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Embark on a remarkable South Pacific journey aboard Cunard's Queen Elizabeth, departing from Sydney on 22nd January 2025. Experience the beautiful shores of the South Pacific, where Fijian white sandy beaches and fragrant dishes await! Pause in paradise at Lifou, Lautoka, Suva, Luganville, Port Vila, Noumea, and enjoy a call in modern Brisbane on your return.

Life is more luxurious with Cunard, encorporating elegant fine dining on-board, delicious daily afternoon teas and indulgent relaxation and wellness moments before an unforgettable evening of live entertainment and celebration.

  • Queen Elizabeth
  • 22nd January 2025
  • From £2,349 per person
  • 15 Nights

Ports of Call: Sydney, Australia – Lifou, New Caledonia – Lautoka, Fiji – Suva, Fiji – Luganville, Vanuatu - Port Vila, Vanuatu – Noumea, New Caledonia – Brisband, Australia – Sydney, Australia - Plus 7 days At Sea.


Day 1

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Sydney, Australia's oldest and largest urban centre, was shaped by gold mining and sheep breeding, evolving into the South Pacific's biggest port. Revered by Mark Twain as the "wonder of the world," Sydney boasts a natural harbour, golden beaches, and top-tier dining. While renowned for its outdoor lifestyle, the city transcends sun-soaked leisure. The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, alongside the lively harbour, create an exceptionally vibrant atmosphere. Exploring beyond reveals hidden coves, expansive beaches, and the captivating Blue Mountains.

Day 2-3

At Sea

Day 4

Lifou, New Caledonia

Lifou is a captivating island located in the Loyalty Islands of New Caledonia, renowned for its stunning coral reefs, pristine beaches, and vibrant Kanak culture. Visitors can explore lush tropical forests, indulge in water sports, and immerse themselves in the rich traditions of the local Melanesian community.

Day 5

At Sea

Day 6

Lautoka, Fiji

Lautoka, Fiji's second-largest city and gateway to tropical paradise, rests along the western coast of Viti Levu. Pristine beaches lead to crystal-clear lagoon waters, framed by lush terrain. With year-round warmth, idyllic days are spent beneath swaying palms on pristine shores. Its name, meaning 'Spear hit' in Fijian, echoes tribal history. Lautoka, dubbed Sugar City, thrives on sugar production, while its multicultural charm reflects its history of immigration. Beach enthusiasts relish white sands and turquoise waters for snorkelling and paddleboarding, completing the idyllic scene.

Day 7

Suva, Fiji

Fiji's capital, Suva, with 85,000 residents, offers a laid-back retreat from city life stereotypes. Nestled on a peninsula, Suva boasts village-style hospitality amidst spectacular landscapes. Lined with lush mangroves, it's not a typical beach resort, but a city with a multicultural ambiance. Colonial and modern architecture tell Suva's story, highlighted by Government House, now the Presidential palace. Wandering its streets, visitors are embraced by Fijian warmth and a unique blend of history and modernity.

Day 8

At Sea

Day 9

Luganville, Vanuatu

Luganville in Vanuatu, a tropical haven, boasts exquisite beaches and mesmerizing blue holes. As the archipelago's second city on Espiritu Santo Island, it's the inspiration behind "Tales of the South Pacific." With lush jungles and white sands, Luganville leads to world-class diving. From the famous SS President Coolidge wreck to Million Dollar Point, WWII relics offer captivating underwater experiences, while Champagne Beach and Lonnoc Beach grace the shoreline.

Day 10

Port Vila, Vanuatu

Port Vila, the capital city of Vanuatu, is a bustling hub nestled on the shores of Efate Island in the South Pacific. With its vibrant markets, colonial architecture, and stunning coastal vistas, Port Vila offers a diverse array of experiences for travelers. From diving into the azure waters of Mele Cascades to sampling delicious local cuisine at the seafront restaurants, Port Vila captivates visitors with its blend of natural beauty and cultural charm.

Day 11

Noumea, New Caledonia

Noumea, the vibrant capital of New Caledonia, is a captivating blend of French sophistication and Pacific island charm. Its picturesque waterfront promenade, Anse Vata, offers stunning views of the turquoise lagoon and is dotted with upscale boutiques and waterfront cafes. Visitors can immerse themselves in the city's rich cultural heritage by exploring its museums, historic sites, and indulging in delicious French-Pacific cuisine.

Day 12-13

At Sea

Day 14

Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia, is a dynamic riverfront city renowned for its sunny climate and laid-back lifestyle. With its bustling cultural precincts, scenic parks, and vibrant dining scene, Brisbane offers a diverse array of experiences for visitors. From exploring the South Bank Parklands to cruising along the Brisbane River, this cosmopolitan city captivates with its blend of urban sophistication and natural beauty.

Day 15

At Sea

Day 16

Sydney, NSW, Australia

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From £2,099 per person