Jan 22, 2021
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Hailed as one of the world’s most livable cities, Auckland offers up Maori history, urban adventure, and natural wonders. In Christchurch, the Gateway to Antarctica, tour the International Antarctic Centre. Stroll Baldwin Street in Dunedin, designated a UNESCO City of Literature, and grab binoculars and swimsuits for birdwatching and kayak adventures on picturesque Stewart Island. For your New Zealand finale, find your perch up on deck for cruising Fiordland National Park to spot takahe and kakapo birds, bottlenose dolphins, seals, and penguins. Late night in Melbourne offers time to venture out to the Yarra Valley for wine tasting, or stroll the cobbled laneways of the “Garden City” to sample fine food and boutique gin and whisky. The hidden harbor on Phillip Island brings a unique opportunity to celebrate your journey with the sunset Penguin Parade. Enjoy a day at sea before embarking on Eden, where you can feast on fresh, local seafood and explore its towering lighthouse. Sail into Sydney Harbor for a swan song at the Opera House.
Celebrate your late night with the sunset Penguin Parade on the hidden harbor of Phillip Island
Late night in Melbourne with time for fine dining and boutique gin and whisky distilleries or take a trip out to the Yarra Valley for wine tasting
Find your spot on deck for cruising Fiordland National Park and look for endangered species like takahe and kakapo birds, bottlenose dolphins, seals and penguins
In Eden visit the first lighthouse made out of concrete in Australia and second tallest at 95 feet
Look for kiwis in Christchurch and Auckland
Tour the International Antarctic Center in Christchurch
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.