Round the world cruise ports of call

Round the world cruise ports of call

Welcome aboard this comprehensive guide to “Round the world cruise ports of call”.
I’m Sarah ( or Miss Tatane 😛), passionate about cruising and a cruiser just like you. I’m here to share my experiences and advice with you, so that you can experience each destination to the full 😉


Round the world cruise ports of call and things to do

117 days – 116 nights around the world

Round the world cruise ports of call

Each year, several cruises around the world undertake a journey lasting 4 months, sometimes 2 to 3 months, totaling 117 days. These exceptional adventures begin from ports as varied as Marseille, Genoa, Brazil, Argentina, as well as other destinations across the globe. These unique journeys open the doors to discovering more than 50 destinations spread across four continents, from the Caribbean islands to exotic Asia, including the charms of Europe.

If you land on my page, you are one of the lucky ones. Do you want to know what to do during your excursions, budget them, plan them? You are therefore in the right place to plan your world tour with Mon Tatane Tour.


Cruise stopovers around the world

→ The best activities, one look is enough.

Goodbye to endless searches on the Internet! Here on MTT all the best activities to do at each stopover are condensed into one place. Whether it’s diving in crystal-clear waters, must-see cultural tours or other unique experiences, our guide gives you an instant overview of the moments not to be missed.

Each of these activities is carefully selected among cruise line favorites, rated with this ⭐/5, based on hundreds or even thousands of customer reviews. This allows you to easily navigate the most popular and beloved experiences to make your cruise stopover truly unforgettable.

→ Activities selected according to the length of your stopovers!

Discover carefully selected activities to perfectly align with your stopover times! Every moment is precious, which is why we have ruled out any activity that could disrupt your schedule or cause you to miss the boat. Explore with confidence, knowing that each experience is carefully planned to fit your schedule.

→ One page, your practical guide!

Much more than just a travel guide, this page is your insightful companion for a successful (at least I hope 😃) world cruise. Plan smart, spend wisely, and explore the world without financial worries.

Excellent visit to you cruise friends!🥰


FRANCE


Marseille

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 1 – Departure 6 p.m

Round the world cruise ports of call


On the first day of your world cruise, you will embark in Marseille, a historic port city located in the south of France. Marseille is a cosmopolitan and lively city, with a rich history and culture.

Here are three places to visit during your stopover in Marseille

  • The old port is a central square in the city which is home to many restaurants, bars and shops. It’s a great place to stroll, shop and sample the local cuisine.
  • The Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde basilica is an emblematic monument of the city which offers a breathtaking view of Marseille and the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The contemporary art museum houses a collection of modern and contemporary art by French and international artists.

The boat will leave Marseille at 6 p.m. to head to Barcelona, ​​Spain.


Marseille airport transfer → Marseille cruise terminal (port)

Tour of Marseille by bus

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Visit Marseille comfortably and affordably with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Choose from two routes that will take you to the city’s top attractions.

Complete discoveryTravel around Marseille by double-decker bus and convertible minibus.
Audio commentaryLearn more about the city with audio commentary available in 8 languages.
FlexibilityVisit a neighborhood or monument, then catch the next bus to continue your exploration.
Main sitesExplore treasures such as the Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica, the Major Cathedral, the Old Port, the Vallon des Auffes and the Corniche Kennedy.
Varied circuitsTake advantage of 2 circuits (red and blue) to discover different aspects of Marseille.

SPAIN


Barcelona

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 2 stopover from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call


On the second day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Barcelona, ​​a vibrant and cosmopolitan city located in northeastern Spain. Barcelona is a city rich in history and culture, with breathtaking tourist attractions.

Here are three must-do activities in Barcelona

  • Visit the Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece. This basilica is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, and for good reason. Its unique shapes and bright colors make it a breathtaking spectacle.
  • Stroll along La Rambla, a lively avenue lined with cafes, restaurants and boutiques. It’s the perfect place to mingle with the crowds and experience the atmosphere of Barcelona.
  • Discover Park Güell, another Gaudí masterpiece. This park is a true paradise for the eyes, with its colorful mosaics, sculptures and breathtaking views of the city.

These three activities will allow you to discover the main attractions of Barcelona and immerse yourself in Catalan culture.

Ticket to the Sagrada Familia

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The Sagrada Família is an unfinished Roman Catholic basilica located in Barcelona, ​​Spain. Designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, it is considered one of the masterpieces of Catalan modernist architecture.

Construction of the Sagrada Família began in 1882 and continues to this day. The basilica is expected to be completed in 2026, for the centenary of Gaudí’s death.

The Sagrada Família is one of the most visited monuments in Spain. It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984.

Strong pointsSagrada Familia
Visit of the Sagrada FamíliaExplore this iconic monument and discover Antoni Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece.
Art Nouveau architectureAdmire the impressive structure of the Sagrada Família, characterized by its unique architecture blending Gothic and Catalan modernism.
Historic work in progressDiscover the fascinating history of this site which still continues today, more than a century after its construction began.
Free downloadable audio guideAccess a downloadable audio guide to your phone to learn about the history and architectural details.
Monument listed by UNESCOEnjoy the worldwide recognition of the Sagrada Família as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Park Güell

A unique park

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Park Güell is a public park located in Barcelona, ​​Spain. It was designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and is considered one of the masterpieces of Art Nouveau architecture.

The park is famous for its colorful mosaics, sculptures and geometric shapes. Visitors can admire the main staircase, the hypostyle hall, Nature Square and many other attractions.

Park Güell is a must-visit for all architecture and art lovers.

Strong pointsPark Güell
Visit at your own paceExplore Park Güell at your own pace and take plenty of time to discover its architectural wonders.
Dragon Stairs and “Drac”Admire the stunning mosaics on the main staircase and visit the famous “Drac” (dragon) adorning Park Güell.
Hypostyle Hall and Place de la NatureDiscover the Hypostyle Hall, Nature Square and other unique attractions that make Park Güell an exceptional work of art.
Timed entry without physical printingSimply present your e-voucher at the entrance, no need to print your ticket.
Unesco World HeritageAppreciate the UNESCO World Heritage Site status awarded to Park Güell in 1984.

The best things to do

Day at sea = Off – Day 3 – What to do during days at sea?

Nobody gets bored during days at sea!

Each company has designed captivating programs to make every moment at sea as entertaining as possible. Dynamic entertainment awaits you throughout the day, whether indoors, in the lounges and bars, or on deck (except in adverse weather conditions).

The options are as varied as they are exciting, with a multitude of activities to discover:

  • Indoor swimming pools for aquatic relaxation.
  • Spas offering you a relaxing break.
  • Free entertainment throughout the day.
  • Evenings at the casino for game lovers.
  • A library for reading lovers.
  • Board games for friendly moments.
  • Not forgetting the dance classes for dance floor enthusiasts.
  • Add to that karaoke sessions to free your voice.
  • And captivating shows for memorable evenings.

Everything is designed to meet your desires and make every moment on board as entertaining as possible!

You will also have the opportunity to network with other cruise passengers, while waiting for the next stopover on land. Rest assured, these moments will be rich in sharing, joy and new friendships. Everything promises to be entertaining and fun!


Málaga

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 4 stopover from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call


On the 4th day of our world cruise, you will arrive in Málaga, an Andalusian coastal city located in southern Spain. Málaga is a city rich in history and culture, with stunning beaches and delicious cuisine.

Here are three must-do activities in Málaga

  • Visit the Picasso Museum, which houses the largest collection of Picasso’s works in the world. 
  • Stroll along the maritime promenade, a seaside promenade lined with palm trees and restaurants. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Discover the Alcazaba, an 11th century Moorish fortress which offers breathtaking views of the city. 

These three activities will allow you to discover the main attractions of Málaga and immerse yourself in Andalusian culture.

Cruise stopovers in Malaga

Picasso Museum in Malaga: a must-visit for art lovers

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Discover the life and work of Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, in his birthplace. The Picasso Museum in Malaga houses a permanent collection of more than 200 works of art by Picasso, from the artist’s early academic studies to his final paintings of the 1970s.

The collection includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics and graphic works, which illustrate the evolution of Picasso’s art over the years

Strong pointsPicasso Museum
Picasso Museum in MalagaLearn about the life and art of Pablo Picasso in his hometown at the museum located in the Buenavista Palace.
More than 200 works of artAdmire an impressive collection of over 200 works of art by Picasso, spanning different periods.
Picasso’s revolutionary permanent collectionExplore a permanent collection showcasing Picasso’s groundbreaking art, from his beginnings to his latest works.
Architectural mix of Buenavista PalaceExplore the magnificent architectural mix of the palace, combining Renaissance, Mudéjar elements and contemporary lines.
Phoenician, Roman and Arab ruinsDescend into the basement of the palace to discover Phoenician, Roman and Arab ruins.
Café in the Palacio de Buenavista gardenEnjoy a break in the palace garden café to end your visit with an aperitif, lunch or drink.

Guided tour of the Alcazaba and Roman theater

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The Alcazaba of Malaga is a Moorish palace and fortress located in the heart of the city of Malaga, Spain. It was built in the 11th century by the Hammudi dynasty and is one of the most important monuments in the city.

The Alcazaba is a vast complex made up of two enclosures, the outer enclosure and the inner enclosure. The outer enclosure is the oldest and is surrounded by massive walls. The inner enclosure is more recent and houses numerous palaces and gardens.

Strong pointsAlcazaba
Alcazaba of MalagaExplore the Alcazaba, one of Málaga’s most beautiful attractions, a Muslim palace with a fortress, gardens and ornate courtyards.
History of the Alcazaba and conquest of MálagaLearn about the history of the Alcazaba, its role in the conquest of Málaga and its legacy.
Art, legends and curiositiesDiscover the art, legends and curiosities that make the Alcazaba a unique and fascinating place.
Panoramic view of the cityAdmire one of the best views of the city from the Alcazaba, a breathtaking experience.

MOROCCO


Casablanca

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 5 – Stopover from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call


On the fifth day, arrived in Casablanca, a cosmopolitan city located in Morocco. Casablanca is a city rich in history and culture, with breathtaking tourist attractions.

Here are three must-do activities in Casablanca

  • Visit the Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Africa. This mosque is a masterpiece of Islamic architecture and offers breathtaking views of the city.
  • Stroll along the Corniche, a seaside promenade lined with palm trees and restaurants. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy the view of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Discover the Habous district, a historic district of the city which is home to numerous souks and monuments. 

Visit to the Hassan II Mosque

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This visit is a unique opportunity to discover the beauty and cultural importance of the Hassan II Mosque. It is ideal for tourists who want to know more about Morocco and its culture.

Strong pointVisit to the Hassan II Mosque
ExclusivityVisit one of Morocco’s most iconic sites, Morocco’s largest mosque.
ConvenienceEntrance tickets and pickup included.
LearningLearn the history and culture of the mosque from a knowledgeable guide.
ComfortDriving in a comfortable and well-equipped vehicle.

Guided tour of Casablanca

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This guided tour is an excellent opportunity to discover the different facets of Casablanca. It is ideal for tourists who want to learn more about the city and its culture.

Strong pointGuided tour of Casablanca
Fusion of modernity and traditionDiscover Casablanca’s unique combination of modern and traditional architecture.
Iconic sitesVisit must-see sites such as the Hassan II Mosque, Mohammed V Square and the Corniche.
LearningEnrich your knowledge of Casablanca’s history, culture and local customs from a knowledgeable guide.
ComfortEnjoy a comfortable tour in an air-conditioned vehicle.

Off – 6th to 8th day

What to do ? See program (higher above Malaga)


GREEN CAP


Mindelo

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 9 – Stopover from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the ninth day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Mindelo, a cosmopolitan city located in Cape Verde. Mindelo is a city rich in history and culture, with beautiful beaches and delicious cuisine.

Here are three must-do activities in Mindelo

  • Visit the ethnographic museum, which houses a collection of traditional Cape Verdean objects. 
  • Stroll through the historic center of the city. It is the ideal place to discover the colonial architecture and the daily life of the inhabitants.
  • Discover Laginha Beach, a white sand beach located in the heart of the city. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Mindelo

Snorkeling with sea turtles in São Vicente

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A unique experience in Cape Verde Discover the magic of sea turtles in their natural habitat São Pedro, a sheltered bay and turtle sanctuary Your day begins with pickup from the port of Mindelo. You then board a traditional boat for a short crossing of São Pedro Bay.

Arriving at your destination, you are greeted by your experienced guide, who equips you with the necessary snorkeling equipment. You then dive into the crystal clear waters of the bay, looking for sea turtles.

Strong pointsSnorkeling with sea turtles in São Vicente
Exclusive meetingDive with sea turtles guided by a local expert in a sheltered and unspoiled bay in Cape Verde.
Easy supportDirect transfer from the port for a hassle-free excursion.
Deep connectionChat with one of Earth’s oldest inhabitants and discover their natural habitat.
Quality snorkeling equipmentEquipped with the best hardware for an optimal experience.
Guaranteed to see turtlesExperience a captivating aquatic ballet with these majestic creatures.

Off 10th to 13th days


BRAZIL


El Salvador

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 14 – Stopover from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

On the fourteenth day of your world cruise, arrive in Salvador, a colonial city located in Brazil. Salvador is a city rich in history and culture, with stunning beaches and delicious cuisine.

Here are three must-do activities in Salvador

  • Visit Pelourinho, the historic center of the city, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the ideal place to discover colonial architecture and Afro-Brazilian culture.
  • Stroll along Porto da Barra Beach, a white sand beach located in the heart of the city. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun.
  • Discover the Mercado Modelo, an artisan market where you can find local products, souvenirs and food. 

These three activities will allow you to discover the main attractions of Salvador and immerse yourself in Brazilian culture.


Off – day 15


Rio de Janeiro

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 16 and 17 – Stopover from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

On the sixteenth and 17th day of your cruise around the world, arrive in Rio de Janeiro, (for a 2-day stopover), a city known worldwide for its beaches, its mountains and its carnival. Rio de Janeiro is a city rich in history and culture, with breathtaking tourist attractions.

Here are three must-do activities in Rio de Janeiro

  • Visit Christ the Redeemer, the symbol of the city. This 38 meter high statue, located at the top of Corcovado, offers breathtaking views of the city.
  • Stroll along Copacabana Beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world. It’s the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.
  • Discover Sugar Loaf, an emblematic mountain of the city. 

