Grand Australia Circumnavigation – Viking Oceans Cruise

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Grand Australia Circumnavigation – Viking Oceans Cruise

Scenic shores & island heritage

Discover a rich combination of beauty and culture as you circumnavigate Australia, encountering iconic natural wonders and lesser-known cultural gems. Admire the Whitsunday Islands that lie within the heart of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, and the wilds of northwestern Tasmania. Immerse yourself in the intriguing histories of Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne as you journey around the continent, as well as Indonesian treasures in Komodo and Bali.

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Expired on Friday May 31st, 2024

Day 1: Sydney, Australia

Embark your ship and settle into your stateroom. Sydney was founded as a penal colony in 1788 and is celebrated for its magnificent natural harbor. It has grown into the major cultural center of Australia, beloved for its all-embracing, free-spirited nature. The cultural jewel in its crown is the iconic Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site nestled harborside like a gleaming white bird taking wing. Adjacent, the Royal Botanic Garden displays one of the world’s most important horticultural collections across its 70 acres of flora-lined pathways.

Trace the scenic Australian coastline, indigenous people inhabited the continent for 60,000 years prior to European discovery. Enjoy the amenities of your ship as you sail. Perhaps take a breath of fresh air on a brisk walk around the Promenade Deck or begin your day with a workout in the well-equipped Fitness Center.

The capital of Queensland, Brisbane is situated on its namesake river and spreads over picturesque hills rising from Moreton Bay. One of the oldest cities in Australia, its first European settlers were the secondary offenders from the Sydney penal colony. In addition to its riverside skyscrapers, the city is host to some decidedly less dramatic architecture: the quaint Queenslander homes characterized by their terraces and raised living spaces. Art galleries, museums and beloved musical venues also make the city one of Australia’s most vibrant and active cultural centers.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

PANORAMIC BRISBANE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

HISTORIC SIGHTS AND NATURAL BEAUTY OF QUEENSLAND’S CAPITAL
Delight in the many sights of Brisbane and its surrounding areas during a scenic motor coach drive. The capital of Queensland, Australia’s third-largest city is also the state’s historic and cultural mecca, and a major seaport. The winding Brisbane River, lush inner-city parks and eclectic blend of distinctive Queenslander and modern architecture combine to make Brisbane a vibrant city. Your expansive motor coach tour will take you past historic Parliament House, the Treasury Building, the old Customs House, the Victorian-era Botanic Gardens and more. Venture beyond the metropolitan and urban areas for an ascent up picturesque Mt. Coot-tha (“Honey Mountain” in the local Aboriginal language). Enjoy panoramic views as Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs spread out 755 feet below you. After time to soak in the sights and take photos, you will board your motor coach and return to your awaiting ship.

MT. TAMBORINE OFF-ROAD ADVENTURE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Natural World* Moderate*

A SPECTACULAR AND LEISURELY COUNTRY OUTING
Discover Australia’s celebrated Gold Coast during a scenic off-road drive, stopping for lunch and a wine tasting. Meet your guide and drive an hour out of Brisbane to ascend Tamborine Mountain, named for the finger lime trees (goombireen in the Aboriginal language) growing on its slopes. Follow the original trail of pioneers deep into the rain forest, stopping for morning tea and stretching your legs in the invigorating mountain air. After tea, take a guided nature walk to plummeting waterfalls and overlooks offering sweeping panoramas. Learn about the ecosystems that comprise the forests of the Tamborine Plateau; keep watch for koalas, which often sleep in gum trees beside the paths. Then, cool off with a refreshing swim in the crystalline waters of a stream in the company of wallabies or kangaroos. After a delicious barbecue lunch here, stroll to a local vineyard to sample some of its latest wines.

BRISBANE & THE LONE PINE KOALA SANCTUARY
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Special Interest* Natural World* Easy*

MEET KOALAS AND OTHER AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE UP CLOSE
Take in the panoramic sights of Brisbane before heading to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Your scenic drive takes you past Brisbane’s historic Parliament House, City Hall and other stately buildings before arriving at the sanctuary. Only 7.5 miles from the Brisbane city limits, the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary is set in a beautiful, natural environment and is home to more than 130 koalas and a menagerie of other exotic Australian wildlife. Meet dedicated keepers and learn about the wildlife research that takes place here. This is your chance to see some koalas and discover how you can support koala food plantations. You will also hand-feed animals in the Kangaroo Reserve, which is home to around 150 free-ranging kangaroos and wallabies and also hosts emus and a wombat exhibit. Before leaving, you will watch a free-flying raptor demonstration. Enjoy your unforgettable close encounters of the natural kind.

AUSTRALIA ZOO
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Natural World* Active* Moderate*

VISIT STEVE IRWIN'S ACCLAIMED ANIMAL SANCTUARY
Celebrate the legacy of Steve Irwin at Australia Zoo, and enjoy an animal experience like no other. Located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo is still operated by Irwin’s family and includes on-site rescue and conservation programs. This is your chance to walk on the wild side with a tiger, cuddle a koala or play with a wombat. Take the opportunity to get close to majestic birds of prey, giraffes and komodos, and witness rare two-ton rhinos. Enjoy a delicious gourmet packed lunch, and join a demonstration at the Crocoseum to learn about saltwater crocodiles and how they live in the wild. Watch a free-flying bird show and see colorful Australian raptors as they soar through the sky before swooping down to capture their prey. See wild animals as they roam freely across the open plains, or watch the playful Sumatran and Bengal tigers as they take a dip in the water.

NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND DISCOVERY
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Meal* Local Life* Moderate*

HISTORY AND CULTURE OF QUANDAMOOKA PEOPLE
Explore the natural beauty and cultural heritage of North Stradbroke Island, home of the Quandamooka people. Known locally as “Straddie,” the island is a natural treasure and the second-largest sand island in the world. Take a scenic drive and ferry ride to reach the island. Upon arrival, meet your informative guide, who will describe the history and culture of the Quandamooka as you tour. Head to Point Lookout, where you will have free time to stroll the captivating North Gorge Walk—keep watch for dolphins, turtles and manta rays—or browse the boutique shops and cafés. After a transfer to the Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel, savor a delicious lunch while enjoying spectacular views of the Coral Sea. Cap your tour with a visit to the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum featuring a range of permanent displays, including ones focused on the Quandamooka people and the island’s colonial and maritime history.

PREMIER GOLF IN BRISBANE
DURATION: 5 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Moderate*

PLAY A ROUND OF GOLF AT ONE OF QUEENSLAND’S TOP COURSES
Tee off in style during an unforgettable round of golf at one of Brisbane’s top-ranked courses. Queensland’s capital city is home to some of Australia’s finest golf courses. A chauffeured vehicle will transport you to either the Indooroopilly Golf Club or Pacific Golf Club, where you will pick up your premium club hire before heading to the driving range to warm up. Your shared golf cart will be waiting for you with a refreshment and your personal golf pack containing a sleeve of three balls, a course-branded towel, tees and a divot tool. Then, step up to the first tee to begin your round of 18 holes. Enjoy a challenging game as ponds, streams and tributaries weave their way through the immaculately groomed and lush fairways. After your round, you will board your chauffeured vehicle and return to your ship. Please note: A liability waiver must be signed to participate in this tour.

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN EXPERIENCE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Shopping* Moderate*

LEISURELY COUNTRY OUTING WITH SCENIC VISTAS AND LUNCH
Revel in the celebrated Gold Coast natural beauty during a scenic drive through the Tamborine Mountain. Meet your guide and head out of Brisbane to ascend Tamborine Mountain, named for the finger lime trees growing on its slopes. Along the way, stop for morning tea and stretch your legs in the refreshing mountain air. Later, take a guided nature walk through verdant forests and—depending on the season—plummeting waterfalls and mountain streams, as well as overlooks offering sweeping panoramas. Learn about the ecosystems that comprise the different forests of the Tamborine Plateau; keep watch for koalas, which often sleep in gum trees beside the paths. Following free time to explore the Gallery Walk, travel to a local winery for a delicious lunch. Admire the views as you savor a taste of fine Australian wines and pet a resident alpaca, before returning to your ship.

A DAY ON THE GOLD COAST
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Sightseeing* Shopping* Moderate*

SWEEPING VIEWS OF GOLD COAST AND RELAXATION AT SURFER’S PARADISE
Enjoy a day of relaxation at Surfer’s Paradise and experience Queensland’s celebrated Gold Coast. Called Australia’s “Sunshine State,” Queensland is renowned for its laid-back atmosphere, white-sand beaches, surfing, swimming and shopping. Transfer to the SkyPoint Observation Deck, where one of the world’s fastest lifts will take you to the highest point along the Gold Coast for sweeping bird’s-eye views of the shoreline. Then, head to the beach, where you have time for independent exploration. You may choose to take a leisurely stroll along the sand and dip your toes in the Pacific Ocean, or investigate the many nearby opportunities to shop. Alternatively, sample local fare during lunch (at your own cost). At a time predetermined by your guide, return to your motor coach and return to your ship, enjoying a brief tour of Brisbane’s notable sights along the way.

*Shore excursions vary by each itinerary and are subject to change.

Follow the route of English explorer James Cook, who famously laid eyes on Australia’s “Sunshine Coast” from the deck of the HMS Endeavour. As you sail, take advantage of the array of delicious cuisine offered on board. You may visit Mamsen’s, our casual gourmet deli, any time from early morning to late at night for a taste of traditional Norwegian fare. Or, dine at Manfredi’s Italian Restaurant for authentic fare with options ranging from Milanese risotto to Tuscan-inspired classics.

The Whitsunday archipelago emerges from the Coral Sea amid the Great Barrier Reef. The seafaring Ngaro people called this paradise home until 1870 and hunted these waters in bark canoes. Nature’s brushstrokes are astonishing here: pure-white sands meet cerulean waters, swirling together at sandbars to merge into a palette of turquoise, cream and emerald-green hills. Glassy, invigorating and impossibly blue, the waters provide the ideal oasis for relaxing and idling away a few hours on the beach.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SCENIC REGIONAL HERITAGE DRIVE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

A GLIMPSE INTO LOCAL HISTORY
Relax and enjoy a leisurely scenic drive to discover the local sites and heritage of this beautiful area. Airlie Beach is the vibrant hub of the Whitsundays, and the ideal mainland base from which to explore the region’s stunning scenery and ocean life. Relax in its laid-back, tropical atmosphere, and admire the picture-postcard views of the Coral Sea’s stunning crystal waters from the comfort of your motor coach. Discover the rich history of one of Australia’s best sugar-producing districts. Proserpine has played a hand in sugarcane production for more than 200 years. Your guide will share local insight on the industry’s success, and how the sugar and cattle industries have propelled the town to develop key infrastructures. After your scenic drive, you may choose to visit the Proserpine Historical Museum at your own expense or enjoy free time on your own before returning to your ship.

GREAT BARRIER REEF BY AIR & SEA
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World* Snack* UNESCO* Moderate*

SCENIC FLIGHT TO SEMI-SUBMERSIBLE VESSEL AT HARDY REEF
Discover the beauty of the world’s largest coral reef from high above and up close. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the iconic Great Barrier Reef is composed of almost 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands that stretch across 1,400 miles off the coast of Australia. Embark on a scenic flight in a seaplane to take in the scope of this natural wonder from the air before landing and transferring to your semi-submersible pontoon vessel at Hardy Reef. Anchored inside the calm, confined waters of Hardy Lagoon, you will have free time to relax as you choose. Easy access to the water from the rear platform of your vessel will give you the opportunity to snorkel among the colorful coral; keep watch for vibrantly patterned fish, starfish, turtles and more as you explore. You may also view the reef from the vessel’s underwater viewing chamber or relax on deck before returning to shore and your ship.

GREAT BARRIER REEF BY CATAMARAN
DURATION: 7 HOURS
UNESCO* Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

CRUISE TO HARDY LAGOON TO SNORKEL AT AN ICONIC REEF
Explore the stunning beauty of the largest living organism on Earth—the iconic Great Barrier Reef. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this natural wonder is composed of almost 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands that stretch across 1,400 miles off the coast of Australia. Embark on a scenic cruise past deserted islands, secluded bays and isolated beaches on your way to the outer Great Barrier Reef. Upon arrival at Hardy Reef, transfer to your semi-submersible pontoon vessel. Anchored inside the calm, confined waters of Hardy Lagoon, you will have free time to relax as you choose. Easy access to the water from your vessel will give you the opportunity to snorkel among the colorful coral and abundant marine life. You may also view the reef from the vessel’s underwater viewing chamber or relax on deck. Enjoy a buffet-style lunch on board before returning to shore and your ship.

FLY BY HELICOPTER TO WHITEHAVEN BEACH
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World* Easy*

JOURNEY TO A WORLD-RENOWNED BEACH PARADISE
Journey by helicopter to Whitehaven Beach and sink your toes in the beach’s famous white sand. With some of the whitest sand in the world, the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Coral Sea and the fusion of colors created by the shifting tide at Hill Inlet, Whitehaven Beach is a breathtaking sight to behold. From the air, marvel at the incredible views before your helicopter lands, giving you the opportunity to enjoy this world-renowned beach. The sand on Whitehaven Beach is composed of 98 percent silica, which has a fine, powder-like consistency and does not retain heat. This means that even during the hottest part of the day, visitors can comfortably walk along its five miles of sandy shores. Enjoy time to relax, soak up the sun’s rays and take a dip in the azure waters before making the return trip to your ship. Please note: maximum weight is 250 lbs.

AIRLIE BEACH BY JET SKI
DURATION: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
Active* Natural World* Demanding*

A THRILLING PERSONAL WATERCRAFT EXPERIENCE
Explore the scenic coastline of Airlie Beach on an action-packed jet ski excursion. At your embarkation point at the pier, you will be welcomed by your expert guide. After a safety briefing, you will be outfitted with safety equipment, including life jackets, rash shirts (swim shirts to protect you from the sun) and sunglasses. Then, you will board your personal watercraft and depart for an exhilarating hour on the Whitsunday waters. Your guide will share the rich local heritage of the area, and point out marine life—such as turtles, dugongs and dolphins—that can often be seen. You will also have the chance to try out some adrenaline-inducing jet ski maneuvers, if you dare. At the end of your time skimming over these aquamarine waters, you will return to the pier and walk back to your awaiting ship.

