned about Tasmania?

  • Everything we did was a learning experience for me on this fantastic FAM. Tasmania Tourism really did a great job, and our guide was extremely knowledgeable of the destination! We experienced MONA art museum, something I really did not know much about prior to the visit. This is a fascinating art museum that is easily accessed by a short ferry ride from Hobart Marina or the drive is about 30 minutes. I also did not realize all of the wildlife we would see just walking around.
  • Very windy roads, has a British feel to the island with the houses and rolling hills
  • Tasmania has a great food and wine scene! The food was out of this world, and the boutique wineries we visited were top notch.
  • Everything is made and sourced locally, the produce is all local, the art displayed in galleries is from Tasmanian artists only, and because it’s so independent from mainland Australia, you get the feeling it’s another country.
Bay of Fires

Bay of Fires

If you could go back, what would you like to see next or do in Tasmania?

  • Definitely want to get up north to see Bay of Fire, Devonport, and also head west to Strahan. I’d also would like to go back and spend more time in Cradle Mountain, Stewart Bay, and Hobart!
  • If I could go back, I would definitely spend some time exploring the national parks on the west coast. The nature looks stunning.
  • I would love to go to Strahan and see the west coast. I would also love to do the 4 day Bay of Fires hike. Next time, I’d also bring a bigger suitcase so I can bring home more of those delicious Tassie jams, sauces and wines.
  • Unfortunately we didn’t make it to the west coast so I would like to see Strahan, as I heard it was very beautiful.
Sea Kayaking at Coles Bay amidst the seals

Sea Kayaking at Coles Bay amidst the seals

What were your favourite experiences or memories about Tasmania?

  • Sea Kayaking in Coles Bay with Freycinet Adventures, the Wineglass Bay Cruise with Wineglass Bay Cruises, behind-the-scenes wine tour at Josef Chromy Vineyards, MONA art museum, Port Arthur, Salamanca Market in Hobart, and of course, seeing those little Tasmanian devils… and lastly all of our wonderful visits to various restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops, such as Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm, Tasmania Gourmet Sauce Company, Port Arthur Lavendar, Smolt, Trombolo, and Freycinet Marine Farm, just to name a few. There are simply too many wonderful places to list!
  • We went kayaking in Coles Bay off the Freycinet Peninsula and a family of seals came so close to our kayaks we could touch them. They swam with us for almost the whole tour. It was incredible.
  • We went on a kayak tour with Freycinet Adventures and were lucky enough to get really close to a seal colony, that was pretty incredible.
  • Kayaking in Freycinet and having the Australian fur seals swim up close to us and then follow us back to where we finished the tour.
Tasmanian Devil at Unzoo

Tasmanian Devil at Unzoo

Did you learn anything new or see anything that surprised you in Tasmania?

  • I was surprised about some of the distances we were driving. Tasmania doesn’t seem like a big place, but because of the winding roads and some difficult terrain, it can take a while to get from place to place. It’s another reason to recommend more time in Tassie!
  • I was surprised to hear about the decrease in the Tasmanian Devil population due to facial tumors, but very impressed at the conservation efforts in place to get the population back up in Tassie. We were fortunate enough to get a first-hand glimpse of what this entails, during our visit to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park (Unzoo) – also a must for visitors coming to Tasmania! Not only do you get to see the fascinating Tasmania Devils, but also an open park where kangaroos and exotic birds can be found walking around in the open, even with an option to feed them! Very interactive!
  • I did not know how big Tasmania is and had severely misjudged the driving distances.
  • I was surprised at how much wildlife we saw at each stop, and on our drives from place to place.

For great Tasmania itinerary ideas, visit us at www.goway.com.

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Getting to Know the Four Seasons Bora Bora Island Resort

Four Seasons Bora Bora - from Bungalow Balcony, TahitiThe Four Seasons Bora Bora is an incredibly beautiful 5-star resort in French Polynesia’s most popular island, and a perfect setting for both romance and family vacations.

