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AQUARIUM OF THE WORLD - California to Peru 2020

Cruise Line
Ponant
Ship
L'Austral
Package Departs
06 Oct 2020
Other Dates
Package Duration
26 Nights
Embark Ship
San Diego, California, USA
Disembark Ship
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

Double-Cruise & Stay 26 nights with Ponant`s L`Austral on a double cruise combo from San Diego to Lima.

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AU $14,285Per person

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12 Night cruise departing from San Diego to Puerto Quetzal onboard L'Austral.PONANT invites you to enjoy an unforgettable experience discovering the Sea of Cortez, during a 13-day expedition cruise. Aboard L’Austral, feast your eyes on the unique landscapes and unrivalled biodiversity of the Gulf of California, following an exceptional itinerary. You will board your ship in San Diego, an American city at the far south of California, renowned for its pleasant climate. Your ship will sail along Baja California peninsula before entering the Gulf of California, known since 1539 as the Sea of Cortez in tribute to the conquistador Hernan Cortés.For four days, you will spend your time observing the incredibly rich marine wildlife, a veritable Eden which has rightly earned the region a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Playful sea lions, dolphins, tortoises, dozens of different species of fish: the teeming wildlife is quite simply fascinating.L’Austral will drop anchor on a number of occasions near the different islands of the Sea of Cortez, and outings in Zodiac® dinghies will offer the chance for some unforgettable snorkelling and hiking tours.Your ship will then chart a course towards Huatulco in Mexico and its preserved bays edged with magnificent beaches, before reaching your final destination: Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala, very close to the charming colonial town of Antigua.The encounters with the wildlife described above illustrate possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed.Highlights of this cruise:San DiegoTo the south of California, close to the border with Mexico, San Diego enjoys a privileged natural environment on the shores of the Pacific. One of the largest fleets of US Navy vessels is stationed in this strategic port. The sunny climate and the beautiful sandy beaches compete for visitors’ attention with the picturesque historic districts such as the Gaslamp Quarter, always lit up at dusk by gas lamps, a real journey back in time. Do not miss Balboa Park and its museums as well as San Diego Zoo, one of the most beautiful zoos in the world, home to a large number of endangered species. But the show also continues on the surrounding beaches where it is not uncommon to come across sealions!Cabo San LucasA seaside resort located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean come together, Cabo San Lucas has much to offer. Famous for its rock formation emerging from the ocean and its magnificent white sand beaches, the small town also has lively nightlife. Surrounded by charming landscapes, between arid deserts dotted with cacti and spectacular rocky pinnacles, this very popular destination will certainly win you over.Monserrat IslandOff the coast of Baja California, land on Zodiac® dinghies on Monserrat, one of the islands that form the Bahía de Loreto Maritime National Park. Created in 1996 and covering more than 2,000 km2 in the heart of the Sea of Cortez, this park offers many panoramas: rocky shorelines, underwater canyons, mangroves, sea cliffs… On Monserrat, you will discover an enormous white sand beach: this will also be your departure point for a snorkelling trip accompanied by your expedition team to discover the wonders of a preserved underwater world.Puerto Agua VerdeTo the south of the Bahía de Loreto Maritime National Park, the largest protected area in the Gulf of California, discover Puerto Agua Verde, with its superb rocky formations and its almost surreally coloured waters. Off the coast, Bahia Agua Verde, a small island with lush vegetation and rugged relief, will offer you an idyllic natural setting that you’ll be able to admire and explore during an excursion on a Zodiac® dinghy, a simple swim and a snorkelling trip.Punta Colorada, Isla San JoseNorth of the bay of La Paz, discover San José Island and its exceptional landscapes. To the west, Punta Colorada