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13 cruises

Oceania: Fiji, Romania, Tonga, Cook Islands, French Polynesia

Lautoka Itinerary Oceania
from $25,595.22
price per person Taxes included
10 reservations in 48 hours
Door-to-door
Duration: 13 nights
Departure from: Lautoka Landing: Papeete
Itinerary:
1. Lautoka,
2. Levuka,
3. Leleuvia,
4. Vanua Balavu,
5. Ringgold Isles,
6. Cobia,
7. Fulanga,
8. Uoleva,
9. navigation,
10. Neiafu,
11. navigation,
12. navigation,
13. Aitutaki,
14. Palmerston Island,
15. navigation,
16. Bora Bora,
17. Raiatea,
18. Papeete
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Fiji, Tonga

Lautoka Itinerary Oceania
from $9,965.48
price per person Taxes included
Scenic Eclipse II | Oct. 13, 2024
Duration: 8 nights
Departure from: Lautoka Landing: Lautoka
Itinerary:
1. Lautoka,
2. Yasawa,
3. Taveuni,
4. Lakeba,
5. Neiafu,
6. navigation,
7. Fulanga,
8. Beqa,
9. Lautoka
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Fiji, Tonga

Lautoka Itinerary Oceania
from $9,965.48
price per person Taxes included
Scenic Eclipse II | Oct. 21, 2024
Duration: 8 nights
Departure from: Lautoka Landing: Lautoka
Itinerary:
1. Lautoka,
2. Yasawa,
3. Taveuni,
4. Lakeba,
5. Neiafu,
6. navigation,
7. Fulanga,
8. Beqa,
9. Lautoka
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Fiji, Denmark, New Caledonia, France, United States, New Zealand, Australia

Lautoka Itinerary Oceania
from $12,562.86
price per person Taxes included
Scenic Eclipse II | Oct. 29, 2024
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Lautoka Landing: Auckland
Itinerary:
1. Lautoka,
2. navigation,
3. Paamiut,
4. Lifou,
5. Isle Of Pines,
6. navigation,
7. Norfolk,
8. navigation,
9. Waitangi (Bay Of Islands),
10. Great Barrier Reef,
11. Auckland
13 cruises

With a population of around 52,500 people, Lautoka is the second largest city in Fiji and it is located on the western side of the island of Viti Levu, the largest island in the Fijian archipelago.

Lautoka is a dynamic city where industrial activity, cultural richness, and natural beauty are perfectly mixed together. The city is named after a battle cry that means ‘spear-hit’. According to legend, when an argument erupted between two local chiefs, one shouted the words Lau -Toka meaning “spear –hit” or “hit to win” as he killed the other by spearing him through the chest. The city is also known as the "Sugar City" due to its famous sugar industry.

The Lautoka Sugar Mill was founded in 1903, its importance has grown over the years becoming one of the largest in the country and a major employer in the region. Besides sugar, economy includes tourism, manufacturing, and services. The city serves as an important port for both commercial and cruise ships, contributing to its economic vitality. The importance of the port is linked to both trade and tourism. The port sees a bunch of cruise liners, giving passengers a chance to explore the city’s historic sites, hit the beaches and shop around.


Cruises from or stopping in Lautoka often include itineraries through Oceania and Polynesia. These cruises are a great way to see the beauty and culture of the this area, with Lautoka being a highlight for many travelers. Lautoka is a vibrant city with a mix of different cultures and ethnicities, reflecting Fiji's diverse demographic makeup. Lautoka has a vibrant cultural scene with various festivals, markets, and events that celebrate the rich heritage and traditions of its people. If you want to taste local cuisine the Lautoka Market is for you. It is a bustling hub where locals sell fresh produce, handicrafts, and other goods. Rugby and soccer plays an important role in Lautoka sporting culture. If you are a sport lover, Churchill Park is for you. It is a notable sports venue in Lautoka that hosts various local and international sporting events.

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