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SYDNEY TO AUCKLAND A

Fly UK to Sydney - transfer to 4-star hotel for 2 night stay

- embark ms Noordam for 15 night cruise to Melbourne,

Australia - Hobart (Tasmania), Australia - Milford Sound,

NZ - Cruising Fjordland National Park - Port Chalmers

(Dunedin), NZ - Akaroa, NZ - Picton, NZ - Wellington,

NZ - Napier, NZ - Tauranga (Rotorua), NZ - Auckland, NZ -

disembark and transfer to 4-star hotel for 2 night stay - Fly

Auckland UK

SYDNEY TO AUCKLAND B

Fly UK to Sydney - transfer to 4-star hotel for 2 night stay

- embark ms Noordam for 17 night cruise to Melbourne,

Australia - Burnie (Tasmania), Australia - Port Arthur,

Australia - Hobart (Tasmania), Australia (overnight in

port) - Milford Sound, NZ - Cruising Fjordland National

Park - Port Chalmers (Dunedin), NZ - Akaroa, NZ - Picton,

NZ - Wellington, NZ - Napier, NZ - Tauranga (Rotorua), NZ

- Auckland, NZ - disembark and transfer to 4-star hotel for

2 night stay - Fly Auckland UK

Date Itinerary Nights Interior Oceanview Balcony

18 Oct 17 A 22 £2399 £2599 £2979

17 Nov 17 A 22 £2299 £2449 £2749

28 Jan 18 B 24 £2699 £2989 £3499

AUCKLAND TO SYDNEY

Fly UK to Auckland - transfer to 4-star hotel for 2 night

stay - embark ms Noordam for 14 night cruise to Tauranga

(Rotorua), NZ - Napier, NZ - Wellington, NZ - Picton, NZ

- Akaroa (Christchurch), NZ - Port Chalmers (Dunedin),

NZ - Cruising Fjordland National Park - Hobart (Tasmania),

Australia - Melbourne, Australia - Eden (New South

Wales), Australia - Sydney, Australia - disembark and

transfer to 4-star hotel for 2 night stay - Fly Sydney UK

Date Itinerary Nights Interior Oceanview Balcony

2 Nov 17 B 22 £2299 £2399 £2649

2 Dec 17 B 22 £2149 £2279 £2539

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MARVEL AT MILFORD SOUND,

NEW ZEALAND

Milford Sound, or Piopiotahi (its name in Maori),

sits on the west coast of New Zealand's South

Island and was first called the Eighth Wonder of

the World by none other than Rudyard Kipling,

who had seen some pretty wonderful places. As

you sail up the 15-kilometer-long (nine-mile-long)

sound, with soaring snow-topped peaks looming

above-the tallest reaches an altitude of 1,517

meters (4,977 feet. Although it is called a sound,

it is technically a fjord-a narrow inlet created

by glacial erosion over thousands of years. While

its geological history is long, its human history is

not. It is believed that the Maori first explored the

sound, and the rest of the area that is now part of

Fiordland National Park, around 1,000 years ago;

Captain Cook followed in 1770. But neither Maori

nor Europeans created permanent settlements of

any significance, and the land was pristine when

Fiordland National Park, New Zealand's largest

national park, was established in 1952. While many

walking trails cross the park, the most breathtaking

views are arguably those from the water, with the

sheer rock faces looming above your ship as you

sail through this majestic landscape.

VISIT TAURANGA, NEW ZEALAND

Site of fierce Maori wars, Tauranga today is a

peaceful city in the heart of kiwifruit-growing

country. Farther afield: Rotorua, with its spouting

geysers and bubbling mud pools, the Waitomo

Glow Worm Caves and nocturnal kiwi houses.

DISCOVER HOBART, TASMANIA

The capital of Tasmania, Hobart lies along

the Derwent River and is dominated by the

breathtaking Mount Wellington. Stroll the harbour

side docks to browse artist studios, relax at a local

café, and visit the Tasmanian Museum and Art

Gallery. Nearby, sample the famous wines of Coal

River Valley or view the magnificent cliffs of Port

Arthur.

EXPLORE DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND

Nestled in tree-clad hills on the South East coast of

the South Island, Dunedin is New Zealand's largest

city by area and arguably the most spectacular

in terms of contrasting landscapes. Known as the

"Edinburgh of New Zealand" Dunedin is a Kiwi city

where Scottish heritage can be found everywhere,

you'll find the statue of Robert Burns in the Octagon

as well as New Zealand's only scotch distillery and

kilt shop. The city boasts a wealth of distinguished

architecture, including Dunedin train station with its

elaborate Victorian facade, extravagant tile floors

and etched glass work. Other points of interest are

Larnach Castle, the untamed landscape of the Otago

Peninsula and the Botanical Gardens.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ All transfers

✥ 2 nights' 4-star pre-cruise hotel stay in Sydney

✥ 15- 17 night full-board cruise onboard

the 5-star ms Noordam

✥ 2 nights' 4-star post-cruise hotel stay in Auckland

✥ All port taxes and port charges

Aukland Tauranga Dunedin

Milford Sound

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