will reveal its majestic beauty. Here, huge red and ochre coloured cliffs stand opposite the sea: you’ll be able to appreciate every detail of this spectacular setting as you approach the coast aboard your Zodiac® dinghy. Inland, you’ll be able to admire giant cacti, whereas the underwater world has an unforgettable show in store for you, with angel fish, butterfly fish and damselfish. Further south, in Bahia Amortajada, your expedition team will lead you into the heart of the mangrove forests to discover completely unspoilt nature.Bahia Amortajada, Isla San JoseNorth of the bay of La Paz, discover San José Island and its exceptional landscapes. To the west, Punta Colorada will reveal its majestic beauty. Here, huge red and ochre coloured cliffs stand opposite the sea: you’ll be able to appreciate every detail of this spectacular setting as you approach the coast aboard your Zodiac® dinghy. Inland, you’ll be able to admire giant cacti, whereas the underwater world has an unforgettable show in store for you, with angel fish, butterfly fish and damselfish. Further south, in Bahia Amortajada, your expedition team will lead you into the heart of the mangrove forests to discover completely unspoilt nature.Los IslotesLos Islotes are rocky islets located to the south west of the California Bay: the site is famous for sheltering a large colony of California sea lions. Used to humans, these sea lions are not shy and can be easily approached. An excursion on a Zodiac® dinghy will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to admire these playful animals, and you will have the possibility of swimming alongside them: a moving experience.Isla PartidaJewels of the Sea of Cortez, the twin islands of Isla Partida and Espíritu Santo will reveal the splendour of landscape that is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Only accessible by boat, they will reveal to you the beauty of their sheer cliffs, turquoise bays and stunning beaches. Isla Partida is particularly rich in secret viewpoints from which you’ll be able to admire exceptional panoramas. As for the island of Espíritu Santo, it has an exceptionally well-preserved ecosystem that enables the observation of exceptional fauna and flora. With a little luck, you may have the opportunity to admire the fascinating and emblematic mobula ray.Espíritu Santo IslandJewels of the Sea of Cortez, the twin islands of Isla Partida and Espíritu Santo will reveal the splendour of landscape that is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Only accessible by boat, they will reveal to you the beauty of their sheer cliffs, turquoise bays and stunning beaches. Isla Partida is particularly rich in secret viewpoints from which you’ll be able to admire exceptional panoramas. As for the island of Espíritu Santo, it has an exceptionally well-preserved ecosystem that enables the observation of exceptional fauna and flora. With a little luck, you may have the opportunity to admire the fascinating and emblematic mobula ray.Cerralvo IslandAlso called Jacques Cousteau Island in honour of the famous French oceanographer who undertook several expeditions in the region, Cerralvo Island is a real nature sanctuary. Located at the entrance of the Gulf of California, this land of intact beauty is home to superb jagged cliffs and many sandy beaches. The underwater reliefs and surrounding ocean currents have fostered the development of extremely rich marine life. During a snorkelling trip, you may thus perhaps meet golden groupers, sailfish or marlins. Your expedition team will also take you to explore inland during a walk along a dry river bed.Huatulco (Santa María Huatulco)A seaside resort on the Mexican Pacific coast in the southern State of Oaxaca, the Huatulco region is made up of nine turquoise bays. Youメll be spoilt for choice with no less than 36 beaches, four of which are ecological preserves. In addition to the beautiful bays and beaches, you can explore and shop in the small communities of the Huatulco area, such as La Crucecita, Santa Cruz or old Santa Maria Huatulco (the district's municipality).Puerto QuetzalLocated on the Pacific coast, 100 kilometres south of the capital, the city of Puerto Quetzal is the largest port in the country. Close to the city, the ravishing little old city of Antigua, is a former colonial capital listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. You’ll admire the wealth of its historical monuments.

