in 2013 the travelOUT WEEK FANTASTIQUE 12 October
Group cruise for lesbians, gays and our friends to the Pacific
from Brisbane returning to Brisbane
Join travelOUT on our gay group departures
from Brisbane return to Brisbane Australia
INCLUDED WITH YOUR CRUISE:
- All meals in the silver-service main restaurants, food courts and daytime grills
- Daytime activities, including the sports court, whirlpool spas, pools and fully equipped gym
- Evening entertainment featuring live comedy, theatre, nightclubs and cinema
- Children’s Centres with supervised activity programmes
In the staterooms:
- Ensuite air-conditioned accommodation
- Ensuite cabin serviced daily by your steward
For the travelOUT Group
- Exclusive welcome aboard cocktail party
- Pre arranged group dining
- A variety of other exclusive events dependant on group size
- On-board tour host#
- Optional private group shore excursions#
#subject to minimum numbers of group participants
- All Australian and overseas port taxes
NOT INCLUDED WITH YOUR CRUISE:
- Visas – not required for Australian Passport holders
- Tips & gratuities
- Shore excursions & activities not listed
- Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
- Travel insurance- required
GAY group cruises are NOT all gay
Our gay groups vary in size. Final numbers will be disclosed at final payment on request.
Our Group cruise aims to provide LGBTI travellers with the company and comfort of other LGBTI travellers from broad backgrounds.
Our group discounted price ensures you get the best possible price of the day. Please email or call for your style of cabin. Please contact us for all travel requirements including flights and insurance.
||Ports of Call
||Noumea, New Caledonia
||Lifou, New Caledonia
||Port Vila, New Caledonia
Book now by downloading the booking form, completing it, printing then submitting it directlly to us for action. We will hold the best available berths for you fo 3 days while you arrange deposit payment Download form HERE
Noumea – New Caledonia
Nouméa is a vibrant city where the South Pacific meets the French Riviera with its French-inspired architecture and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
It is a pleasure to stroll through Nouméa along the Place des Cocotiers embellished by fabulous flame trees, around its monumental fountain and the old time music kiosk.
Continue along the streets flanked by old colonial houses, the bays highlighted by hibiscus and bougainvilleas, the marina, an inspiring contemporary architectural design and on to beaches gently caressed by the trade winds, for everybody to enjoy, right in the heart of the city.
Discover the market by the Bay de la Moselle, which is open every day. Here, you can taste local fruits and vegetables and buy arts and crafts.
Lifou - New Caledonia
Lifou is the largest coral atoll in the Loyalty islands. Lifou has the wonderful charm of an island that has managed to preserve its own traditional Kanak culture. Coral levels make up Lifou’s base, creating cliffs which plunge into the ocean and white sand beaches. Lifou is special in that it has a number of diversified landscapes; the northern coast of the island is made up of high, steep cliffs, whilst the southern side has pristine white sand beaches with stunning turquoise waters.
Port Vila - Vanuatu
It may be oceans away, but the welcome will make you feel right at home. From the moment you arrive you’re greeted with a big ol’ smile. And to make you feel extra special, the locals set up their markets at the port just for you. So get your pirate persona out and hunt for some treasures me hearties.
And the cheer continues as you venture further into the city. Even though Port Vila is Vanuatu’s busiest harbour, the people are famed for their ‘good mornings!’ And of course there’s the hearty traditional food to warm your belly. You’ll even find some (not so traditional) Aussie meat pies. Yep, the people of Port Vila go to great lengths to make you feel right at home. It kinda feels like a big Vanuatu group hug.