South Pacific and New Zealand Cruises
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Highlights of South Pacific and New Zealand
A stopover in the ports of the South Pacific and New Zealand is an open invitation to relax in luxurious natural surrounds. Step off the ship and into a world of natural splendour and beauty.
A few of the highlights of cruising the South Pacific and New Zealand
- A popular tourist destination, the port of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands is an ideal stopover for cruise liners. A stay on the palm-fringed island offers passengers the chance to unwind on pristine beaches and swim in crystal clear waters lapping at coral reefs. Aitutaki's famed blue lagoon is surrounded by lush natural rainforests and waterfalls. Stay for a day in one of the Cook Islands' most beautiful settings and you won't want to leave!
- Regarded as New Zealand's most popular tourist attraction, Milford Sound is a natural fjord surrounded by towering mountainsides. A stopover in Milford Sound means cruise passengers can enjoy some of New Zealand's most spectacular natural scenery, including a series of year-round cascading waterfalls. Boating enthusiasts can even extend their nautical pleasures by taking one of the popular boat tours around the sound.
- Sun-soaked Fiji entices visitors with its coconut-lined beaches and relaxed island lifestyle. Cruise passengers can disembark at the trendy Port Denarau, which boasts a thriving commercial district and is the gateway to the picturesque Mamanuca Islands. Take a trip out to the islands to enjoy some of the South Pacific's best scuba diving and snorkelling, before heading back to Port Denarau to unwind at some of Fiji's best restaurants and nightspots.
Featured South Pacific and New Zealand Ports
The crowd pleasing city of Port Vila is where many come to snorkel spectacular reefs, bathe under scenic waterfalls and relax amongst beautiful surrounds.
Somewhere in the middle of Pacific Ocean lies the multicultural paradise of Nadi. Here temples glisten in the sunlight while tourists swim and snorkel the coast in search of tropical wonders.
What could be better than a day spent snorkelling tropical reefs and dining on authentic French pastries? It's all possible in the cosmopolitan city of Noumea!
The 1930s still live on in the picturesque town of Napier. Like a set from a period film, Art Deco buildings line the seaside town making it a popular spot for vintage enthusiasts.
New Zealand's largest city is filled with character, yachts and a lot of water. Take in the harbour views, breath in the fresh sea air and enjoy a taste of life in Auckland.
Papeete is nothing short of an island paradise. Whether swimming in the crystal clear lagoons or hiking the scenic hinterland, you can't help but be seduced by the city's sultry charm.
Home to a proud Scottish heritage, Dunedin is a cosy and historic city located in the thick of New Zealand's rugged terrain.
There is nothing quite like the dramatic landscape of Milford Sound. From soaring cliffs, deep blue seas and sparkling cascades, cruising through the New Zealand fjord is an experience you will never forget.
Acting as the grand gateway to New Zealand's south island, Christchurch is a serene city surrounded by snow capped mountains, ancient volcanoes and sparkling ocean.
Tahiti, Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia experience warmer and rainier months from November to April, the rest of the year is pleasant and drier. New Zealand cruises operate in its summer so days are pleasant but it is cooler round the bottom of the South Island and warm clothes and rain gear are useful.