CATAMARAN LUNCH & SNORKELING ADVENTURE
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Active* Meal* Natural World* Demanding*

AN EXCLUSIVE BOAT BBQ AND NAUTICAL EXPERIENCE
Embark on the ultimate sailing and world-class snorkeling experience in Whitsunday Islands National Park. You will be welcomed on board one of the fastest, most graceful commercial catamarans available to sail among the beautiful remote bays, beaches and hilly islands that dot the aquamarine waters. Your skipper will provide colorful commentary as you take in the idyllic scenery and sun-dappled seas from the boat’s spacious decks, and a sumptuous buffet-style barbecue lunch will be served on board. A selection of hot and cold refreshments (including beer and wine) will be offered on the vessel all day. After lunch, you will have the chance to dive into Whitsunday’s favorite maritime playground to enjoy snorkeling in a pristine protected reef teeming with sea life. Swim among many colorful fish and keep an eye out for the different species of turtles that frequent the reefs. Afterward, return to your catamaran for the return trip to shore.

SAIL THROUGH THE WHITSUNDAYS ON BOARD A TALL SHIP
DURATION: 7 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Privileged Access* Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

BOARD A FAMOUS SCHOONER AND CRUISE TO LANGFORD ISLAND
Sail through the Whitsunday Islands on board the famous turn-of-the-century tall ship Solway Lass. Originally named the Stina, this two-masted schooner was built in The Netherlands in 1902. During her illustrious career, she has played many roles—from cargo ship to icebreaker—and even fought in both world wars. Today, she is a live-aboard charter yacht sailing around the Whitsundays. Walk to the Solway Lass, meet your experienced crew and set sail for Langford Island. Learn about the ship’s intriguing history and the ecology of the Whitsundays as you sail. Upon arrival at the island, transfer to the beach, where you may partake in swimming, snorkeling and stand-up paddleboarding. Or, take a stroll to a lookout point above the stunning coral reef. Enjoy a delicious lunch, then begin your journey back. You can help set and trim the sails as the trade winds return you to the pier.

ULTIMATE WHITEHAVEN BEACH EXPERIENCE
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

CATAMARAN CRUISE TO A STUNNING WHITE-SAND BEACH LOCALE
Sail to picturesque Whitehaven Beach in style on board a privately chartered catamaran. After meeting your experienced crew at the pier, board your catamaran and set out on a scenic cruise to Tongue Bay, located just north of Whitehaven Beach. Here, take a short guided bushwalk to the Hill Inlet lookout for spectacular views of Whitehaven Beach as it stretches south. Enjoy a delicious buffet lunch back on board your vessel as you sail down to the beach’s southern end. Renowned for its crystalline white sands, Whitehaven Beach is considered to be Australia’s best. Enjoy time to relax on the beach and soak up the sun or take a barefoot stroll along the shore; because the sand is 98% silica, it does not retain heat. You may also partake in water-based activities such as stand-up paddleboarding and swimming. Afterward, you will board your catamaran and return to the pier.

SOUTH MOLLE ISLAND BY JET SKI
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Active* Natural World* Snack* Demanding*

JOURNEY TO A SECLUDED ISLAND FOR SUN AND INDEPENDENT EXPLORATION
Explore the scenic coastline of Airlie Beach and a secluded island during an invigorating Jet Ski excursion. You will be welcomed by your expert guide at the pier’s embarkation point. After a safety briefing, you will be outfitted with a life jacket and rash shirt (a swim shirt designed to protect your skin from the sun). Then, board your personal watercraft and depart on an exhilarating ride. Your guide will describe the area’s rich local heritage, and point out marine life such as turtles, dugongs and dolphins. Your destination is idyllic South Molle Island, located in the heart of the Whitsundays. A mix of hilly grasslands, lush rain forest and secluded bays ringed with reefs, South Molle is home to many species of birdlife. Enjoy time to explore the island in search of colorful lorikeets, currawongs and stone-curlews, or simply relax on the beach before returning to your awaiting ship.

WILDLIFE OF THE WHITSUNDAYS
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Natural World* Privileged Access* Snack* Moderate*

INTERACT WITH EXOTIC NATIVE ANIMALS AT A FAMILY FARM
Enjoy an unforgettable hands-on wildlife experience during a visit to Bredl’s Wild Farm. Embark on a scenic drive by motor coach to the Bredl family farm, a 175-acre lakeside property nestled in the picturesque Australian bush. Upon arrival, you will meet your hosts and begin your guided tour of the farm and its myriad inhabitants, including many species of native birds, reptiles, fish and more. The Bredl family will share their extensive knowledge and experience, and you will have an opportunity to handle such animals as snakes, lizards, baby crocodiles and koalas, if you choose. You will also see the resident crocodiles being fed by hand. Afterward, bid farewell to your hosts and head to Northerlies Beach Bar & Grill for a cold beverage and cheese platter while enjoying the views from your beachfront patio. Later, you will board your coach and return to your ship.

HALF-DAY FISHING CHARTER
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Snack* Moderate*

CAST A LINE INTO THE CORAL SEA
Troll the waters around the Great Barrier Reef during an exclusive Viking fishing charter. The waters surrounding the world’s largest coral reef are renowned for their abundant varieties of fish, including coral trout, snapper, mackerel and marlin. Walk to the pier, where you will meet your experienced professional guide, then board your charter vessel and head out into the Coral Sea. Your guide will take you to the secret fishing spots around Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands, where you will be able to cast your line. Enjoy the opportunity to experience both bottom fishing and trolling during your cruise. Please note that your odds of hooking a trophy fish cannot be guaranteed, and that anything you catch will need to be released back into the water due to fishing regulations. After plenty of time to try your luck, you will return to shore and your awaiting ship.

AQUA BUS BY LAND & SEA
DURATION: 1 HOUR
Sightseeing* Easy*

SEE AIRLIE BEACH IN AN AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE
Discover the natural beauty and famous sights of Airlie Beach by land and sea on board an amphibious aqua bus. The tropical paradise of Airlie Beach, well known as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches. Meet your skipper, then board your dual-purpose vehicle for a scenic drive through the vibrant downtown area. Your knowledgeable local guide will provide insight into the region’s history and culture as you pass the many resorts and shops that line the main street. At the water’s edge, your vehicle will go from bus to boat. Admire the picturesque views of Airlie Beach from the water while soaking up the sun as your skipper navigates the clear blue waters along the palm-lined beaches. At the end of your journey, you will return to your awaiting ship.

WHITEHAVEN BEACH BY RIB
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Natural World* Snack* Demanding*

PICTURESQUE CRUISE TO WHITE-SAND BEACH AND SCENIC LOOKOUT
Sail on board a rigid inflatable boat (RIB) to the white-sand beaches and hiking trails of iconic Whitehaven Beach. After meeting your experienced crew at the pier, board your vessel and set out on an invigorating ride to the beach, located on the eastern shores of Whitsunday Island. Renowned for its crystalline white sands, Whitehaven Beach is considered the best beach in Australia. Upon arrival, take a guided hike up to the shifting sands of Hill Inlet Lookout for sweeping views of the coast and the Coral Sea. Enjoy time to relax and soak up the sun or take a barefoot stroll along the shore; because the sand is 98% silica, it does not retain heat. Enjoy a delicious tropical buffet lunch on the beach before boarding your RIB for the journey back to the pier and your awaiting ship. Note: this tour is not recommended for guests with neck or back problems.

TROPICAL PARADISE RAIN FOREST WALK
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Natural World* Snack* Demanding*

FOREST STROLL AND CEDAR CREEK FALLS
Immerse yourself in Queensland’s natural beauty during a rain forest walk and visit to a picturesque waterfall. Embark on a short drive to Conway National Park, home to the largest lowland tropical rain forest in Queensland. Upon arrival, your guide will lead you down a well-cleared trail for your mile-long walk. You will make several stops along the way to learn more about the many different species of flora and fauna that inhabit these verdant surroundings; keep watch for iridescent blue butterflies and exotic paradise kingfishers flying across the trail. Afterward, board your coach and travel to one of the Whitsunday Islands’ best-kept secrets—Cedar Creek Falls. Hidden by native trees and rocky terrain, these majestic falls provide an idyllic backdrop for a refreshing cup of tea or a glass of wine. Relax in the shade or, water permitting, take a swim beneath the cool waterfall before returning to your ship.

WHITSUNDAYS SNORKELING EXPERIENCE
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

SCENIC CATAMARAN CRUISE & CORAL REEF EXPLORATION
Glide across warm tropical waters on a catamaran and discover life beneath the waves while snorkeling. Located in the heart of the Coral Sea’s Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands are a picturesque archipelago comprised of 74 islands encircled by clear blue waters. These waters are home to thousands of brightly colored fish and a variety of coral. At the pier, meet your captain and crew before embarking on a leisurely cruise to a local fringing reef, chosen based upon weather conditions. Upon arrival, don your mask and fins and set out for a swim among the marine life, keeping watch for species such as clown fish, turtles, stingrays and more. After time exploring, return to your vessel and enjoy a buffet lunch featuring fresh produce. Then, relax on board as you make the journey back to the pier and your ship.

SAIL & ISLAND WALK
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Meal* Natural World* Moderate*

BOARD FORMER RACING YACHT TO IDYLLIC SECLUDED ISLAND
Explore the natural beauty of South Molle Island and revel in a memorable sailing experience. Transfer from the pier to your sailboat, an authentic America’s Cup racing yacht, then thrill as your vessel effortlessly cuts through the water on its course to idyllic South Molle Island. Located in the heart of the Whitsundays, this island is a mix of hilly grasslands, lush rainforest and secluded bays ringed with reefs. Follow your guide down the Spion Kop Trail, keeping your eyes peeled for colorful birdlife, and admire the varied landscape and striking views of Whitsunday Passage. Your guide will also offer insight in the ancient Ngaro Sea Tribe stone quarry, an important cultural site that dates back 6,000 years. Back at the beach, you will savor a delicious lunch made from locally sourced ingredients, then it’s time for one last swim before returning to your ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Townsville is the unofficial capital of North Queensland and a favorite cultural center. The city’s location on the banks of the Ross River and along the shores of Cleveland Bay hints at the local love of outdoor life. Riverway, a path-lined green park that traces the Ross, leads walkers and joggers past scenic views and the city’s original wharves and ports. Nearby, The Strand, a tranquil walkway, follows the long tropical beach. And no matter which corner of Townsville you are exploring, the red sandstone monolith of Castle Hill is always in view.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

TOWNSVILLE ORIENTATION (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Easy*

AN INVITING URBAN SEASIDE HAVEN
Get to know this culturally rich city on Australia’s northeastern coast—North Queensland’s unofficial capital. Meet your guide and drive through Townsville, admiring its mix of old and new architecture along the way. Arrive at Castle Hill viewpoint, a pink granite monolith that dominates the city’s skyline. Here, enjoy sweeping vistas of the city before heading back into Townsville. Continue your sightseeing drive, passing city landmarks such as the Strand, a popular 1.5-mile-long shoreline development lined with walkways, restaurants and cafés. Enjoy free time at the Strand, whose long strip of tropical beach and lush gardens make it a favorite place for locals to walk and jog, before returning to your ship.

TOWNSVILLE & BILLABONG SANCTUARY
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Shopping* Sightseeing* Natural World* Moderate*

DISCOVER AUSTRALIA’S NATIVE WILDLIFE AND THE THRIVING CITY OF TOWNSVILLE
Meet your favorite Australian animals in a tropical bushland setting and view sunny Townsville. Travel ten miles south to Billabong Sanctuary, where you will meet a qualified ranger who will offer you expert insight into Australia’s fascinating wildlife. Nestled in the hills of the Mutatunga range and set among rain forest, wetlands and eucalyptus trees, this is the perfect environment for the wildlife. Leave the sanctuary with a photo of a cuddly koala sitting or sleeping on a branch. Return to Townsville, a city basking in more than 300 days of sunshine each year. Your coach will take you up Castle Hill for a 360° view of Townsville and the shores of Cleveland Bay. This giant pink granite monolith standing proudly in the center of Townsville is only 26 feet short of being a mountain. See some more of the city’s landmark sights before returning to your ship.

SCENIC FLIGHT & ORPHEUS ISLAND RESORT SNORKELING
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Meal* Special Interest* Easy*

SEE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF FROM ABOVE AND SPEND TIME ON A SECLUDED ISLAND
Unwind after a scenic helicopter flight over the Great Barrier Reef and discover pristine marine wonderlands. Board a private helicopter, which will soar over land and sea before arriving at the resort of Orpheus Island. You will be greeted by the island’s staff and enjoy a chef-prepared gourmet picnic lunch. Beachcomb the pristine coastline, which stretches for more than six miles. Snorkel off the beach among stunning coral gardens and schools of fish, or indulge in a memorable diving experience by taking a charter boat to one of the reefs surrounding Orpheus and its neighboring islands. While snorkeling, keep an eye out for green turtles, manta rays and reef sharks in one of the region’s most diverse and unspoiled coral reefs. The underwater world is teeming with fish in an amazing array of colors. Enjoy another flight over the Palm Island archipelago as you make your way back to Townsville.

NORTH QUEENSLAND’S RAIN FOREST WALK
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Meal* Special Interest* Natural World* Demanding*

LEARN ABOUT THE REMARKABLE BIODIVERSITY OF THE WET TROPICS
Explore an endangered ecosystem and look for exotic flora and fauna in the oldest surviving rain forest on Earth. The Wet Tropics of Queensland is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrive at the Frosty Mango, a popular local restaurant with a lovely orchard, to enjoy a tea before continuing to McClelland’s Lookout, where you will begin your walk in the rain forest. Expert local guides will point out the extraordinary flora and fauna that surround you. These forests boast one of the highest numbers of primitive flowering plants in the world. All of Australia’s marsupials originated in rain forests, and their closest living relatives can be found in North Queensland’s Wet Tropics. These include many species that are found nowhere else in the world, such as the musky rat-kangaroo. Finish your tour with a delicious barbecue lunch before returning to Townsville by motor coach.

MUNGALLA ABORIGINAL CATTLE STATION
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Sightseeing* Local Life* Special Interest* Snack* Moderate*

AUSTRALIAN FRONTIER AND NYWAIGI PEOPLE
Discover the complicated history behind indigenous people and European settlers at a rural cattle station. The Mungalla Aboriginal cattle station was established by James Cassady, an Irishman who immigrated to Australia in the 1880s. At a time when confrontations between settlers and Aborigines were often brutal, Cassady’s ranch was a safe haven for the local Nywaigi population. Today, the ranch is run by the Nywaigi Aboriginal Land Corporation; its mission is to improve the economic and social position of its indigenous people. Take a guided tour of this working ranch, view artifacts and try your hand at throwing a boomerang. Learn about the history of the ranch and view a pictorial exhibit. Then, sit down to a traditional Aboriginal feast known as Kup Murri—a selection of meats, fish and vegetables cooked in an authentic underground pit oven. After, you will board your motor coach and return to your ship.

