Discover a treasure trove of stunning and secluded islands as you sail from Sydney to Papeete, including l’Île des Pins (Isle of Pines). The beaches here offer incredibly white sand and the towering pines offer a striking backdrop. Snorkeling is highly recommended. At barely two miles in length, Dravuni Island can be explored on foot. Hike to the highest point for a memorable view. The 200 locals are grateful for your visit and school children entertain with songs. This itinerary even includes two full days and an overnight in Bora Bora, said to be the world’s most romantic island. Whatever you do, get in the water and enjoy the breathtaking views.
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Day 1 Sydney, AUSTRALIA Embark 6 pm
Day 2 Cruise Tasman Sea — —
Day 3 Brisbane, AUSTRALIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 4 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 5 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 6 Noumea, NEW CALEDONIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 7 Isle of Pines, NEW CALEDONIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 8 Lifou, NEW CALEDONIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 9 Mystery Island, VANUATU 8 am 5 pm
Day 10 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 11 Lautoka, FIJI 8 am 5 pm
Day 12 Dravuni, FIJI 8 am 5 pm
Day 13 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 14 Apia, SAMOA 8 am 6 pm
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA 8 am 6 pm
Day 15 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 16 Cruise Pacific Ocean — —
Day 17 Bora Bora, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8 am Overnight
Day 18 Bora Bora, FRENCH POLYNESIA — 5 pm
Day 19 Raiatea, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 20 Morea, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8 am 5 pm
Day 21 Papeete, TAHITI 8 am Overnight
Day 22 Papeete, TAHITI Disembark
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – February 27, 2021 – Sydney’s harbour is the hub from which there’s much to see and do. You’ll want to explore this area, home of the iconic Opera House. Admire the skyline, swim at a harbour beach or cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Want to see surfing? Grab your sunblock and towel and spend the day on world-famous Bondi Beach, or take a scenic walk on the coast from Bondi to Coogee Beach. The Rocks district is a shopper’s mecca offering a wide variety of goods, from woodcrafts and unique art to outback fashions.
ISLE OF PINES, NEW CALEDONIA – March 2 – A stroll across this picturesque island will offer glimpses into its French heritage. Captain Cook, who was the first European to discover the island, named it because of the towering pine trees blanketing the land. Isle of Pines offers everything one could wish for on a tropical island – stunning turquoise waters bordered by deserted beaches, friendly locals, delicious cuisine and a feeling of tranquility and timelessness.
NOUMÉA, NEW CALEDONIA – March 3 – Nouméa is a foodie utopia nestled in paradise. Tucked into the southern shores of French territory New Caledonia, the city’s heritage is reflected throughout the streets, including in its culinary scene. Indulge in some French cheeses or a delicious pain au chocolat as you browse local handcrafted goods at Port Moselle Market. Learn about native Kanak culture at the beautifully constructed Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre and stroll lush gardens of La Place des Cocotiers – considered the heart of the city. A string of turquoise bays offers an abundance of outdoor activities, whether you wish to nap on a warm sandy beach or learn how to windsurf. History, cuisine and scenic beauty intersect in Nouméa.
LIFOU, NEW CALEDONIA – March 4 – Find yourself in a secluded paradise, where natural splendourous present themselves at every turn. The northern coast features intoxicating cliffs and limestone caves and the southern side turquoise water and white-sand beaches. Take paths leading up to magnificent views of the endless Pacific. From Baie de Jenik, swim right up to excellent snorkelling amid coral reefs teeming with vibrant marine life. And make friends with turtles while floating in the calm bay just off Luengoni Beach. The limestone caves just west are simply stunning – shine your flashlight on the water and the deep rock pools turn a shimmery emerald green.
PORT VILA, VANUATU – March 5 – Start your day in picturesque Vila and shop for local crafts, discover a delicious new dish or explore surrounding blue lagoons and distinct beaches – both white sand and black sand are ideal for a mid-afternoon nap. Or trade the coastline for swimming at Mele Cascades, which are a series of natural pools terraced along a hillside that flow into a magnificent waterfall. Don’t miss the chance to learn about Futuna islanders’ traditions with a visit to a cultural centre.
LAUTOKA, FIJI – March 7 – Known as Sugar City, Lautoka is framed by the Pacific Ocean to the west and sugar cane fields and rolling pine forest to the east. The day wouldn’t be complete without discovering Fiji’s world-famous beaches and browsing for handcrafted goods at local markets and boutiques. Don’t miss the opportunity to view the magnificent orchids and beautiful landscape at the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. Or go wild in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park. It’s easy to find your slice of paradise in Lautoka.
