01 Apr 2020 CRUISE ONLY: Extremely popular itinerary with 2019's sailing nearly sold out! Book early for 2020 to avoid disappointment.
13 night South Pacific, Fiji and Tonga cruise
onboard Celebrity Solstice
Port Taxes and Government fees
* Cruise Gratuities included
* Welcome bottle of bubbly and chocolate strawberries in your stateroom
Single Passenger Pricing:
Inside Stateroom Category 09 NZ$5499.00
Oceanview Stateroom Category 07 NZ$6799.00
Veranda Stateroom Category 2B NZ$7099.00
TERMS & CONDITIONS: YOUR PAYMENTS TO OUR WORLD LTD ARE PROTECTED BY TAANZ. Price is cruise only. Cruise is based on categories as shown & includes Port Taxes & Govt Fees and inclusions as specified. Price includes all discounts. Special conditions apply for all Bonus Inclusions. Package must be booked by 20 April 2018. Prices are in NZ dollars and are subject to currency fluctuations and are for payment by cash, eftpos or cheque only – QCard & credit card prices on application. Capacity restrictions may apply. Amendment and cancellation fees do apply. Name changes are not permitted – please contact us for details. Prices were correct as of 19 February 2018 and are subject to change without notification and other conditions may apply. Sales until 30 September 2018 unless sold prior.
13 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland roundtrip aboard Celebrity Solstice.
As you stroll among the expansive decks, you'll experience the rich color palettes illuminated by beautiful natural light, and revel in the extensive amenities - all delivered with the attentive service for which Celebrity Cruises is renowned. Celebrity Solstice is built around you and the way you long to travel. Voyage with us, on the newest of our Solstice-class of ships, and discover a refined level of elegance - an unrivaled experience making a distinctive statement of style and design. We invite you to learn more about the new features and venues as details are revealed.
Highlights of this cruise:
Your official welcome to New Zealand comes by way of a bustling harbor. Step ashore and into a surprisingly cosmopolitan environment. And once you venture inland, even more surprises await, including a total of 48 dormant volcanoes, a lush, leafy urban cityscape filled with beautiful parks, and a number of renowned art galleries.
Bay of Islands
Those who love beaches consider these some of the world’s finest, with their perfect white sand and crystal-clear water. And as tempted as you’ll be to pull up a lounge chair and soak in the surroundings, many consider this the ideal place to partake in more active pursuits, such as kayaking, mountain-biking, parasailing, swimming with dolphins and scuba-diving.
Sugarcane is the official crop of Lautoka but there is so much more to this paradise. Fiji's second largest city welcomes you with white sand beaches, turquoise water and friendly smiles from the locals. Relax on the beach, shop in the markets for beautiful pottery, or experience the exotic culture. Your visit here will leave you relaxed and refreshed.
Suva is the capital of Fiji built on a peninsula jutting out into the sea. Its architecture is a mixture of modern and traditional colonial buildings. You'll discover it's natural beauty in as many as 78 parks, including the new Takashi Suzuki Garden, and Thurston Gardens, which was opened in 1913 and displays flora from throughout the South Pacific. Stroll through the narrow roads of the shopping areas, most notably Cumming street, where you can step back in history for a vibrant and colorful shopping experience among original colonial buildings.
Over 3,000 years of Samoan culture and 19th Century colonial character echo across Apia in a charming urban center. Experience a vibrant nightlife, bustling seafood markets, and swim and snorkel the many scenic beaches and waterfalls. Be sure to take in traditional Samoan song, dance, and cuisine at a Fiafia night, and visit Robert Louis Stevenson’s former home, which is now a popular museum.
This tropical destination will delight you with its magnificent mountain ridges, wonderfully peaceful bays, tranquil villages and some of the world’s most remote and utterly beautiful reefs and beaches. Whether you're a hiker keen on checking out some of the highest sea cliffs in the world on Ta'u, a history buff wanting to see your first star mound, or a leisure-seeker with a deep appreciation of beach life, you'll be glad you visited this unsung paradise.