MAGNETIC ISLAND WILDLIFE EXPLORER
DURATION: 6 HOURS 45 MINUTES
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

ADMIRE NATURAL BEAUTY AND SEE NATIVE FAUNA
Explore terrain, history and wildlife during a panoramic tour of Magnetic Island. From the pier in Townsville, transfer to your ferry, then set out into Cleveland Bay for a short cruise to this mountainous island, named for its reputed effect on explorer Captain James Cook’s ship’s compass when he sailed past it on June 7, 1770. Upon arrival, enjoy a scenic motor coach tour along the island’s beautiful beaches and rugged bushland. More than half of the island is a national park and bird sanctuary that protects the habitats of koalas, possums and many avian species. Stop for sweeping views and photographs at the Horseshoe Bay beachfront, then enjoy lunch. Later, encounter native wildlife on a guided tour of Bungalow Bay Koala Village; here, you may see a koala or a baby wombat. Afterward, return to your ferry for the transfer back to your ship.

MUSEUM OF QUEENSLAND & THE REEF HQ
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Natural World* Easy*

HISTORY OF THE REGION’S CULTURE AND MARINE LIFE
Learn about North Queensland’s culture and natural heritage during visits to a local museum and aquarium. Take a scenic drive to the Museum of Tropical Queensland, where you may explore the many exhibits that document the region’s development from prehistory to the present. See the museum’s extensive coral collection, then peruse the artifacts of the HMS Pandora, a British Royal Navy ship that sank off the Great Barrier Reef in 1791 after capturing sailors who had participated in the infamous mutiny on the HMS Bounty. Head to Reef HQ, an aquarium that contains the largest living coral reef in the world; a wave machine simulates the ebb and flow of the ocean, maintaining the delicate marine living conditions. Stroll through the underwater glass tunnel that runs below the reef and admire the many different species of sharks, sea turtles and colorful tropical fish swimming around you. After, you will return to your ship.

CHARTERS TOWERS
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Sightseeing* Meal* Moderate*

GOLD-MINING PAST OF NORTH QUEENSLAND
Mine the history of North Queensland’s gold rush during an excursion to a former 19th-century boom town. Travel by motor coach and head inland over the mountains and into the famed Australian Outback toward Charters Towers. Founded in 1871 after prospectors serendipitously discovered gold deposits in nearby Towers Hill, the town’s mines extracted more than 218 tons of gold during their bustling heyday. Upon your arrival, enjoy morning tea at the historic Stock Exchange Café, Australia’s first regional stock exchange and one of many refurbished boom-era buildings around town. After a scenic motor coach tour of the town and lunch, visit the Venus Gold Battery, one of the area’s diminishing number of operating mills. Tour the facility while your knowledgeable local guide regales you with colorful tales about Charters Towers’s illustrious past. After, board your motor coach and return to Townsville and your awaiting ship.

MILITARY HISTORY OF TOWNSVILLE
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Special Interest* Moderate*

ARMY MUSEUM NORTH QUEENSLAND AND BLACKHAWK MEMORIAL
Discover the military history of Townsville during informative excursions to two local museums and sites. Once home to Australia’s largest base, Townsville can trace its military roots back to colonial times. During World War II, the city hosted more than 50,000 Allied servicemen and was a major staging point in the Pacific Theater. Board your motor coach with your guides, who will point out historic sites and regale you with stories about Australia’s military heritage. Travel to Jezzine Barracks, a military base for more than 120 years and home to the Army Museum North Queensland. After a brief introduction, you will have time to tour the museum’s extensive collection independently. Pay your respects at the Blackhawk Memorial, which commemorates the lives of 18 servicemen who perished in a helicopter accident in 1996. En route back to your ship, pass by the Lavarack Barracks and learn about the importance of codebreakers during World War II.

SCENIC TOWNSVILLE & CLEVELAND BAY CRUISE
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Snack* Moderate*

LEARN ABOUT INDIGENOUS CULTURE AND NATURAL HISTORY
Discover the sights and history of North Queensland during a scenic tour of Townsville and Cleveland Bay. Embark on a panoramic orientation drive through Townsville by motor coach and view the city’s highlights and parks. At Anzac Park, experience a traditional “Welcome to Country” ceremony that will introduce you to the history and culture of the local Wulgurukaba and Bindal people that first settled the Townsville region. After, transfer to the Breakwater Terminal, where you will board your vessel for a scenic cruise around Cleveland Bay. Enjoy a refreshing cup of tea on board while admiring the bay’s natural beauty and Townsville’s skyline. Learn about the creation of the Great Barrier Reef and the region’s islands, including mountainous Magnetic Island—called “Yunbenun” by the island’s indigenous people. Return to the terminal, where you will witness a traditional farewell dance before returning to your ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Queensland’s seaside resort town, Cairns is the gateway to a rich array of natural beauty onshore and off. Catamarans take marine lovers to the Great Barrier Reef; stretching for 1,400 miles, it is the largest continuous coral reef system on Earth. Inland, the wet tropics have given rise to Daintree and Kuranda National Parks, vast rainforest systems of extraordinary biodiversity and a profusion of birdlife. For all its appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, Cairns’ thriving culture is a pleasure to absorb from the outdoor cafés or along the scenic waterfront promenade.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

CAIRNS PANORAMA (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

AUSTRALIA’S NAVAL CENTER AND BEACHSIDE PLAYGROUND
Enjoy a panoramic tour, explore the botanical gardens and stroll the beaches during an enlightening excursion. Cairns is more than the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, as you will discover when you embark on a panoramic tour with your local guide, who will regale you with stories from the city’s past. You will pass the domed Casino, the lagoon and its inviting esplanade, and Cairns Central, the city’s largest shopping center. Drive by the city’s historic Royal Australian Navy base, the bustling shipyards and the sugar terminal, from where the region’s major crop is exported. Fishing, too, is important to the local economy, as you will see when you pass the fishing base. You will also stop to wander among the fragrant and exuberant flora at Cairns Botanic Gardens and have the chance to stroll the beaches of Palm Cove, a quintessentially quaint Far North Queensland community of inviting shops and a relaxed air.

JUNGLE TRAIN, KURANDA & SKYRAIL
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Easy*

LUSH RAIN FOREST BEAUTY BY LAND AND FROM THE AIR
Experience Kuranda National Park’s tropical rain forest and rich culture, exploring the forest and a local village. The park is home to extraordinary biodiversity and a rich profusion of wildlife. Meet your guide and head to Kuranda via the breathtaking 75-minute Kuranda Scenic Railway, passing plummeting waterfalls and lush forests and traversing tunnels carved into mountainsides. Upon arrival, spend time at a quaint Kuranda village to have lunch on your own, browse craft markets, follow hiking trails or visit some of the village’s other points of interest. Later, board the remarkable Skyrail, a cable car spanning about 4½ miles over the pristine forest. Enjoy sweeping views of the surrounding countryside and mountain ranges and glimpse life in the treetops, disembarking at stations along the way to explore the forest at ground level. Upon returning to the base, head back to your awaiting ship.

THE GREAT BARRIER REEF
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

A MAGNIFICENT UNDERSEA WORLD
Explore the largest marine reserve in the world during a Viking-chartered day excursion to the Great Barrier Reef. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the reef stretches 1,400 miles and is home to an astonishing array of sea life, including some 1,500 varieties of fish, 360 species of colorful hard corals and one-third of the world’s soft corals. To get there, embark on a journey on your privately chartered catamaran. The protected reef sites you visit will depend upon the conditions of the day, but you will have ample opportunity to snorkel in turquoise waters with a guide or on your own, marveling at a rainbow of color and white coral sand below. If you wish, you may join a tour in a semi-submersible vessel. After an enriching day, enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch en route back to shore.

EXPLORING THE DAINTREE DREAMING
DURATION: 7 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Meal* Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* UNESCO* Moderate*

CONNECT TO THE WAYS OF AN ANCIENT CULTURE
Immerse yourself in an authentic Aboriginal cultural experience amid the pristine beauty of Daintree National Park. Drive with your guide to the Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat in the park. At Cooya Beach, meet the Kubirri Warra brothers who keep Aboriginal traditions alive. As you follow them on a two-hour walk along the golden-sand coastline, they will demonstrate how to throw a spear and hunt for fish, mud crabs and mussels. Learn about “bush tucker” and medicines while sampling homemade damper, or soda bread cooked over hot coals. Later, explore the Janbal Gallery, where artist-in-residence Binna shares her work and insight into the Dreamtime and her culture’s animals and stories. You may create your own work of art using traditional techniques. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the rain forest, then join a guided walk through a pristine environment with the opportunity for a refreshing dip in Mossman River.

CROCODILE COUNTRY
DURATION: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Natural World* Easy*

A FASCINATING GLIMPSE INTO THE REGION'S WILDLIFE AND NATIVE FAUNA
Meet the famous crocodiles and other wildlife of Tropical North Queensland. Begin your ecotour with a private journey of discovery as your guide leads you along a network of timber boardwalks and pathways through woodlands and rain forest. Among the abundant wildlife you will see are beautiful tropical birds, reptiles, insects and other native fauna. Your knowledgeable guide will share interesting facts about the park’s animals, sustainable use and conservation practices as you observe the giant salt- and freshwater crocodiles. You will also see crocs and other creatures as you enjoy a private, scenic lagoon cruise through the melaleuca wetland. During your free time here, you can enjoy entertaining and educational wildlife presentations on the park’s snakes, cassowaries, koalas, quolls and, of course, crocodiles, or wander through the park’s natural woodlands and rain forest surroundings.

MOSSMAN GORGE
DURATION: 5 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Shopping* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life* Moderate*

ABORIGINAL TALES OF THE KUKU YALANJI CULTURE
Journey along gentle trails and immerse yourself in the Aboriginal world on an enchanting Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk. A must for every visitor to Mossman Gorge, this experience introduces the Aboriginal spiritual belief of the Dreamtime, when mythic ancestors formed the earth, and which manifests itself today in the land and in dreams. Be captivated by Ngadiku legends and the traditions of the Kuku Yalanji culture that thrives here today. You will be welcomed with a traditional smoking ceremony that cleanses and wards off bad spirits. Then, meander through the stunning rain forest past traditional huts, or “humpies.” Your experienced Aboriginal guide will explain traditional plant use, identify bush food sources and demonstrate practices such as making bush soap and ochre painting. At the end of the tour, enjoy some bush tea and damper (unleavened bread) as you reflect on your newly deepened appreciation for the Aboriginal people’s special relationship with the rain forest.

GREAT BARRIER REEF BY HELICOPTER
DURATION: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
Natural World* UNESCO* Special Interest* Easy*

SEE A NATURAL WONDER OF THE WORLD FROM ABOVE
Take to the sky to view Earth’s largest living structure during a helicopter ride over the Great Barrier Reef. Composed of more than 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands, the Great Barrier Reef stretches more than 1,400 miles and can even be seen from outer space. Head to the airfield, where you will meet your pilot and receive a short safety briefing before climbing on board your helicopter and taking a window seat. Once airborne, you will head out to this UNESCO World Heritage Site and swoop over the colorful corals of Arlington Reef. Spot landmarks such as Green Island and take in bird’s-eye views of Michaelmas Reef and Vlasoff Cay. Marvel at the reef’s sheer size and beauty, and keep watch for the dolphins and sea turtles that live in the surrounding waters. After your panoramic 40-minute ride, you will return to the airfield and transfer to your ship.

CITY WALK & WILDLIFE DOME
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Natural World* Special Interest* Active* Moderate*

HISTORY OF CAIRNS’S WATERFRONT AND SCENIC ROOFTOP CITY VIEWS
Learn about Cairns, then climb to the top of a rooftop wildlife park for picturesque views of the city below. Meet your guide and wildlife keeper at the pier, then begin your walk along the waterfront while your guide details the history of the port. Pass the Figtree Playground, a large wooden children’s treehouse built around a giant fig tree. Continue to the Reef Hotel Casino, where you will take the elevator to the large glass Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome. This park is home to koalas, crocodiles, wallabies, cockatoos, parrots and more. Your guide will show you around as birds fly freely around you. Then, put on a harness and ascend to the top of the dome, where you may walk outside to admire 360° panoramic views of Cairns and its surroundings. After, enjoy time to explore the park independently or return to your awaiting ship.

GREAT BARRIER REEF SNORKELING
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Active* Meal* Natural World* Demanding*

ANCIENT TRADITIONS OF THE VIBRANT GREAT BARRIER REEF
Travel to the Outer Great Barrier Reef for a snorkeling excursion on board a deluxe snorkeling vessel. At the pier, meet the captain of your privately chartered boat, where you will receive your included snorkeling gear and briefing, then head out across the waters of the Coral Sea to two exclusive reef sites teeming with colorful marine life. Slip beneath the water and explore, or enjoy time to relax and sunbathe on your boat’s three deck levels. You can upgrade your adventure by choosing from a variety of optional activities for an additional fee, including an introductory scuba diving lesson or semi-submersible ride. Back on board your vessel, savor a hearty barbecue lunch of grilled meats and fish accompanied by a variety of fresh salads. En route back to the pier in Cairns, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine with cheese and biscuits.

THE KITCHEN TABLE
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Culinary* Moderate*

JOIN OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF FOR A UNIQUE, MARKET-TO-TABLE EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine as our Executive Chef leads you on an interactive culinary adventure. In the morning, you will travel by mini-coach to the local market to handpick ingredients under the guidance of our Chef. Later this evening, you will dine on regional dishes prepared by our experienced culinary team, using produce from the market. As you and your fellow guests enjoy this delicious creation at The Kitchen Table, you will also observe the art of plating with each dish. From fresh market fare to cooking techniques and elegant presentation, experience firsthand how your ship’s world-class culinary staff brings distinct, local flavors from the market to your taste buds. It is an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind opportunity to shop, interact and dine with the masters.

