Indonesian Explorer from Sydney to Singapore Cruise
14 night cruise sailing from Sydney, Australia aboard the Pacific Explorer. Visit Gladstone, Australia, Cairns, Dili, Timor-Leste, Benoa/Bali, Lombok and Singapore Cruise Center.
Departing Date :
28 Jan 2020
Found in north Queensland, Cairns is a cosmopolitan city located on the east coast of the Cape York Peninsula. The city is a popular tourism hub due to its close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef as well as other attractions such as Kuranda Village and the Daintree. It is also home to a dizzying array of accommodation, tour companies and adventure activities. While the city doesn't have any swimming beaches to speak of, the large out-door salt-water lagoon pool located in the city centre is a welcomed substitute.
Cairns cruises disembark at the popular Port of Cairns, the most northern port on the eastern seaboard. The port is located in the CBD and is within walking distance to shops and restaurants.
Sights to See
It's easy to spend an entire day in Cairns along the popular promenade, taking in the magnificent views and watching the world go by. On a warm, sunny day (there are plenty of them in Cairns) you'll find it hard to resist a dip in the iconic lagoon. If you'd prefer something a little more action packed, book ahead and take a tour of the Daintree Rainforest, go white water rafting down the Tully River or enjoy a hot air balloon ride over the Atherton Tablelands. Take a tour of Cairns…
What's for Lunch
Head to Grafton Street or the Esplanade where you will find rows and rows of cafes and restaurants. For a taste of tropical Queensland, order a juice from one of the city's juice bars where they will squeeze the freshest tropical fruit right before your eyes. Seafood and meat lovers should try the Esplanade where they'll find a number of reputable seafood and grill restaurants.
If you see only one thing...
If you have the time, arrange to go on a snorkelling or diving tour of the Great Barrier Reef. With so many tour companies on offer, there's no excuse not to see the world's largest living reef.