The resort is located on a private island in Bora Bora and offers a variety of accommodation, including large overwater bungalow suites, which vary depending on the view and size, beach, lagoon or mountain bungalows, plus a larger two bedroom overwater bungalow with personal outdoor plunge pools on the deck. The resort also has one-, two- and three-bedroom villas, ideal for families or groups of friends travelling together. Each villa has its own garden, private swimming pool, whirlpool and hammock. All restaurants and bars have water and sunset views.

Four Seasons Bora Bora - Bungalow Interior, Tahiti

Bungalow interior

Couple suntanning on paddle boards

Couple suntanning on paddle boards

Special features of the resort include a “romance menu”, an onsite marine biologist, complimentary daily snorkelling excursions, the Tahia Pearl boutique, complimentary non-motorized water sports, free kids’ program, and complimentary afternoon boat transfer to Vaitaipe town.

Goway has a variety of promotions and special offers available for Four Seasons, such as the 4th night free with breakfast, and a discounted family package. The resort provides  special amenities for honeymooners, and those celebrating an anniversary or birthday.

To find out more, please visit us at www.goway.com.

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A Partnership for Success in Group Travel for Women

Paper Cutout Team United with Globe_68940586GroupsOnly is excited to be working with Women Traveling Together®, owned and operated by Debra Asberry. Started in 1997, Women Traveling Together® began as a small, home-based small group tour operator with two part-time employees, located in the United States. Their typical client was, and still is, a solo woman traveller who wants the convenience, safety, and companionship that female-only small group travel offers, as compared to travelling alone or as a single in a couples group.

Debra Asberry

Debra Asberry

Debra’s company and its success is a testament to the power of business partnerships and strong leadership.Below, she writes about how a partnership with our GroupsOnly division has helped her business flourish.

When I was asked to write about how Goway’s GroupsOnly has contributed to the success of my company, Women Traveling Together®, I took some time to reflect on how our business relationship began, and how it has changed over the years.

After researching several options for expanding into Asia and India, I concluded the most expedient and safest business approach was to find a North American-based company to work with who already had a business relationship in this part of the world. My research led me to Goway’s GroupsOnly Division and Frank Lin, one of the group sales coordinators at Goway who happened to pick up the phone the day I called. We had a lengthy conversation about my business model, and whether Goway would be able to assist me.

Most touring groups have some common interests that bind them together, and are in search of commonly desired places to travel. It makes for a perfect fit with Goway’s group services. Our travelers do not know each other prior to the start of a tour. The women are initially attracted to our tours because of a desire to travel to specific destinations which their friends or husband are not interested in. As a women-only group, three things are paramount to the success of our tours: safety, centrally-located boutique hotels, and engaging activities that create lasting memories and friendship bonds amongst the travelers.

Women Hikers in the Crimean Mountains, Europe

Women Hikers in the Crimean Mountains, Europe

I had never worked with a group coordinator. All the tours Women Traveling Together® offered up to that point had been researched and arranged by my small staff and I. I really had no idea what Goway’s GroupsOnly was going to do for me other than be the middleman between my company and the suppliers in Asia and India. It did not take long to realize Goway was going to be much more than a middleman. They were going to become a part-time resource for me, and ultimately, in my mind, a partner in the success of Women Traveling Together®.

The group coordinators at GroupsOnly are well traveled and personally familiar with their areas of expertise. They listen to my ideas for a tour, offering their suggestions to make the travel experience not just better, but exceptionally memorable. The procedural and documentation consistency is invaluable to me, having experienced how wildly different individual suppliers can present their information. Dealing exclusively in US Dollars is also a cost savings for my clients; I no longer have to calculate in a contingency for currency fluctuation. Finally, when doing future tour planning, the GroupsOnly  coordinators at Goway are very helpful in suggesting new itinerary ideas.

Women friends dining at a restaurant_27853411Fast forward eight years of working with Goway GroupsOnly, and the results speak for themselves! Women Traveling Together® has more than doubled the number of tours we offer annually, has moved from a home-based business to offices with two full-time and six part-time employees, and has become the largest women-only tour operator in the United States, consistently selling out over 97% of our available spaces by the first quarter of each travel year.

Offering 60 exciting tours around the world, I can say without a doubt that our success has been aided by the partnership we formed with Goway in 2007, and the personal and profession dedication of the people involved at both companies.