JUNGLE ENCOUNTER & ABORIGINAL CULTURE
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Sightseeing* Natural World* Meal* Demanding*

RAINFOREST WILDLIFE AND MUSIC, DANCE AND TRADITIONS OF THE TJAPUKAI PEOPLE
Learn about the indigenous culture of the Aboriginal people and jungle life during a rainforest encounter. At Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, enjoy an energetic dance performance and learn about bush food, traditional medicine, weapons, hunting and ancient pastimes. See examples of Aboriginal art and experience a didgeridoo demonstration. Next, you will head into the rainforest for a traditional barbecue lunch. Savor world-famous “shrimps on the barbie” as well as local favorites, grilled crocodile and kangaroo skewers. Your appetite sated, climb on board an amphibious “Army Duck” for a jungle ride along the water’s edge. Keep watch for local wildlife, including sunbathing water goannas and pythons as they slither up a tree. You may also see turtles, fish and eels as they swim around your vessel. Stop at a wildlife enclosure and enjoy a close encounter with some of its residents, including kangaroos, koalas, crocodiles and snakes, before returning to your ship.

PREMIER GOLF IN CAIRNS
DURATION: 5 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Moderate*

PLAY A ROUND OF GOLF AT ONE OF NORTH QUEENSLAND’S TOP COURSES
Tee off in style during an unforgettable round of golf at one of Cairns’s top-ranked courses. Australia’s gateway to the Great Barrier Reef is home to several championship-caliber golf courses. A chauffeured vehicle will transport you to either the Cairns Golf Club or the Half Moon Bay Golf Club, where you will pick up your premium club hire before heading to the driving range for a pregame warm-up. Your shared golf cart will be waiting for you with a refreshment and your personal golf pack containing a sleeve of three balls, a course-branded towel, tees and a divot tool. Then, step up to the first tee to begin your 18-hole round. Enjoy immaculate greens and lush, palm tree–lined fairways as you try to beat your best score. After your match, board your chauffeured vehicle and return to your ship. Please note: A liability waiver must be signed to participate in this tour.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Traverse the mineral-rich waters of the Coral Sea, where the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef welcomes divers to explore its spectacular marine life. As you sail today, savor a range of international cuisine on board. Choose from a variety of international flavors at the World Café, enjoy al fresco dining on the Aquavit Terrace, or regional specialties in The Restaurant.

Trace the route of early civilizations as you sail the Arafura Sea. During the Ice Age, entire populations were once able to walk between continents, exchanging languages and customs. As you sail, explore our well-curated library, tucked in a private alcove of The Living Room, and select from a broad range of titles. Read a book by the Main Pool, a calming oasis in any weather with its retractable roof, allowing for year-round swimming.

Follow in the footsteps of Indonesia’s indigenous people and sail the Timor Sea. This stretch of water shares its name with the independent state of East Timor, which lies to its north. Meet fellow guests and listen to the soothing sounds of classical music in The Living Room, an ideal setting for relaxation. Enjoy a cup of coffee or sip on a refreshing cocktail.

Darwin is the cultural hub of the continent’s northernmost region. The laid-back city got its name after the HMS Beagle sailed into the harbor during a surveying expedition in 1839. The famed naturalist Charles Darwin was so esteemed that its captain named this newest discovery for him. Today, it is the largest city in the thinly populated Northern Territory state. It boasts a rich and lively arts and culture scene, much of it centered on the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Its collection of art and artifacts reflects the region and its indigenous people.

SHORE EXCURIONS

NORTHERN TERRITORY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

DISCOVER DARWIN’S LEADING CULTURAL CENTER
Enjoy a panoramic tour of one of Australia’s most successful and engaging multicultural cities. The largest city in the continent’s thinly populated Northern Territory, Darwin is a modern tropical capital with an intimate feel, set on a harbor twice the size of Sydney’s. Its colorful past will enrich your understanding of the Aussie spirit. Meet your guide and drive to the Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery. Here, you will enjoy free time to independently explore a collection of artifacts and exhibits that showcase Darwin’s history. Learn about Aboriginal culture and wildlife as well as the role the town played during World War II. Discover the story behind the devastating cyclone that struck Darwin in the 1970s, and how this event shaped the future of the museum that stands here today. After your visit, you will return to your awaiting ship.

JUMPING CROCS
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Special Interest* Natural World* Easy*

CROCODILE COUNTRY
Head to the Adelaide River floodplains to witness one of Australia’s great natural curiosities, jumping crocodiles. Meet your guide and make your way to the Adelaide, one of eight rivers in the Top End whose large floodplains are home to a great variety of unique animals and plant life, including crocodiles. Make a brief stop first at the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Center where you can learn more about the wildlife in this tropical region. Then continue to the banks of the Adelaide River and embark on a cruise that will give you breathtaking close-up views of the famous jumping crocodiles. Your guide will help you keep watch for the tell-tale ripples of an approaching reptile. Then wait for the moment when it leaps out of the water to almost its full body length. It is a sight you will not soon forget. After time on the river, return to your ship.

MILITARY DARWIN
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Special Interest* Moderate*

SNAPSHOTS OF DARWIN AT WAR
Visit two heritage sites that illuminate Darwin’s rich military past. The city played a pivotal role in the fight against the Japanese during World War II, with Northern Territory airfields used to carry out bombing and anti-intruder operations. You will drive with your guide to the scenic East Point, pausing for some panoramic photos of Darwin Harbor. Continue to the extensive Darwin Military Museum, founded by the Royal Australian Artillery Association. Here, you can browse photographs and artifacts from Darwin’s wartime history, including the bombing of Darwin by the Japanese. Next, visit the Darwin Aviation Museum, one of Australia’s major aviation museums. This fascinating museum chronicles the Northern Territory’s involvement in civil and military aviation, from pioneer days through the jet age, and includes fascinating exhibits about World War II, the Concorde and more. While here, marvel at its B-52 bomber, one of only two outside the United States.

ECO-CRUISE
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Natural World* Moderate*

DISCOVER A SURPRISING AND DIVERSE MARINE WORLD
Embark on an enriching cruise into Darwin Harbor, encountering biodiversity and picturesque vistas. Your crew will take cues from the tides, the weather and the season to showcase harbor activity at its best. You will discover the unique ecosystem of the harbor, observing the sights and sounds of unparalleled marine habitats and learning a remarkable history along the way. Meet your guide and transfer to your boat, setting off on a journey guided by the knowledge and seasonal experience of your crew. You will go where other boats do not, enjoying an up close and personal interaction with Darwin Harbor. No matter the season, you will explore some of the harbor’s major landmarks. Cruise into mangrove waterways, perhaps stopping to monitor a crocodile trap. See the remains of a shipwreck. Visit the historic Esplanade area, where people ranging from colonists to hippies have made their mark. And see where the telegraph cable from London came ashore.

DARWIN HIGHLIGHTS & CROCODYLUS PARK
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Natural World* Moderate*

ENJOY A CLOSE-UP WILDLIFE ENCOUNTER
Discover Darwin and encounter the denizens of Crocodylus Park, founded by famed crocodile biologist Grahame Webb. With a foundation of 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation, Crocodylus Park is operated by experienced wildlife research consultants who will offer you fascinating insights into the world’s largest reptile. You will observe the crocodiles in the park's lagoon and in pens, and also encounter a diverse array of other wildlife such as meerkats, marmosets, capuchin monkeys, dingoes, tortoises, snakes and birds such as emus, ostriches, cockatoos and galah. You will even have the chance to witness the crocs leaping several feet in the air for food at a crocodile feeding. Have your photo taken with a juvenile crocodile, or, if you feel adventurous, you can even hold one. Then, you will enjoy a brief scenic tour of the sights of delightful Darwin as you travel by motor coach back to the pier.

TERRITORY WILDLIFE PARK
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Moderate*

EXPLORE A VARIETY OF NATURAL HABITATS
Discover native wildlife and gain insight into the habitats of Northern Australia at Territory Wildlife Park. You will see wildlife up close in their natural habitats, meet them as you walk through treetop aviaries, and stroll around a natural lagoon and get up close during interactive presentations. Nestled on nearly 1,000 acres of natural bushland, the park offers over 4 miles of walking trails that pass through abundant woodlands, lush wetlands, and tropical forests. You will have the chance to see wallabies, tropical birds, dingoes and crocodiles, and visit the park’s many fascinating exhibits at your leisure. For your convenience, free shuttle trains run continuously between sheltered pick-up points located at the entrance to each exhibit. Your guides will greet you, provide maps, and be available to offer suggestions and assistance, so you can enjoy a self-guided exploration and pursue the experiences that interest you most.

ULTIMATE OUTBACK EXPERIENCE
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

JOURNEY BY SEAPLANE, BOAT AND AIRBOAT THROUGH PRISTINE WETLANDS
Explore the natural beauty of Australia’s wilderness by plane and boat during a journey to scenic Sweets Lagoon. Your half-day excursion will give you an opportunity to encounter the endemic wildlife and pristine landscapes of Australia’s Northern Territory. Take off from Darwin on board your seaplane for a panoramic flight to the lagoon, where you will make a spectacular water landing. Enjoy a leisurely boat cruise on the lagoon—famed for once being the home of a 16-foot-long crocodile dubbed Sweetheart—and an invigorating airboat tour through the wetlands and ancient monsoon rainforest. This forest is home to a variety of animals, including flying foxes, bats and bird species such as the yellow oriole and great bowerbird. You will also savor a delicious barbecue-style lunch and the opportunity to take a refreshing dip in a crocodile-safe pool before returning to your awaiting ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Measuring approximately 300 miles wide and reaching a maximum depth of almost 11,000 feet in the Timor Trough, the Timor Sea is home to numerous reefs, uninhabited islands and important underwater deposits of oil and gas. As you sail today, attend an informative lecture or watch a film in our state-of-the-art theater. A range of insightful TED Talks and destination-inspired seminars are offered daily.

Komodo is one of the world’s most unique and prehistoric-feeling national parks with a magnificent menagerie of wildlife. Its most famous denizen is the legendary Komodo dragon, the largest lizard in the world. These breathtaking creatures can grow up to ten feet long and typically weigh about 150 pounds. Gentler-looking animals also roam, including the island’s graceful Timor deer, beautiful wild horses and stout little boars. Resident giant fruit bats, also known as flying foxes, are a sight to behold with their jet-black capes.

SHORE EXCUSRIONS

KOMODO NATIONAL PARK (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Special Interest* Natural World* Demanding*

SEE THE WORLD’S LARGEST REPTILES: KOMODO DRAGONS
Encounter the rare and fearsome Komodo dragon in its natural habitat during this trek on Komodo Island. This National Park, encompassing 26 islands, is home to about 5,700 of these legendary creatures that exist nowhere else on Earth. Relatives of the dinosaur, they are the world’s largest reptiles, able to reach lengths of over ten feet and typically weighing about 150 pounds. Learn about the behavior of these dappled giants, whose tails are as long as their bodies, as you trek among the tamarind and palm trees of the Tamarind Woods. After, browse for mementos before returning to your ship. Note: Guests who have any open wounds or are on their menstrual cycle must inform the guide before departing on the tour. Komodo dragons have an exceptional sense of smell, and although the risk to guests is minimal, the park ranger may request that you stay by their side for the duration of the tour.

PINK BEACH SNORKELING
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Special Interest* Active* Natural World* Easy*

ENJOY ONE OF THE WORLD’S FEW PINK BEACHES
Swim, snorkel and relax at one of only seven pink beaches in the world, Komodo National Park’s romantic Pink Beach. The beach derives its color from microscopic animals called foraminifera, which deposit a red pigment on the undersea coral. When the coral particles mix with white sand, they produce a lovely reddish-pink color on the beach. The calm, crystal blue waters abound with tropical fish, making Pink Beach a diversity hotspot that is idea for snorkeling. You will ride here via tender boats from the jetty and enjoy two hours in this rosy paradise. The shallow waters are framed by scenic headlands and dotted with coral gardens. Afterward, you will tender back to the main jetty, and spend a little time browsing for mementos from the local villagers before returning to your ship via the tender boat.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

With a thriving arts scene, lush beauty and magnificent seaside vistas, Bali has long beckoned travelers in search of ultimate beauty. The island’s rich Hindu culture has forever held that gods live in all things natural—from mountains to streams to pebbles on the beach—lending the island a peaceful air. Denpasar is the island’s thriving capital. Founded as a market town, it still bustles with colorful stalls and vast emporiums selling bright sarongs and intricately patterned batik.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

MARKET VISIT & BALINESE HINDU TEMPLE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Local Life* Easy*

THE COLORFUL CULTURE OF BALI’S CAPITAL
Explore the rich history, revered temples and busy markets of Denpasar. Meet your guide and drive to Denpasar, capital of the province of Bali. This inviting city has a rich history dating back to its days as the center of the Badung Empire, which once controlled the southern region of Bali. Explore the endless colorful offerings at a traditional local market, perhaps purchasing stone carvings or a sarong as keepsakes. At the Bali Museum, browse galleries featuring local art and history. On Denpasar’s north side, visit the glorious temple of Jagatnatha, the most important Hindu Kahyangan temple in the city. Built in 1953, the temple is dedicated to the existence of the supreme God, Sanghyang Widi, and is elaborately decorated with carvings symbolizing Balinese Hinduism. Explore the temple at your leisure before returning to your ship.

TEMPLE WONDERS
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Shopping* Sightseeing* Local Life* Moderate*

RICH TRADITIONS OF SPIRITUALITY AND ARTS
Discover Bali's intriguing world of gods, temples and crafts. Enjoy a scenic drive with your guide to Tohpati Village. Here, the island’s fabric dying tradition lives on at a batik factory. Admire the distinctive artistry and technique that go into producing the famous cloth. After time to purchase a keepsake, continue to the magnificent 17th-century Taman Ayun Temple in the town of Mengwi, once the center of a powerful kingdom. This spectacular landmark served as the family temple of the Mengwi dynasty, whose kingdom survived until the late 1800s. The complex includes a wide moat, exquisite wooden shrines and beautifully carved gates. Next, visit the 16th-century Tanah Lot temple, also called the Sunset Temple. Its impressive black lava towers are perched dramatically on a narrow rocky promontory that juts into the ocean. Surrounded by pristine aqua waters and white surf, it is the most photographed site in Bali.

BALINESE ARTS & CRAFTS
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Shopping* Special Interest* Local Life* Working World* Moderate*

EVERYDAY LIVES OF TRADITIONAL BALINESE
Immerse yourself in Bali’s colorful traditions, arts and crafts. Enjoy a scenic drive with your guide to Tohpati Village. Here, the island’s fabric dying tradition lives on at a batik factory. Admire the distinctive artistry and technique that go into producing the famous cloth. After time to purchase a keepsake, continue to Batuan Village to tour a traditional Balinese House Compound. These communities were typically constructed to achieve harmony with the universe. Each of its buildings serves a distinct function and such compounds are rarely found in modern Balinese life. You will walk with your guide to view a family temple, stand-alone houses, and rows of houses facing each other. Next, visit the village of Kemenuh, where skilled wood carvers will demonstrate a craft once reserved for royal families and religious purposes. Later, explore the village of Celuk, home of silver and gold jewelers.

