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South Pacific & the Land Down Under2019-05-18T08:43:32+00:00
38 Days
South Pacific & the Land Down Under - Los Angeles to Sydney
Jan 4, 2020
Veranda starting from:
WAS $22,598NOW $18,199 CAD
w/ Free Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
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INCLUDES

  • FREE Air* & Transfers
  • FREE Guided Tours
  • FREE Wi-Fi
  • FREE Specialty dining
  • FREE Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • FREE 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • FREE Shipboard Credit (up to $1,000 USD/cabin)
  • Government taxes & fees

PLUS:

  • 24-hour room service
  • Access to top-rated spa & state-of-the-art fitness center
  • Self-service launderette
  • Inclusions worth over $400/couple per day

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Cruise Connections Specials/person (CAD)
INCLUDES: FREE Air* | Free Guided Tours | Free Wi-Fi | Taxes & Fees
Date Destination Veranda
(Starting from)
Savings
(per couple)
Special Air Add-on*
Jan 4, 2020 Los Angeles to Sydney $22,598
$18,199
$8,798 FREE
Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways. Air offer may vary across gateways and itineraries. Call for details.

Los Angeles to Sydney

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Los Angeles, United States Los Angeles boasts splendid architecture, from art deco to modernist 21st century.

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Cruise the Pacific Ocean Most of the islands in the world are found in the Pacific Ocean.

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Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia The rocky peaks of the Marquesas Islands are a contrast to its pristine coastline.

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Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The South Pacific contains more than 20,000 islands.

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Tahiti (Papeete), French Polynesia Tahiti is one of the world’s most visually stunning and romantic destinations.

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Tahiti (Papeete), French Polynesia French Polynesia has one of the most serenely beautiful yet diverse environments on earth.

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Bora Bora, French Polynesia Magnificent, lushly forested Bora Bora is the gem of the Society Islands.

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Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean is the world’s largest ocean, covering more than 63 million square miles.

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Rarotonga, Cook Islands Rarotonga is the unspoiled hub of the Cook Islands.

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Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The Ring of Fire is located around the Pacific and consists of hundreds of active volcanoes.

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Cross the International Date Line Crossing the International Date Line is a time-honored travel milestone long marked by ceremony.

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Tongatapu, Tonga Captain James Cook presented Tonga’s leader with a tortoise who lived at his palace for almost 200 years.

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Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The deepest ocean trench in the world is located in the Pacific Ocean and surpasses the height of Mount Everest.

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Suva, Fiji Suva is the largest metropolitan city in Fiji and was part of the British Empire for almost 100 years.

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Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The Pacific is the world’s largest ocean covering around 30 percent of the earth’s surface.

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Bay of Islands, New Zealand Gateway to the more than 150 islands that comprise the Bay of Islands, Waitangi holds a central role in the history of New Zealand.

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Auckland, New Zealand Rich in heritage, Auckland is the cultural capital of New Zealand’s North Island.

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Auckland, New Zealand Set between two glistening harbors, Auckland is known as the “City of Sails.”

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Rotorua, New Zealand Tauranga occupies a stunning setting between a sweeping bay and Mt. Maunganui.

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Napier, New Zealand Napier is a rich cultural center and gateway to a thriving wine-growing region.

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Wellington, New Zealand New Zealand’s capital of Wellington is splendidly set between mountains and sea.

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Christchurch, New Zealand British-flavored Christchurch fans out at the feet of the Southern Alps.

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Dunedin, New Zealand Gateway to culture-rich Dunedin, Port Chalmers lies on picturesque Otago Harbor.

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Cruise the Doubtful Sound Doubtful Sound is the deepest and, many believe, most magnificent fjord of New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park.

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Cruise the Tasman Sea The legendary Tasman Sea lies between New Zealand and Australia.

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Tasmania, Australia Tasmania is known as the “Apple Isle,” as it is one of the most prominent apple-growing areas in the world.

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Scenic Cruising: Bass Strait The Bass Strait, between Australia and Tasmania, is dotted with more than 100 islands.

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Melbourne (Geelong), Australia Set along the scenic Corio Bay, historic Geelong is home to old mills and warehouses restyled into art galleries and shops.

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Cruise the Gippsland Coast Australia’s Gippsland Coast is a picturesque shore of unspoiled landscapes.

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Sydney, Australia Sydney’s The Rocks is an inviting harborside district of restaurants, galleries and shops.

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