Australia & New Zealand

Code: ERQSR
12 NIGHT - 13 DAY
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DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Bangalore International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
INCLUDED
Return economy class air fare
Return airport transfers
All entrances are included.
Meals as specified in the itinerary
Sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
All tours & transfers are on Private basis
NOT INCLUDED
GST 5%
Travel Insurance
Tips during the tour
Any meals other than specified above
Any sightseeing other than mentioned above
All entrance fees and excursions not mentioned above
Any other services not mentioned in inclusions column
Any item of personal nature like mini-bar, portage, laundry, telephone calls etc.
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Day 1 : Sydney

As your ship passes Harbour Heads, you are presented with the shimmering skyline of Sydney – hailed by many seafarers as “the most beautiful harbor in the world.” Two prominent landmarks, Harbour Bridge and the sail-like curves of the Sydney Opera House, grace the backdrop of this picturesque harbor. There is a wealth of adventure waiting in Sydney – from its cosmopolitan city center to miles of beautiful beaches and the Blue Mountains. Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the “First Fleet” transporting 760 British convicts. Today, Sydney is the largest port in the South Pacific and is often voted the most popular destination in the South Pacific.

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Day 02 : At Sea

You may start your day by going to the fitness center / Gym.After the breakfast enjoy the on board live bands, Hip Hop dance lessons with Cruise Staff at any of the entertainment venues, Learn the art of candy making, Origami, towel folding or hop on for shopping at any of the on-board shopping outlets.You may try your singing skills at Observatory Lounge / KTV or enjoy the entertainment shows Stardust Lounge or may try your luck at Games Of Chance. Overnight in the comfort of your cabins.

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Day 3 : Hobart

Tasmania’s capital has much in common with Sydney. Founded but a few years later, Hobart also owes its origins to the establishment of a penal colony – and its natural setting is just as impressive. Seen from its fine deep-water harbor, Hobart spills over the lower reaches of the Derwent Valley as Mt. Wellington towers in the background. Much of the city’s heritage is centered on the historic waterfront. North of the city stretches the vast parkland of the Queen’s Domain. Many of Tasmania’s other attractions are within easy reach of Hobart. With more than 90 National Trust buildings, Hobart, founded in 1804, combines colonial character with a sophisticated metropolitan lifestyle.

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Day 04 : At Sea

You may start your day by going to the fitness center / Gym.After the breakfast enjoy the on board live bands, Hip Hop dance lessons with Cruise Staff at any of the entertainment venues, Learn the art of candy making, Origami, towel folding or hop on for shopping at any of the on-board shopping outlets.You may try your singing skills at Observatory Lounge / KTV or enjoy the entertainment shows Stardust Lounge or may try your luck at Games Of Chance. Overnight in the comfort of your cabins.

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Day 05 : Melbourne

Victoria may be Australia’s smallest continental state, but Melbourne, its capital, is big on everything. With a population of 4.25 million people living in 59 separately named communities within 715 square miles, Melbourne is a sprawling city offering culture, art, fashion and friendly, sports-minded Australians. It is also an easy city to explore. At the heart of the city is the Golden Mile, the city’s governmental and commercial center, home to hotels, shops, restaurants and theaters. Originally part of New South Wales, Victoria became a colony in its own right in 1851. The discovery of gold propelled Melbourne’s growth to prominence and prosperity.

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Day 06 : At Sea

You may start your day by going to the fitness center / Gym.After the breakfast enjoy the on board live bands, Hip Hop dance lessons with Cruise Staff at any of the entertainment venues, Learn the art of candy making, Origami, towel folding or hop on for shopping at any of the on-board shopping outlets.You may try your singing skills at Observatory Lounge / KTV or enjoy the entertainment shows Stardust Lounge or may try your luck at Games Of Chance. Overnight in the comfort of your cabins.

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Day 07 : At Sea

You may start your day by going to the fitness center / Gym.After the breakfast enjoy the on board live bands, Hip Hop dance lessons with Cruise Staff at any of the entertainment venues, Learn the art of candy making, Origami, towel folding or hop on for shopping at any of the on-board shopping outlets.You may try your singing skills at Observatory Lounge / KTV or enjoy the entertainment shows Stardust Lounge or may try your luck at Games Of Chance. Overnight in the comfort of your cabins.