These three activities will allow you to discover the main attractions of Rio de Janeiro and immerse yourself in Brazilian culture.

The best things to do

The best things to do in Rio de Janeiro

Christ the redeemer – Corcovado

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Enjoy a train excursion to Christ the Redeemer, one of the most iconic monuments in the world. Admire the stunning views of Rio de Janeiro from the top of the hill.

Strong pointsChrist the Redeemer – Entrance ticket
Train excursionRide a century-old train through the Tijuca Forest, the largest urban forest in the world.
Amazing viewsAdmire panoramic views of Rio de Janeiro, including Sugarloaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay.
Priority boardingBenefit from priority boarding to avoid queues.
Museum visitDiscover the history of Christ the Redeemer and the Corcovado Railway.

Sugar bread

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Ride the Sugarloaf Cable Car for breathtaking views of Rio de Janeiro.

Strong pointsSugarloaf cable car ticket
Amazing viewsAdmire panoramic views of Rio de Janeiro, including Copacabana Beach and Guanabara Bay.
Flexible durationSpend as much time as you want at the summit.
Wheelchair accessibleEveryone can benefit from this experience.

Rio de Janeiro – Rocinha Favela walking tour

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Explore Rocinha, South America’s largest favela, in a respectful, non-intrusive way on this half-day walking tour. Accompanied by local English-speaking guides and favela hosts, this experience offers an authentic immersion into the daily life of the community.

Strong pointsFavela Rocinha
Discovery of the largest favela in South AmericaExplore Rocinha, the largest favela in Rio and South America, in a respectful and non-intrusive way on this walking tour.
Meetings with local residentsMeet the inhabitants of the favela, listen to their stories and discover daily life far from media stereotypes.
Local English-speaking guides and favela hostsBenefit from the accompaniment of local English-speaking guides and favela hosts for an authentic and enriching experience.
Safe exploration, far from stereotypes and prejudicesForget stereotypes and sensationalist headlines; discover the reality of the favela in complete safety, while respecting the local community.
Monetary contribution included to the favela communityThe cost of the tour also includes a monetary contribution aimed at supporting the favela community.

Off – 18th and 19th days


ARGENTINA


Buenos Aires

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 20 and 21 – Stopover from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

On the 20th and 21st days visit Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city that offers a unique blend of European and Latin American cultures.

Day 20

  • Visit the Casa Rosada, the seat of the Argentine government. This former presidential residence is a symbol of the city.
  • Stroll through the Recoleta neighborhood, an elegant area that is home to many museums, boutiques and cafes. It is the ideal place to discover the cultural life of the city.
  • Discover the La Boca district, a colorful district that is home to tango. 

Day 21

  • Visit La Plata Park, a huge park located in the heart of the city. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy nature.
  • Stroll through the Palermo district, a lively area that is home to many bars, restaurants and shops. It’s the perfect place to experience the city’s nightlife.
  • Discover the San Telmo district, a historic district which is home to many markets and cafes. 

These six activities will allow you to discover the main attractions of Buenos Aires and immerse yourself in Argentinian culture.

The best things to do

The best things to do in Buenos Aires

Round the world cruise ports of call

Buenos Aires hop-on hop-off bus tour

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Discover Buenos Aires at your own pace and easily with the hop-on hop-off tourist bus. Explore the city’s traditional and modern neighborhoods, discover its iconic monuments, and learn more about its history and culture with the included audio guide.

This tour is the perfect way to see most of Buenos Aires in just one day.

Strong pointsBuenos Aires hop-on hop-off bus tour
Flexible explorationHop on and off at any stop to explore the city at your own pace.
Audio guide includedLearn more about the city and its monuments with the included audio guide.
Frequent serviceEnjoy frequent service with runs every 25 minutes.
Free Wi-FiStay connected at all times with free Wi-Fi on the bus and at bus stops.

Buenos Aires – 3-hour small group tour

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Explore Buenos Aires in a small group and discover its must-see sites, such as Plaza de Mayo, the La Boca district, Puerto Madero and the Recoleta district.

Book in advance to guarantee your spot!

Strong pointsBuenos Aires tour in 3 hours
Small group tourEnjoy a more intimate and personalized experience.
Guided tourLearn about the history and culture of Buenos Aires from your expert guide.
Visit the must-see sitesAdmire the city’s main attractions, such as Plaza de Mayo, La Boca district, Puerto Madero and the Recoleta district.

Round the world cruise ports of call – Off – 22 and 23rd days


Puerto Madryn

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 24 excursion 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 24th day of the world cruise, arrived in Puerto Madryn, a town located on the Patagonian coast of Argentina. Puerto Madryn is known as the wildlife capital as it is home to many animal species including whales, penguins and sea lions.

Here are three must-do activities in Puerto Madryn

  • Watch whales in the bay of Península Valdés. This bay is one of the best places in the world to observe southern right whales.
  • Visit the Punta Tombo Wildlife Reserve, a nature reserve that is home to a colony of 1 million Magellanic penguins. 
  • Soak up the local ambiance at the Mindelo Fish Market.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Puerto Madryn

Puerto Madryn and Punta Loma city tour

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Explore the Punta Loma sea lion reserve and admire these majestic animals in their natural habitat.

→ Please note, this excursion is intended for cruises that dock at 6/7 a.m.!

Strong pointsPuerto Madryn and Punta Loma City Tour
Natural environmentAdmire the reserve’s cliffs, beaches and wildlife.
Sea lion watchingGet up close to these fascinating animals and observe their behavior.
Guided tourLearn about sea lions and their environment from your expert guide.

Off – 25th days


Port Stanley, Falkland Islands

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 26 excursion from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Off – 27 and 28th days


Ushuaia

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 29 excursion 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Day 30 arrived in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. Ushuaia is located in Tierra del Fuego, a region known for its spectacular landscapes and unique wildlife.

Here are three must-do activities in Ushuaia

  • Visit Tierra del Fuego National Park, a nature reserve that is home to a wide variety of animals, including guanacos, rheas, foxes and sea lions. 
  • Stroll along the Beagle Channel, an arm of the sea that separates Tierra del Fuego from the South American continent. It’s the perfect place to watch whales, dolphins and sea lions.
  • Visit the historic center of Ushuaia, home to many historic buildings, shops and cafes. It is the ideal place to discover the history and culture of the city.

These three activities will allow us to discover the main attractions of Ushuaia and immerse ourselves in the culture of Tierra del Fuego.

The best things to do

The best things to do in Ushuaia

Ushuaïa – Penguin observation by catamaran

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Set off to explore Tierra del Fuego, aboard a modern and comfortable catamaran. During this 4-hour excursion, you will sail the Beagle Channel, admire the flora and fauna of the region, and observe Gentoo and Magellanic penguins in their natural habitat.

Strong pointsPenguin watching by catamaran
WildlifeObserve sea lions, cormorants and Gentoo and Magellanic penguins in their natural habitat.
FloraAdmire the spectacular scenery of the Beagle Channel, surrounded by mountains, forests and glaciers.
NavigationCruise the Beagle Channel aboard a modern and comfortable catamaran.

Half-day excursion to Tierra del Fuego national park

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Explore Tierra del Fuego National Park aboard a historic train. During this 4-hour tour, you’ll admire the region’s spectacular landscapes, visit the train station at the end of the world and the world’s southernmost post office, and learn about the flora, fauna and history of Tierra del Fuego.

Strong pointsExcursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park
NatureAdmire the lenga forests, Roca – Errazuriz Lake and Lapataia Bay, spectacular landscapes of Tierra del Fuego.
HistoryVisit the World’s End Station, the world’s southernmost post office, and the Alakush Visitor Center, historic sites in the area.
WildlifeObserve sea lions, penguins and other wildlife in their natural habitat.

Round the world cruise ports of call Off – 30 and 31st day


CHILE


Puerto Chacabuco

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 32 excursion from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Day 32 arrived in Puerto Chacabuco, a small village located on the shores of Lake General Carrera, in the Aysén region, Chile. Puerto Chacabuco is known as the gateway to Chilean Patagonia, a wild and unspoiled region.

Here are three must-do activities in Puerto Chacabuco

  • Take a boat trip to discover the surrounding fjords and glaciers.
  • Wander through General Carrera Glacier National Park, a nature reserve that is home to a wide variety of landscapes, including glaciers, lakes, forests and mountains. It’s the perfect place for hiking, kayaking and wildlife watching.
  • Discover the thermal springs of Termas de Puyuhuapi, located a few kilometers from Puerto Chacabuco. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the benefits of thermal waters.

Puerto Montt

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 33 excursion 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 33rd day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Puerto Montt, a town located on the Gulf of Reloncaví in the Lake District of Chile. Puerto Montt is known as the gateway to Chilean Patagonia, a wild and unspoiled region.

Here are three must-do activities in Puerto Montt

  • Visit the Puerto Montt Central Market, a colorful market where you can buy local products including fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. 
  • Guided tour of Osorno Volcano and Petrohué Falls
  • Discover the Alerce Andino National Park, a nature reserve that is home to forests of Araucanía cedars, a species of cedar endemic to Patagonia. 
The best things to do

The best things to do in Puerto Montt

Guided tour of Osorno volcano and Petrohué falls

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Admire the turquoise Petrohué Falls, climb the Osorno Volcano and explore the lush forest of Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.

→ Please note, this excursion is intended for cruises that dock at 6/7 a.m.!

Strong pointsOsorno Volcano and Petrohué Falls
NatureAdmire the turquoise Petrohué Falls, the Osorno Volcano and the lush forest of Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.
ActivitiesClimb Osorno Volcano and explore the lush forest.

Off – 34th day


Valparaiso

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 35 and 36 excursions from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On days 34 and 35 of the world cruise, you will visit Valparaiso, a city located on the Pacific coast of Chile. Valparaiso is known for its colorful houses, steep hills and vibrant culture.

Here are three must-do activities in Valparaiso

  • Visit the Cerro Concepción Funicular, a funicular that will take you to the top of Cerro Concepción Hill, where you can enjoy stunning views of the city. 
  • Stroll through the historic center of Valparaiso, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the ideal place to discover the history and culture of the city.
  • Visit the Cerro Alegre neighborhood, a colorful neighborhood where you can admire colorful houses and graffiti. 
The best things to do

The best things to do in Valparaíso

Authentic guided tour of Valparaiso

Valparaiso, a colorful and lively city, where street art is king. Learn about the city’s Italian, British, and German heritage, and visit historic sites like Sotomayor Square and St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral.

Strong pointsDescription
EntertainmentAdmire the city’s colorful and engaging street art, which will make you smile, think and dream.
CultureLearn about Valparaiso’s Italian, British and German heritage, through its buildings, monuments and museums.
HistoryVisit historic sites like Sotomayor Square and St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, which will take you back in time.


Off – 37 to 40th day


Hanga Roa (Rapa Nui)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 41 excursion 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

On the 41st day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Hanga Roa, the capital of Easter Island. Easter Island is a Chilean territory located in the Pacific Ocean, known for its moai statues.

Here are three must-do activities in Hanga Roa

  • Visit Rapa Nui National Park, a nature reserve that is home to the famous moai statues. 
  • Wander around the village of Hanga Roa, which is home to many historical and cultural buildings. It is the ideal place to discover the culture and history of the island.
  • Visit the Rapa Nui Archaeological Museum, which houses a collection of objects tracing the history and culture of the island. 

The best things to do

The best things to do in Hanga Roa

Rapa Nui National park

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Explore Rapa Nui National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with around 900 moai sculptures and 300 ceremonial ahu. Discover the site of Ahu Vianpu and marvel at the 7 moai at Ahu Akivi, possibly representing the Polynesian explorers of Hiva.

→ Please note, this excursion is intended for cruises leaving after 8 p.m.!

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Unesco World HeritageRapa Nui National Park is a World Heritage Site, home to 900 moai sculptures and 300 ceremonial ahu.
Ahu Akivi with 7 moaiVisit Ahu Akivi to see seven 4.88 m high moai facing the ocean, possibly representing the explorers of Hiva.
Ahu Tahai and Ceremonial PlatformExplore Ahu Tahai, a ceremonial platform with a unique moai and discover the diversity of moai in Puna Pau with red pukao.
Captivating ocean view at Ahu AkiviThe moai at Ahu Akivi face the ocean, providing an unusual view, potentially symbolizing the explorers of Hiva.
Guided adventureEnjoy a guided tour in English or Spanish, including park entrance fees.

Off – 42 and 43rd day


BRITISH ISLANDS


Bounty Bay, Pitcairn

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 44 stopover from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

On the 44th day of your world cruise, you will arrive at Bounty Bay, a bay located on Pitcairn Island. Pitcairn is a British island located in the Pacific Ocean, known for the Bounty Mutiny which took place in 1789.

Here’s a must-do activity in Bounty Bay

  • Visit Bounty Bay, the site of the famous mutiny.
  • Snorkeling 

This activity will allow you to discover the place where one of the most famous events in maritime history took place.


Off – 45 to 46th day


FRENCH POLYNESIA


Papeete, Tahiti

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 47 and 48 excursions from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 47th and 48th days of the world cruise, you will visit Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia. Papeete is a city located on the island of Tahiti in the Pacific Ocean, known for its natural beauty, vibrant culture and delicious cuisine.

Here are three unmissable activities in Papeete

  • Visit the Papeete market, a colorful market where you can buy local products including fruits, vegetables, fish and meat.
  • Wander around downtown Papeete, which is home to many historic buildings, shops and cafes. It is the ideal place to discover the history and culture of the city.
  • Visit to Matavai Bay, a bay located in Mahina in the north of the island of Tahiti near Papeete, which is home to an important archaeological site. 

These three activities will allow us to discover the main attractions of Papeete and immerse ourselves in Polynesian culture.

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The best things to do in Papeete

Private day tour of Tahiti highlights

Join an exclusive adventure around the island of Tahiti, where a small group of up to 7 cruise passengers will explore the lush nature, delve into the rich culture and history, while enjoying spectacular views of the lagoon and coral reefs. This intimate experience promises unforgettable memories to share with your cruise friends, in a friendly and personalized atmosphere. Embark on a unique getaway in the heart of the Tahitian paradise.

