Royal Caribbean International Destinations – Australia and New Zealand

The “Land Down Under” is simply the best place to go when looking for a trip to the exotic South Pacific. From kangaroos and koalas to some of the friendliest people on Earth, Australia and New Zealand offer visitors a vast array of places to see and unforgettable moments. Royal Caribbean sails to these south Pacific destinations offering their famous “Cruisetours” which combine the luxury of a Royal Caribbean cruise with a land tour chock full of activities and sight-seeing. couches melbourne

Expect the unexpected when sailing to Australia and New Zealand, from deserts to jungles and majestic snow-capped mountains. It’s no wonder millions visit these unforgettable landscapes made even more famous in the “Lord of the Rings” movies. Royal Caribbean offers cruises from 12 to 14 nights long that circumnavigate the only continent that is only one country: Australia. The company also offers cruises that make port in different Australian and New Zealand locations.

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Royal Caribbean’s fleet to Australia and New Zealand are the Vision-class ships, particularly the beautiful “Rhapsody of the Seas”. These luxury cruise ships will make the passenger enjoy every single minute of their vacation. For those looking to relax before their onshore activities, these Royal Caribbean ships include spas, swimming pools as well as an adult-only Solarium and eight different bars and lounges. The fleet also offers worldwide cuisine in their beautifully designed two-story themed dining rooms. For those who seek a thrill, the Vision-class ships offer onboard casinos to play Poker, Slots, Black Jack and more. Passengers going on a cruisetour can choose to have the land portion of their vacation before or after the cruise itself. Ports of Departure for Cruises to Australia and New Zealand include: Honolulu, Hawaii, and Perth or Sydney, Australia. From there, the cruise will sail the deep blue waters of the Pacific and make port of call at such interesting cities as Melbourne, Christchurch, Tasmania and many more.

For those who choose to have their land tour before the cruise, the breathtaking city of Sydney, Australia’s capital awaits. Onshore activities in Sydney range from visiting museums to outdoor adventure in the Outback. Of course, no one can go to Sydney and not visit the world-famous Sydney Opera House. With its unique architectural structure and fabulous view of Sydney Harbor, it’s a must on every land tour of the capital. Passengers can simply enter the Opera House to admire its structure or stay to watch a show. Another thing that can’t be overlooked are the over 30 fabulous beaches ready to receive visitors who wish to bathe in the Pacific or try their luck at surfing.

Onshore activities in other cities include cuddling koalas and petting kangaroos at Australia’s oldest zoo in Melbourne. For the more adventurous, passengers can go “canyoning” in the Waitakere Ranges. Canyoning is a combination of walking, swimming, climbing and sliding. This involves a fifty minute drive from Auckland, Australia into the Ranges, where visitors will later travel a distance of about 2 miles downhill, uphill and across shallow rivers to feast their eyes upon some of the world’s most marvelous scenery. Other less physically strenuous activities in Auckland include a wine tour to lovely vineyards, or a city tour of the harbor and surrounding sights.

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