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    Akaroa Highlights

    Akaroa, New Zealand

    Duration 4 hrs

    Here’s your opportunity to explore one of New Zealand’s most treasured destinations - Akaroa, the first town to be settled in the South Island. French colonists arrived here over 160 years ago and today their Gallic influence remains in the town’s architecture and street names. ...
    Here’s your opportunity to explore one of New Zealand’s most treasured destinations - Akaroa, the first town to be settled in the South Island. French colonists arrived here over 160 years ago and today their Gallic influence remains in the town’s architecture and street names. more...

    Here’s your opportunity to explore one of New Zealand’s most treasured destinations - Akaroa, the first town to be settled in the South Island. French colonists arrived here over 160 years ago and today their Gallic influence remains in the town’s architecture and street names.


    Start with a scenic 45-minute ride through the lush Akaroa countryside, with its picturesque bays, panoramic views of rolling hills and sheep grazing in the green fields. New Zealand is known for its sheep industry, as your first destination will show you.


    You'll arrive at Manderley Farm, one of many farms in this area of Canterbury, greeted by a friendly hello and a spot of morning tea. After your refreshment, experienced farm hands will then lead you to the sheep-shearing shed where you'll get to see a demonstration. Another key member of the sheepherding team is the dog. You'll marvel at the considerable talents of these four-legged herders as they perform a lively display of their abilities for you. See top New Zealand sheep dogs gather a mob of sheep from nearly hills herding them down for their master for your photo opportunity. These champion sheep dogs will take whistle commands from half a mile distance with speed and agility. Ross will talk about his life experiences farming the hills over the last 30 years.


    Leaving Manderley Farm, head back towards Akaroa and "The Giant's House." Originally known as Linton, the house is a unique part of the history of Akaroa – nestled in a secluded valley, it was built in 1880 for Akaroa's first bank manager. This grand house is reminiscent of the French style typical of Akaroa and features extensive use of native totara and kauri wood and has a magnificent imported staircase of mahogany and numerous classic features. The gardens are like a living art gallery with a sculpture mosaic garden that's colorful, exuberant, interactive, romantic, fun and full of surprises. Touches of whimsy create many magical moments and make for an unforgettable experience.


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    • Adult from: 147,98 EUR
    • Child from: 98,32 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Swim with the Dolphins

    Akaroa, New Zealand

    Duration 3 hrs

    There is only one place on the planet where you can swim with hector’s dolphins and that is the sheltered Akaroa Harbor. ...
    There is only one place on the planet where you can swim with hector’s dolphins and that is the sheltered Akaroa Harbor. more...

    There is only one place on the planet where you can swim with hector’s dolphins and that is the sheltered Akaroa Harbor. Make a date with the world’s smallest, rarest, and friendliest dolphin. Akaroa’s harbor- a sea-invaded crater- boasts stunning coastal scenery and is home to a plethora of marine species, including the very rare hector’s dolphins.


    Enjoy a two hour cruise onboard a jet-powered boat where you’ll have the opportunity to swim with these friendly mammals in the open sea. All crew onboard are highly trained and will provide a briefing on how best to interact with the dolphins while in the water. If you are new to snorkeling and the use of a wetsuit, the crew will be on hand to help you out.


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    • Adult from: 247,29 EUR
    • Child from: 197,64 EUR
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Cultural Center & Kanak Dance

    Nouméa, New Caledonia

    Duration 3 hrs

    Discover the Pacific region’s rich and varied indigenous culture at the Tjibaou Cultural Center, a complex of galleries and performance spaces that celebrate native life. ...
    Discover the Pacific region’s rich and varied indigenous culture at the Tjibaou Cultural Center, a complex of galleries and performance spaces that celebrate native life. more...

    Discover the Pacific region’s rich and varied indigenous culture at the Tjibaou Cultural Center, a complex of galleries and performance spaces that celebrate native life.


    Transfer to the Tjibaou Cultural Center, which even from the outside, it's stunning; it is one of the finest examples of modern architecture in Oceania. The center's collection of sail-like pavilions was patterned after the traditional thatched huts of the native Kanaks. Designed in the late 1990s by Italian architect Renzo Piano (winner of the 1998 Pritzker prize), the center was named for Jean-Marie Tjibaou, the assassinated leader of an independence movement who envisioned a place where the artistic and linguistic heritage of the Kanaks would be celebrated. This is Tjibaou's dream realized.


    A traditional dance and show welcomes you. Your guided tour takes you through the Kanak path, which tells the story of man's creation through the myths and beliefs of the Kanak society. The path is lined with indigenous medicinal plants cited in the myths, further underlining the importance of the bond between nature and the Kanak people. There are also several gardens representing topics such as rebirth, the duality of men and women, and the spiritual relationship between the visible and invisible worlds.


    The exhibits inside the center's three separate villages reveal the Kanak culture through painting, sculpture and traditional music and dance performances. One of the most moving exhibits is devoted to the life and work of Tjibaou.


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    • Adult from: 80,35 EUR
    • Child from: 80,35 EUR
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    South Sea Orchids & Village

    Lautoka, Fiji

    Duration 4 hrs

    Discover the beautiful gardens and historic artifacts of the South Seas, and enjoy traditional entertainment at Sabeto Village. ...
    Discover the beautiful gardens and historic artifacts of the South Seas, and enjoy traditional entertainment at Sabeto Village. more...