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Day 08 : Fiordland National Park

New Zealand’s largest national park was formed millennia ago by massive glacial flows that carved deep fiords into the coast of New Zealand’s South Island. At the heart of Fiordland National Park lies Milford Sound. Lined by cliffs that soar nearly a mile above its surface, Milford Sound cuts into the heart of the Southern Alps. Rainforest clings to the cliffs and graceful waterfalls plummet into the void. Mile-high Mitre Peak dominates the upper reaches of the sound. The town of Te Anau in Fiordland National Park is also your gateway to the South Island’s other natural wonders including Lake Wakatipu, the resort of Queenstown and Mt. Cook National Park.

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Day 09 : Dunedin

Perched on the hills above one of New Zealand’s loveliest harbors, Dunedin is a Kiwi city with a Scottish heart. Hailed as the “Edinburgh of New Zealand,” Dunedin is proud of its heritage. A statue of famed Scottish poet Robert Burns graces downtown, and the presence of New Zealand’s only kilt maker and whisky distillery – as well as many bagpipe bands – keep Dunedin’s ties to Scotland alive. The city also boasts a distinguished architectural and cultural history, a legacy of New Zealand’s 1860s gold rush. Port Chalmers, gateway to Dunedin, is located eight miles from the city center. Dunedin is a planned city: its streets and suburbs fan out from the city’s octagon.

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Day 10 : Akaroa

On the eastern shores of New Zealand’s South Island, Akaroa is a popular tourist destination with a distinctly French flair, its history steeped in legend. It lies on the volcanic Banks Peninsula, which the Maori believe was formed when a hero named Maui piled mountains upon a giant who threatened to eat his children. The same peninsula was purchased from the local Maori by a French whaler around 1838, and was later settled by both the French and the British, who had just signed the Treaty of Waitangi ensuring New Zealand’s existence as a British colony. With French-named streets leading to restaurants serving French cuisine and colonial architecture all around, Akaroa’s heritage as the only French-founded community in New Zealand is unmistakable. Akaroa harbour is home to a diverse array of marine life, including rare Hector’s dolphins, and visitors are lured by the area’s secluded beaches and quaint boutiques.

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Day 11 : Akaroa

On the eastern shores of New Zealand’s South Island, Akaroa is a popular tourist destination with a distinctly French flair, its history steeped in legend. It lies on the volcanic Banks Peninsula, which the Maori believe was formed when a hero named Maui piled mountains upon a giant who threatened to eat his children. The same peninsula was purchased from the local Maori by a French whaler around 1838, and was later settled by both the French and the British, who had just signed the Treaty of Waitangi ensuring New Zealand’s existence as a British colony. With French-named streets leading to restaurants serving French cuisine and colonial architecture all around, Akaroa’s heritage as the only French-founded community in New Zealand is unmistakable. Akaroa harbour is home to a diverse array of marine life, including rare Hector’s dolphins, and visitors are lured by the area’s secluded beaches and quaint boutiques.

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Day 12 : At Sea

You may start your day by going to the fitness center / Gym.After the breakfast enjoy the on board live bands, Hip Hop dance lessons with Cruise Staff at any of the entertainment venues, Learn the art of candy making, Origami, towel folding or hop on for shopping at any of the on-board shopping outlets.You may try your singing skills at Observatory Lounge / KTV or enjoy the entertainment shows Stardust Lounge or may try your luck at Games Of Chance. Overnight in the comfort of your cabins.

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Day 13 : Tauranga

New Zealand’s natural bounty is always on display at the Bay of Plenty. It was Captain James Cook who in 1769 aptly named this bay, thanks to the prosperous Maori villages of the region. Tauranga, the chief city, is a bustling port, an agricultural and timber center and a popular seaside resort. Tauranga is also the gateway to Rotorua – a geothermal wonderland that is the heart of Maori culture. A 90-minute drive from Tauranga, Rotorua is New Zealand’s primary tourist attraction. Your ship docks near the foot of Mt. Maunganui, which rises 761 feet above the bay. Across the harbor, Tauranga offers scenic tidal beaches at Omokoroa and Pahoia. The region boasts fine beaches, big-game fishing, thermal springs and seaside resorts.

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Day 14 : Disembark at Auckland

Disembark at Auckland

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