NATURE, TRADITION & RELIGION
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life* Working World* Moderate*

BALI’S LANDSCAPE, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND SPIRITUAL SHRINE
Stroll among blooming orchids, visit Balinese villages and explore the spiritual Batuan Temple. You will travel first to the Bali Orchid Garden, a botanical haven committed to preserving the orchid species of Indonesia. After admiring the exquisite orchid collection, continue on to the village of Celuk, Bali’s major center for goldsmiths wand silversmiths. Here, you will observe the traditional technique of jewelry making; the high-quality items crafted feature unique and elaborate designs, and the craftspeople are known for their skills and industriousness. Next, you will visit Batuan Temple, a Balinese Hindu temple looked after by the residents of Batuan. Admire the temple’s beautiful design and Balinese ornaments before making a final stop at Mas Village, where the fine art of wood carving was once reserved exclusively for royal families and religious purposes. Here, you will have the unique opportunity to observe craftspeople turning slabs of wood into beautiful carvings.

UBUD DISCOVERY & RICE TERRACES
DURATION: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life*Moderate*

WITNESS BALINESE DECORATIVE ARTS AND ARTISTRY IN AGRICULTURE
Explore the museum and marketplace of Ubud, and discover the remarkable rice terraces of Tegallalang. You will travel by bus to Ubud, a quiet cultural center famous for its handicrafts. Your knowledgeable tour guide will point you toward the best places to browse in this popular art village. At the Puri Lukisan Museum, admire a collection of early artwork from Ubud and the surrounding villages, then enjoy free time to browse the artists’ shops and bargain in Ubud’s market. Then, travel to Tegallalang, whose lush, iconic rice terraces are maintained through a unique system of cooperative water management called “subak.” Subak involves elaborate engineering and shared labor, and because it is so integral not only to agriculture and community life, but also spiritual traditions, it has been added to UNESCO’s Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The emerald panoramas and gentle way of life will stay with you forever.

KUTA BEACH SHOPPING & SUNSET
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Shopping* Sightseeing* Natural World* Local Life* Working World* Easy*

LOCAL HANDICRAFTS AND COLORFUL SKIES
Explore Bali’s shopping mecca, Kuta, and watch the famous sunset on one of its liveliest and most popular beaches. Kuta abounds with shops and stalls in which locals and visitors alike find inexpensive local handicrafts and apparel, as well as wares from established international brands. If there is someone on your list who likes surf sportswear, this is where you will find gear from Billabong, Quiksilver, Volcom and other popular brands at prices well below those which you would pay at home. Travel by bus to the main shopping area, where you will have the opportunity to browse the shops lining Kuta Beach, Kuta Sidewalk and Legian Street, or explore Kuta’s infamous Poppies Lane. Then, hit the beach or find a relaxing terrace on which to unwind with a drink and watch the surfers as the sun goes down in a blaze of color.

TWILIGHT DINNER & TRADITIONAL DANCE
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
After Dark* Meal* Special Interest* Local Life* Easy*

ENJOY BALI'S GOLD AND SILVER ARTISTRY, AND A RITUAL DANCE SPECTACULAR
Dine al fresco and enjoy a spectacular ritual Kecak dance show at Bali’s Bird Park. Embark on a scenic drive by motor coach to Batubulan. The park plays a key role in protecting and conserving the endangered avian population of Indonesia; home to more than 250 species from Indonesia, South America, Africa and Australia, it is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitat of its birds, complete with indigenous plant life. Enjoy a delicious, traditional Indonesian dinner in the open air, with native bird calls providing a natural soundtrack to your meal. Then, witness a fascinating performance of the Kecak, a ritual dance that recounts an epic tale from the Hindu Ramayana. On a stage lit only by glowing torches, men chant and sway in a trance-like rhythm, while colorfully costumed dancers weave their way among them to tell their story.

ULUWATU TEMPLE & DINNER
DURATION: 6 HOURS
After Dark* Meal* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life* Moderate*

BEHOLD ONE OF BALI'S MOST REMARKABLE TEMPLES AND ENJOY A BEACHSIDE BARBECUE
Experience the drama of Uluwatu, one of Bali’s most magnificent temples, and enjoy a fresh seafood dinner. You will travel to the southernmost part of Bali, to the famous Pura Luhur Uluwatu. En route, you will stop at Garuda Wisnu Kencana, a park with the largest artistic statues built in Southeast Asia. Uluwatu is renowned for its magnificent location, perched atop a steep cliff approximately 250 feet above the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean. A small forest lies at the front and hundreds of monkeys dwell here. They are believed to guard the temple from bad influences. Dating back to the 11th century, this beautiful example of Balinese architecture is adorned with traditional gateways and ancient sculptures. Marvel at the temple and its spectacular views, then continue on to tranquil Jimbaran Bay. Here, you will be treated to a delicious dinner of fresh seafood, and watch as the sun sets on the Bali horizon.

BALI BEACH RESORT
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Meal* Beach Experience* Easy*

PRISTINE SANDS OF BENOA BAY
Soak up the sunshine as you relax at a private beach resort on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Depart your ship and drive to Sol Beach House Bali Benoa, where a few hours of relaxation await you. Take a swim in the warm waters, or simply lounge in your complimentary beach chair as you enjoy the magnificent sea views that surround you; gaze at the waves as they gently lap the beach and the palm fronds that ripple in the breeze. If you are feeling more energetic, take a stroll through the resort’s tropical gardens or a refreshing swim in the large freeform pool. For your convenience, restrooms and freshwater showers are available for use. Enjoy a delicious buffet-style lunch in the resort’s restaurant, serving a variety of Balinese and international dishes. Afterward, your appetite sated, return to your awaiting ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

With its distinct flavors and traditions, Bali’s food culture stands apart from that of the rest of Indonesia. Indigenous ingredients, recipes and techniques blend with influences from the island’s Chinese and Indian heritages to create dishes found nowhere else. For many, a daily ritual may involve shopping for ginger, turmeric and kaffir lime in spice markets or for fruits, vegetables and meats in a pasar pagi. Traditional warungs, tiny family-owned food stands, often specialize in a particular dish, such as babi guling (suckling pig) or bebek betutu (crispy duck).

SHORE EXCURSIONS

MARKET VISIT & BALINESE HINDU TEMPLE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Local Life* Easy*

THE COLORFUL CULTURE OF BALI’S CAPITAL
Explore the rich history, revered temples and busy markets of Denpasar. Meet your guide and drive to Denpasar, capital of the province of Bali. This inviting city has a rich history dating back to its days as the center of the Badung Empire, which once controlled the southern region of Bali. Explore the endless colorful offerings at a traditional local market, perhaps purchasing stone carvings or a sarong as keepsakes. At the Bali Museum, browse galleries featuring local art and history. On Denpasar’s north side, visit the glorious temple of Jagatnatha, the most important Hindu Kahyangan temple in the city. Built in 1953, the temple is dedicated to the existence of the supreme God, Sanghyang Widi, and is elaborately decorated with carvings symbolizing Balinese Hinduism. Explore the temple at your leisure before returning to your ship.

TEMPLE WONDERS
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Shopping* Sightseeing* Local Life* Moderate*

RICH TRADITIONS OF SPIRITUALITY AND ARTS
Discover Bali's intriguing world of gods, temples and crafts. Enjoy a scenic drive with your guide to Tohpati Village. Here, the island’s fabric dying tradition lives on at a batik factory. Admire the distinctive artistry and technique that go into producing the famous cloth. After time to purchase a keepsake, continue to the magnificent 17th-century Taman Ayun Temple in the town of Mengwi, once the center of a powerful kingdom. This spectacular landmark served as the family temple of the Mengwi dynasty, whose kingdom survived until the late 1800s. The complex includes a wide moat, exquisite wooden shrines and beautifully carved gates. Next, visit the 16th-century Tanah Lot temple, also called the Sunset Temple. Its impressive black lava towers are perched dramatically on a narrow rocky promontory that juts into the ocean. Surrounded by pristine aqua waters and white surf, it is the most photographed site in Bali.

BALINESE ARTS & CRAFTS
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Shopping* Special Interest* Local Life* Working World* Moderate*

EVERYDAY LIVES OF TRADITIONAL BALINESE
Immerse yourself in Bali’s colorful traditions, arts and crafts. Enjoy a scenic drive with your guide to Tohpati Village. Here, the island’s fabric dying tradition lives on at a batik factory. Admire the distinctive artistry and technique that go into producing the famous cloth. After time to purchase a keepsake, continue to Batuan Village to tour a traditional Balinese House Compound. These communities were typically constructed to achieve harmony with the universe. Each of its buildings serves a distinct function and such compounds are rarely found in modern Balinese life. You will walk with your guide to view a family temple, stand-alone houses, and rows of houses facing each other. Next, visit the village of Kemenuh, where skilled wood carvers will demonstrate a craft once reserved for royal families and religious purposes. Later, explore the village of Celuk, home of silver and gold jewelers.

NATURE, TRADITION & RELIGION
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life* Working World* Moderate*

BALI’S LANDSCAPE, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND SPIRITUAL SHRINE
Stroll among blooming orchids, visit Balinese villages and explore the spiritual Batuan Temple. You will travel first to the Bali Orchid Garden, a botanical haven committed to preserving the orchid species of Indonesia. After admiring the exquisite orchid collection, continue on to the village of Celuk, Bali’s major center for goldsmiths wand silversmiths. Here, you will observe the traditional technique of jewelry making; the high-quality items crafted feature unique and elaborate designs, and the craftspeople are known for their skills and industriousness. Next, you will visit Batuan Temple, a Balinese Hindu temple looked after by the residents of Batuan. Admire the temple’s beautiful design and Balinese ornaments before making a final stop at Mas Village, where the fine art of wood carving was once reserved exclusively for royal families and religious purposes. Here, you will have the unique opportunity to observe craftspeople turning slabs of wood into beautiful carvings.

UBUD DISCOVERY & RICE TERRACES
DURATION: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Sightseeing* Special Interest* Natural World* Local Life*Moderate*

WITNESS BALINESE DECORATIVE ARTS AND ARTISTRY IN AGRICULTURE
Explore the museum and marketplace of Ubud, and discover the remarkable rice terraces of Tegallalang. You will travel by bus to Ubud, a quiet cultural center famous for its handicrafts. Your knowledgeable tour guide will point you toward the best places to browse in this popular art village. At the Puri Lukisan Museum, admire a collection of early artwork from Ubud and the surrounding villages, then enjoy free time to browse the artists’ shops and bargain in Ubud’s market. Then, travel to Tegallalang, whose lush, iconic rice terraces are maintained through a unique system of cooperative water management called “subak.” Subak involves elaborate engineering and shared labor, and because it is so integral not only to agriculture and community life, but also spiritual traditions, it has been added to UNESCO’s Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The emerald panoramas and gentle way of life will stay with you forever.

KUTA BEACH SHOPPING & SUNSET
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Shopping* Sightseeing* Natural World* Local Life* Working World* Easy*

LOCAL HANDICRAFTS AND COLORFUL SKIES
Explore Bali’s shopping mecca, Kuta, and watch the famous sunset on one of its liveliest and most popular beaches. Kuta abounds with shops and stalls in which locals and visitors alike find inexpensive local handicrafts and apparel, as well as wares from established international brands. If there is someone on your list who likes surf sportswear, this is where you will find gear from Billabong, Quiksilver, Volcom and other popular brands at prices well below those which you would pay at home. Travel by bus to the main shopping area, where you will have the opportunity to browse the shops lining Kuta Beach, Kuta Sidewalk and Legian Street, or explore Kuta’s infamous Poppies Lane. Then, hit the beach or find a relaxing terrace on which to unwind with a drink and watch the surfers as the sun goes down in a blaze of color.

BALI BEACH RESORT
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Meal* Beach Experience* Easy*

PRISTINE SANDS OF BENOA BAY
Soak up the sunshine as you relax at a private beach resort on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Depart your ship and drive to Sol Beach House Bali Benoa, where a few hours of relaxation await you. Take a swim in the warm waters, or simply lounge in your complimentary beach chair as you enjoy the magnificent sea views that surround you; gaze at the waves as they gently lap the beach and the palm fronds that ripple in the breeze. If you are feeling more energetic, take a stroll through the resort’s tropical gardens or a refreshing swim in the large freeform pool. For your convenience, restrooms and freshwater showers are available for use. Enjoy a delicious buffet-style lunch in the resort’s restaurant, serving a variety of Balinese and international dishes. Afterward, your appetite sated, return to your awaiting ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Sail the calm waters of the Indian Ocean, used to transport gold, myrrh, pottery, grain, dates and countless other products for more than 7,000 years. Renew your body, mind and spirit in our Scandinavian-inspired spa, a Nordic sanctuary of holistic wellness, today while at sea. Whether you unwind in the Sauna, refresh in the Snow Grotto or take a dip in the Thermal Pool, you will feel recharged and revitalized.

Situated along Champion Bay, Geraldton was originally a military post before being declared a town in 1871. It is a gateway to Australia’s Coral Coast, a striking combination of pristine islands, rugged outback landscapes and undersea attractions. Offshore lie the Abrolhos Islands, the “Galapagos Islands of the Indian Ocean,” a biodiverse archipelago that is home to an array of terrestrial and marine wildlife. Onshore, the city’s most famous landmark is the Point Moore Lighthouse; operating since 1878, it is the oldest surviving Commonwealth lighthouse in Western Australia.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

EXPLORE GERALDTON (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Moderate*

CATHEDRAL, HMAS SYDNEY II MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM OF GERALDTON
Discover Geraldton during a panoramic excursion to important landmarks and sites of interest. Embark on a scenic drive by motor coach toward the city’s historic West End, admiring views of the coast and the Point Moore Lighthouse; operating since 1878, it was the first all-steel lighthouse built on mainland Australia. Stop at St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral and learn about its history and that of priest and architect Fr. John Hawes. Continue to the HMAS Sydney II Memorial, where you will gain insight into its construction and see the Pool of Remembrance, which was completed after the discovery of the wreck of the World War II-era light cruiser off the coast of Shark Bay in 2008. Cap your tour at the Museum of Geraldton, browsing its many exhibits that chronicle the region’s history from precolonial times to the present, including the intriguing story of the Batavia.

