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Australia & New Zealand Cruise

From $3799 $998 taxes

Travel Best Bets Package Includes

  • Round trip airfare from Vancouver to Sydney and return from Auckland
  • 14 night cruise aboard Celebrity Solstice
  • Round trip transfers from airport to pier and pier to airport
  • Book OUTSIDE or higher and choose 2 Perks:
    -FREE Classic Beverage Packages, including spirits, with beverage gratuities covered
    -FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
    -FREE Per Cabin Onboard Credit: $300 USD
    -FREE Unlimited Internet 

Vancouver: November 23 – December 9, 2017

Inside Outside Balcony Taxes & Fees
$3799 sold out $4699 $998

Please call to inquire for flights from other departure cities.




Sailing Itinerary

Date Ports of Call Arrival Departure Activity
Sat 25Nov2017 Sydney, Australia - 6:30 PM Boarding
Sun 26Nov2017 Cruising - - -
Mon 27Nov2017 Melbourne, Australia 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Docked
Tue 28Nov2017 Cruising - - -
Wed 29Nov2017 Hobart, Australia 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Docked
Thu 30Nov2017 Cruising - - -
Fri 01Dec2017 Cruising - - -
Sat 02Dec2017 Milford Sound, New Zealand 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Cruising
Sat 02Dec2017 Doubtful Sound 1:30 PM 2:30 PM Cruising
Sat 02Dec2017 Dusky Sound 4:30 PM 6:00 PM Cruising
Sun 03Dec2017 Dunedin, New Zealand 9:00 AM 7:00 PM Docked
Mon 04Dec2017 Akaroa, New Zealand 7:00 AM 6:00 PM Tendered
Tue 05Dec2017 Wellington, New Zealand 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Docked
Wed 06Dec2017 Cruising - - -
Thu 07Dec2017 Bay Of Islands, New Zealand 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Tendered
Fri 08Dec2017 Tauranga, New Zealand 8:00 AM 7:00 PM Docked
Sat 09Dec2017 Auckland, New Zealand 6:30 AM - Departure


Sydney, Australia

Considered one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the Southern Hemisphere, Sydney offers just about anything—from beaches and wineries to stunning landmarks and world-class shopping. Tour architectural marvels like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge, view life below the surface from Sydney Aquarium’s underwater walkways, or take it all in from above on a tour of the Sydney Tower.

Melbourne, Australia

Europeans and Asians each have put their stamp on this amazing city and turned Melbourne into a cultural melting pot of Greek, Chinese, Italian, English and Irish, and host to major international events. From the Old World architecture and a cricket field at the center of the city, to the abundance of Australia’s unusual animals found at the Melbourne Zoo, this city never ceases to amaze.

Hobart, Tasmania

Docking in Hobart gives you immediate access to Mount Wellington and its incredibly beautiful surroundings. From there you can look out over the busy harbor, which plays host to yachts from all over the world. The Salamanca Arts Centre also puts the region’s incredible artwork on display, including some stunning Aboriginal pieces. Or, if you’re looking for something less formal, just wander about the streets listening to street buskers, or stop into a pub and sample local wines.

Milford Sound, New Zealand

As we sail into the narrow fjords of the Milford Sound, even your massive ship seems to shrink in comparison to the towering cliffs topped by lush mountain terrain. Situated within Fiordland National Park, this natural wonder is part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Site and is protected by its natural geography, which makes it a haven for all types of wildlife.

Doubtful Sound, New Zealand

As cold mountain water cascades from the cliffs above Doubtful Sound, it creates an unusual phenomenon-a dual-layered marine ecosystem of fresh and saltwater. This serves as a playground for a number of species, including fur seals and two types of penguins – the fiordland crested and blue penguin.

Dusky Sound, New Zealand

Steep cliffs that have been carved over centuries by dozens of waterfalls surround the largest and most complex of the many fjords along the New Zealand coast, Dusky Sound. It’s also a wildlife paradise, with seals and dolphins patrolling the water, and birds like broad billed prions, mottled petrels and sooty shearwaters floating on the overhead thermals.

Dunedin, New Zealand

Were it not for the absence of the Scottish brogue, you might think you’d landed in Edinburgh. Both the scenery and the architecture borrow heavily from Scotland. You can even shop for kilts or dig into a piece of fresh haggis. Dunedin is also home to New Zealand’s only castle, a 15-year construction endeavor complete with the only staircase of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and magnificent woodwork.

Akaraoa, New Zealand

Nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano, Akaroa is rich with beautiful bays, French and English colonial history, even the largest little penguin colony on the mainland. It’s also home to the rarest and smallest marine dolphin and lots of water sports-kayaking, sailboats, also hiking paths and cycle tours. Pick up a unique souvenir from one of the many local craft shops and boutiques.

Bay of Island, New Zealand

Those who love beaches consider these some of the world’s finest, with their perfect white sand and crystal-clear water. And as tempted as you’ll be to pull up a lounge chair and soak in the surroundings, many consider this the ideal place to partake in more active pursuits, such as kayaking, mountain-biking, parasailing, swimming with dolphins and scuba-diving.

Tauranga, New Zealand

Known as the Bay of Plenty, Tauranga is located at the entrance to one of the largest natural harbors in New Zealand. You can take a ride on a bush jet boat, go white-water rafting on the Rangitaiki River, or dine on the freshest fish and chips you’ll ever taste, served al fresco. If you’re looking for a more exotic counter, travel to the Mount Mauganui Hot Salt Water Pools.

Auckland, New Zealand

Your official welcome to New Zealand comes by way of a bustling harbor. Step ashore and into a surprisingly cosmopolitan environment. And once you venture inland, even more surprises await, including a total of 48 dormant volcanoes, a lush, leafy urban cityscape filled with beautiful parks, and a number of renowned art galleries.


Wellington, New Zealand

From the new to the old, Wellington offers a bit of everything. Locals are particularly proud of the National Museum of New Zealand – Te Papa Tongarewa. Loosely translated as “our place” from the native Maori tongue, the museum is one of the world’s largest and most progressive. A great way to explore the city is on the restored cable cars, which traverse the shopping district. And if you want to experience it all from above, take in the panoramic views from Mount Victoria.


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