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Small Group Travel in South America

Llamas at Machu Picchu, Peru_282046022There are two primary ways to travel in South America. One is to be independent, travelling with those you know and love, in a private environment. The other is to travel with a group in a more organized environment.

Travelling with a group has a number of advantages. First, everything is arranged in advance with no worries about planning the details. such as accommodation, sightseeing, where to eat, or what to see. Secondly, you usually travel with like-minded people with whom you may well continue a friendship long after the tour has ended. Thirdly, the group tour escort or guide gives so much local knowledge and insight through the course of your tour, and acts as a great at-hand resource for the group.

Traditionally offering private, FIT-type travel, we at Goway have seen the emerging trend of small group touring. In the face of that demand, and adding to our small group tour roster, we have just launched our “Wonders” series. These trips capture all the top sites of the region, but in a more economical group tour environment.

Featuring a maximum of 16 people, these small group itineraries include tours, transfers, transportation, and accommodation – unless otherwise stated. Not only do they offer great value, these itineraries also have set guaranteed departures, making it easier to sell to your clients.

Reed boat at Lake Titicaca

Reed boat at Lake Titicaca

To celebrate the launch of these itineraries, Goway is offering 20% off on the 9-Day Wonders of Peru, when international and domestic air is booked with us. The 20% offer delivers savings of up to $600US / $720CA per couple. This offer is valid till 12pm – June 30, 2015.

Home to Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, and the culinary mecca of Lima, Peru is at the top of most people’s bucket list for South America. Visitors and their fellow travellers can cross Peru off their list, as they enjoy this small group itinerary – staying in comfortable accommodation, and learning about various sites through knowledgeable English-speaking guides… all at very affordable prices!

Plaza de Armas, Cusco

See our incredible offer: Wonders of Peru – SAVE with 20% Off!
Offer valid until 12pm – June 30, 2015.

Check out all our other Wonders small group itineraries in the series:
Wonders of Argentina
Wonders of Chile
Wonders of Chile and Argentina
Wonders of Ecuador
Wonders of Ecuador and Peru
Wonders of Peru and Iguassu Falls

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Calling All Singles… to Africa!

Woman in Jacuzzi Overlooking the Masai Mara, KenyaGoway’s AFRICAExperts are offering significant savings for single travellers. “Typically, single travellers may pay up to double the twin share rates for vacations,” commented Moira Smith, AFRICAExpert’s General Manager. We recognize the trend for travellers that prefer to travel alone, and so have negotiated excellent deals, whereby singles pay the twin share rate only on select hotels, lodges and tours. That translates into significant savings.

For example, single travellers on our bestselling 14-Day World in One Country tour in South Africa can save up to $700 if they travel on the last Sunday of the month departure. Similarly on our bestselling East African safaris, the single supplement is waived from January to May and November for the 7-Day Essential Tanzania Safari, and January to June for the 8-Day Essential Kenya Safari and the 14-Day East Africa Safari.

Fez, Morocco

Fez, Morocco

On Goway’s flagship Holiday of a Lifetime program, a twin share guarantee is offered. If clients are prepared to share with someone of the same sex, they can save up to $2,500 on the deluxe 12-Day Magic of Africa, the 18-Day Ancient Civilizations, and the newly launched 14-Day Signature Morocco experiences.

Other travel experiences where the single supplement is waived at certain times of the year is at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge in Zimbabwe and South African game lodges such as Sabi Sabi Game Reserve – Bush Lodge.

Accommodation at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Accommodation at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Book Now and SAVE on Select Safaris!
Offer valid on bookings made till 12pm – June 30, 2015.
8-Day Essential Kenya Special – Save up to $500
14-Day East Africa Safari Special – Save up to $1300

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Costa Rica: A Summer Escape Waiting for You!

Arenal Volcano, Costa RicaCosta Rica not only makes for a great destination to escape to in the winter, but the upcoming summer months are a great a time to go as well. Less crowds, no hurricanes, some of the best beaches in the world, as well as a ton of nature and wildlife are all top reasons to travel to Costa Rica in the summer. For those travellers in the Southern U.S., the breeze of the Pacific coast of Costa Rica will provide a good respite from the heat at home. With Goway’s great range of Stay and Pay deals, the Costa Rican summer sun is priced just right.