KALBARRI SKYWALK
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Sightseeing* Meal* Natural World* Moderate*

PANORAMIC VIEWS OVER SCENIC MURCHISON RIVER GORGE
Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of Western Australia’s landscape during a visit to the Kalbarri Skywalk. Journey to Kalbarri National Park, a 706-square-mile expanse of bushland renowned for its red sandstone cliffs and wildflowers. At the Murchison River Gorge, step out onto one of two skywalks, cantilevered viewing platforms “floating” more than 300 feet above the ancient gorge. Admire sweeping views of the rugged landscape as seemingly endless colorful cliffs and the winding river stretch out below you. Later, savor a delicious picnic-style lunch, accompanied by panoramic views of the gorge, before beginning the return trip to your ship. Your scenic route will take you through historic Northampton and past the Lynton Convict Settlement, while stopping along the way for photos at the startlingly pink-tinged waters of Hutt Lagoon.

A TASTE OF CHAPMAN VALLEY
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack* Local Life* Moderate*

SAMPLE “YABBIES” AND SLOW-COOKED BARBECUE
Savor a taste of delicious local fare during a mouthwatering excursion to Chapman Valley. Leave the hustle and bustle of city life behind as you embark on a short drive to the laidback environs of this enchanting shire, its picturesque landscape renowned for its iconic flattop ranges, fertile farmland and pristine coastline. Stop at a local commercial fish farm that raises a variety of aquatic life, including silver perth, black bream and barramundi. Gain insight into their aquaculture processes, before sampling tasty freshwater “yabbies,” or crayfish. Continue to a nearby restaurant that specializes in tantalizing slow-cooked barbecue. Admire views of the surrounding rolling hills and keep watch for mobs of kangaroos as you enjoy a tasting plate of smoked meats, accompanied by a glass of beer or cider. Your appetite sated, return to your ship.

DONGARA & PORT DENISON
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Sightseeing* Meal* Moderate*

CHARMING COASTAL TOWNS AND DISTILLERY VISIT
Uncover one of the Coral Coast’s best kept secrets during visits to two charming coastal towns. Separated by the winding Irwin River, the fishing villages of Dongara and Port Denison boast pristine beaches with sublime coastal views set in the heart of the “Rock lobster capital of Australia.” Begin in Dongara with a leisurely stroll through its historic Downtown. At the local museum, browse exhibits chronicling the towns’ intriguing settlement, including its construction by convicts, then indulge in a taste of award-winning rums and gins at a local distillery. Then, enjoy a delicious two-course meal made from locally sourced ingredients. Cap your excursion at a scenic viewpoint overlooking the busting marina of Port Denison, its piers home to commercial fishing fleets as well as pleasure craft. After time for photos, you will return to your ship.

ABROLHOS ISLANDS FLIGHTSEEING
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Snack* Easy*

SOAR OVER THE “GALAPAGOS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN”
Take to the sky for a bird’s-eye view along the Coral Coast and the Abrolhos Islands. Located 37 miles west of Geraldton, the Abrolhos Islands are a chain of 122 islands surrounded by clear blue waters. Nicknamed the “Galapagos Islands of the Indian Ocean,” they are home an array of marine life and are an important rock lobster fishery. You will transfer to the airport, where you will meet your knowledgeable pilot and receive a short safety briefing. Then, board your aircraft and ascend into the skies for an unforgettable flightseeing excursion. Learn about the region’s history, such as its famous shipwrecks, as you fly over the islands’ southern group. Set down in the East Wallabi jetty and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and cake, before taking off on your return flight back to Geraldton over Long Island, Beacon Island and the famous Batavia wreck site.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Culture-rich Perth is located along the banks of the Swan River just before it flows into the Indian Ocean. While other settlements were established as penal outposts, Perth was founded as a true British colony. The city’s 19th century gold rush days were followed by the completion of the continental railroad, opening new economic opportunity. Today, Perth is home to one of the largest city parks in the world, Kings Park and Botanic Garden. This massive swath of green space covers almost 1,000 acres, hosting planned gardens, untamed bushland and 80 species of birds.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SNAPSHOTS OF PERTH & FREMANTLE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

URBAN LANDMARKS AND NATURAL WONDERS
Enjoy a panoramic drive through Fremantle and Perth and a leisurely stroll through a stunning botanical garden. Travel comfortably by coach through the bustling, dynamic port city of Fremantle, known for its lively food and art scene, nautical ties and proud working-class roots. Visit Perth, the capital of Western Australia, anchored by the broad Swan River flowing past the city’s skyscrapers and out to the Indian Ocean. Enjoy free time to explore one of the world’s largest inner-city parks and the jewel in the city’s crown, Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Overlooking Perth, the park showcases an outstanding collection of Western Australian flora, including a mighty 750-year-old boab tree. With almost 100 acres of both cultivated gardens and untamed bushland containing 319 species of native plants and around 80 bird species, it is a place of relaxation, recreation and natural wonder.

HISTORIC FREMANTLE ON FOOT
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* UNESCO* Moderate*

RELIVE COLONIAL TIMES IN THE CAPITAL OF PERTH
Immerse yourself in 19th-century tales of Fremantle’s colonial past in the birthplace of the Swan River Colony. Meet your local guide at the Fremantle Passenger Terminal and see all the major sights of the city—“Freo” to locals. Wander past well-preserved buildings, many of them built by convicts who came to Australia in 1850 to support the colony’s dwindling population. Fremantle’s oldest building is the Round House, which gave whalers direct access to the town via a tunnel connected to the jetty. View the Fremantle Prison, which was in service until 1991 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After your walking tour, visit the Moore & Moore Art Gallery and the Kidogo Arthouse, or discover the Round House or the Western Australian Maritime Museum. The latter houses the HMAS Ovens submarine, an authentic cold war–era vessel situated on Fremantle’s historic World War II submarine slipway.

PERTH MINT & BELL TOWER
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Moderate*

AUSTRALIAN GOLD IN THE MAKING AND HISTORIC BELLS
Learn about coin casting at the Perth Mint and see the bells brought here from London at the Bell Tower. View the magnificent cityscape of Perth and learn about the history of Perth and Fremantle on the way. Soak up the views of the skyscrapers and see the memorable architecture before making your way to the famous Perth Mint. Find out more about coin-making and the secrets of Australian gold. The Perth Mint is the home of the Australian Kangaroo gold coin, the largest and most valuable coin in the world. Board your coach for Perth’s iconic Bell Tower, which was built to mark the start of the new millennium. Twelve of its 18 bells once rung in St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London. Ride the glass elevator for a 360° view of Perth, the Swan River and the Darling Range in the distance before returning to your ship.

ROTTNEST ISLAND EXPLORATION
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Meal* Shopping* Sightseeing* Moderate*

SCENIC JOURNEY THROUGH WESTERN AUSTRALIA’S PAST
Visit Rottnest Island and travel back in time to the 19th century. Take a ferry to the island and explore its beauty from the comfort of your motor coach. View the 19th-century Wadjemup Lighthouse—Western Australia’s first stone lighthouse, built to provide a safer sailing passage to Fremantle Port and the Swan River Colony. Learn more about the Aboriginal prisoners who were brought to Rottnest Island in 1838. Keep an eye out for the friendly quokka, a marsupial belonging to the kangaroo family found only in western Australia. Admire the views from the rugged West End, where you can disembark for a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk. Indulge in a delicious lunch at the Rottnest Lodge restaurant followed by free time to relax, rent snorkeling equipment and explore local marine life, or rent a bike and take an invigorating cycle.

SWAN VALLEY SIGHTS & TASTINGS
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Moderate*

SAMPLE WINES, LOCAL BEERS AND CHOCOLATE
Visit leading wineries of Swan Valley, sample locally brewed beer and indulge in a chocolate tasting. Established by Captain James Stirling in 1820 as part of the Swan River colony, the valley boasts a long history of wine production. These iconic wines are famed for their easy-drinking flavor profiles and encompass fresh, fruity reds alongside crisp, light whites, all well respected for their perfectly balanced flavors. Enjoy a tasting of local wines before stopping for a barbecue lunch. Western Australia is famous not only for its wines, but also as the birthplace of Australia’s craft beer scene. Sample a selection of some of the finest on offer before continuing on to the Margaret River Chocolate Factory to enjoy a tasting and a visit to the Cape Lavender gift shop. After, enjoy a final stop at a renowned vineyard to sample a selection of wines before returning to your ship.

TWIN CITIES & RIVER CRUISE
DURATION: 5 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Snack* Easy*

GLORIOUS PERTH AND THE PORT CITY OF FREMANTLE
Embark on a journey through local history while enjoying a panoramic sightseeing tour through Perth and Fremantle. Travel to Perth to see its highlights as you marvel at soaring skyscrapers amid green open spaces. Enjoy a walk through Kings Park—a shining jewel in the city’s crown. Kings Park, one of the largest inner-city parks in the world, offers magnificent views of Perth and the Swan River. Once you are finished exploring, you will be transferred to your river boat for a relaxing picturesque cruise along the Swan River to Fremantle. Enjoy a morning or afternoon tea as you soak up the scenery upon the pristine waters of the Swan River and enjoy a lively commentary from your skipper. Upon arriving in Fremantle, you will be taken on a panoramic sightseeing tour through this charming coastal township. After taking in the local highlights, make your way back to the pier.

PERTH & CAVERSHAM WILDLIFE PARK
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Sightseeing* Snack* Natural World* Moderate*

EXPLORE AUSTRALIA’S LAID-BACK CULTURE AND LEARN ABOUT NATIVE WILDLIFE
Journey through a city of beautiful beaches, glorious parks and a cosmopolitan food scene, and see local wildlife. Embark your coach for a scenic drive through this modern-day boomtown. Perth’s skyline is peppered with skyscrapers, and recent developments, such as Elizabeth Quay and Perth Stadium, have bolstered its architectural repertoire. Enjoy a short stop at Cottesloe Beach to soak up the picturesque views over one of Western Australia’s most beautiful beaches. Continue your journey to Caversham Wildlife Park, showcasing many of Australia’s native wildlife including koalas, possums and wallabies. Here, you will have the opportunity to meet and feed the animals up close, and learn about the various conservation programs and fundraising initiatives that help protect these creatures. After your visit, return to your ship.

NAMBUNG NATIONAL PARK & THE PINNACLES
DURATION: 10 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World* Meal* Demanding*

ECOLOGICAL MARVEL OF AUSTRALIA’S CORAL COAST
See the stark panorama of Western Australia and Nambung National Park’s natural phenomena known as “the Pinnacles.” Embark your coach for a scenic drive, and witness the changing landscape as you journey through desert lands. Stop for a delicious lobster lunch at a local restaurant and learn about the local lobster culture. Continue to Nambung National Park, home to beautiful beaches, coastal dune systems and native flora and fauna. However, its most well-known and impressive site is the Pinnacles. From shifting yellow sands rise limestone pillars; when they were formed remains a mystery to this day. It may have begun as long as 500,000 years ago, or just a few thousand years go. This uncertainty, combined with their eerie presence, serves to fascinate visitors. Marvel at the beauty of this natural rock formation and explore the park before returning to your ship.

ROTTNEST ISLAND SEGWAY SAFARI
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Active* Sightseeing* Natural World* Shopping* Demanding*

EXPLORE THE RICH WILDLIFE OF AN A-CLASS RESERVE
Discover the hidden treasures of Rottnest—a sandy, low-lying island and protected nature reserve. Embark your ferry, then meet your guide and enjoy an orientation walk followed by free time to explore the island independently. This idyllic getaway has many amenities on offer; rent a bicycle and pedal your way through stunning scenery, or rent snorkeling gear and explore the underwater world of its coastline. Keep an eye out for wildlife along the way; Australian sea lions, southern fur seals and quokkas—small native marsupials—are all common sights. Next, embark on a guided Segway tour. Don your helmet and follow your guide on an exciting trip around the island on your electric-powered wheels. Learn about its rich diversity as you pass island landmarks. Round off your visit with free time to relax and have lunch at one of the tasty eateries on the island before returning to your ship.

EVENING DINNER CRUISE
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Active* Sightseeing* Natural World* Shopping* Easy*

ADMIRE THE TWINKLING LIGHTS OF PERTH AT NIGHT
Savor a delicious Australian-inspired buffet dinner as you enjoy a sunset cruise along Perth’s coastline. Embark your coach for the short journey to your boat, where you will be welcomed on board by your crew. Then, sit back, relax and enjoy the sunset while relishing first-class service from your hosts. See the city’s skyline awaken as the evening moves from twilight to darkness, and the “City of Lights” comes alive. Enjoy a hot buffet, including the signature Western Australian King Prawns, accompanied by an assortment of fresh, seasonal salads and sides. Complimentary house wine and beer, as well as soft drinks, are on offer for the duration of your cruise. After dinner, enjoy live onboard entertainment. Your boat is exclusively chartered for Viking guests to ensure a five-star experience. Upon returning to shore in Perth, transfer back to your awaiting ship in Fremantle.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Located on the south shore of Geographe Bay, Busselton was settled by the Bussell family during the early 1830s. Traditionally focused on agriculture and cattle ranching, the city is also a popular resort destination, renowned for its sheltered beaches, mild climate and the nearby Margaret River wine region. Its charming beachfront features the 19th-century Busselton Jetty; the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere, stretching 6,000 feet into the bay and culminating at the Underwater Observatory, where visitors can view a vibrant coral reef.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

BUSSELTON JETTY (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Sightseeing* Moderate*

THE LIFE AQUATIC AT UNDERWATER OBSERVATORY
Discover life beneath the waves during a guided tour of the Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory. You will meet your guide at the Interpretive Center, then set out by foot across the jetty; the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere, it stretches 6,000 feet into Geographe Bay. Upon arrival at the Underwater Observatory, descend more than 25 feet below the water’s surface for 360-degree views of a vibrant coral reef. Admire the brightly colored corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates in their natural habitat through the 11 viewing windows of the observation chamber. Learn how life here changes with the seasons and listen to the sound of crashing waves through an underwater microphone. At the end of your tour, you can walk back across the jetty or board the Stocker Preston Express electric jetty train to return to the Interpretive Center and then your ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Long before the Portuguese, the Greeks and Romans sailed the Indian Ocean to establish trade with southern India. The Tamil exported spices, silk and exotic animals, which can be seen in the mosaics of ancient Roman villas. As you sail today, relax in the Explorers’ Lounge, inspired by epic journeys of discovery. Marvel at the views through the two-story panoramic windows as you share a cocktail with friends, or settle down to read a book.