Package Duration: 26 nights Double-Cruise & StayPackage Starts: 6th October 2020Cruise Starts: 7th October 2020 - from San DiegoCruise Ends; 31st October 2020 - in CallaoPackage Ends: 1st November 2020 - in Lima__________________HIGHLIGHTS:- An expedition cruise, to discover the fabulous biodiversity of the Sea of Cortez, `the world’s largest aquarium` according to Jacques-Yves Cousteau.- Your first cruise is EXPEDITION meaning that outings and shore visits in Zodiac inflatables with a team of experienced naturalist guides are included- UNESCO World Heritage sites: the islands and protected zones of the Gulf of California (also known as the Sea of Cortez) | La Antigua de Guatemala and its colonial architecture from Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala | The archaeological site of Chan Chan from Salaverry | The historic centres of Quito and Cuenca from Guayaquil | Lima and Machu Picchu from Callao | La Antigua Guatemala from Puerto Quetzal.- Search for wildlife: California sea lions, dolphins, sea turtles, tuna, barracuda, rays, pelicans, countless species of fish and sea birds.- The opportunity to swim with sea lions at Los Islotes- The chance to discover an exceptional architectural heritage, between Granada and its many Andalusian-Moorish constructions (from San Juan del Sur), Lima and Trujillo and their rich colonial heritage_____________________PRICES in AUD per person from:Twin DEL Deluxe Balcony - was $19520 - Earlybird offer fr $14,285*ppTwin PR4 Prestige Balcony - was $21235 - Earlybird offer fr $15,490*ppTwin PR5 Prestige Balcony - was $22054 - Earlybird offer fr $16,060*ppTwin PS5 Prestige Suite - was $38474 - Earlybird offer fr $27,695*ppSingle DEL Deluxe Balcony - was $36800 - Earlybird offer fr $14,995* (limited space)______________________SPECIAL LOW COST AIRFARE OFFER.Book this Cruise & Stay package with us and fly return from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne to San Diego and ex Lima on return from only an extra $995 per person!_____________________AQUARIUM OF THE WORLD - CALIFORNIA TO PERU 2020 Double-Cruise & Stay package includes:- One way transfer from San Diego airport to hotel- 1 nights accommodation at the InterContinental San Diego hotel (or similar) - One way transfer from San Diego hotel to port- 12 night EXPEDITION cruise aboard L`Austral from San Diego to Puerto Quetzal including: All shipboard main meals, Open bar onboard with most beverages included, All off-ship tours and zodiac excursions included, Educational talks and guidance by a team of experts in the region, Port/govt taxes- 12 night CLASSIC cruise aboard L`Austral from Puerto Quetzal to Callao (Lima) including: All shipboard main meals, Open bar onboard with most beverages included, Port/govt taxes- Complimentary shipboard laundry service- One way transfer from Callao port to airport including tour the Nikkei/Japanese district of Lima with lunch included and walking tour of the Barranco bohemian district enroute- 1 nights accommodation at a 4star airport hotel in Lima with breakfast and complimentary transfer from hotel to airport offered by the hotel- The opportunity to add on a return airfare from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne to match this itinerary from only $995 return per person!- The opportunity to purchase an extension program to Machu Picchu (see below) for an additional charge_______________________OPTIONAL MACHU PICCHU EXTENSION:Why not extend this wonderful holiday with a 6 night trip to Cuzco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu?Extension Prices: from $3,295*pp twin share or $5,125* singleIncludes:- Return economy airfare from Lima - Cuzco - Lima- All transfers throughout- 2 nights accommodation in Cuzco with breakfast- Tour from Cuzco to Yucay (Sacred Valley)- 1 nights accommodation in Yucay with breakfast- Return Vista Dome train journey - Ollanta (Yucay) - Ollayantaytambo (Machu Picchu) - Cuzco- Four hour tour to Machu Picchu (new regulations mean this is the most time you can spend)- 1 nights accommodation near Machu Picchu- 1 nights accommodation in Cuzco with breakfast- 1 nights accommodation in Lima at an airport hotel with breakfast

