Carnival Cruise sale: Shave up to $500 off sails plus free cabin upgrades
Gear up for an epic South Pacific cruise for a fraction of the price.
With the South Pacific islands just a stone's throw from our shores, reaching paradise is never too difficult. Now, it's not that expensive either with Carnival Cruises slashing the cost off select South Pacific cruises by up to 23%.
On top of the savings, you can also snap up free cabin upgrades when you book before 30 May and you only need to put down a $49 deposit to secure your spot. So if you've got a spare $49 and a penchant to hit the high seas, why not take a look?
There are four routes available, each with numerous departures throughout 2020.
The cheapest is an 8-night cruise that takes you from Sydney to Noumea, Mare and Isle of Pines on Carnival Splendour. Prices start from $729 per person based on a twin share cabin.
To spend just a little more time on the seas, Sydneysiders can tuck into this 9-night cruise to Noumea, Lifou, Mare and Isle of Pines. Priced at $1,029 per person it gives you that extra night on the seas and a bonus destination (Lifou) on the cruise mentioned above.
Cruising from Brisbane? This 7-night cruise takes you to Luganville, Mystery Island and Noumea. Starting at $899 per person, this ship sets sail in November and December 2019 so you can even use it as an early Christmas present.
Lastly, there's this luxe 13-day expedition from Melbourne. It features all the highlights of Isle of Pines, Mare, Mystery Island, Lifou and Noumea so you won't miss a beat. At $1,399 per person, it's worth every penny. Plus, it sails over Valentine's Day 2020. Hint, hint.
You can book all these cruises and more through CruiseAway until 27 June 2019. But don't forget, if you get in before 30 May you'll score a free cabin upgrade on top of these hot deals.
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