Western Australia’s southernmost city, Albany was the first settlement in the state of Western Australia. The city was established in 1826 as a military garrison to defend against possible French encroachment on the Crown’s new colonies. Before long, it also served as a penal colony. Throughout its first 70 years, Albany enjoyed prosperity as home to the colony’s only deepwater port. As other ports opened, agriculture, timber and whaling sustained the city. Stone churches and other public buildings exude a distinctly British charm, many boasting English garden landscaping.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

EXPLORE ALBANY (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Moderate*

COASTAL SCENERY AND FASCINATING HISTORY
Stroll through Western Australia’s southernmost city and discover its history in the local museums. Perched on Princess Royal Harbor, Albany is steeped in fascinating stories of its Aboriginal owners—and later, convicts, sailors and whalers. Overlooking the harbor, the Museum of the Great Southern explores the history of the indigenous Noongar people, tales of the early settlers and the region’s unique natural landscape, flora and fauna. The Albany Convict Jail and museum also offers you an intriguing glimpse into Albany’s past. This complex was originally built in 1852 for imperial convicts shipped to Western Australia as artisans and skilled laborers. Cells, wardens’ quarters and the Great Hall hold exhibits illustrating the varied uses of the facility throughout its history—from a colonial prison to a police lockup during the Great Depression. Finally, learn how local residents are harnessing eco-friendly energy at a wind farm. Gaze upon these enormous engineering marvels, powered by the Indian Ocean breezes.

ANZAC CENTER & WHALING STATION
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Moderate*

DISCOVER HISTORY FROM INSIDE A WHALING SHIP AND AT THE BEACHES OF ANZAC
Explore decades of diverse history at the National Anzac Center and Historic Whaling Station at Discovery Bay. Located within Albany’s Princess Royal Fortress, the Anzac Center overlooks the harbor from which more than 41,000 men and woman departed Australia for World War I. Immerse yourself in the history of the Anzacs and follow personal stories through state-of-the-art technology, multimedia and historic artifacts. Afterward, visit the last operating whaling station in Australia. Providing insight into Albany’s colorful past, this site is engaging and educational. Climb on board the Cheynes IV, the world’s only preserved whale chaser, and see a giant blue whale skeleton. Enjoy an art collection featuring marine animals and walk inside converted whale oil tanks. You are then free to explore at your leisure the natural biodiversity of Discovery Bay in the Regional Wildflower Garden and Australian Wildlife Park.

OYSTER HARBOR CRUISE
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Snack* Easy*

NATURAL WONDERS OF THE KALGAN RIVER AND A RIVERBANK FEAST
Cruise the sheltered waters of Oyster Harbor and meander up the ancient Kalgan River on board a riverboat. This is a magical cruise with a highly entertaining captain and his colorful commentary. At a local tea room on the banks of the Kalgan, you will be treated to authentic billy tea and damper bread—two traditional foods of Australia. More delights await you at the charming local Montgomery’s Hill vineyard, where you can indulge your taste buds further with award-winning wines. Back on board your boat, you may even catch sight of the giant spotted eagle ray, a cousin of the manta ray. The striking, black-and-white ray has been known to grow up to 17 feet in length and weigh upward of 500 pounds. After this glorious engagement with the river’s natural beauty, your boat returns you to Emu Point Boat Harbor, where the famous bronze statue of Sammy the Seal sits.

VALLEY OF THE GIANTS
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

AN EXHILARATING TREETOP WALK AMID ANCIENT FORESTS
Delight in the stunning scenery and magnificent forests on this treetop walk in the Valley of the Giants. Your day starts with a panoramic ride through Albany, with spectacular coastal views along the way. Then, continue to the Valley of the Giants, where a raised walkway takes you into the lush forest canopy on a 1,800-foot loop, with structures 120 feet above the ground at the highest point. Time permitting, you can walk the Ancient Empire Trail and see the ancient red Tinglewood trees that grow only here. Some trees are more than 51 feet in circumference. After taking in the breathtaking panoramic views, stop for a delicious lunch at a local restaurant that offers scenic vistas across Wilson Inlet. You will also visit a local winery, which has its origins in Denmark, before enjoying the beautiful scenery along Mount Shadforth Scenic Drive on your way back to your ship.

NATURAL SIGHTS OF TORNDIRRUP NATIONAL PARK & WHISKEY DISTILLERY
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Natural World* Snack* Moderate*

MARVEL AT NATURE AND ITS POWER, AND SAMPLE SINGLE MALTS
Witness the beauty of this rugged coastline, where cliffs carved by the ocean give way to natural marvels. Travel by motor coach and journey to Torndirrup National Park. Your guide will describe the geology of the park and how the forces of nature have sculpted an archway, leaving a natural bridge over the Southern Ocean. Experience the ferocity of the ocean from its viewing platform as you see the waves rush in at “The Gap.” This impressive feat of engineering hangs over the ravine, offering a direct line of sight to the pounding surf below. Depart the park for a visit to a boutique craft distillery, known in Western Australia for its single-malt whiskey. After a tour and tasting, head to the Albany Wind Farm and Mt. Clarence lookout to enjoy panoramic views before returning to your ship.

SPIRITUAL HOMELAND OF THE KORENG PEOPLE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Sightseeing* Local Life* Meal* Demanding*

ABORIGINAL TRIBE OF THE STIRLING RANGES
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture as you spend a day with a local tribesman. Travel by motor coach via Moingup Springs, through the bush to Waikelongup Flat; as an Aboriginal Heritage Site, it is closed to the public. Here, Joey—a tribe Elder—will regale you with stories of daily life. As a child, Joey lived in the bush with his family. Enjoy listening to his songs as you journey through the bush in search of food, known as “bush tucker.” Witness beautiful, hidden sacred sites, and learn about the importance of the Lake of Many Colors. Enjoy a dance performance, and feel free to join in. Savor a buffet lunch before learning about the Carrolup School of Art, which raises awareness for the children of the Stolen Generations, and witnessing a live art demonstration. Handle museum artifacts and admire some of Joey’s personal artwork, which is available for purchase.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Sail past towering oceanside cliffs that guard the Great Australian Bight like sentries watching over the sea. Its waters are a rich marine ecosystem and are a calving ground dedicated to protecting the southern right whale. Admire the views as you sail today and enjoy an al fresco dining experience. The Aquavit Terrace serves a range of International fare and casual dining favorites, as well as a range of superb cocktails inspired by our destinations.

The oldest European settlement on the mainland and one of the continent’s few cities without a penal past, Adelaide is Australia’s unsung center of high culture, history and beauty. Often called a “city within a park,” almost half of Adelaide comprises green spaces, from the lush flora and gurgling fountains of the Adelaide Botanic Garden to the Japanese-style retreat at Adelaide Himeji Garden. The surrounding Mount Lofty Ranges enhance the city’s close-to-nature atmosphere, and its progressive politics contribute to its oft-cited standing as Australia’s most livable city.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

PANORAMAS OF ADELAIDE (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Shopping* Easy*

CITY SIGHTS, SETTLEMENTS AND SHOPPING
Journey through South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital and visit the mainland’s oldest European settlement. With a burgeoning entertainment scene, world-class art and music, and a festival calendar that rivals those of other Aussie cities, Adelaide is not to be missed. Enjoy a panoramic drive past some of the city’s renowned landmarks, including the University of Adelaide, the famed Adelaide Botanic Garden, the Adelaide Festival Center and historic St. Peter’s Cathedral. Then, enjoy free time at Rundle Mall, a vibrant pedestrian shopping precinct with more than 1,000 retailers and service providers for fashion, beauty and food. Later, depart for the beach town of Glenelg. Established in 1836 and named after Lord Glenelg, British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, this village on the shores of Holdfast Bay is the oldest European settlement on mainland South Australia.

HAHNDORF ON YOUR OWN
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Shopping* Easy*

ARTISANAL TREASURES IN AUSTRALIA’S OLDEST GERMAN SETTLEMENT
Explore charming Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement, nestled in the beautiful Adelaide Hills. This quaint village was founded in 1838 by Lutheran immigrants who settled from Prussia, and many of their descendants still reside there today. The town was named after Captain Dirk Meinerts Hahn, who brought the settlers to the island on board his ship, the Zebra. Admire the pretty tree-lined roads, charming old-fashioned cottages and Lutheran churches, including St. Michael’s Lutheran Church—the oldest of its kind in Australia. Enjoy free time to wander through the heart of this picturesque colonial town and enjoy a bite to eat from an excellent selection of restaurants, cafés, pubs and bakeries—many of which serve traditional German fare. You can also visit one of several boutique winery “cellar doors” in the main street including Somerled Wines, RockBare and Scott & La Prova, or try a glass of the local craft beer at the Gulf Brewery.

THE BAROSSA VALLEY WINE REGION
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Interest* Sightseeing* Working World* Moderate*

WINE TASTING AT BAROSSA’S WINERIES
Experience the best of the Barossa Valley on this indulgent gastronomic adventure through this famous wine region. At 1847 Château Yaldara, you will walk through the historic cellars while listening to stories of the winery’s rich history, after which you can enjoy a tasting of the award-winning red and white wines. Next, you will head out to the Seppeltsfield Wine Estate, passing by Mengler Hill with its famous viewpoint offering beautiful panoramas of the Barossa Valley. The estate offers a treasure trove of historic buildings and a rich history, showcasing the Seppelt family’s influence on the Australian wine industry. Indulge in a delicious lunch of Barossa Valley platters and tastings of Seppeltsfield’s delightful wine varieties before heading to your final destination of the day, the charming township of Tanunda. Here you have free time to relax at one of the local cafés or visit their boutique stores before heading back to your ship.

WINE TASTING IN MCLAREN VALE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Natural World* Demanding*

HEAD OFF-ROAD TO DISCOVER THIS RENOWNED REGION’S VITICULTURE
Venture off the beaten path to taste the viticulture of South Australia’s renowned McLaren Vale. This region’s Mediterranean-like climate helps produce world-class wines. Embark on a scenic drive by off-road vehicle through rolling hills and seemingly endless vineyards en route to several of the region’s wineries. Meet the respective winemakers and sample their latest vintages, along with handmade soft cheeses, in bucolic outdoor settings. After an appetizing three-course lunch at a local restaurant, travel to the Willunga Hills to take in sweeping panoramic views of the Southern Vales all the way to the St. Vincent Gulf. Ride only feet away from the breaking ocean waves during a drive along Silver Sands Beach to an exclusive private cellar tasting at one of McLaren Vale’s most historic homesteads before returning to your ship.

MT. LOFTY BY MOUNTAIN BIKE
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Active* Special Interest* Natural World* Demanding*

PANORAMIC VIEWS AND A PROTECTED NATURE RESERVE
Hit the trails during an invigorating mountain bike ride through the Australian bush to Adelaide. Your downhill trek will start atop Mt. Lofty, the highest point in its namesake ranges at more than 2,300 feet. At its summit, enjoy sweeping views of Adelaide to the blue waters of St. Vincent Gulf and the green rolling hills of the Piccadilly Valley. Get equipped with your mountain bike, then depart with your guide for your ride back to the city. Your route will take you through the beautiful Southern Australian landscape en route to the Cleland Wildlife Park, a protected nature preserve. Stop here for a guided tour, on which you will see iconic and endemic Australian marsupials such as koalas and kangaroos in their natural habitat. Enjoy a morning tea or coffee at the park’s café before returning to the trails and continuing your downhill ride back to your awaiting ship.

MORIALTA BUSHWALK & BARBECUE
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Active* Meal* Natural World* Demanding*

SCENIC HIKE AND AUTHENTIC AUSTRALIAN CUISINE
Explore the natural beauty and local wildlife of the Australian bush followed by a mouthwatering barbecue. Located within the Mt. Lofty ranges, the Morialta Conservation Park straddles both sides of the Morialta Gorge—a narrow valley containing three cascading waterfalls and bounded by steep quartzite cliffs. Set out on a scenic nature walk through the gorge. Keep watch for the local fauna that call this rugged landscape home, including koalas, kangaroos and echidnas. The creeks, rock pools and higher slopes of the gorge offer the perfect habitat for many species of frogs and lizards; its trees and rock crevices are used for nesting by various native birds, such as the superb fairywren and the iconic laughing kookaburra. After your hike, relax with a glass of wine or chilled beverage in a private outdoor setting as a local gourmet chef prepares an appetizing Australian barbecue using fresh, local ingredients.

SPIRIT OF COORONG CRUISE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Meal* Natural World* Moderate*

LEARN ABOUT THE ECOLOGY OF THE MURRAY RIVER AND LAGOON
Discover Adelaide’s Southern Region during a scenic eco-cruise through Coorong National Park. Embark your motor coach for a journey through the southern suburbs and renowned wine-growing region to the historic river port of Goolwa, gateway to the Murray River. Board your boat and cruise into the pristine waters of Coorong—an extensive, narrow lagoon sheltered from the open water by white-sand coastal dunes. Enjoy a delicious lunch while your captain provides commentary on the lagoon’s diverse ecosystem. Arrive at Godfrey’s Landing and take an elevated walk through the dunes and beaches. Your guide will point out the native flora and fauna, and describe the history of the Ngarrindjeri people who lived here. Enjoy afternoon tea back on the boat as you cruise back to Goolwa, passing the manmade barrage that separates the Coorong from Lake Alexandrina and learning more about the environmental effects of this system that extends along the river.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Separating mainland Australia from the island of Tasmania, the Bass Strait was discovered by British explorers George Bass and Matthew Flinders in 1799. This discovery allowed merchants and explorers to cut 700 miles off their journeys from Europe or India. The largest archipelago in the waterway’s eastern reaches, the Furneaux Islands, once formed a land bridge between Tasmania and Australia. In the strait’s western region, King Island hosts several settlements and is on the migration route of several bird species.

