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All Things CARNIVAL – 11th November

Greg and Gary took us a a colourful and magical musical journey to Rio de Janeiro to visit the Carnival.  If you have not enjoyed this once in a lifetime event, the crew at Travel Masters are poised, ready to help you whisk off in February to the perfect hotel in Copacabana and so you can enjoy this exciting event.

There are cruises that sail to Rio for the Carnival, but most are now full for 2018, so lets find something different for this weeks Cruise Deal – and I have a clever link to today’s show.  If we can’t get you to the Carnival, we bring Carnival to you……Carnival Cruises!  You’ll need to pack and go for this cruise as the Carnival Spirit sails from Sydney on the 16th January from Sydney.

Cruising aboard Carnival Spirit will elevate your holiday at sea, to that unforgettable trip you will be longing to relive. You’ll be on a ship that’s nearly the length of three footy fields and 12 decks tall of things to do, see, taste and try. Whether you’re after an action-packed holiday or just want to relax and unwind, you can create the type of cruise holiday you want.

There’s heaps of fun on offer and something for everyone; little ones, big ones and the whole family. The largest waterpark at sea in Australia, mini-golf, two-deck fitness centre, jogging track and sports court, Serenity area (adults-only), day spa and pools and spas. Keep the kids entertained with three different age-appropriate youth programs, giving them plenty of choice on activities and the opportunity to make new friends.

Broadway Entertainment on board the Carnival Spirit

You’ll be spoilt for choice no matter what your passion. If you’re a foodie, Carnival Spirit has tons of dining options – with Fat Jimmy’s C-Side BBQ, Freshie’s Corner, Nouveau, where for a small cover charge you can dine in style, 24 hour Pizza and Ice-Cream and much, much more.

So where are you sailing to?  Well, we have a 12 night South Pacific Cruise with a fantastic last minute fare for you to snap up.  The fare keeps changing, and availability is very limited, so don’t hang back with this – get on the phone!

You’ll sail out of Sydney, and after a ‘Fun Day’ at sea you will arrive in Noumea.  New Caledonia’s lush beauty has earned it many names, including “The Island Closest to Paradise” and “The St. Tropez of the Pacific.” The poincianas, or flame trees, will color the island with their bright red umbrellas when you visit the islands Capital city.

Mysteriously, the next port is Mystery Island.  This small, uninhabited island is one of the most southern of the Vanuatu group. Mystery Island was used as a World War II landing strip for the allied forces. There is now absolutely no tourism development except for the occasional visit by our ship. There are no roads, no shops and no stress!

Mystery Island, Vanuatu

Suva is next.  The Fiji archipelago is at the crossroads of the South Pacific, with 333 islands for an exciting adventure or peaceful repose. Built around a reef protected natural harbor, Suva, with its colonial buildings nestled alongside modern commercial venues, parks and a residential sprawl, is the home of nearly half of Fiji’s urban population. The people of Fiji are the most multi-racial and multi-cultural of all South Pacific island countries. It is an exotic and fascinating culture filled with legends and rituals. Witness firewalkers, Kava Ceremonies, tribal drumming, dance and song.

Port Denarau in Fiji is more than just a pretty place. It’s also a shopper’s dream with a new upmarket retail centre selling all sorts of Fijian arts and crafts. Plus there’s plenty of culture to fill up on with fire walking shows, beachside barbies and bula! shouted from every corner.

The waters off the Isle of Pines must really ‘wash whitest’ because the sands of the Isle’s Kato Bay will impress any visitor with its white, white, talcum-like beach. The Isle of Pines is part of New Caledonia and is situated 50km south east of the mainland. The tall narrow pine trees are a feature of this 17km long island.

Isle of Pines, New Caledonia

After a couple more ‘Fun Days’ to recuperate after the amazing ports you will arrive back into Sydney.  12 nights in total onboard the magical Carnival Spirit, and here is the stunning cruise fare to go with it……$1,129 per person – LESS THAN $100 A DAY!  Why not treat yourself to a Balcony Cabin, for jst $1,575 per person!!

You know the number by now – 1800 672 988!!