DRAVUNI, FIJI – March 8 – This immaculate island paradise is the best spot for the idyllic South Pacific beach day. Stretch out on the white sands or dive in to snorkel through the Great Astrolabe Reef. If you’re looking for the best view on the island, climb up the 131-foot hilltop for an incredible panoramic view. The local village is a great spot to get to know the island’s culture and purchase some local wares.
APIA, SAMOA ISLANDS – March 10 – The Samoa Islands capital city is located on the north coast of Upolu. Stunning coral reefs surround this rainforest-covered, mountainous island. Boasting extraordinary natural beauty in a remote tropical paradise, the island is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. And in Apia, you can get to know the locals – famous for their friendliness – while browsing shops or exploring a market brimming with tropical fruits and crafts showcasing local Polynesian culture.
PAGO PAGO, AMERICAN SAMOA – March 10 – Whether you gravitate to the sea or the mountains, you’ll encounter memorable vistas at every curve of the landscape surrounding Pago Pago. Whales, porpoises and sea turtles frequent the island’s emerald waters. The rainforest blanketing the rugged mountains showcases an impressive array of greens. As you tour the island, discover local Polynesian culture and traditions that have remained present in many residents’ lives.
BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA – March 13 & 14 – Nicknamed the “Jewel of the South Seas,” Bora Bora will sweep you up in its stunning landscapes so that you feel a world away. Come ashore and discover for yourself why Bora Bora is a world-famous romantic destination. Whether paddle boarding across its translucent blue lagoon, exploring Mount Pahia on a guided tour, shopping at local boutiques or simply lounging on the warm sand, you can make this paradise your own.
RAIATEA, FRENCH POLYNESIA – March 15 – Meaning “Faraway Heaven,” Raiatea is an island of astounding beauty, ancient myths and home to French Polynesia’s largest outdoor temple (marae). Many believe the island is the centre from which the great Polynesian migration started and is considered the most sacred island in the South Pacific. A coral reef teeming with colourful marine life surrounds Raiatea in a tranquil lagoon – ideal for snorkelling and diving. After a dip in the lagoon, explore lush rainforests and the extinct volcano Mount Temehani. Enjoy your day on this culturally significant island where history, legend and natural beauty intertwine.
MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA – March 16 – The island’s unique geography makes Moorea one of French Polynesia’s most breathtaking islands. Eight mountain peaks carpeted in lush vegetation rise from a translucent lagoon and two tranquil bays. The island is ideal for all ages to embark on outdoor activities that are as relaxed or as thrilling as you wish. From paddle boarding and skydiving to island bus tours and hiking, you can view paradise from most every angle. Bask in warm sunrays on a peaceful beach and then soak in the local culture with a traditional feast and authentic Polynesian dance show.
PAPEETE, TAHITI, FRENCH POLYNESIA – March 17 & 18, 2021 – From the island’s famed black pearls to world-class surfing and extinct volcanic mountains, discover why Tahiti has been crowned with the nickname, “Queen of the Pacific.” French Polynesia’s capital city of Papeete is a multicultural centre offering a cosmopolitan atmosphere embedded into the island’s natural beauty. Search for unique crafts and goods at the Papeete Market or tour the Rober Wan Pearl Museum to learn about Tahitian black pearls. After returning from a hike, surf lesson or Jeep Safari tour, enjoy a traditional Tahitian dance show.
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Guest is responsible for 20% gratuities on the retail value of the Ultimate Beverage Package prior to cruise in the amount of $30.00 per person per day.
2 – FREE Shore Excursion Credit
$50 USD per port shore excursion credit is per stateroom. Credit has no monetary value and is non-refundable. In the event a port of call or excursion is missed, for any reason, no refund or credit will be issued. Shore excursion credit is applicable for each port, including debarkation port, and is not transferable to other ports. Use the credit or lose it. It does not include embarkation ports. Overnight stays count as one port.
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All prices are in Canadian dollars, per person and include:
22-Day cruise aboard Norwegian JEWEL.
Prepaid shipboard gratuities on your cruise.
All your meals, activities and entertainment.
All port taxes/fees and surcharges.
Cost of airfare and transfers will be quoted when they are available with NCL.
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DOUBLE Occupancy Fares:
INSIDE – Category IB $4,495
OUTSIDE – Category OB $4,995
BALCONY – Category BA $6,695
SINGLE Occupancy Fares:
INSIDE – Category IB $7,895
OUTSIDE – Category OB $8,795
BALCONY – Category BA $11,995
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Initial deposit of $500 per person is required to secure the booking.
Final payment is due by: OCTOBER 24, 2020.
Please note a cancellation fee of $100 per person will apply for cancellation prior to the final payment.