Imagine sailing on a yacht, with dolphins gliding past. You can live this dream aboard the Dulcinea Cruise in Fiji.
Twice a week the Dulcinea yacht cruises for dolphins, near the Fijian island of Malololailai. Your skipper Dave knows the best places to find hundreds of dolphins. And while there are no guarantees, he has been sailing these waters for 14 years and can find dolphins on most days.
The Dulcinea Cruise goes for five hours so you'll need to bring lunch. The Musket Cove Resort will sort it out for you, so all that's left to do is put your feet up, relax and enjoy the ride.
If the scorching sun gets too hot there's a spot where you can go for a swim. The water is a gorgeous 28 degrees and is crystal-clear. Snorkelling here will open you up to a world of underwater magic, with colourful fish and coral stretching out along the ocean bed.The cruise finishes up at Musket Cove Resort, home to 30 bures, 16 villas and six air-conditioned rooms. All rooms are within close distance to the Natu Nemani Island Bar, a cheap spot for a refreshing drink and a sunset to match.