Melbourne has been called the world’s most livable city. It enjoys a scenic setting on the large bay of Port Phillip. Soon after Queen Victoria declared it a city of the Crown in 1847, the rush to find gold in its rivers made it one of the world’s largest and wealthiest cities. Today, it is celebrated as the country’s cultural capital of the arts and exudes a rich and lively British flair, from its narrow shopping lanes to the fanciful Victorian buildings along Collins Street. A literal slice of England can be found within 64 acres of beautiful blooms at Fitzroy Gardens.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

MELBOURNE HIGHLIGHTS (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing* Natural World* Moderate*

TRANQUIL PARKS AND SOARING ARCHITECTURE
Take in the best of Melbourne’s beauty, culture and history on one panoramic tour. You will meet your guide and drive to Fitzroy Gardens, in the heart of the city. Here, you will pass Cook’s Cottage, the charming family home of Captain Cook, the English navigator who “discovered” the east coast of Australia. This thatched-roof structure was shipped here from England and reassembled to its original state. During a drive through Melbourne, you will pass magnificent buildings of government and culture. View the fortress-like Old Treasury Building and Parliament House, the grand Windsor Hotel, the ornate Victorian Princess Theater and the marvelous string of high Victorian Gothic buildings along Collins Street. You will also visit the highly revered Shrine of Remembrance, one of the city’s most stunning landmarks. There will be time for photos and for a walk up to its balcony if you feel energetic.

KANGAROOS & KOALAS
DURATION: 7 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Natural World* Moderate*

AN INVIGORATING WALK IN THE BUSH
Witness two of Australia's most beloved and storied creatures in their natural habitat. Drive with your guide to the Serendip Open Range Sanctuary, located on the vast Western Plains. During a nature walk in a natural bush setting with an expert guide, see large groups of Eastern gray kangaroos, small wallabies and some unusual Australian birds. Then, drive deeper into the sanctuary; be sure to keep an eye out for emus and more kangaroos. Weather permitting, walk to the billabong, an oxbow lake, where water birds fish for their meal. During a barbecue lunch, a local Aborigine will share his fascinating culture and perform for you on his didgeridoo. Continue to a nearby national park to view koalas in the wild. During a nature walk, look into the trees to spot these adorable looking marsupials, who spend most of their time sleeping when not foraging for eucalyptus leaves.

TRAIN, WINE & WILDLIFE
DURATION: 9 HOURS
Meal* Sightseeing* Natural World* Local Life* Working World* Moderate*

A RAIL JOURNEY INTO SCENIC VISTAS AND VIBRANT VITICULTURE
Ride a vintage narrow-gauge steam train through mountainous vistas to a picturesque winery and a wildlife refuge. Meet your guide and drive to the quaint township of Belgrave. Here, you will board the century-old steam train affectionately known as “Puffing Billy” and head into the striking fern-covered valleys and magnificent eucalyptus forests of the Dandenong Ranges. Upon arrival in Menzies Creek, you will reboard your motor coach and proceed to Rochford Wines or a similar winery. Savor a two-course lunch here prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and enjoy a delicious tasting of some of Australia’s finest wines. Continue across the scenic Great Dividing Range and stop at the Healesville Sanctuary. More than 200 species of native wildlife thrive here in a natural bush setting. Get acquainted with kangaroos, koalas, lyrebirds, platypus, emus and other unique Australian species. After time on your own, you will return to your ship.

SCENIC MELBOURNE BY LAND & WATER
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Natural World* Easy*

ENJOY COSMOPOLITAN CITYSCAPES
See the new face of Melbourne and enjoy a scenic cruise along the Yarra River. Melbourne is famous for its magnificent parks and gardens, and more recently the world-class Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center (MCEC). Travel through the fashionable residential suburbs of South Yarra and Toorak, home of Melbourne’s elite. Stop briefly at Victoria’s most visited war memorial, the Shrine of Remembrance. The memorial was designed so that a ray of sunlight falls on the Rock of Remembrance at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the exact moment at which the armistice ending World War I came into effect. Visit Fitzroy Gardens, and continue to the Yarra River to board your river cruiser. Enjoy refreshments as you cruise past the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Government House, Herring Island and the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Precinct. Return to your ship with fond memories of your visit to this stylish, cosmopolitan city.

TWELVE APOSTLES BY HELICOPTER
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Sightseeing* Natural World* Easy*

FLY ABOVE THE UNIQUE FORMATIONS AND DRAMATIC BEAUTY OF THE SHIPWRECK COAST
Experience a breathtaking helicopter flight over the Shipwreck Coast, a region of stunning geological marvels. Your tour takes in the entire coast, soaring above Port Campbell National Park and the Bay of Islands. Among the sights are the dramatic limestone stacks of the Twelve Apostles; once a series of caves and archways, they formed when weather conditions eroded the cliff face, causing it to collapse and leave behind stacks reaching up to 160 feet in height. Touch down for a guided tour and free time to independently explore these formations, as well as nearby Loch Ard Gorge. Then, fly over the Cape Otway Lighthouse, the oldest in mainland Australia, where you can see the anchors of two antique ships that wrecked here. The lighthouse was constructed to prevent further shipwrecks in the area. Fly over Castle Cove, where dinosaur fossils have been found, and see the famous surf at Johanna Beach.

DANDENONG EXPLORER
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Natural World* Meal* Moderate*

HIDDEN GEMS AND VINTAGE TRAIN RIDE THROUGH SCENIC MOUNTAIN RANGE
Leave bustling Melbourne behind for the Dandenong Ranges, a hidden gem of idyllic landscapes and eclectic villages. Located east of the city, this mountain range is comprised of many rolling hills and worn valleys covered in a verdant rain forest of mountain ash and dense fern glades. Enjoy free time to explore the William Ricketts Sanctuary, a serene setting interspersed with 92 different clay sculptures representing the essence of Aboriginal culture. Visit the charming village of Olinda, known for its collection of craft and antique shops, restaurants, and cafés. Stroll its streets independently, then head to Belgrave Station to embark on a journey by vintage steam train. Savor a delicious three-course meal as you travel through the temperate rain forest and past the iconic Monbulk Creek trestle bridge. Upon arrival at Lakeside, you will have free time to discover picturesque Emerald Lake Park before making the return journey to your ship.

MELBOURNE PAST & PRESENT
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Sightseeing* Snack* UNESCO* Moderate*

HISTORY MUSEUM, VICTORIAN-ERA GARDENS & MODERN SKYSCRAPER
Discover Melbourne’s history and Victorian-era gardens and enjoy sweeping views from atop a modern skyscraper. Take an express elevator up to the 88th floor of the Eureka Skydeck—the highest observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere—for unparalleled 360° views of Melbourne, Port Phillip Bay and the Dandenong Ranges. Afterward, tour the Royal Botanic Gardens, where you will enjoy free time to explore this beautiful Victorian-era landscaped garden’s diverse collection of more than 50,000 plants from around the world. Visit the Melbourne Museum, where, after a brief orientation, you will have free time to independently browse its many exhibits showcasing Australian social history, indigenous cultures, science and the environment. Then, head to nearby Carlton Gardens, site of the 19th-century Royal Exhibition Building—a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the grand architecture of the main building or take a leisurely walk along the tree-lined pathways, past majestic fountains and serene lakes.

THE KITCHEN TABLE
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Culinary* Moderate*

JOIN OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF FOR A UNIQUE, MARKET-TO-TABLE EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine as our Executive Chef leads you on an interactive culinary adventure. In the morning, you will travel by mini-coach to the local market to handpick ingredients under the guidance of our Chef. Later this evening, you will dine on regional dishes prepared by our experienced culinary team, using produce from the market. As you and your fellow guests enjoy this delicious creation at The Kitchen Table, you will also observe the art of plating with each dish. From fresh market fare to cooking techniques and elegant presentation, experience firsthand how your ship’s world-class culinary staff brings distinct, local flavors from the market to your taste buds. It is an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind opportunity to shop, interact and dine with the masters.

HEALESVILLE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
DURATION: 6 HOURS
Natural World* Moderate*

A HAVEN FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES
Visit the Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary and discover Australia’s native wildlife in their natural habitat. Travel by motor coach through the vast rural landscape and into the Australian bush. The sanctuary is one of only two places in Australia to have successfully bred a platypus and has a well-established breeding program. During your visit, you will get acquainted with some of the zoo’s residents; there will be several opportunities to see a number of animals up close through various talks and presentations throughout the day, from kangaroos and koalas to platypuses and emus. You can also discover more about the zoo’s mission to conserve some of Australia’s most endangered wildlife. If you get hungry, a number of on-site eateries are available, offering everything from light bites to fine dining while showcasing the region’s quality local produce. After your guided exploration, return to your coach and journey back to your awaiting ship.

PREMIER GOLF IN MELBOURNE
DURATION: 5 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest* Moderate*

PLAY A ROUND OF GOLF AT ONE OF THE CAPITAL OF VICTORIA’S TOP COURSES
Tee off in style during an unforgettable round of golf at one of Melbourne’s top-ranked courses. The city’s “Sandbelt” region is home to several renowned courses, notable for their unique sand bunker placements. A chauffeured vehicle will transport you to either the Woodlands Golf Club or the Yarra Yarra Golf Club, where you will pick up your premium club hire before heading to the driving range to warm up. Your shared golf cart will be waiting for you with a refreshment and your personal golf pack containing a sleeve of three balls, a course-branded towel, tees and a divot tool. Then, step up to the first tee to begin your 18-hole round. Try to avoid the bunkers as you play through on impeccably conditioned fairways en route to quick rolling greens. After your match, board your chauffeured vehicle and return to your ship. Please note: A liability waiver must be signed to participate in this tour.

LANEWAYS OF MELBOURNE
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Snack* al Interest* Moderate*

ENJOY A DRINK DURING A STROLL THROUGH MELBOURNE’S CELEBRATED BACKSTREETS
Explore the colorful culture of Melbourne during a small-group excursion through the city’s iconic laneways. A lively atmosphere, vibrant street art and distinctive drinking establishments await you along these celebrated backstreets. Meet your knowledgeable guide and catch a ride on a city tram; established in 1885, this distinct characteristic of Melbourne is the world’s oldest continuously operating tram system. At your stop, disembark and follow your guide through the narrow streets decorated with an ever-changing canvas of stencil art and graffiti as you make your way to one of the city’s famous hidden laneway cocktail bars. Receive a custom recommendation from a local mixologist, then enjoy your drink along with some delicious snacks. Cap your visit at one more local bar, where your guide will answer questions about Melbourne while you sip on a cold beer and survey the vibrant scene around you. Afterward, you will board the tram and return to your awaiting ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Burnie sits on Emu Bay, an inlet of the Bass Strait, at the mouth of the Emu River. Founded in 1827, it was later named after William Burnie, the director of Van Diemen’s Land Company. One of Tasmania’s largest cities, its deepwater harbor makes it an important commercial center. The city is also a gateway to Tasmania’s rugged natural beauty, including Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area, the park is a breathtaking landscape of trails, streams, ancient pines and wildlife set in the shadow of jagged Cradle Mountain.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SCENIC COASTLINE OF TASMANIA (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing* Easy*

PANORAMIC DRIVE THROUGH STRIKING LANDSCAPES
Admire stunning views of Tasmania’s northern coastline during a panoramic drive. Board your motor coach with your guide and set out along the coastal Bass Highway. Take in the sights, including rugged cliffs and beautiful beaches, as your guide regales you with stories about living in this remote part of Tasmania. Learn about the fertile lands that surround Burnie, which make it an ideal location for growing a variety of crops, including potatoes and poppies. Depending on the time of your visit, you may see fields of white poppies stretching off into the distance. Gaze out at the picturesque landscape during stops at Gutteridge, Table Cape Lighthouse and Boat Harbour Beach, where you will have an opportunity to take unforgettable photos. At the end of your excursion, you will return to your ship.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Trace one of Australia’s most scenic regions along the southeastern shore of the continent on the Bass Strait. Spend a relaxing day at sea to unwind and admire the vistas from your stateroom veranda.

Eden was an important port for Australia’s powerful whaling industry for more than a century. The whalers who operated out of Eden had an advantage over their competitors. In a unique example of mutualism, a local pod of orcas, apocryphally led by Old Tom, would assist in the hunt by herding the whales into nearby bays for easy dispatching by the whalers, in exchange for an easy meal. Today, the town’s focus is on whale conservation, but its intriguing whaling history is on display at the Eden Killer Whale Museum, including the skeleton of Old Tom.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SCENERY OF THE SAPPHIRE COAST (INCLUDED)
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing* Easy*

EXPLORE EDEN’S STUNNING COASTLINE AND ORCA HERITAGE
Visit Eden and its surrounding villages that lie along the scenic Sapphire Coast. Meet your guide and set out on a drive along some of Australia’s best coastal districts. These sheltered waters are home to the award-winning oysters of the Sapphire Coast. During a stroll through the streets of Pambula, explore the history of the town and witness the colonial-era buildings that line the main street. At the Eden Killer Whale Museum, learn more about the town’s heritage and how Eden is now leading the way to protect local marine life. Hear the story of Old Tom, Eden’s most famous orca, and how he established a unique arrangement with human whalers. To alert them of the presence of baleen whales in the bay, he would breach and slap his tail at the mouth of the Towamba River. Old Tom’s skeleton is now on display at the museum.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Sydney was founded as a penal colony in 1788 and is celebrated for its magnificent natural harbor. It has grown into the major cultural center of Australia, beloved for its all-embracing, free-spirited nature. The cultural jewel in its crown is the iconic Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site nestled harborside like a gleaming white bird taking wing. Adjacent, the Royal Botanic Garden displays one of the world’s most important horticultural collections across its 70 acres of flora-lined pathways. After breakfast, disembark your ship and journey home.

2025 DIRECTION FARE
PER PERSON

Jan-20

Sydney to Sydney FROM
AU$28,995
Dec-30 Sydney to Sydney FROM
AU$27,995
2026 DIRECTION FARE
PER PERSON

Feb-27

Sydney to Sydney FROM
AU$27,995

 

*Cruise only offers. Save up to $2000 per couple

*All prices are in Australian dollars, per-person, based on double occupancy and reflect our current offers. Strikeout prices reflect brochure pricing.

*Call us for more information regarding stateroom

Expired on Friday May 31st, 2024

 

MORE FEATURES, SERVICES AND EXCURSIONS INCLUDED

  • One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • 24-hour specialty coffees, teas  & bottled water
  • Port taxes & fees
  • Ground transfers with Viking Air purchase
  • Visits to UNESCO Sites
  • Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances
  • Complimentary access to The Nordic Spa & Fitness Center.
  • Self-service launderettes
  • Alternative restaurant dining at no extra charge
  • 24-hour room service
  • Onboard gratuities

 

YOUR STATEROOM INCLUDES:

  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed with luxury linen
  • 42″ flat-screen LCD TV with intuitive remote & complimentary Movies On Demand
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • 110/220 volt outlets
  • Ample USB ports

Expired on Friday May 31st, 2024

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