Add to that the famous Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica’s famous Cloud Forest, as well as time on the beautiful Pacific Coast, our Costa Rica getaway choices make a great summer vacation alternative.

David Dalglish, Goway's Central America Expert

David Dalglish, Goway’s Central America Expert

Want some expert advice on how and why to sell Costa Rica? Hear from David, one of Goway’s many Central American Experts, as he “gives up” some of his tips and tricks on how to sell one of the most popular, affordable, and easy to get to destinations in Central and South America.

Small Geography
You can travel to the vast majority of destinations of interest in Costa Rica from one of two international airports in under 3 hours. It is feasible and really not even that difficult to have breakfast on the Caribbean and dinner on the Pacific, or vice versa.

Because it is small, you can also see plenty in a one-week getaway, such as Arenal, Monteverde, and the beaches of Guanacaste, or Tortuguero, Arenal, and Manuel Antonio.

Costa Rica is the one country in South America where self-drive options are available, and where plenty can be seen.

Poas Volcano

Poas Volcano

Manuel Antonio beach at leisure

Manuel Antonio beach at leisure

Flight Flexibility
With 2 international gateways in such a small country, flexibility is a guarantee when creating an FIT itinerary, with open jaw flights using San Jose (SJO) and Liberia (LIR) as a popular travel option.

Flights options from all major gateways are great, with many short, direct flights.

English is spoken widely, more so in Costa Rica per capita than any other Central American country. This makes for a seamless traveller experience.

Local Guides
The quality level of local guiding in Costa Rica is superb. Tour guides in Costa Rica take pride in their work and have received 4+ years of formal training, making them very professional and knowledgeable individuals. As such, value for money is huge with top-notch guides, with excursions showing off the best of Costa Rica.

Costa Rica offers their visitors plenty to do. It is like a real-life theme park of fun activities, set in beautiful nature. From beaches and mountains, to rafting and relaxing at a spa, there is something for everyone, including anyone looking for wildlife and birds.

Zip lining at Arenal

Zip lining at Arenal

Safari floating

Safari floating

Costa Rica is considered a year-round destination. The wet season, from May to October, is amazing and lush. It is warm everywhere, and seeing a tropical rainforest in an afternoon storm is impressive!

Diversity is the word here, as the local cuisine is simple but healthy and delicious. Fresh fish, abundance of fresh fruits, and plenty of juices are just some of the many choices.

From basic and affordable, to high-end luxury, to all-inclusive resorts, any budget or style can be accommodated.

One last tip for agents selling Costa Rica… don’t mention the creepy crawlies.

For more information on Costa Rica, you can contact David at davidd@goway.com, or visit our website at www.goway.com.

Squirrel monkey

Squirrel monkey

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Two For One on a Boutique Cruise in Fiji

Blue Lagoon Fiji Princess - Chairs on Beach, FijiGoway is offering a fantastic new special offer for cruising in Fiji.

For a limited time, travellers to Fiji can book a cruise and take a friend for free, with our Two for One Fijian Cruise special!

This promotion is available for two departures on Blue Lagoon’s small ship cruise (Orchid deck cabin): the four night cruise on 14 Sept’15 and the three night cruise on 13 Nov ’15.

Friendly service on the beach

Friendly service on the beach

Travellers will cruise amongst unspoiled Fijian islands from the southern Mamanuca group of Islands to the northerly islands of the Yasawas, all while visiting remote villages, swimming or snorkeling in some of the most beautiful waters in the world, volleyball, bushwalks, fish feeding, enjoying a huge variety of activities with on-board water toys, or simply relaxing under a palm tree ashore. Imagine the experience of waking up every morning to a new Fijian paradise. This short cruise combines perfectly with a Mamanuca Island resort in Fiji. Cruise includes all meals on board.

Click here for more information about Blue Lagoon Cruises

This special offer is valid until 12pm, June 30th, 2015.

Fiji Princess surrounded by beautiful Fijian waters and beaches

Fiji Princess surrounded by beautiful Fijian waters and beaches

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