Reasons to choose a Blue Lagoon Cruise

With plenty of other options available for your holiday, why should you choose a Blue Lagoon Cruise?

Small Ship Cruising

Discover the benefits of small ship cruising onboard the M.V. Fiji Princess. With only 34 cabins (a maximum of 68 guests), our attentive crew gets to know everyone’s names and preferences quickly and our guests often leave the ship having made lifelong friends with others on their journey.

Authentic Experience

Our 100% Fijian Crew know these islands like the back of their hands and help to make this trip an unforgettable one with optional local cooking lessons, Kava ceremonies, and singing. Our crew will guide you during visits to the local villages in the Yasawa Islands, helping you learn about the Fijian people and their way of life in this region.

Plenty of time on shore

For those that like an active holiday, there are daily activities that will keep you occupied with beach visits, volleyball, hikes, snorkelling as well as once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as swimming with reef sharks and manta rays (May - October). There is something for everyone regardless of whether you’re just looking for a spot to sit and read for the day or prefer to be in on the action!

Private Beach Experience

We are very lucky to have our own private island set on the famed Blue Lagoon and those guests on 4 and 7 night itineraries will get to spend time in this special location. Here we tie up to a coconut tree so people can swim to shore, you can hike to the other side of the island for some spectacular views, play volleyball, try out new water sports or simply relax at the beach in this glorious location. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Fijian Lovo for dinner as well as the meke performance from local villagers.

Single Use Plastic Free

Being environmentally conscious is something we believe in, and as such Blue Lagoon Cruises is proud to now be Single Use Plastic Free. You can make a difference while onboard by using your gifted Blue Lagoon branded metal drink bottled and filling up at one of the many water stations throughout the ship.