A 2-day stopover that leaves time to treat yourself!

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Immersing yourself in the lush nature of the island of TahitiExplore the island’s natural beauty with scents of tropical flowers, waterfalls, caves, water gardens, surf beaches and lookouts.
Exploration of cultural and historical wealthLearn about the country, geography-history, culture, traditions, mentality, crafts and food of Tahiti.
Breathtaking view of the lagoon, coral reefs, etc.Discover the beautiful lagoon, coral reefs and exceptional mountains while exploring sites such as the sacred Arahurahu marae.

See availability – Booking


Bora Bora – Safari between land and sea in 4×4 with snorkeling

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Discover the very essence of Bora Bora with this exclusive excursion “Bora Bora: safari between land and sea in 4×4 with snorkeling. Adventure through the island’s rugged mountain roads behind the wheel of a 4WD safari vehicle, providing a unique experience to explore the hidden treasures of this pearl of the Pacific.

Strong pointsSafari between land and sea
4×4 routeTravel the scenic roads of Bora Bora in an open-sided 4×4, giving you breathtaking views of the lagoon and mountains.
Spectacular viewpointsAdmire exceptional views from iconic points such as Matira Point, Faanui Cannon, and Amanahune Bay.
Cultural explorationDiscover military relics left behind by American troops after World War II and watch local artisans at work in a craft workshop, making coconut oil and dyeing sarongs.
Lunch in emblematic placesSavor tropical fruits on a plantation and enjoy a delicious lunch at the legendary Bloody Mary’s Restaurant, or Lucky House Fare Manuia if the former is closed, offering an unforgettable dining experience.
Snorkeling with marine lifeImmerse yourself in the underwater world of Bora Bora by snorkeling with rays and observing blacktip sharks up close. Explore the coral gardens and admire the splendor of tropical fish.
Respect for marine lifeEnjoy an excursion focused on respecting marine life, with ethical practices, such as no shark feeding and coral protection.

Moorea

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 49 stopover from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On day 49, you will arrive in Moorea, an island located near Tahiti in the Pacific Ocean. Moorea is known for its rugged volcanic peaks, white sand beaches and natural beauty.

Here are three recommended unmissable activities in Moorea

  • Snorkel or snorkel in Moorea Lagoon, a turquoise lagoon that is home to a wide variety of fish and corals. 
  • Hike Mount Rotui, a volcanic peak that offers breathtaking views of the island. 
  • Catamaran cruise around Moorea, an ideal way to discover the different bays and beaches of the island. 
The best things to do

The best things to do in Moorea

Half-day safari in 4×4

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Discover Moorea with this exclusive 4×4 safari. Enjoy panoramic views, get up close and feed the eels, taste local flavors, all topped off with a spectacular view from the lookout point. An unforgettable adventure in a tropical setting.

Strong pointsHalf-day safari in 4×4
Enjoy panoramic views of the islandExplore Moorea, a picturesque island with lush tropical vegetation, enjoying spectacular panoramic views.
Approach the eels and feed themTake part in a unique experience by approaching and feeding eels in the river, a memorable encounter with local wildlife.
Tasting of local juice, jam and pineappleEnjoy a friendly tasting of local juice, jam and pineapple, discovering the authentic flavors of Moorea.
Head to the lookout for a spectacular viewEnjoy spectacular views from the lookout, offering breathtaking panoramas of the island and its surroundings.

Water scooter snorkeling excursion

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Immerse yourself in the ultimate adventure in Moorea as you explore the crystal clear waters by jet ski. Accompanied by an expert guide, discover the island’s marine treasures in complete safety, and dive in the best snorkeling spots. An unforgettable experience to discover the magic of Moorea in a unique and sensational way.

→ Please note, this excursion is intended for cruises that dock at 6/7 a.m.!

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Travel with a water scooter on the crystal clear waters of MooreaExplore the ocean in complete freedom, reaching speeds of up to 7 km/h, in the paradise setting of Moorea.
Dive safely with an expert guideDiscover Moorea’s exceptional marine life with the security of an expert guide, allowing you to explore with confidence.
Explore the best snorkeling spots on the islandDive into Moorea’s most spectacular coral reefs, home to extraordinary marine diversity.

Off – 50th day


COOK ISLANDS


Aitutaki

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 50 excursion 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

On the 50th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Aitutaki, an island located in the Pacific Ocean. Aitutaki is known for its white sand beaches, turquoise lagoon and natural beauty.

Here are three recommended must-do activities in Aitutaki

  • Snorkel or snorkel in Aitutaki Lagoon, a turquoise lagoon that is home to a wide variety of fish and corals. 
  • Hike on One Foot Island, an uninhabited island located in the heart of the lagoon. 
  • Catamaran cruise around the island, an ideal way to discover the different bays and beaches of Aitutaki. 

These three activities will allow you to discover Aitutaki’s main attractions and enjoy its natural beauty.


Rarotonga

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 52 excursion 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 52nd day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Rarotonga, the largest island in the Cook Islands. Rarotonga is known for its white sand beaches, turquoise lagoon and Polynesian culture.

Here are three must-do activities in Rarotonga

  • Snorkel or snorkel in Rarotonga Lagoon, a turquoise lagoon.
  • Hike Mount Te Manga, the highest point in Rarotonga, which offers stunning views of the island. 
  • Visit the village of Avarua, the capital of Rarotonga, which is home to many historic and cultural buildings. 

These three activities will allow you to discover Rarotonga’s main attractions and immerse yourself in its Polynesian culture.


Off – 53 to 57th day


NEW ZEALAND


Bay of Islands

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 58 excursion from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 58th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Bie Islands, a region located in the north of New Zealand. The Bay of Islands is known for its spectacular natural scenery, white sand beaches and turquoise waters.

Here are three must-do activities in the Bay of Islands

  • A boat trip in the bay, an ideal way to discover its natural landscapes. 
  • Travel to Waitangi, the historic site of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840.
  • A visit to Paihia or *Russell Village, a historic village with many 19th century buildings. 

The distance between Bay of Islands and Russell, the historic capital of the bay, is approximately 15 kilometers. The most direct route is State Highway 1, which crosses the bay from east to west. The car journey takes approximately 20 minutes.

There are also ferries that connect Russell with Paihia, another village on the bay. The ferry ride takes approximately 15 minutes.

Here are the distances between Russell and a few other bay towns:

  • Paihia: 15 kilometers
  • Kerikeri: 25 kilometers
  • Opua: 30 kilometers
  • Whangarei: 45 kilometers
The best things to do

The best things to do in Bay of Islands

Hole in the rock and bay of islands Cruise

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Embark on a unique cruise in the Bay of Islands, encounter dolphins and whales, learn about the region with engaging commentary, sail among 144 islands, pass through Motukōkako Island and enjoy dining options on board or at Otehei Bay. An unforgettable marine adventure.

→ Please note, this excursion is intended for cruises that leave at 8 p.m!

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Meet dolphins, whales and wildlifeUnique experience in the heart of the Bay of Islands.
Captivating commentary from the boat crewDiscover the area with informative commentary from the experienced crew.
Sail among the 144 islands of the Bay of IslandsExplore the picturesque waters of the Bay of Islands, dotted with 144 magnificent islands.
Cruise through Motukōkako Island (Hole in the Rock)Cross the iconic Motukōkako Island.
Dining options on board or at Otehei BayEnjoy delicious choices with dining options on board or at Otehei Bay.

Auckland

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 59 excursion 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 59th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand. Auckland is a cosmopolitan city located on the north coast of the North Island. The city is known for its natural beauty, vibrant culture and cultural offerings.

Here are three must-do activities in Auckland

  • A visit to Sky Tower, the tallest tower in New Zealand, which offers breathtaking views of the city. 
  • A boat trip in Auckland Bay, an ideal way to discover its natural landscapes. 
  • A tour of →Waiheke Island

→ The best way to reach Waiheke Island from Auckland Harbor is by ferry. There are several ferry companies that offer services between the two destinations.

The ferry ride takes around 40 minutes and costs around 40 NZD (27.50 euros) per adult. Ferries depart from Auckland Harbor every hour from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Here are the ferry companies that offer services between Auckland Harbor and Waiheke Island

  • Fullers360 → 27.50 euros
  • Waiheke Island Ferry Company → 27.50 euros
  • Water Taxis Waiheke → 27.50 euros
  • Fast ferry transfer → 26.29 euros

If you prefer to book your return transfer in advance

Take the ferry to Waiheke Island, a paradise island located 40 minutes from Auckland. Admire panoramic views of the city and coast from the ferry’s viewing platform. Take advantage of the many regular departures throughout the day to find the time that suits you. Pets are accepted on board.

Why book this activity?

This tour is the perfect way to discover Waiheke Island, a popular tourist destination. You will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the island, stroll through olive groves and sandy beaches, and relax in a peaceful atmosphere.

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Cruise passengers’ favorite Auckland activity

Waiheke island – Ferry tickets and hop-on hop-off bus

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Explore the magic of Waiheke with a combined ferry and hop-on hop-off bus tour. Depart from Auckland Harbor by ferry and board a double-decker bus to explore attractions including Oneroa Village, Oneroa Beach and several local wineries.

This flexible and cost-effective tour option allows you to see the best sites on the island. Hop on and off as you please at 16 stops conveniently located near vineyards, beaches and restaurants. You have the option to stay on board for a panoramic tour of the island.

Iconic stops include Oneroa Village, Onetangi Beach, Batch Winery, Tantalos Winery, Mudbrick Vineyard, Cable Bay Vineyard, and more. The drivers and on-board host will provide commentary and information to ensure you have a rewarding Waiheke experience.

Hop-on hop-off Explorer buses depart every 30 minutes in summer and every 60 minutes in winter, providing maximum flexibility to explore the island at your own pace. Enjoy an unforgettable day between land and sea in Waiheke.

Strong pointsWaiheke Island – Ferry Tickets and Hop-On Hop-Off Bus
Hop on and off as many times as you want at the 16 stopsExplore Waiheke at your own pace with the flexibility to hop on and off at 16 stops near major attractions.
Discover iconic locations such as Batch Winery, Tantalos, Mudbrick, Cable Bay, and more.Visit iconic locations like Batch Winery, Tantalos Wineries, Mudbrick, Cable Bay, and more.
Sail the sparkling waters of Auckland Harbor on the round trip to Waiheke IslandEnjoy a scenic crossing of Auckland Harbor on your round trip to Waiheke Island.

Tauranga

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 60 excursion 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.

On the 60th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Tauranga, a coastal city located on the North Island of New Zealand. Tauranga is known for its white sandy beaches, natural landscapes and vibrant culture.

Here are three must-do activities in Tauranga

  • Explore Tauranga Harbor on a boat full of character. Enjoy the panoramic views of Mount Maunganui
  • A visit to the Tauranga Museum, which houses a collection of objects tracing the history and culture of the region. 
  • Take part in a guided tour of the Waitomo Caves, famous for their luminous glowworms.
  • Immerse yourself in Maori culture by visiting the historic village of Whakarewarewa (66 km from Tauranga).
The best things to do

The best things to do in Tauranga

Mount Maunganui harbor sightseeing cruise

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Immerse yourself in New Zealand’s maritime history with a sightseeing cruise aboard the Kewpie, a 70-year-old ferry built from native Kauri wood. This iconic ship offers a unique experience for exploring Tauranga Harbour, the country’s largest natural harbour.

Sail through the working port, view docked ships, and admire the contrasting beauty of white sand beaches, lush green forests, and islands, juxtaposed with the developed port infrastructure.

Strong pointsMount Maunganui Harbor Sightseeing Cruise
Cruise on a 70-year-old ferry, built with wood from native Kauri treesBoard the Kewpie, a historic Kauri wooden ferry, for a unique cruise around Tauranga Harbour.
Explore Tauranga Harbor by boat and see Mount Maunganui from the waterDiscover New Zealand’s largest natural harbour, admire Mount Maunganui from the water on this cruise.
Get an up-close look at the working port and the ships docked thereExplore the working harbour, see the docked ships and immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Tauranga Harbour.
Look for wildlife including blue penguins and NZ fur sealsLook for local wildlife, including blue penguins and New Zealand fur seals.
Choose to disembark on Matakana Island to explore its superb white sand beachOpt to disembark on Matakana Island to explore its magnificent white sand beach and surrounding areas.

Napier

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 61 excursion 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

On the 61st day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Napier, a city located in the North Island of New Zealand. Napier is known for its Art Deco architecture, which was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1931.

Here are three must-do activities in Napier

  • A tour of the Art Deco city, a walking or bus tour that will allow you to admire the Art Deco buildings of the city. 
  • A boat trip in Hawke’s Bay, an ideal way to discover its natural landscapes. 
  • Stroll along the Marine Parade seafront, offering magnificent views of the ocean.

Here are some additional suggestions for your Napier excursion

  • If you have time, you can visit Te Mata Peak, a hill that offers stunning views of the city and the bay .
  • You can also take a kayak or paddle tour to discover Hawke’s Bay.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a walk in the Hastings area (-20 km from Napier), which has many shops and restaurants.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Napier

Cape gannets kidnappers

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Discover the world’s largest gannet colony on a day trip to Cape Kidnappers. Observe these amazing birds in their natural habitat and learn about their history and culture from an experienced guide.

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Cruise on a 70-year-old ferry, built with wood from native Kauri treesBoard the Kewpie, a historic Kauri wooden ferry, for a unique cruise around Tauranga Harbour.
Explore Tauranga Harbor by boat and see Mount Maunganui from the waterDiscover New Zealand’s largest natural harbour, admire Mount Maunganui from the water on this cruise.
Get an up-close look at the working port and the ships docked thereExplore the working harbour, see the docked ships and immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Tauranga Harbour.
Look for wildlife including blue penguins and NZ fur sealsLook for local wildlife, including blue penguins and New Zealand fur seals.
Choose to disembark on Matakana Island to explore its superb white sand beachOpt to disembark on Matakana Island to explore its magnificent white sand beach and surrounding areas.

Round the world cruise ports of call – Off – 62nd day


Christchurch

Round the world cruise ports of call – stopover: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 63rd day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Christchurch, a city located in the South Island of New Zealand. Christchurch is known for its natural beauty, history and resilience.

