2023 Fiji Cruises

Fun lives here in 2023!


Enjoy everything the South Pacific has to offer with a Fiji cruise in 2023.

Visit bustling Suva, walk on the sandy beaches, or scuba dive in the crystal-clear waters among the coral reefs.

Enjoy the friendly locals and amazing cuisine you’ll be raving about for years.

Take a walk among some of the most preserved tropical rainforests on earth, or shop until you drop at the local markets.

And you can have a lot of fun and adventure getting there, with more than 45 family-friendly activities onboard a Carnival cruise.

Book a Fiji cruise in 2023 today and create memories that you and your family will cherish forever.


Commonly Asked Questions

Are cruise ships going to Fiji in 2023?

A Fiji cruise in 2023 is the perfect way to relax, get away from it all, and have some down time with the people you love. We’re ready to go on a cruise to Fiji in 2023 when you are. Keep an eye on this page and check out the latest cruises that can put you in paradise in no time at all.

How long does it take to sail from Sydney to Fiji?

A Fiji cruise in 2023 is part of a broader trip to the South Pacific. You’ll visit Suva as part of a cruise that may take in some of the most magnificent destinations in the world including:

What is there to do in Fiji from a cruise ship?

It’s easy to see why Fiji is one of the most popular destinations for Australian tourists. And Carnival’s Fiji cruise deals allow you to take in everything great about the islands with amazing shore excursions including:

When is the best time to cruise to Fiji in 2023?

There’s never a bad time to go on a Fiji cruise in 2023. We offer a Fiji island cruise for most months of the year. Escape the Australian winter with a Fiji cruise in 2023, or venture to a sunny haven in summer and make the most of the amazing beaches.

What islands do Carnival cruises visit?

The Fiji islands are a handful of the more than 180 in the South Pacific. And our South Pacific cruises visit a lot of them. As well as Fiji, our cruises have multiple shore excursions to islands in New Caledonia and Vanuatu.