Win a trip for two to Fiji worth over $8000!

by North & South / 22 August, 2017

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PRIZE PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Two Economy class “The Works” tickets to Nadi, Fiji return from any domestic airport
    serviced by Air New Zealand (valued at $1730)
  • A fabulous 4-night Wanderer Cruise for two adults in the Orchid Cabin (valued at $5656)
  • Two nights in an Ocean Breeze Room at The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa,
    including breakfast for two (valued at $700)
  • Two 7-day memberships for the brand-new Malamala Beach Club (valued at $266)

Blue Lagoon Cruises

On your four-day cruise, you’ll discover the untouched South Pacific and explore the spectacular surrounding Islands. A dedicated catamaran will speed you to the Sacred islands, a breathtaking backdrop for a day’s swimming, snorkelling and relaxation. The private island peninsula and stunning azure waters of Blue Lagoon is your next port of call and venue for an evening under the stars feasting on a traditional Lovo meal. Your next day’s anchorage is Sawa-i-Lau Island for a visit to the sacred caves and Tamasua village, where villagers host the evening’s food and entertainment. The last island stop is Drawaqa, a chance to snorkel with the magnificent manta rays before a beach party under the stars – Fiji-style.

Malamala Beach Club

Surrounded by Fiji’s famous crystal-clear waters and coral reefs, Malamala Beach Club is Fiji’s first island beach club – located just 25 minutes from Port Denarau. With this amazing new day trip in Fiji, you’ll experience exceptional service and secluded tropical ambience, with white sand beaches, private beachside cabanas, a resort-style infinity pool, snorkelling on the surrounding reef and stunning views across the Mamanucas.

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand offers daily flights from Auckland to Fiji – just three hours away – with connections across the domestic network. Seasonal non-stop flights are also available from Wellington and Christchurch. A variety of inflight product choices include Seat, Seat+Bag, The Works and Works Deluxe, in addition to Premium Economy and Business Premier.

The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa

Welcome to the world of Westin in the South Pacific, where five-star comfort harmonises with lush tropical surrounds and international style fuses with Fijian island warmth. Located on Denarau Island, the resort is designed to reflect Fiji’s rich cultural heritage and local style, complemented by the finest facilities, including the Heavenly Spa by Westin®, and a choice of swimming pools and dining experiences.

 

Enter your details below to be in with a chance of winning!


Terms and conditions: Entry is open only to New Zealand residents. Employees of Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ, South Sea Cruises, Air New Zealand and their affiliates or agencies and their immediate families are ineligible to enter. No responsibility taken for lost, misdirected or incomplete entries. Entries are limited to one per person. This promotion commences September 4, 2017 and ends December 5, 2017. The winner will be notified on December 6, 2017. The prize package includes two Economy class “The Works” tickets to Nadi, Fiji return from any Air New Zealand-serviced domestic airports (valued at $1730), a 4-night Wanderer Cruise for two adults in the Orchid Cabin (valued at $5656), two nights in an Ocean Breeze Room at The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa, including breakfast for two (valued at $700), and two 7-day memberships for Malamala Beach Club (valued at $266) – a total prize package worth more than $8000. Must be taken as offered and is not exchangeable, transferable or redeemable for cash. The promoter is Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ, Shed 12, City Works Depot, 90 Wellesley St West, Auckland.

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