Fly Free - FIREWORKS & FJORDS - New Years Eve in Sydney 2021

Cruise Line
Crystal Cruises
Ship
Crystal Symphony
Package Departs
20 Dec 2021
Other Dates
Package Duration
17 Nights
Embark Ship
Auckland, New Zealand
Disembark Ship
Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Exclusive Offer! Fly Free from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide when you book this sensational 16 night Australia & NZ cruise aboard the ultra luxury Crystal Symphony!

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AU $11,765Per person

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16 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland to Melbourne aboard Crystal Symphony.Between warm winter discoveries in the New Zealand’s sounds, Wellington’s wine region and the whale-watching mecca of Eden, spend two nights in Sydney and ring in the New Year beneath the fireworks in the city’s famed harbor.Highlights of this cruise:AucklandWelcome to Auckland, the "City of Sails." New Zealand's largest city is along the shores of an extinct volcanic cone known as Rangitoto, often visible to the east. Auckland's population of over one million people represents almost a third of the country's total.New Zealand seems to have a bit of everything: great natural beauty, friendly people, magnificent glacier-studded mountain ranges, sculpted fjords, pristine untouched beaches, lush rainforest, an endless array of sporting activities, and, not to be forgotten, plenty of sheep and rolling farmland. Auckland is the perfect city from which to experience most of what New Zealand has to offer. The city lies astride a narrow isthmus between the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean on two harbors, the Waitemata and Manukau. Auckland and New Zealand's geographic and cultural treasures beckon for your discovery. An enthusiastic welcome awaits you at this thriving city by the sea.TaurangaSprawling along the sweeping bay, Tauranga is a popular summer resort and one of the country's most important ports for the export of kiwi fruit, timber, and dairy products. It is also the gateway for Rotorua, the geothermal wonderland that is one of New Zealand's most famous attractions.Wellington, New ZealandHugging the hillsides around Port Nicholson, a horseshoe-shaped bay that is one of the world's finest, Wellington reminds many visitors of San Francisco. In cultural offerings as well as landscape - Wellington boasts the National Art Gallery and the Dominion Museum, as well as the Government Building, one of the world's largest wodden structures.Christchurch/Akaroa, New ZealandOn a breathtakingly scenic 90-minute drive from Christchurch, discover the charming village of Akaroa, the oldest colonial town in New Zealand’s South Island, and the country’s only French settlement. The Maori first settled here around 700-800 years ago, bestowing the name Akaroa, which means ‘long harbour’ in their native language. English explorers, including James Cook, arrived in the late 1700s, but it was the efforts of French whaling captain Jean Francois L’Anglois in the 1830s that led to the town’s distinctly French personality that still exists today. Nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano along the southern side of the Banks Peninsula, Akaroa’s beautiful bays and harbour are home to the rarest and smallest marine dolphin—the Hectors dolphin—as well as New Zealand Fur Seals, Little Blue Penguins, and many different birds and exotic plants. From kayaking, hiking, fishing, sailing, eco-tours and walking tours to art galleries, craft shops, and cafes, this welcoming town is remains a favorite among New Zealand destinations.Dunedin, New ZealandThe charming city of Dunedin lies in southeastern New Zealand, less than ten miles from our pier in Port Chalmers. Its name means Edinburgh in Gaelic and to this day it has retained enduring reminders of its Scottish roots. Adorning the streets of Dunedin is a wealth of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, richly festooned with spires, gables and gargoyles. These architectural landmarks are imposing reminders of a more prosperous era. Surprisingly, the surrounding area is also home to prolific local wildlife, animals rarely found so close to a major city. The choice is yours: explore impressive city architecture, take a rail journey through unspoiled wilderness or venture out to view albatrosses and a country estate. Cruising Milford Sound, New ZealandMilford Sound is the undisputed jewel of Fiordland National Park. Thousands of years ago, relentless glacial ice forged its rugged grandeur. Sheer-faced granite walls soar skyward, white-plumed waterfalls tumble from lush valleys into glassy waters and Mitre Peak rears over 5,000 feet into the mist.Due to its outstanding natural beauty and cultural significance, Milford Sound has been nominated a World Heritage Area.Please note, no guests will be permitted ashore. However, the true grandeur of Milford Sound is best enjoyed from the water and the comfort of your Crystal Cruises' ship.Sydney, AustraliaThe billowing profile of the Opera House greets us on her return to Sydney's glorious, world-class harbor. Ahead lies the arch of the Harbour Bridge. These twin symbols, more than any other, identify one of the Southern Hemisphere's premier cities.Sydney is an energetic and exciting metropolis whose nightlife, shopping and fine restaurants compare favorably with the finest the world has to offer. Despite its modern advances, Sydney has lovingly cherished its heritage, for this was the birthplace of the Australian nation. Combine Sydney's boundless attractions with its superb harborside location, and you have that certain magic that few other cities can rival. Eden, AustraliaEden is a southern coastal town in New South Wales, Australia. Sitting on rugged land with undulating cliffs bordering in the south and sandy beaches in the north, it is adjacent to the third deepest natural harbor in the southern hemisphere. Asling Beach ends where the entrance to Lake Curalo begins. Once a famed whaling town, today, whale-watching (and protection) has become the draw while forestry, fishery and cruise tourism contribute to Eden’s growth and progress.Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne is the capital city of Victoria. It maintains an air of old-world grace and refined dignity with spacious tree-lined boulevards and expansive parks. The prosperous lifestyle of its people is both cosmopolitan and sophisticated. Quaint trams rumble through the downtown area past verdant gardens and impressive high-rises, in a city that has never lost its endearing charm. The heritage of more than 100 different cultures has contributed to Melbourne's richly international character. This diverse ethnic mix is exemplified by its range of 15,000 dining venues which offer more than 50 different kinds of cuisine. Melbourne's sightseeing is as diverse as it is composition and beckons for your discovery.