Here are three must-do activities in Christchurch

  • A visit to ChristChurch Cathedral, a symbol of the city which was rebuilt after an earthquake in 2011. 
  • A boat trip in the River Avon, a perfect way to discover the town and its surroundings. 
  • A visit to the Canterbury Museum, which houses a collection of objects tracing the history and culture of the region. 

Here are some additional suggestions for your Christchurch excursion

  • If you have time, you can visit the Botanic Gardens, a 200-hectare botanical garden.
  • You can also take a kayak or paddle board trip to explore the River Avon.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a stroll through the New Regent Street area, which has many shops and restaurants.
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The best things to do in Christchurch

Combined ticket for tram, hunting and gondola

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Explore the charms of Christchurch in a varied way with this captivating excursion. Hop aboard a vintage tram for a flexible tour of the “Garden City.” With a full-day ticket and the ability to hop on and off at 18 strategic stops, discover iconic sites like Riverside Market and the Botanic Gardens, as well as expansive urban spaces like Hagley Park and the shops of New Regent Street .

Enrich your experience with a gondola ride to the top of Port Hills, offering 360-degree views of Christchurch, the plains, mountains, city and harbour. Explore the alpine landscape by hiking from the summit. Add a picturesque touch to your day by taking an Edwardian flat-bottomed boat for a serene ride on the River Avon.

Note that the Christchurch Gondola is located 15 minutes from the city center, providing a comprehensive and varied experience to discover the beauty and diversity of Christchurch.

What are the highlights of this combined ticket?

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Discover the sights of Christchurch by vintage tramExplore the “Garden City” aboard a vintage tram, seeing iconic sites like the Riverside Market and Botanical Gardens.
Get off at strategic locations such as the Riverside Market and the Botanical Gardens.Enjoy the flexibility of a full-day hop-on, hop-off ticket, allowing you to hop off at strategic locations like the Riverside Market and Botanical Gardens.
The gondola gives you a 360-degree view of Christchurch.Board a gondola with 360-degree panoramic views of Christchurch, the plains, mountains, city and harbor from the top of the Port Hills.
Take the cable car to the top of Port Hills for a hike through the alpine landscape.Take the cable car to the top of Port Hills, where you can hike through spectacular alpine scenery, with stunning views of the Southern Alps and the Kaikoura Mountains.
Board a flat-bottomed Edwardian boat for a ride on the River Avon.Add a picturesque touch to your experience by taking a flat-bottomed Edwardian boat for a peaceful ride on the River Avon, offering a unique perspective of the town and its surroundings.

Christchurch – Gondola ride

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Enjoy breathtaking views of Christchurch’s alpine landscapes on a gondola tour. Admire the Southern Alps, the Kaikoura Mountains, Christchurch Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. At the top, visit the cafe, take a hike or enjoy the Discover ride experience.

Strong pointsGondola ride
Enjoy 360-degree views of Christchurch from a glass gondola.Ride the Christchurch Gondola for an exceptional panoramic experience, offering 360-degree views of the Southern Alps, Kaikoura Mountains, Christchurch Harbour, Pacific Ocean, city and plains.
Climb to the top of Port Hills for stunning views of the Alpine mountains.The gondola transports you to the top of Port Hills, offering stunning views of the Alpine Mountains to the west, the Southern Alps, and the city of Christchurch.
Head to Red Rock Café to sample authentic Kiwi flavors.Take a break at the Red Rock Café at the top of the gondola to sample authentic Kiwi flavors while admiring the spectacular views.
Hike to the Crater Rim at the top of Port HillsIf you’re feeling energetic, explore one of the many hiking trails at the summit, like the one to the Crater Rim, offering a more immersive nature experience and exceptional panoramic views.

Dunedin

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 64 excursion 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

On the 64th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Dunedin, a city located in the South Island of New Zealand. Dunedin is known for its history, culture and natural beauty.

Here are three must-do activities in Dunedin

  • A tour of the Otago Peninsula, a historic place with many 19th century buildings and monuments. 
  • A visit to the Royal Albatross Centre, which houses an albatross research and conservation centre. 
  • Visit Dunedin Station, an impressive example of Victorian architecture, famous for its elegant appearance and magnificent stained glass windows.

Here are some additional suggestions for your Dunedin excursion

  • If you have time, you can visit the Dunedin Botanic Garden, a 10-hectare botanical garden.
  • Explore Larnach Castle, New Zealand’s only castle, surrounded by lavish gardens and offering panoramic views of the region.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a stroll through the George Street area, which has many shops and restaurants.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Dunedin

Guided tour of Dunedin

Explore Dunedin with family or cruise friends on an entertaining and informative walking tour. Visit historic sites, traditional gardens and unique shops.

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An entertaining guide for all ages.Enjoy a lively guided tour, suitable for all ages, that makes exploring Dunedin engaging and entertaining.
Explore traditional Chinese gardens.Immerse yourself in the tranquility of Lan Yuan, Dunedin’s Chinese Garden, with its winding paths and cultural insights.
Discover the historic buildings and the train station.Explore Dunedin’s architectural heritage by visiting historic buildings including St. Paul’s Cathedral and the iconic Dunedin Station, which shares the city’s intriguing history.


Milford Sound

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 65 stopover from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

On the 65th day of your world cruise, you will depart on a four-hour cruise in Milford Sound, a fjord located in the South Island of New Zealand. Milford Sound is considered one of the most beautiful places in the world.

During your cruise, you will be able to admire the dizzying cliffs that rise more than 1,200 meters above you, the waterfalls that flow into the turquoise waters of the fjord and the marine wildlife, including dolphins, sea lions and seals.

Here are some additional suggestions for your Milford Sound cruise

  • If you have time, you can take a kayak or paddle tour to get a closer look at the fjord.
  • Visit the Milford Discovery Center and Underwater Observatory for a fascinating dive into the region’s marine riches.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Milford Sound

2-hour sightseeing cruise in a small boat

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Admire the awe-inspiring peaks and rugged waterfalls of Milford Sound on a 2-hour sightseeing cruise. Avoid the crowds by boarding a small boat for a more intimate experience of the fjord.

Make your own way to the Milford Sound Visitor Terminal and enjoy the scenery along the way. Sit comfortably on board as your cruise sets off, sailing to iconic points such as Miter Peak, St Annes Point Lighthouse, and the Tasmanian Sea in the heart of the magic of Milford Sound.

The boat’s small size will allow you to get up close to waterfalls and wildlife, providing exceptional opportunities for memorable photos. Your local skipper will share interactive and informative commentary on the geology, wildlife and history of Milford Sound, enriching your experience.

To make your trip even more comfortable, hot drinks such as tea, coffee or hot chocolate will be offered on board. Take advantage of this unique experience to explore the majestic nature of Milford Sound away from the usual crowds.

What are the highlights of this excursion?

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Avoid the crowds and experience Milford Sound up closeEnjoy an exclusive sightseeing cruise aboard a small boat, away from the crowds, for a more intimate experience of the Milford Sound fjord.
2-hour cruise with stops at spectacular points of interestRelax on a 2-hour cruise, with numerous stops at spectacular points of interest such as Miter Peak, Stirling Falls, Copper Point, offering unique opportunities to take photos of majestic nature.
Small boat size for close approaches to waterfalls and wildlife for photosTake advantage of the boat’s reduced size, allowing close approaches to waterfalls and wildlife, providing exceptional opportunities to capture memorable images of the landscape and wildlife.
Interactive and informative commentary from the local skipperLearn about the fjord environment through interactive and informative commentary from your local skipper, who will share knowledge about the geology, wildlife and history of Milford Sound, enriching your experience during the cruise.
Tea, coffee or hot chocolate offered on boardWarm up with complimentary onboard drinks, such as tea, coffee or hot chocolate, to make your cruise experience even more comfortable and enjoyable, while admiring the spectacular beauty of Milford Sound.

Off – 66 to 67th day

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AUSTRALIA


Sydney

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 68 and 69 – Stopover from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On days 68 and 69 of your world cruise, you will spend two days in Sydney, Australia’s largest city. Sydney is a cosmopolitan city located on the east coast of the country. It is known for its white sand beaches, iconic opera house and vibrant nightlife.

Here are some must-do activities in Sydney

→ Day 68

  • Cross the Sydney Harbor Bridge for iconic views of the Sydney Opera House and harbour. Enjoy this scenic walk.
  • Discover the iconic beaches of Bondi and Manly. Enjoy the sun, surf, and explore the vibrant surroundings.
  • A visit to the Art Gallery of NSW, which houses a collection of Australian and international art. 

→ Day 69

Here are some additional suggestions for your stay in Sydney

  • If you have time, you can take a day trip to the Blue Mountains, a mountainous region west of Sydney.
  • You can also hike in the Royal National Park, a national park located near Sydney.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a stroll through the Pitt Street Mall area, which has many shops and restaurants.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Sydney

Sydney Opera house guided tour

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Discover the secrets and anecdotes of the Sydney Opera House on a 1-hour guided tour. Explore the iconic halls and theaters, take photos from unique vantage points, and learn about the building’s history.

Strong pointsGuided tour of the opera
Enter a structure reminiscent of a sailboatExplore the Sydney Opera House, an iconic structure reminiscent of a sailboat, and discover what makes this site so unique and captivating.
Guided tour with an enthusiastic specialistExplore the opera house alongside an enthusiastic specialist guide who will share anecdotes, secrets and in-depth information.
Explore iconic halls and theatersWalk through the iconic halls and theaters of the Opera House, discovering the exceptional history and architecture of this building.
Shots from exclusive viewpointsTake photos from exclusive vantage points, providing a unique perspective that regular audiences can’t experience.
Hear anecdotes and secretsHear fascinating anecdotes and secrets about the history of the Sydney Opera House, adding a narrative dimension to your visit.

Excursion to the Blue Mountains

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Discover the natural and cultural wonders of the Blue Mountains on a full-day tour from Sydney. Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park, admire views of the Three Sisters from Echo Point, enjoy attractions at Scenic World and explore Leura Village.

Why book this activity?

This excursion is the perfect way to discover the natural and cultural wonders of the Blue Mountains. You’ll have the opportunity to see iconic Australian animals, admire breathtaking landscapes and learn about Aboriginal culture.

Strong pointsExcursion to the Blue Mountains
Get up close to Australian animals at Featherdale Wildlife ParkMeet a variety of Aboriginal animals, feed kangaroos, observe koalas, wombats and other unique species.
Spectacular view of the Three Sisters from Echo PointAdmire the iconic Three Sisters rock formation, offering spectacular panoramic views from the lookout point.
Access to 3 Scenic World attractions (Cableway, Skyway, Railway)Enjoy the unique Cableway, Skyway and Railway experiences at Scenic World, offering exceptional mountain views.
Free time at Leura Village for shopping and exploringStop in Leura, explore the village, go shopping and enjoy lunch at a local cafe at your own pace.
Ferry ride along the Parramatta River to Circular QuayAvoid Sydney’s traffic jams with a pleasant ferry cruise to Circular Quay, offering magnificent views.

Skyfeast – The Sydney tower

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Enjoy a 360-degree gourmet buffet at the top of Sydney Tower. Enjoy a wide variety of international dishes, including fresh seafood, meat and chicken dishes, salads and desserts.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover world cuisine and enjoy spectacular views of the Sydney skyline. You will have the opportunity to taste fresh seafood, meat and chicken dishes, salads and desserts.

Strong pointsSkyfest
Choice of more than 30 fresh dishes from various cuisinesEnjoy a variety of dishes, from seafood to cooked meals, with options for all tastes and dietary preferences.
360-degree rotating view of the city from the towerAdmire the spectacular views of Sydney while enjoying your meals with the 360-degree rotation of the Sydney Tower.
Welcome drinks on arrivalUpon arrival, enjoy welcome drinks to complete your dining experience.
Dishes including fresh seafood and delicious dessertsEnjoy a variety of fresh seafood, cooked dishes from kangaroo to tofu, and finish with exquisite desserts.
Photo OpportunitiesHave your camera ready to capture memorable moments and exceptional views from your window table.

Sydney – Hop-on hop-off bus tour

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Explore Sydney at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off open-top bus tour. Discover the city’s most iconic sights, including the Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House, as well as the vibrant Bondi Beach and Circular Quay areas.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover Sydney’s most important sights at your own pace. You will have the opportunity to admire the city’s spectacular landscapes, learn more about its history and culture, and immerse yourself in local life.

Strong pointsVisit Sydney by bus
Two routes with 30 stopsExplore Sydney and Bondi Beach at your own pace with two different itineraries, covering 30 major stops.
Get on and off with a mobile couponEnjoy the flexibility of hop-on hop-off by getting on and off the double-decker bus at the stops of your choice by simply presenting your mobile voucher.
Informative audio commentary on boardLearn more about the city and its attractions with informative audio commentary on board the bus, providing you with information about the sites you visit.
Admire iconic Sydney sightsEnjoy panoramic views of iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House as you explore the city from the double-decker bus.
Customize your itinerary to suit youCreate your own itinerary by choosing the stops that interest you most, whether exploring attractions, sampling local cuisine or shopping.

Eden

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 70 stopover from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the 70th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Eden, a coastal town located in southeastern Australia. Eden is known for its white sand beaches, marine wildlife and tropical forests.

Here are three must-do activities in Eden

  • One of the popular beaches in Eden is “Aslings Beach”. Aslings Beach is known for its golden sand, clear waters and excellent swimming conditions.
  • A visit to Beowa, a national park that is home to a variety of plants and animals. 
  • Explore the Killer Whale Museum to learn about the fascinating history of the region’s killer orcas and whaling.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Eden

Eden – 2 hours of visit, nature, beaches and Beowa park

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Discover the stunning natural landscapes of Eden on a 2-hour small-group tour. Visit Aslings Beach, Cocora Beach and Quarantine Bay Beach, as well as the Pinnacles Viewpoint in Beowa National Park.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover the natural landscapes of Eden at your own pace. You will have the opportunity to admire idyllic beaches, panoramic views and learn more about the history and geology of the region.

What are the highlights of this excursion?

