Three Islands, which one do you choose?
Bali with it’s cheap massages, markets and sunsets on the beach.
Fiji with it’s incredible snorkelling.
Cook Islands with it’s friendly locals and beautiful beaches.
**This deal has now ended**
But that doesn’t mean you’ve missed out. You can browse the latest travel deals here. If you’re looking for a particular destination, you can search for cheap flights to anywhere here, or request deals from your city.
Bali from $519 returnDash away to Denpasar and bag a bargain to beautiful Bali on Jetstar! Travel during August/September 2020.
Flights to Bali Your departure city wasn’t included? Click to see the prices we have found from your city to Bali
Bali Hotels Get a great deal on a room in Bali
All flights are with Jetstar and involve brief layovers in Sydney in both directions. Jetstar are a low cost carrier, so all checked baggage and in-flight meals will be extra.
Need to add-on a flight from Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown, Dunedin, Tauranga, Rotorua, Palmerston North or anywhere else in NZ?
Search for domestic NZ flights here.
Fiji from $576 return
Pop off to paradise with these fantastic fares to Fiji from Fiji Airways! Travel during February – September 2020. All bags and meals included, and flights are direct!
All flights are with Fiji Airways and are direct. Fiji Airways are a full service airline, so all checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are included.
Need a great place to stay? You’ll find it here.
Cook Islands from $392 return!
Race away to Rarotonga and check out the colourful Cook Islands with these choice deals from Jetstar! Travel during April – June 2020. Hurry, sale ends soon!
Flights to Rarotonga Your departure city wasn’t included? Click to see the prices we have found from your city to Rarotonga
Rarotonga Hotels Get a great deal on a room in Rarotonga
All flights are with Jetstar and are direct from Auckland. Flights from all other cities involve brief layovers in Auckland in both directions.
Jetstar are a low cost carrier, so all checked baggage and in-flight meals will be extra.
Can I use my own dates? Yes – just click the link closest to your preferred dates and then change the dates once the search has completed.
These prices won’t last long. Usually a few days but sometimes much shorter. If you click the sample dates and the prices have gone up it unfortunately means the sale has ended.
Looking for things to do in the Cook Islands? Find them here.
Need last minute flights? Easily find flight deals departing soon with my Last Minute Flight Tool
A quick note about the bushfires in Australia
As you’ve probably heard, bushfires around Australia have destroyed thousands of square miles of land, homes, and wildlife. Most of the firefighting efforts have been by volunteers, many who have lost their homes or lives in the process of saving others. I’m in the Blue Mountains and have been watching two mega blazes, gradually edge closer to the most populated part of the national park, hoping that we get enough rain to stop it before it destroys everything. Yes small towns (including the Blue Mountains) will need every bit of tourism support in 2020, and I will be sure to push that, when they are ready, but right now, it’s still in the emergency stage.
In the meantime, you can donate directly to the RFS here. Your donations help provide much needed equipment, meals, and machinery required to help keep these fires at bay.
Why book via my website?
As an independent creative, it’s incredibly challenging to make a living from selling books or my services as a photographer alone, competing against giant corporate conglomerates. However, sharing my wealth of knowledge from years spent travelling, and working in the travel industry provides useful knowledge to you (at no cost) to help make independent travel, easier. The thing is though, it costs real money to keep this website going.
I know you have an array of websites to choose from when it comes to booking your travel arrangements, however Booking your flights, hotels, attractions, day tours, car hire, rail passes, buying guide books, SIM cards and any other travel products you encounter, via links provided on my website, (including this page) costs you nothing extra (in many cases they are discounted from what you could find elsewhere), but it helps keep my website going. Booking via links on my website takes a small commission from large corporations who then give it to me because you clicked on links via my website, thus supporting an independent creative at no cost to you.
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I’m just one guy, trying to make a difference in the world and for your support, I thank you 🙂