Top Cruises for Australians
Cruises are perfect for everyone: singles, couples and families. Not only can you take part in the myriad of onboard activities but you will visit exciting ports of call. Whether you choose to take a cruise to the Caribbean, Fiji or New Zealand, you’re sure to enjoy your holiday. Take a look at these top cruise destinations for Australians:
A Caribbean cruise may offer several ports of call including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. Lined with white, sandy beaches bordering crystal clear waters, these ports are sure to be the highlight of your cruise. Take advantage of the different adventures these islands have to offer: horse riding, ATV riding, hiking, climbing and even diving.
Ports of call in Fiji include Dravuni, Port Denarau, Savu Savu FJ and Suva. Each stop will allow you to experience the idyllic scenery of the island chain and give you a chance to meet incredibly friendly people native to the islands. Long beaches and a unique culture make this cruise the perfect getaway.
3 New Caledonia
A French flavor permeates a cruise to New Caledonia. Ports of call include Isle of Pines, Lifou Isle, Noumea and Poum. A cruise to New Caledonia will provide holiday seekers with diverse landscapes, sandy beaches and snorkeling adventures. River valleys, steep mountains and rainforests coupled with perfect dining and fabulous boutiques make these cruises an excellent choice.
What better way to see your country than a cruise? Whether you choose to take a short day cruise or a longer cruise, you’ll be able to see parts of Australia you may have never seen otherwise. Depending on your port(s) of call, you can experience anything from rugged wilderness to hot tropics. No matter if you desire a relaxing break or a great adventure, the choice is yours.
5 New Zealand
Offering perhaps more ports of call than any other cruise, a cruise to New Zealand is sure to be packed with excitement. Ports of call include Auckland, Bay of Islands, Christchurch, Dunedin, Napier, Picton, Tauranga and Wellington.
Another popular cruise option more Australians are choosing to embark on is flying to the destination and cruising back home. This can be a great way to spend an extra few days on an Island of your choice then enjoy the slow trip back home. There are loads of international flights to popular cruise destinations so finding a cheap flight won’t be an issue!