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2-hour Eden Highlights TourImmerse yourself in the natural beauty of Eden during this 2-hour excursion designed especially for cruise passengers. Explore the region’s most notable sites in the company of a knowledgeable local guide.
Departure from Eden Rotary ParkThe journey begins in the heart of Eden at Rotary Park, offering the chance to spot whales from August to early November along the shoreline. Dolphins are also frequently present in the bay.
Aslings BeachEnjoy Aslings Beach to feel the sand beneath your toes, listen to the soothing sound of the waves and perhaps spot some playful dolphins. Admire the vast coastline and marine beauty of this tranquil location.
Pinnacles LookoutClimb up to Pinnacles Lookout for breathtaking panoramic views. Your guide will share engaging commentary about the region’s geological wonders and fascinating history.
Cocora BeachExplore Cocora Beach, known for its golden sands and crystal clear waters. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the shore and soak up the natural beauty of this idyllic location.
Quarantine BayThe final stop is picturesque Quarantine Bay, rich in maritime history and surrounded by natural beauty. Hear intriguing stories about quarantine practices and observe the native wildlife that frequents the bay.
Entrance fees included in national parksEntrance fees to national parks are included throughout the tour, allowing visitors to fully enjoy and appreciate the wonders of Eden’s natural landscapes.

Off – 71st day


Melbourne

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 72 stopover from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the 72nd day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city. Melbourne is known for its culture, art and architecture.

Here are three must-do activities in Melbourne

  • Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the Queen Victoria Market, where you can sample local produce, fresh produce, souvenirs and regional specialties.
  • A tour of Federation Square, a cultural complex that houses museums, art galleries and theaters. 
  • A tour of Melbourne Cricket Ground, an iconic cricket stadium that also hosts concerts and other events. 

Here are some additional suggestions for your Melbourne excursion

  • If you have time, you can visit the Melbourne Zoo
  • You can take a stroll through the Collins Street area, which is home to many luxury boutiques.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Melbourne

Highlights 2-hour river cruise

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Discover Melbourne’s most iconic sights on a narrated Yarra River cruise. See the Melbourne Harbor Bridge, Polly Woodside, MCG, Olympic Park, Royal Botanic Gardens and more.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover Melbourne’s most important sights at your own pace. You will have the opportunity to admire the city’s spectacular landscapes, learn more about its history and culture, and immerse yourself in local life.

What are the highlights of this cruise?

Strong pointsRiver cruise in Melbourne
Narrated cruise on the Yarra RiverEmbark on a cruise along Melbourne’s turbulent Yarra River aboard a pleasure boat with a deck for a relaxing and informative experience. Pass iconic sites and learn about the city’s fascinating history.
Melbourne’s must-see sightsEnjoy panoramic views of Melbourne’s highlights, such as Polly Woodside, West Gate Bridge, Southgate, Princes Bridge, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Olympic Park, Herring Island, Botanic Gardens, Docklands, Crown Entertainment Complex and much more.
Relaxing on the deck of the boatRelax in the sun on the deck of the boat while admiring the landscapes and monuments. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere as you let yourself be lulled by the movement of the Yarra River.
Informative commentary on the storyListen to engaging commentary that will teach you more about Melbourne’s fascinating history, its iconic buildings, vibrant neighborhoods and how it has changed over time.
Complete route along the riverTravel a comprehensive route along the Yarra River, offering varied views of Melbourne’s neighborhoods, landmarks and points of interest. Travel down and up the river to explore sites such as Docklands, Polly Woodside and more.

Off – 73rd day


Adelaide

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 74 stopover from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

On the 74th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. Adelaide is known for its culture, art and architecture.

Here are the must-do activities in Adelaide

  • A visit to the Adelaide Central Market, a food market that offers a variety of fresh produce, artisan products and souvenirs. 
  • A visit to Glenelg Beach, a white sand beach located near the city center. 

Here are some additional suggestions for your Adelaide excursion

  • If you like shopping, you can take a stroll through the Rundle Mall area, which has many shops and restaurants.
  • A tour of Adelaide Oval, an Australian cricket and rules football stadium that also hosts concerts and other events.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Adelaide

Cruise and swim with dolphins

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Explore the beauty of Australia’s South Coast on an exceptional coastal cruise that offers a unique encounter with wild dolphins. This 3.5-hour tour, guaranteed to allow you to see dolphins, offers you an unforgettable experience off the coast of South Australia.

  • Meet at Holdfast Shores Marina in Glenelg, just 15 minutes from Adelaide. Embark aboard the sailing catamaran “Temptation”
Strong pointsCruise and swim with dolphins
Coastal cruise in South AustraliaExplore the beauty of Australia’s South Coast from the water on an unforgettable coastal cruise. Enjoy the stunning coastal scenery as you cruise along the Australian coast.
Dolphin watchingWatch dolphins play and have fun in the surrounding waters. Enjoy magical moments watching them evolve in their natural environment, offering a unique and memorable experience.
Swim alongside pods of dolphinsImmerse yourself in adventure as you swim alongside pods of wild dolphins. This immersive experience allows you to get up close and interact with these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat, providing an intimate connection with marine life.
Pleasant coastal cruiseEnjoy a relaxing coastal cruise along the Australian coast. Embark aboard the colossal catamaran “Temptation” for an exceptional maritime experience that combines the pleasure of sailing with the observation of marine wildlife.

Penneshaw

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 75 stopover from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the 75th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Penneshaw, a coastal town located on Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw is known for its white sandy beaches, marine wildlife and rainforests.

Here are three must-do activities in Penneshaw

  • A visit to Penneshaw Beach, a 1.6 kilometer long white sand beach. 
  • Cleland Nature Reserve
  • A tour of Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, a wildlife park that is home to a variety of Australian animals, including kangaroos, koalas and wombats. 

Here are some additional suggestions for your Penneshaw excursion

  • If you have time, you can hike in Flinders Chase National Park, a national park that is home to a variety of landscapes including beaches, rainforests and cliffs.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Penneshaw

Cleland Wildlife park with the summit of Mount Lofty

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Spend an unforgettable day at Cleland Wildlife Park, located in the Adelaide Hills. Admire the panoramic views from the summit of Mount Lofty, encounter koalas and other native animals, and explore the self-guided nature trails.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover the flora and fauna of South Australia. You’ll have the opportunity to see animals you may never see elsewhere, and learn about their natural habitat.

Strong pointsCleland Wildlife park
Panoramic view from Mount LoftyAdmire spectacular views of Adelaide and St Vincent’s Gulf from the summit of Mount Lofty, the highest point in the Adelaide Hills, at an altitude of approximately 710 metres.
Meeting the koalasMeet, touch and photograph koalas, Australia’s iconic inhabitants, at Cleland Wildlife Park. Enjoy an immersive experience with these adorable creatures and learn more about their way of life from park rangers.
Self-guided trail explorationExplore Cleland Wildlife Park’s 35 hectares of natural bushland following self-guided nature trails. Discover more than 130 species of native animals living in a natural environment with few enclosures, providing a unique experience.
Feeding and interacting with wildlifeGet up close to Australian wildlife by hand feeding them. From kangaroos, wallabies, potoros to emus and waterfowl, enjoy an interactive experience by actively participating in feeding animals in their natural habitat.

Kangaroo Island – 75 Minute coastal safari

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Cruise along the coast of Kangaroo Island and spot dolphins, seals, eagles and other marine animals. Learn more about the region’s flora and fauna from your skipper’s commentary.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover the flora and fauna of Kangaroo Island. You will have the opportunity to observe animals that you may never see elsewhere, and learn more about their natural habitat.

Strong pointsKangaroo Island
Dolphin and seal watchingWatch dolphins and seals play in the waters off Kangaroo Island. Enjoy captivating moments observing these sea creatures in their natural habitat.
Informative comments from the skipperListen to informative commentary from your skipper throughout the cruise. Learn about local marine life, the Kangaroo Island ecosystem and the unique features of the Australian coast.
Experience suitable for all agesEnjoy an unmissable experience suitable for all ages. This cruise offers an exciting and educational opportunity for the whole family, with moments of joy and wonder.
Sea eagle and bird watchingWatch sea eagles and other seabirds soar above the waves. Enjoy the diversity of bird life as you cruise along the coast, adding an extra dimension to your experience.
Cruise along the ancient coastCruise along Australia’s ancient shores of Kangaroo Island and marvel at their splendor. Discover the area’s picturesque coastal landscapes, rock formations, and natural history.

Off – 76 and 77th day


Albany

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 78 excursion 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 78th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Albany, a historic city located in Western Australia. Albany is known for its port, military heritage and coastal landscapes.

Here are three must-do activities in Albany

  • Visit Torndirrup National Park
  • Enjoy the many beaches including Middleton Beach
  • A visit to Torndirrup Lighthouse, a lighthouse built in 1858 which offers stunning views of Albany Bay. 
  • A visit to the Museum of the Great Southern in Albany

Here are some additional suggestions for your excursion to Albany

  • If you have time, you can visit the Anzac Peace Park

Off – 79th day


Busselton

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 80 excursion from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 80th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Busselton, a coastal town located in Western Australia. Busselton is known for its wooden pier, white sand beach and wines.

Here are three must-do activities in Busselton

  • A visit to Busselton Pier, the longest wooden pier in the southern hemisphere. 
  • A visit to Busselton Beach, a 7 kilometer long white sand beach. 
  • A visit to a wine cellar in the region, which produces world-renowned wines. 
The best things to do

The best things to do in Busselton

Margaret river wine adventure

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Explore the Margaret River wine region, 50 km from Busselton. Visit three wineries and a microbrewery.

What are the highlights of this adventure?

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Discovery of the Margaret River wine regionIndulge in incredible wines, food and craft beers produced in the world-famous Margaret River wine region. Meet locals and explore behind-the-scenes vineyards and microbreweries.
Exclusive wine blending experienceImmerse yourself in the world of winemaking with an exclusive wine blending experience. Learn the ins and outs of this crucial step in the process and create your own unique blend of wine.
Meeting with locals and behind the scenes of the vineyardsMeet the locals of the wine region and get a behind-the-scenes look at the vineyards and micro-breweries. Enjoy the renowned hospitality of the Wine for Dudes team, adding an authentic local touch to your experience.
Gourmet lunch and tastingsEnjoy a delicious lunch at one of the area’s most renowned restaurants, accompanied by fabulous dishes, matching drinks and stunning views. Explore the delights of local chocolate during a visit to a local chocolate producer.
Visit to a local micro-breweryEnd the day with a visit to a local micro-brewery, where you can taste a variety of delicious beers at your own expense. Relax with your new friends and enjoy the fellowship after a day of wine exploring.
Return to accommodation with souvenirsAt the end of the tour, enjoy a return to your accommodation with great memories of this enriching experience in the Margaret River wine region, with the hope of having acquired some delicious wines to taste at your leisure.

Fremantle–Perth

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 81 and 82 – Stopover from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

On the 81st day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Fremantle, a port city located near Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Fremantle is known for its historical heritage, vibrant nightlife and proximity to nature.

On the 82nd day of your cruise, you could discover Perth, a modern and dynamic city (21 km from Perth) which is home to numerous museums, art galleries and parks.

Here are two must-do activities in Fremantle

  • A tour of Fremantle Prison, a historic prison. Open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. which houses a museum.
  • A tour of Fremantle Market, a food market that offers a variety of fresh produce, artisan goods and souvenirs. 
  • You can also take a tour of the Margaret River, a wine region located near Perth.

Here are two must-do activities in Perth

  • A visit to Perth’s Kings Park and Botanic Garden, a botanical park that is home to a variety of native and exotic plants. 
  • A visit to the WA Shipwrecks Museum
  • The Pinnacles Desert, a 3-hour drive from Fremantle, is a unique lunar landscape formed by limestone formations.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Fremantle

Rottnest island ferry and entrance ticket

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Discover Rottnest Island, a paradise island located 20 kilometers off the coast of Fremantle, in Western Australia. Tour the island by ferry, meet the smiling quokkas, a species endemic to the island, and enjoy a wide range of activities including cycling, snorkeling and guided tours.

Why book this activity?

This activity is the perfect way to discover Rottnest Island, a must-see destination in Western Australia. You will have the opportunity to meet the smiling quokkas, a species endemic to the island, and enjoy a wide range of activities.

What are the highlights for Rottnest Island?

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Exploring the paradise island RottnestEmbark from Fremantle on an excursion to Rottnest Island with return ferry tickets. Discover an island paradise, famous for its pristine beaches, abundant marine life and above all, the presence of adorable smiling quokkas.
Flexible choice of departure and return timesChoose from multiple departure and return times to suit your schedule, providing optimal flexibility to maximize your time on the island and fully enjoy its wonders.
Cross quickly with the “Quokka 1” ferryBoard the ‘Quokka 1’ ferry, the newest, eco-friendly vessel serving Rottnest Island. Enjoy a quick 35-minute crossing in air-conditioned comfort, with the ability to stay connected with free Wi-Fi.
Drink, light snack and tea/coffee on boardStart your island adventure with a drink, light snack, and tea or coffee from the well-stocked bar onboard the ferry. (Food and drinks not included in ferry price.)
Wide range of activities on the islandUpon arrival on the island, enjoy a wide range of activities such as cycling, snorkeling and guided tours (own expense). Explore the beaches, discover the local wildlife and enjoy a memorable day in this unspoiled natural setting.
Dining optionsBuy food from local restaurants or general stores, or bring your own packed lunch to enjoy in a peaceful setting. Treat yourself to a varied culinary experience while enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the island.

Pinnacles desert tour with sunset and stargazing

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Explore the fascinating magic of the Pinnacles Desert on a comprehensive, immersive excursion. Head to the Turquoise Coast in the west, passing through captivating stops.

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Stargazing Tour in the Pinnacles DesertImmerse yourself in the magic of the Pinnacles Desert night sky on an exciting stargazing excursion.
Observation of native animalsMeet native animals such as emus and kangaroos in their natural habitat on this immersive adventure.
Sunset with a glass of Margaret River wineEnjoy a glass of Margaret River wine as you watch the magnificent sunset over the Indian Ocean.
Hear stories of the Aboriginal Dreamtime while looking up at the night skyImmerse yourself in the stories of the Aboriginal Dreamtime while observing the night sky and its mysteries.
Observation of planets and moons using a powerful telescopeDiscover the wonders of the cosmos by observing the rings of Saturn or the moons of Jupiter with a computerized telescope.