Package Duration: 17 nights Fly, Cruise & StayPackage Starts: 20th December 2021Cruise Starts: 21st December 2021 from AucklandCruise Ends: 6th January 2021 into MelbournePackage Ends: 6th January 2021___________________Highlights:- Spend summer days in New Zealand`s fjordlands of breath-taking sounds and shimmering mountains- Discover Wellington's delicious wine region- Bring in the New Year right in Sydney - famed for one of the world`s best fireworks displays - with complimentary shipboard beverages to enjoy.- Watch for whales in Eden, New South Wales- Fly Free from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide (Perth guests just $250 more)- Enjoy true ultra luxury cruising and exemplary service aboard the Crystal Symphony where a range of premium beverages are yours to enjoy absolutely free.- Just for you - a US $200 per person onboard credit to spend during your cruise!__________________Prices in AUD per person from:Twin Category E1 Deluxe Window (ltd view) - was $14,880 - our exclusive price $11,765*ppTwin Category D Deluxe Window - was $15,685 - our exclusive price $12,620*ppTwin Category B2 Deluxe Forward Verandah - was $18,135 - our exclusive price $15,190*ppTwin Category A3 Deluxe Verandah - was $18,635 - our exclusive price $15,690*ppSingle Category E1 Deluxe Window (ltd view) - was $28,615 - our exclusive price $15,275*_____________________FIREWORKS & FJORDS Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes:- Melbourne guests: FREE one way transfer from your home or hotel (within 60km radius of Melbourne airport) to the airport on the 20th of December 2021- FREE one way economy class airfare from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide to Auckland inc tax- One way transfer from Auckland airport to hotel- 1 nights accommodation in a 5-star hotel, Auckland- One way transfer from Auckland hotel to port- 16 night ultra-luxury Crystal Symphony cruise from Auckland to Melbourne including: Complimentary gratuities for all cruise dining, bar, housekeeping and butler staff | Complimentary select fine wines, champagne and premium spirits onboard cruise ship | Complimentary Wi-Fi and Internet access | All shipboard main meals plus one complimentary evening of specialty restaurant dining at least once per cruise | Complimentary enrichment via the innovative Creative Learning Institute and Computer University@Sea | Complimentary Fitness and Wellness at Sea programs | 24 hour room service onboard cruise | Port/govt charges- BONUS US $200 per person onboard credit- One way transfer from Melbourne port to airport (for Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide guests)- Melbourne guests: FREE one way transfer from Melbourne port to your home or hotel (within 60km radius of Melbourne airport)- FREE one way economy class airfare from Melbourne to Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide inc tax

FLY FREE - SOUTH AFRICAN SOJOURN - last minute offer

Cruise Line
Ponant
Ship
Le Lyrial
Package Departs
15 Mar 2020
Other Dates
Package Duration
11 Nights
Embark Ship
Cape Town, South Africa
Disembark Ship
Durban, South Africa

Fly FREE when you book this Le Lyrial small ship cruise to South Africa this March.

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AU $5,795Per person

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8 Night Cruise sailing from Cape Town to Durban aboard Le Lyrial.Discover a PONANT itinerary that explores the essential towns and sites of South Africa's wild east coast. A circuit in partnership with RADIO CLASSIQUE, with the exceptional presence of Alain Duault and of the Sirba Quintet. At the crossroads of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, embark aboard Le Lyrial on a 9-day cruise between Cape Town, mother-city of the country, dominated by Table Mountain, and Durban, a cosmopolitan seaside city.This journey in South Africa will also allow you to discover Port Elizabeth, nicknamed "the friendly city" for its welcoming inhabitants, and Richards Bay.A land of ethnic diversity, South Africa is often described as “a world in one country”. Its incredible melting pot of cultures, religions, and histories infuse its rich heritage. The diversity of fauna and flora is also one of South Africa's treasures: the nation is home to three of the largest terrestrial mammals—the elephant, rhinoceros and hippopotamus—and its plant life alone represents one tenth of the world’s botanic heritage, with some 25.000 species.Between its bustling metropolises and its breathtaking natural beauty, we invite you to discover the two contrasting sides of this incredible country.Highlights of this cruise:Cape TownCape Town and surrounding regions are regarded as one of the most beautiful regions in the world. The city is a rare cultural gem resulting from the amalgamation of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers, the local Bushman and Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north.The impressive presence of Table Mountain, flanked by the legendary Devil's Peak and historical Signal Hill, stands proudly above the city. Beautiful white sandy beaches along a peaceful coastline frame the Cape Peninsula.Cape Town boasts a multitude of entertainment, ranging from outdoor activities and adventures in the sun to a roaring night life under neon signs. The vast range of shopping opportunities includes haggling with shopholders at Greenmarket Square Flea Market, as well as breezing through sophisticated and stylish shopping malls. The huge variety of restaurants reflects the multicultured history of the Cape and caters for everyone's taste, from fast-food outlets and casual to the chic to the very elegant.Port ElizabethPort Elizabeth is located on the Indian Ocean about halfway between Cape Town and Durban. The city is beautifully set along the beautiful shores of Algoa Bay, making Port Elizabeth a Mecca for all beach and watersport activities. Across the bay is the wonderful Addo Elephant National Park. In and around the city there are scenic nature trails and wildlife experiences, long golden beaches, historic heritage and a warm sunny climate.Port Elizabeth has a famous oceanarium on the seafront, colourful Edwardian architecture, and a fort, Ft. Frederick, from which no shot was ever fired. The old library, City Hall and Market Square are worth a visit , and there are several other interesting buildings.South of the city are good beaches, such as King’s Beach and Humewood Beach. The latter features the Apple Express, one of the few remaining narrow-gauge steam trains, which runs on occasion from Humewood to Thornhill.DurbanDurban is South Africa's third-biggest city and reflects a mix of cultures, including a large Indian community and a new influx of Africans from countries to the north. Indians were brought out to KwaZuli-Natal in the 1860's as indentured slaves to what was then the Colony of Natal. They have stayed and with them they brought their culinary delights and a variety of spices can be found in this city. In Durban's Victoria Market there are many hawkers selling fine spices.Durban Metro is where the proud Zulu nation meets East and West creating a wealth of influences to entertain and enthrall with traditional warrior dancers, mystic fire walkers and colonial heritage.Traditionally Durban was well known for its conservatism when it came to the erection of public buildings,yet in the 1930's the city threw off this mantle and embraced a new Art Deco. Numerous buildings, especially residential high rises, were erected in this new design. In many ways the art work on the Art Deco Buildings reflect a particular Durban identity with a strong emphasis on the city's maritime background.