Perth – Ferry and full-day bike ride to Rottnest island

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Explore Rottnest Island at your own pace with all-day bike rental and enjoy a full day of adventure. Meet the adorable quokkas, emblems of the island, and capture unforgettable memories with these smiling creatures.

Round-trip ferry transfer from Hillarys Boat Harbor ensures a convenient arrival on the island. Discover picturesque bays, stunning beaches and iconic sites as you cycle through the varied landscapes.

Add a snorkel and mask package for an immersive marine life experience. End your day with a carefree getaway, returning on the 4:30 p.m. ferry for a return to Hillarys Boat Harbor at 5:15 p.m. Enjoy this outdoor adventure on Rottnest Island, perfect for lovers of nature and unique wildlife encounters.

Strong pointsFerry and bike ride in Perth
Bike rental all dayExplore Rottnest Island at your own pace with a full-day bike rental.
Meet the smiling quokkasMeet the famous smiling quokkas and capture unforgettable memories with these adorable creatures.
Round-trip ferry transfer from Hillarys Boat HarborEnjoy a convenient ferry transfer between Hillarys Boat Harbor and Rottnest Island for a hassle-free day.
Explore picturesque bays and beaches by bikeCycle through the island’s varied landscapes, discover picturesque bays and stunning beaches at your own pace.

Swimming with wild dolphins in Perth

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Join a memorable adventure swimming with wild dolphins off the coast of Rockingham, just 45 minutes south of Perth. Climb aboard a luxurious boat specially designed for easy access to the water.

Explore the bays and islands of Rockingham in search of the more than 200 local dolphins. The friendly crew will give you introductory snorkeling lessons before you find yourself surrounded by graceful dolphins, creating an experience filled with laughter and unforgettable memories.

After this exhilarating adventure, enjoy gourmet platters including fresh local seafood on board the boat. Receive free photos of your visit uploaded to Flickr, capturing this special day.

Whether you choose to dive with the dolphins or stay on board as a spectator, this excursion offers an exceptional experience, combining the natural beauty of Rockingham with an intimate encounter with local marine life.

Strong pointsSwimming with wild dolphins in Perth
Swim with wild dolphinsImmerse yourself in an unforgettable adventure swimming with dolphins in Rockingham’s coastal bays and islands.
Friendly and informative crewEnjoy the help of a friendly crew who offer introductory snorkeling lessons and keep you safe.
Free photos uploaded to FlickrReceive memorable memories of your experience with free photos uploaded to Flickr.
Gourmet local seafood platters includedEnjoy gourmet platters with fresh local seafood aboard the luxurious boat after your adventure.

Off – 83 and 84th day


Broome

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 85 stopover from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 85th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Broome, a coastal town located in Western Australia. Broome is known for its white sand beach, pearls and spectacular sunsets.

Here are three must-do activities in Broome

  • A visit to Cable Beach, a 22 kilometer long white sand beach. 
  • A visit to a pearl farm, where you will learn how pearls are grown and harvested. 
  • A boat trip to admire the sunset on Cable Beach. 

Here are some additional suggestions for your trip to Broome

  • If you have time, you can take a helicopter tour to see Broome and the surrounding area from above.
  • You can also take a tour of the Dampier Peninsula, a wilderness area near Broome.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a stroll through the Chinatown area, which has many shops and restaurants.
The best things to do

The best things to do in Broome

Helicopter flight and Willie creek pearl farm tour

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This tour from Broome offers a complete experience combining helicopter adventure, discovery of Willie Creek Pearl Farm and morning tea tasting.

→ Please note, this activity is intended for cruises that dock before 9:30 a.m.!

Strong pointsHelicopter Flight and Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour
Helicopter flight to Cable BeachEnjoy a spectacular helicopter flight from Broome to Cable Beach.
Informative tour of Willie Creek FarmTake an informative tour of the Willie Creek Pearl Farm to learn about the pearl creation process and what makes the perfect pearl. Explore the award-winning land and sea farm to gain a unique insight into modern pearl culture.
Morning Tea Tasting and Farm ExplorationEnjoy a morning tea tasting during your visit to Willie Creek Farm.
Return by helicopter with panoramic viewsEnd your day in style with a return helicopter trip to Broome. Admire the beautiful scenery, including the white sands of Cable Beach, the red cliffs of Gantheaume Point, Broome Pier and the azure waters of Roebuck Bay.

Off – 86th day


INDONESIA


Benoa (Bali)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 87 and 88 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 87th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Benoa, a port located on the island of Bali, Indonesia. Bali is known for its white sandy beaches, Hindu temples and unique culture.

On the 88th day of your cruise, you will leave Benoa at 6 p.m.

Here are two must-do activities in Benoa

  • A boat trip to observe dolphins, which are numerous in the region. 
  • A visit to a Hindu temple, such as the Tanah Lot temple or the Uluwatu temple. 

Here are two must-do activities in Bali

  • A visit to a local market, where you can discover Balinese cuisine and culture. 
  • A visit to a rice plantation, to discover how rice is grown and harvested. 
The best things to do

The best things to do in Bali – Benoa

Kecak fire and dance show in Uluwatu

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The Kecak Fire and Dance Show in Uluwatu is an unforgettable cultural experience that will allow you to discover the richness of Balinese Hinduism.

The show takes place at sunset, on the Uluwatu Cliff, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The dancers, dressed in traditional costumes, perform a breathtaking spectacle of dancing and singing, accompanied by swirling flames.

Kecak is a traditional Balinese dance that tells the story of the Ramayana, a Hindu epic. The show is divided into two parts. In the first part, the dancers sing and recite the story of the Ramayana. In the second part, the dancers perform rhythmic movements and symbolic gestures.

What are the highlights of the fire show?

Strong pointsUluwatu Kecak and Fire Dance Show
Sunset on the Uluwatu coastAdmire the changing colors of the sunset over the beautiful Uluwatu Coast, providing a spectacular backdrop for your cultural experience.
Kecak Fire and Dance Show in UluwatuImmerse yourself in the rich Balinese culture with a captivating Kecak dance performance. Watch native Balinese dancers perform a breathtaking performance of the Hindu epic Ramayana, complete with swirling flames and vibrantly colored costumes.
Journey through Balinese HinduismEmbark on a journey through Balinese Hinduism by attending this iconic spectacle. Kecak, a rhythmic dance and song, recounts the battle from the Hindu epic Ramayana, a story in which Rama fights the demonic king Ravana with the help of the monkey god Hanuman.
Uluwatu Temple BackdropEnjoy a unique cultural experience with Uluwatu Temple as a backdrop. The show is staged within the grounds of this iconic temple, adding a spiritual dimension to your experience.
Guaranteed reserved entry to the showDon’t miss this unique opportunity and secure stunning views with guaranteed reserved entry to the show. Take full advantage of every moment of this cultural spectacle by securing a privileged place.

Mount Batur sunrise hike with breakfast

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Mount Batur is an active volcano located in the east of the island of Bali. It is one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia, but it is also one of the most popular with tourists.

This day trip allows you to admire the sunrise from the top of Mount Batur, an unforgettable experience. You will start your hike early in the morning, before dawn, and you will climb the volcano for approximately two hours.

What are the highlights of this excursion?

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Sunrise from Mount BaturWatch the sunrise from the summit of Mount Batur, above the clouds, offering a spectacular experience with panoramic views of Bali, the ocean, and the volcanic landscapes of the neighboring island of Lombok.
Guided hike with a local guideExplore Bali’s natural landscapes with an experienced local guide on a hiking tour. Enjoy an exceptional trail in the jungle, less frequented by hikers, for a more authentic experience.
Breakfast at the top of Mount BaturEnjoy a delicious breakfast at the top of the volcano after a 2-hour hike. Enjoy well-deserved views of the surrounding natural landscapes, the ocean on the horizon and Lake Batur, a huge volcanic crater lake.
Exclusive access to the Mont Batur lounge showersEnjoy exclusive access to the showers at Mt. Batur Lounge, the only villa-style lounge in the area. Refresh yourself in modern and comfortable facilities before and after the hike, ensuring a more comfortable experience.
Visit to a coffee plantation and tastingExplore a coffee plantation and taste the famous Luwak coffee. Learn about the local coffee production process and enjoy a cup of Luwak coffee, one of the most popular coffee varieties in the world.

Bali Zoo – Elephant care and mud bath

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This immersion day will allow you to discover Sumatran elephants in a unique and educational way. You will have the opportunity to spend time with these magnificent animals, feeding them, playing with them and observing them in their natural habitat.

Here’s a preview of what you’ll experience

  • Meet your English-speaking mahout and learn more about Sumatran elephants.
  • Feed the elephants a selection of fresh fruits.
  • Play with the elephants in the mud and sand.
  • Watch elephants bathing in the Wos River.
  • Have lunch at the Bali Zoo.

What are the highlights of Bali Zoo?

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Interaction with Sumatran elephantsSpend a day learning about and observing rescued Sumatran elephants.
Experienced mahoutAccompany the elephants with experienced mahouts who will share interesting facts about elephant behavior and lifestyle.
Snack and briefing at Bali ZooMeet an English-speaking mahout who will tell you about the elephants and provide information on their behavior and how to care for them.
Mud play with elephantsTake part in some mud and sand play with the elephants.
Lunch included and zoo explorationEnjoy an included lunch after the elephant interaction. Then freely explore the Bali Zoo, which is home to more than 300 rare and exotic animals.
Option: Breakfast with an orangutanOptionally, enhance your experience by having breakfast with the orangutans on their playground.

Off – 89 and 90th day


MALAYSIA


Singapore

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 91 stopover from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 91st day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Singapore, a modern and dynamic city located in the south of Malaysia. Singapore is known for its futuristic architecture, mix of cultures and diverse gastronomy.

Here are three must-do activities in Singapore

  • A visit to the Marina Bay Sands, a futuristic district that is home to numerous skyscrapers, museums and gardens. 
  • A tour of Chinatown, a historic district that is home to many temples, restaurants and shops. 
  • A visit to Gardens by the Bay, a botanical park that houses giant gardens, sculptures and greenhouses.

Here are some additional suggestions for your Singapore excursion

  • Visit Sentosa Island, an artificial island home to many theme parks, beaches and casinos.
  • You can also take a tour of the Singapore Zoo, which is home to a wide variety of animals from around the world.
  • If you like shopping, you can take a walk in the Orchard Road area.

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The best things to do in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands observation deck

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The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck is one of Singapore’s most popular tourist attractions. It offers stunning views of the city, Marina Bay and the surrounding area.

With this skip-the-line entry ticket you will save valuable time and be able to enjoy your visit without having to wait in queues. You can also take panoramic photos of the city and the vertical gardens of the Supertree Grove.

What are the highlights of Marina Bay Sands?

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Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation DeckTake in breathtaking views from the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark observation deck, located on the 57th floor. Enjoy stunning views from one of Singapore’s most iconic buildings.
Supertree Grove and tree sculpturesAdmire the stunning tree sculptures at Supertree Grove. Explore the vertical gardens where 162,900 tropical plants cover the tree structures of the natural park.
Digital photos and animated videos includedRemember your visit with the 5 digital photos and 2 animated videos included in your experience. Capture memorable moments from this exceptional observation platform and share them with your loved ones.
Elevated view of Marina Bay and the skylineEnjoy elevated views of Marina Bay and admire the world-class skyline from above. Observe the details of the city from 200 meters above street level and discover the Malay Peninsula and its blue waters during the day. A unique experience to see the spectacular lights of the city after dark.
Ticket without queue and valid for up to 6 months after issueSave valuable time with a skip-the-line admission ticket to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. Take advantage of the flexibility offered by an open-ended ticket, which can be exchanged up to 6 months after the date of issue. Plan your visit around your schedule and enjoy a wait-free experience accessing this must-see attraction.

Singapore river cruise

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The Singapore River Cruise is a great opportunity to see the city’s main sights in a relaxing and informative way. You’ll be able to admire Singapore’s impressive blend of heritage and modern architecture, while learning more about the city’s history.

What are the highlights of the cruise?

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Singapore River CruiseExperience life on the Singapore River on a day or evening cruise aboard a traditional cargo boat.
Singapore’s Iconic AttractionsBoard the boat and admire Singapore’s iconic attractions during the cruise. Pass the famous Merlion statue at Marina Bay and see the Stamford Raffles landing site at the historic Boat Quay.
Blend of heritage and modern architectureExplore Singapore’s impressive blend of heritage and modern architecture during the cruise.
Departure to historic Stamford RafflesStart the Singapore cruise where Sir Stamford Raffles first set foot in Singapore, along the northern banks of the river. Relive history by visiting historic sites such as the Merlion and the Esplanade. Learn more about the major role the river played in the development of Singapore.

Singapore Hop-on hop-off bus tour

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The Big Bus Sightseeing Tour is a great opportunity to see the main sights of Singapore at your own pace. You can admire the city from a unique perspective, from the terrace of an open-top double-decker bus.

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Up and down Big Bus sightseeing tourExplore Singapore at your own pace aboard an open-top double-decker bus with two sightseeing routes.
Informative commentary in 7 languagesListen to an informative and entertaining commentary available in 7 languages ​​throughout your bus journey.
Main sights on the red and yellow routesDiscover the main sights of Singapore, including Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, Art Science Museum, Merlion Statue, St. Andrew’s Cathedral, National Gallery of Singapore, Little India, Kampong Glam, Chinatown, And much more.
Ticket options to personalize your experienceChoose from different ticket options to personalize your experience.

Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 92 stopover from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You will arrive at Port Klang, a port located 40 km from Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Port Klang is known for its maritime industry, while Kuala Lumpur is a modern and vibrant city that is home to many skyscrapers, museums and temples.

Here are two must-do activities in Port Klang

Here are two must-do activities in Kuala Lumpur

  • Discover the Batu Caves, the Batik Factory, a Hindu temple and enjoy fantastic views of the city.
  • A tour of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown.

How to get from Port Klang to Kuala Lumpur?

  • By taxi. This is my favorite option (comfortable and quick), but more expensive than the options below. The fare is around RM100 (around 25 euros).
  • By bus (in 54 mins)
  • By train (in 1h20)
  • By car
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The best things to do in Kuala Lumpur

Batu caves

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Travel to the heart of Malaysia on this full-day tour. Learn about the history and culture of this diverse country by visiting a tin factory, a batik factory and the Batu Caves. End your day with a visit to a traditional Malay village.

Strong pointsBatu Caves
Visit to the Royal Selangor Tin FactoryExplore the largest and most modern tin factory in the world, renowned for its craftsmanship and superior quality. Learn the different manufacturing processes such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving.
Discovery of batik manufacturingVisit the Batik Factory to learn about the process of designing and printing batik, a fabric dyeing technique. Learn how batik is created and printed, delving into Malaysia’s artistic traditions.
Exploring the Batu CavesExplore the Batu Caves, comprising three caverns and many smaller caves. Climb the 272 steps to reach a temple with breathtaking views of the city. Admire the colorful sculptures and follow the Hindu scriptures adorning the walls.
Visit to Malay villageImmerse yourself in the local culture by visiting Malay Village. Discover the history, traditions and customs of Malaysia as you explore this picturesque village.
Discovery of local villagesEscape the hustle and bustle of the city and explore the stunning countryside, passing through local villages. Immerse yourself in the daily life of the locals and discover the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

Penang

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 93 stopover from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

On the 93rd day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Penang, an island located in the north of Malaysia. Penang is known for its multi-ethnic culture, diverse gastronomy and natural landscapes.

Here are three must-do activities in Penang

  • A visit to George Town, the capital of the island, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
  • A visit to a tea plantation, to discover the tea-making process. 
  • Discover the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia, the Kek Lok Si temple.
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The best things to do in Penang

Penang tour with Kek Lok Si temple

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Discover the history and culture of this multicultural island by visiting temples, guesthouses and local markets.

Your day will begin with a visit to Wat Chayamangkalaram, a Chinese Buddhist temple built in the 19th century. You will learn about the Chinese history and culture of Penang and admire the magnificent sculptures and statues of the temple.

Next, you will visit the Burmese Dhammikarama Temple, another important site of Penang’s cultural diversity. You will learn about Burmese history and culture and admire the unique architecture of the temple.

After lunch, you will stroll through the streets of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage city. You will see historic buildings, souvenir shops and local markets.

Your day will end with a visit to Kek Lok Si Temple, the largest temple in Penang. You can admire the magnificent Ten Thousand Buddhas Pagoda and the statue of Guan Yin, the goddess of mercy.

This tour is perfect for people who want to experience the rich culture of Penang.

What are the highlights of this tour?

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Visiting Georgetown Iconic SitesExplore the streets of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit iconic places such as Wat Chayamangkalaram and Dhammikarama Burmese Temple.
Discovery of the Kek Lok Si templeVisit Kek Lok Si Temple, one of the most majestic temples in Southeast Asia. Admire the “Ten Thousand Buddhas Pagoda” which integrates three cultures into one structure, with Chinese, Thai and Burmese influences.
Bronze statue of Guan YinSee the 100-foot bronze statue of Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, erected in 2002 on the highest point of Kek Lok Si Temple. Access the statue via an inclined elevator in the middle.
Penang white coffee/tea tastingEnjoy a stop to sample Penang’s famous white coffee/tea for free at the Coffee Tree.

THAILAND


Phuket

Round the world cruise ports of call – Phuket, a paradise island

Round the world cruise ports of call Visit Phuket - Thailand Guide Travel


On the 94th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Phuket, an island located in southern Thailand. Phuket is known for its white sand beaches, turquoise waters and vibrant nightlife. It is important to note that you will disembark in a rowboat, the boat remains at anchor!

Here are two must-do activities in Phuket

  • A visit to Patong Beach, the most popular beach on the island. 
  • A boat trip on Phang Nga Bay, a bay famous for its limestone rock formations. 
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The best things to do in Phuket

Morning tour of the Big Buddha, Wat Chalong and the city

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The island of Phuket is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand. It offers a unique combination of heavenly beaches, ancient Buddhist temples and vibrant local culture.

This half-day tour will allow you to discover the main highlights of Phuket in a limited time. You will visit the Big Buddha, Wat Chalong, Phuket Town and a cashew plantation.

Strong pointsBig Buddha – Wat Chalong
Iconic Big Buddha StatueAdmire the 360° panoramic views of the island from the iconic Big Buddha statue, one of Phuket’s most revered landmarks, offering a spiritual experience and breathtaking views.
Visit Wat ChalongExplore Phuket’s most famous and largest temple, Wat Chalong, where locals and tourists pay respects to revered monks. Discover the art, architecture and peaceful atmosphere of the temple.
Sino-Portuguese architecture of Phuket Old TownImmerse yourself in history as you explore the incredible Chinese-Portuguese colonial architecture of Phuket Old Town, with its art galleries, cafes and restaurants, creating a charming and lively atmosphere.
Short stop at a cashew plantationMake a short stop at a local cashew plantation to experience farm life and taste these delicious nuts. An immersive experience adding a local touch to your excursion.
Discovery of Phuket Town and local flavorsExplore Phuket Town by stopping at a local food stall, tasting the region’s popular flavors, and discovering the old town with its unique blend of history, culture, and excitement.

Off – 95 and 96th day


SRI LANKA


Colombo

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 97 excursion 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

On the 97th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. Colombo is a cosmopolitan city that is home to a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural population.

Here are three must-do activities in Colombo

  • Immerse yourself in Sri Lankan spirituality by exploring the Gangaramaya temple, one of the most important in Colombo.
  • A visit to the National Museum of Sri Lanka, which traces the history and culture of the country. 
  • A visit to the Pettah market

Here are some additional suggestions for your stay in Colombo

  • Enjoy a peaceful ambiance while strolling along Beira Lake.
  • You can also take a walk at Galle Face Green Park.
  • Water park at LeisureWorld
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The best things to do in Colombo

Guided tour of Colombo not to be missed!

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Explore Sri Lanka’s capital in an authentic and vibrant way with this full-day tuk tuk tour, allowing you to discover the city’s hidden gems, iconic sites and culinary delights.

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City tour by tuk tukExplore Colombo in local style by colorful tuk tuk, providing an authentic and scenic experience to see the city.
Independence Square and history of Sri LankaVisit Independence Square, learn about Sri Lanka’s history and see one of the island’s oldest colonial buildings, delving into the city’s past and transformation.
Delicious local snacks and visit to the largest parkEnjoy vegetable hoppers and roti, popular local snacks, and explore Colombo’s largest park, offering a peaceful getaway with lush green lawns, ancient trees and a replica of the White House.
Visit to Buddhist temples and marketExplore the oldest lakeside Buddhist temples, see a collection of Buddha statues, and immerse yourself in local life with a bustling market tour, offering everything from vegetables to electronics.
Discovery of the pomegranate-shaped mosqueVisit a unique pomegranate-shaped mosque, explore a minimalist Hindu temple, and discover unique gems such as the prison cell of Sri Lanka’s last king and the breathtaking view from the lighthouse.
Relaxing by the ocean in Galle FaceEnd your day by relaxing by the ocean at Galle Face, enjoying a cold drink, a delicious prawn cake and admiring the beautiful sunset over the western coast of Sri Lanka.

Off – 98 and 104th day


JORDAN


Aqaba (Petra)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 105 stopover from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Aqaba, a port city located on the Red Sea. Aqaba is a popular destination for diving and snorkeling, but it is also home to important historical sites, including Petra.

Must-do activities in Aqaba if you want to stay in the city:

  • A boat trip on the Red Sea, to admire the coral reefs and marine fauna.
  • Visit Aqaba Fort. This historic fort was built by the Romans in the 1st century AD and has been used by various civilizations over the centuries. It offers stunning views of the city and the Red Sea.
  • Stroll through the Aqaba souk (it’s definitely a must do). This bustling souk is a great place to buy souvenirs, spices and local produce.

Here are some must-do activities in Petra, if you go there (located 100 km from Aqaba).

  • A tour of Petra, an ancient city that was carved from sandstone by the Nabataeans. 
  • You can also take a tour of Mesha Palace, an archaeological site located near Petra.
  • Explore one of the wonders of the ancient world by venturing into the Pink City of Petra. Admire the incredible rock-carved architecture, including the famous Al-Khazneh Treasury.

How far is it from Aqaba to Wadi rum?

The distance between Wadi Rum and Aqaba is approximately 60 kilometers. The shortest road between the two cities is Route 15, which crosses the Wadi Rum desert. Driving from Wadi Rum to Aqaba takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. There is also a regular bus service that connects Wadi Rum to Aqaba. The bus journey takes approximately 2 hours.

  • For information, the distance between Wadi Rum and Petra is approximately 100 kilometers.

EGYPT


Sharm el-Sheikh

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 106 stopover from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On the 106th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Sharm el-Sheikh, a resort town on the Red Sea. Sharm el-Sheikh is a popular destination for diving, snorkeling and sunbathing.

Here are some must-do activities in Sharm el-Sheikh

  • The Sharm El Sheikh souk is a great place to buy souvenirs, spices and local products.
  • A visit to Naama Bay in Sharm el-Sheikh
  • Enjoy the beaches. Sharm El Sheikh is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

How far is Sharm el Sheikh from Ras Mohammed?

The distance between Ras Mohammed and Sharm el-Sheikh is approximately 25/30 km. The most direct route is Route 1, which crosses the Sinai Desert. Driving from Ras Mohammed to Sharm el-Sheikh takes around 30 mins if you go by taxi. Buses also depart regularly from Sharm el-Sheikh.

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The best things to do in Sharm el-Sheikh

Guided tour of Sharm el-Sheikh – Naama bay and shopping at the old market

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This tour is a great way to discover the main attractions of Sharm El Sheikh. You will have the opportunity to see the city’s largest mosque, stroll the promenade and shop at the old market. You will also have a panoramic view of the city from the highest point in the area.

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– Walk in Namaa Bay– Admire the city’s largest mosque
– Visit to the largest mosque– Capture memorable photos of architecture
– Walk on the famous promenade and to the Old Market– Explore local shops and the Old Market
– Panoramic view from the highest point– Enjoy a spectacular view of the city
– Exploration of the atmosphere of Namaa Bay– Discover local history and vibrant Namaa Bay

Safaga

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 107 stopover from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Safaga, a resort town on the Red Sea, is known for diving, snorkeling and sunbathing. However, to fully enjoy it, it is often recommended to take part in excursions, as there are few independent activities to do there.

Here are three must-do activities in Safaga

  • The Safaga souk is a great place to shop for souvenirs and soak up the local culture.
  • A quad excursion in the desert, for a unique experience.
  • Safaga thermal springs. Enjoy the therapeutic benefits of Safaga thermal springs. Waters rich in sulfur are renowned for their healing properties.
  • The city of Hurghada (3rd city in Egypt)

How far is Safaga from Hurghada?

The distance between Safaga and Hurghada is approximately 66 kilometers.

  • Driving from Safaga to Hurghada takes approximately 1 hour.
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The best things to do in Hurghada

From Safaga – Quad safari, camel and visit to the bedouin village

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Go on a quad adventure from Hurghada or pick-up available from Safaga. Explore the intoxicating dunes of the Red Sea desert, take spectacular photos in the heart of the mountains, and enjoy an authentic experience by visiting a traditional Bedouin village. Enjoy a camel ride and relax with Bedouin tea before returning through the dunes, all in one exciting day.

ActivitiesQuad safari
– Quad excursion in the desert dunes– Capture unforgettable moments in the heart of the Red Sea Mountains
– Visit to a traditional Bedouin village and camel ride– Opportunity to drink traditional Bedouin herbal tea and take a camel ride
– Exploration of the Egyptian Sahara desert– Discover the beautiful desert, relax and admire the sunset between the mountains
– Transfer from your hotel to the quad station and initiation– Immersive experience with a camel ride and an authentic visit to a traditional Bedouin village
– Return through the dunes with a view of the sunset– Adrenaline guaranteed with a quad excursion in the Egyptian desert

Suez Canal (transit)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Days 108 and 109

On the 108th day of your world cruise, you will arrive at the Suez Canal, an artificial waterway that connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea. The Suez Canal is an important route for global trade and a symbol of Egypt’s power.

On the 109th day of your cruise, you will leave the Suez Canal at 3:30 p.m.

Here are some activities you can do while transiting the Suez Canal

→ Visiting the Suez Canal. You could join an organized excursion to visit the canal itself.

→ Visit the surrounding cities. The cities closest to the Suez Canal are Port Said on the Mediterranean side and Suez on the Mediterranean side. the Red Sea. You could explore these towns, visit local markets, experience the local culture and taste regional cuisine.

→ Historical and cultural sites. The Suez Canal region also has historical and cultural sites. You might consider visiting these places to learn more about the history of the area.

Some additional tips:

  • Bring sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for walking.
  • Don’t forget to bring water and snacks.

Alexandria

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 110 stopover from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Day 110 of your world cruise marks your arrival in Alexandria, a seaside city on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast. When you disembark at the port, know that the city center can be reached on foot in less than 20 minutes. If you prefer, several transportation options are also available, including taxis. However, getting around on foot is a quick and convenient option for exploring the city.

Here are several activities to do during the cruise stopover in Alexandria

  • A visit to theLibrary of Alexandria, an ancient library that was one of the largest libraries in the world.
  • A visit to the Qaitbay Citadel, a citadel built in the 13th century by Sultan Qaitbay.

Here are some additional suggestions for your cruise stopover in Alexandria

  • Visit the National Museum of Alexandria, which houses a collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts.
  • You can also take an excursion to the town of Aboukir, located near Alexandria (22 km).
  • Excursion to Montazah Beach, a popular beach located near Alexandria.

How far is it from Cairo to Alexandria?

The distance between Cairo and Alexandria is 180 km.

How far is it from Aboukir to Alexandria?

The distance between Aboukir and Alexandria is approximately 22 kilometers.

The best things to do

The best things to do in Alexandria

Guided tour of Alexandria and historical sites

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Alexandria is my favorite and the length of the stopover is ideal for immersing yourself in the very essence of this ancient city and discovering its hidden gems.