Package Duration: 9 nights Fly, Cruise & StayPackage Starts: 15th March 2020 from AustraliaCruise Starts: 17th March 2020 from Cape Town, South AfricaCruise Ends: 25th March 2020 to Durban, South AfricaBack in Australia by: 26th March 2020_________________CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS:- A cruise in partnership avec RADIO CLASSIQUE, in the presence of Alain Duault and of the Sirba Quintet.- The opportunity to visit to Robben Island, a tiny UNESCO World Heritage Site where the Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela was held prisoner.- Cape of Good Hope and its cliffs plunging sharply into the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking the immense white sandy beaches.- The chance to see the emblematic species of the African continent during an optional safari in a reserve.- Phezulu Safari Park and the history of the traditional Zulu tribes.__________________PRICES per person in AUD from*:Twin DEL Deluxe Balcony was $8655 - Last minute offer price $5,795*ppTwin PR4 Prestige Balcony was $9485 - Last minute offer price $6,420*pp Twin PR5 Prestige Balcony was $9860 - Last minute offer price $6,700*pp Single DEL Deluxe Balcony was $15180 - Last minute offer price $6,080*__________________FLY FREE - SOUTH AFRICAN SOJOURN Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes:- FREE!* Return economy class airfare from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth to Cape Town and ex Durban on return inc tax- One way transfer from Cape Town airport to hotel- 1 nights accommodation in Cape Town with breakfast- One way transfer from Cape Town hotel to port- 8 night South Africa cruise from Cape Town to Durban aboard Le Lyrial including: All meals while on board the ship (from dinner on the day of embarkation to breakfast on the day of disembarkation) | Captain`s welcome cocktail and gala dinner | Open Bar (pouring wines, house champagne, alcohol except premium brands) onboard cruise | Evening entertainment and shipboard events | Onboard cruise ship room service 24h (special selection) | Port taxes - One way transfer from Durban port to airport_______________________EXTEND YOUR HOLIDAY!If you would like to add on a Victoria Falls trip to your package, here is a 5 night alternative option ( instead of the 1 nights pre-cruise hotel stay in Cape Town that is currently included in your package).PRE-CRUISE OPTION - Victoria FallsSwap your 1 night Cape Town stay for a 5 night extension including Victoria Falls pre-cruise!Prices per person in AUD from*Extra Twin share $2,835*ppExtra Single sole use $3,910*Package includes:- 1 night airport hotel stay in Johannesburg at an airport location within walking distance of the terminal- One way economy airfare from Johnannesburg to Victoria Falls- 3 nights accommodation at the Kingdom Hotel, Victoria Falls with breakfast- Boma dinner on night of arrival including dinner/entertainment/transport- Victoria Falls afternoon tour- Zambezi Royal Sundowner 2 hour sunset river cruise with transfers, wine/spirits and canapes- One way economy airfare from Victoria Falls to Cape Town- 1 nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel, Cape Town with breakfast and transfers