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Roman amphitheater of Kom El-DekaStep back in time as you explore the Roman amphitheater of Kom El-Deka, a historic site that once welcomed more than 800 visitors. Admire the remains of this marble structure and learn about its captivating history.
Catacombs of Kom El ShoqafaExplore the catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, a fascinating site containing hundreds of tombs. Discover ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman architectural excellence, showcased in these underground passages which were one of the Seven Medieval Wonders.
Pompey’s Pillar – Corinthian ColumnGaze upon Emperor Diocletian’s triumphant Roman Corinthian Column at Pompey’s Pillar. Soak up the history of this remarkable column and admire its impressive architecture.
Qaitbay CitadelExplore the 15th-century defensive fortress in the coastal citadel of Qaitbay. Immerse yourself in the history of this strategic structure and enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean coast from this well-preserved fortress.
Library of Alexandria (exterior photo)Take an outdoor photo break at the Library of Alexandria, one of the most important and renowned archives of the ancient world. Admire the architecture and historical significance of this ancient place of knowledge.
Tour option with lunchChoose the lunch option for a gourmet break at a local restaurant, adding a delicious touch to your day of exploring. Savor local dishes and enjoy a relaxing time during your visit to Alexandria.

Round the world cruise ports of call – Off – 111 and 112th day – Return to Europe

For the following stopovers if you want to know what to do during your stopovers → Cruise stopovers in the Mediterranean


ITALY


Messina (Taormina)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 113 excursion 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call Messina


On the 113th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Messina, a city located on the east coast of Italy. Messina is an important port city and cultural center.

You will take an excursion to Taormina, a town located near Messina. Taormina is a popular tourist town, known for its Mediterranean climate, beaches and architecture.

Here are two essential activities

  • A visit to Taormina, to discover the city and its history.
  • A visit to the Ancient Theater of Taormina, an ancient theater built in the 3rd century BC. AD
  • A visit in the footsteps of the godfather (one of the most popular activities for cruise passengers)

Cruise stopovers in Messina – In the footsteps of the godfather

The most popular activity in Naples!

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Discover the treasures of Sicily in the footsteps of the Godfather in the company of an informative English-speaking guide. Benefit from pickup from your hotel or port at a time convenient to you, and begin your excursion to Savoca, a medieval hilltop village where Michael Corleone’s character hid during the scene. ‘ “go to the mattresses”.

→ The weak point of this activity is its high price.

Strong pointsIn the footsteps of the godfather
Godfather VillagesVisit the charming villages where The Godfather was filmed, immersing yourself in the cinematic atmosphere of this classic.
Sicilian authenticitySoak up the ambiance of authentic Sicily, unchanged for centuries, as you explore unspoiled sites.
Filming anecdotesLearn all about the making of the film and listen to interesting anecdotes shared by your passionate guide.
History of the Sicilian MafiaDiscover the fascinating history of the real Sicilian Mafia, its rise to power, its structure, and the “law of silence”.
Tasting of local productsRelax after your tour with a wine and local produce tasting, savoring the delicacies of the region.
Guided toursExplore iconic sites such as the Savoca Cathedral, the Church of Santa Lucia, the Duomo Square, and the Priamar Fortress.
Listen to anecdotes from the filmHear filming anecdotes, details about the making of The Godfather and interesting facts about the actors.
Mirror monument dedicated to CoppolaAdmire the mirror monument dedicated to Coppola, offering panoramic views of the Ionian coast, the site of Michael Corleone’s wedding scene.
Discovery of Forza d’AgròExplore the picturesque village of Forza d’Agrò, taking in the historic square, Santissima Trinita and Santissima Annunziata churches, and the ruins of a 12th-century Norman castle.

Naples (Pompeii)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 114 excursion 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call Naples


On the 114th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Naples, a city located on the west coast of Italy. Naples is a lively and cosmopolitan city, known for its cuisine, art and culture.

You can take an excursion to Pompeii (25 km from Naples), an ancient city which was buried by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Pompeii is an important archaeological site, which allows you to discover daily life in the ‘Antiquity.

Here are two essential activities

  • A visit to Naples, to discover the city and its history. 
  • A visit to Pompeii, to discover the ancient city. 
  • Visit the Naples Archaeological Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from Pompeii and other archaeological sites in the region.
  • Excursion to Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed Pompeii.
  • If you like the beach, you can take a trip to Sorrento Beach, a popular beach located near Naples.

Cruise stopovers in Naples – In the footsteps of the godfather

The most popular activity in Naples!

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Discover the treasures of Sicily in the footsteps of the Godfather in the company of an informative English-speaking guide. Benefit from pickup from your hotel or port at a time convenient to you, and begin your excursion to Savoca, a medieval hilltop village where Michael Corleone’s character hid during the scene. ‘ “go to the mattresses”.

→ The weak point of this activity is its high price.

Strong pointsIn the footsteps of the godfather
Godfather VillagesVisit the charming villages where The Godfather was filmed, immersing yourself in the cinematic atmosphere of this classic.
Sicilian authenticitySoak up the ambiance of authentic Sicily, unchanged for centuries, as you explore unspoiled sites.
Filming anecdotesLearn all about the making of the film and listen to interesting anecdotes shared by your passionate guide.
History of the Sicilian MafiaDiscover the fascinating history of the real Sicilian Mafia, its rise to power, its structure, and the “law of silence”.
Tasting of local productsRelax after your tour with a wine and local produce tasting, savoring the delicacies of the region.
Guided toursExplore iconic sites such as the Savoca Cathedral, the Church of Santa Lucia, the Duomo Square, and the Priamar Fortress.
Listen to anecdotes from the filmHear filming anecdotes, details about the making of The Godfather and interesting facts about the actors.
Mirror monument dedicated to CoppolaAdmire the mirror monument dedicated to Coppola, offering panoramic views of the Ionian coast, the site of Michael Corleone’s wedding scene.
Discovery of Forza d’AgròExplore the picturesque village of Forza d’Agrò, taking in the historic square, Santissima Trinita and Santissima Annunziata churches, and the ruins of a 12th-century Norman castle.

Civitavecchia (Rome)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 115 stopover from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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On the 115th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Civitavecchia, a city located on the west coast of Italy. Civitavecchia is an important port, located near Rome (70km).

You can take an excursion to Rome from Civitavecchia. Rome is a city rich in history and culture, with many monuments and museums to visit.

Here are three essential activities

  • A tour of the Colosseum, an ancient amphitheater built in the 1st century AD.
  • A tour of the Roman Forum, an ancient forum that was the center of political and social life in ancient Rome.
  • A tour of the Vatican, an independent state located in the center of Rome. The Vatican is home to St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museum, and other important religious sites.

To get from the port of Civitavecchia to Rome there are several options.

Transfert Civitavecchia → Rome – How to reach the Eternal City?

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Rome is a city rich in history and culture, and there is plenty to see and do. This day trip is a great opportunity to discover the city’s top attractions at your own pace.

Book a round-trip transfer between Civitavecchia Port and central Rome

Round-trip transfer from Civitavecchia to Rome is included in the tour price. You will be picked up from the port exit and taken to the city center in a comfortable bus. The journey takes approximately one hour.

Strong pointsTransfer Civitavecchia → Rome
Round-trip transfer from CivitavecchiaEnjoy a comfortable transfer between Civitavecchia port and central Rome.
Freedom to discover the monuments of RomeExplore Rome’s main landmarks at your own pace, including St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel Sant’Angelo, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, and Trevi Fountain.
Possibility of shopping or lunch in TrastevereEnjoy free time to shop in the city center or have lunch in the charming Trastevere district.
Assistance and advice from a guideBenefit from advice from an assistant who can provide you with information about the city and places of interest, allowing you to maximize your experience in Rome.
Cruise ports and stops in the mediterranean

Genoa (Portofino)

Round the world cruise ports of call – Day 116 excursion from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Round the world cruise ports of call Genoa


On the 116th day of your world cruise, you will arrive in Genoa, a city located on the northwest coast of Italy. Genoa is a historic and cultural city, known for its port, museums and palaces.

If you want to take an excursion to Portofino, (located near Genoa) check out my page . Portofino is a popular seaside town, known for its natural beauty, luxury yachts and luxury shopping.

Here are two essential activities

  • A visit to Genoa, to discover the city and its history.
  • A visit to Portofino, to discover the seaside town.

Here are some additional suggestions for your stay in Genoa and Portofino:

  • If you have time, you can take a tour of the Genoa Art Museum, which houses a collection of Italian and European art.
  • You can also take a trip to Cinque Terre, a region near Genoa known for its cliff-top villages.
  • If you like Italian cuisine, you can take a cooking class or simply taste traditional dishes in one of the many restaurants in Genoa or Portofino.

Cruise stopovers – Aquarium ticket

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The Genoa Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. It is home to more than 5,000 animals of 400 different species, from seas around the world. It is one of the most visited places for cruise passengers.

Strong pointsGenoa Aquarium
Largest aquarium in ItalyExplore Italy’s largest aquarium and discover incredible marine diversity, with more than 5,000 animals representing 400 different species.
Observation of more than 5,000 animalsMarvel at more than 5,000 sea creatures, including playful Tursiops, seals, jellyfish, colorful coral reef fish and many other fascinating species.
Cetacean Pavilion designed by Renzo PianoVisit the Cetacean Pavilion, an architectural work designed by Renzo Piano, where you can observe the Tursiops evolving in 4 open-air tanks, offering an immersive experience with these majestic marine creatures.
Aquatic biodiversity of EuropeEnjoy a place home to the greatest aquatic biodiversity in Europe, with more than 70 pools representing marine habitats from around the world. Explore the waters of Antarctica with penguins, observe sharks, jellyfish and discover the marine life of the coral reefs.
Involvement in conservation programsLearn how the Genoa Aquarium is involved in various conservation programs, contributing to the preservation of marine life and raising public awareness of environmental issues.

Marseille

Day 117 – Return home

Round the world cruise ports of call

It is here, in Marseille, in Provence, France, that our trip around the world will come to an end. This moment will mark the conclusion of this exceptional cruise that we are about to experience.

This world tour is much more than a simple maritime odyssey. It is the fulfillment of a shared dream, shaped over years of waiting and preparation. Some of us have made sacrifices to bring this adventure to life, and every moment, every stopover, every new discovery will be worth it.

I would like to share that I have invested countless hours in compiling all the information, aware of the magnitude of this task. This is often what can be missing when buying a cruise: more information on what you can actually do during stopovers.

For the destinations that I had not yet had the chance to visit (despite knowing about around twenty of them), I carried out diligent research. With the precious help of cruise ship friends, whom I would like to warmly thank: Chantal, David, Jean, Isabelle, Serge, Richard and Mimi, Louisa and Francis… we shared special moments to create this guide. Thank you for your precious help, your good humor, your memories, your shared dream, your cool attitude, your presence!

Tour of Marseille by bus

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Visit Marseille comfortably and affordably with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Choose from two routes that will take you to the city’s top attractions.

Complete discoveryTravel around Marseille by double-decker bus and convertible minibus.
Audio commentaryLearn more about the city with audio commentary available in 8 languages.
FlexibilityVisit a neighborhood or monument, then catch the next bus to continue your exploration.
Main sitesExplore treasures such as the Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica, the Major Cathedral, the Old Port, the Vallon des Auffes and the Corniche Kennedy.
Varied circuitsTake advantage of 2 circuits (red and blue) to discover different aspects of Marseille.

How to dress for a world cruise

A cruise around the world is a unique adventure that will allow you to discover different cultures and landscapes. To make the most of your trip, it is important to dress accordingly.

Here are some tips for choosing your clothes

  • Think about the weather.  Climatic conditions can vary considerably from one destination to another. Check the weather forecast for each destination in the logbook (the day before).
  • Bring comfortable clothing.  You’ll spend a lot of time walking, sightseeing, and enjoying the activities offered on board the ship.

Our world tour promises temperature variations from one destination to another. Expect sunny, swimsuit-friendly days, but also pack warm clothes, especially for cooler stopovers.

Takeaways:

  • For Ushuaïa and certain Chilean stopovers, temperatures will be cold.
  • The trip continues in these regions for around ten days.
  • Bring warm clothing, such as thermal layers and windproof jackets.
  • Add accessories such as hats and gloves to protect you from the cold.
  • Adapt your outfit to fully enjoy each destination, from tropical waters to polar regions.

Ready to adjust our outfits according to weather surprises, our world tour promises to be an adventure of striking contrasts. By preparing wisely, each stopover becomes an opportunity to fully live this memorable experience.

Essential clothing and accessories to bring for the world cruise

  • Clothes:
    • Comfortable clothing for the day
    • More elegant clothes for the evening
    • Rainwear
    • Warm clothing for cold destinations
    • Beachwear for tropical destinations
  • Accessories:
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Sun screen
    • Waterproof jacket
    • Walking shoes
    • Comfortable shoes for the boat
    • Backpack or beach bag
    • Camera case

Prepare your departure for a cruise around the world

10 things not to forget!

As you prepare to experience an exceptional 4-month adventure around the globe, it is crucial to organize your departure well. Here is a list of items to remember before leaving the house:

→ Passports and visas

Make sure your passports are valid for the duration of the trip.

→ Boarding passes and cruise documents

Print or download your boarding passes and all necessary cruise documents.

→ Medications and prescriptions

Make sure you have enough medication for the duration of the trip, along with corresponding prescriptions.

→ Travel insurance

Check that your travel insurance covers your entire trip and has adequate medical coverage.

→ Electrical outlet adapters

Carry the necessary adapters to charge your electronic devices in different parts of the world.

→ Adapted clothing

Prepare a versatile wardrobe, including warm clothes for cooler layovers.

→ Essential toiletries

Take your favorite toiletries with you, but keep in mind that the cruise provides shampoos, shower gels, as well as bath and beach towels.

→ Electronic devices and accessories

Don’t forget your cameras, chargers, and any other essential electronic equipment.

→ Money and bank cards

Inform your bank of your travel itinerary and carry sufficient cash and international bank cards.

→ Emergency Contact List

Keep a list of emergency contacts.

→ Health record and vaccinations

Check vaccination recommendations for the areas you will visit and bring a health record with your important medical information.

→ Phrasebook

In case you are visiting areas where the language is less familiar, a phrasebook can be a useful tool to facilitate communication with local residents.


I sincerely hope, dear cruise ship friends, that this guide will be useful to you (as much as it is to me ) and that it will inspire in you the desire to experience such an adventure one day.

To all those with whom I will share good times on board, I can’t wait to be there. Take care of yourself and have a good trip everyone!


MTT wishes us the most beautiful cruises around the world

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