    Discover the beautiful gardens and historic artifacts of the South Seas, and enjoy traditional entertainment at Sabeto Village.


    Drive through Lautoka City and down Vitogo Parade, lined with royal palms en route to picturesque Burness House. Your hosts will escort you on a walking tour through their landscaped gardens filled with fruit and flowering trees, anthurium lilies and lovely orchids. View an extraordinary collection of Fijian artifacts, and be served morning tea, fruit juices and homemade cakes at the Burness' home.


    Visit Sabeto Village, where its inhabitants still practice many of the old customs and culture. On arrival, you’ll be greeted by your hosts and escorted to the village hall for a traditional welcome ceremony and cultural entertainment. Take a guided tour of the village and see the chief’s house, church and the school; experience first-hand, the native Fijian way of life.


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    • Adult from: 98,32 EUR
    • Child from: 98,32 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Lagoon Cruise & Beach Break

    Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Duration 3 hrs

    This wonderful combination tour allows you to explore Bora Bora’s magical lagoon on board a covered boat, snorkel and relax on a pristine beach. ...
    This wonderful combination tour allows you to explore Bora Bora’s magical lagoon on board a covered boat, snorkel and relax on a pristine beach. more...

    This wonderful combination tour allows you to explore Bora Bora’s magical lagoon on board a covered boat, snorkel and relax on a pristine beach. You’ll have excellent photo opportunities of the hidden, eastern side of Bora Bora, so be sure to bring your camera.


    Cruise from Vaitape Bay, past beautiful Raititi Point and the enchanting islets of Motu Toopua and Motu Tapu. During your cruise, you'll be treated to some wonderful views on the crystal clear lagoon as well as the island highest peak, Mount Otemanu. Upon reaching the motu (coral islet), you'll enjoy a typical island beach break and refreshments. Relax, sunbathe, or dip your toes in the shallow waters.


    Since snorkeling from the motu is limited due to shallow waters, a snorkel stop is done at another location during the tour.


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    • Adult from: 125,50 EUR
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    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Maori Experience & Thermal Reserve

    Tauranga, New Zealand

    Duration 8 hrs

    Explore a thriving center of breathtaking thermal activity and traditional Maori culture during this scenic, full-day visit to the historic spa town of Rotorua. ...
    Explore a thriving center of breathtaking thermal activity and traditional Maori culture during this scenic, full-day visit to the historic spa town of Rotorua. more...

    Explore a thriving center of breathtaking thermal activity and traditional Maori culture during this scenic, full-day visit to the historic spa town of Rotorua.


    Head to Te Puke, the world's largest kiwifruit growing region. Stop at the Agrodome to watch the country's best-trained champion rams parade on stage, and a sheep-shearing demonstration. The highly-trained sheep dogs will finish the show with a display of sheep mustering.


    Drive past the Rotorua lakefront where you may see a variety of waterfowl as well as several local landmarks before arriving at the Skyline Gondola terminal. Here, you’ll embark one of the aerial gondolas for a breathtaking ride up the side of Mount Ngongotaha, enjoying panoramic vistas of Lake Rotorua, the city and surrounding areas. Arriving at the top of the mountain, the Skyline Restaurant with its unparalleled views is where you’ll be treated to a buffet lunch while a local Maori “Kapa Haka” group entertains you.


    Visit Te Puia, the home to the internationally renowned spouting Pohutu geyser and boasts silica terraces, pools of boiling mud and dramatic steams vents. Your guide being a Maori is keen to share the fascinating local lore and legends of this wonderful country. A strong sulfur smell, a product of the intense thermal activity, will fill the air. Remember to bring your cameras on this exciting geothermal experience.


    View the reserve's fascinating re-creation of an early Maori village, and also have time to purchase souvenirs in the gift shop, including traditional Maori carvings. At Te Puia's Maori Arts & Crafts Institute, where for the past 45 years visitors have enjoyed this unique journey into the Maori's rich heritage, their mission is all about preserving the ancient skills and rich culture of the Maori. To that end, young people from across New Zealand are selected as apprentices. Here, the students learn skills ranging from carving to weaving, along with creating flax skirts and patterned bodices, and you will see all this at close hand.


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    • Adult from: 267,15 EUR
    • Child from: 187,70 EUR
    DURATION 8 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Navua River by Longboat

    Suva, Fiji

    Duration 6 hrs

    Experience Fiji's local flavors and traditions in a unique new way during this cruise up the Navua River by long boat, along with a kava ceremony, folk dancing and lunch in a local village. ...
    Experience Fiji's local flavors and traditions in a unique new way during this cruise up the Navua River by long boat, along with a kava ceremony, folk dancing and lunch in a local village. more...

    Experience Fiji's local flavors and traditions in a unique new way during this cruise up the Navua River by long boat, along with a kava ceremony, folk dancing and lunch in a local village.


    Enjoy a scenic drive through Suva, en route to the Navua River, where you will embark an open longboat for a scenic journey upriver. Your cruise will be highlighted by endless mountain ranges, a thick tropical rain forest abounding with bird life, deep gorges, cascading waterfalls, and exotic fauna and flora. You can take a refreshing swim in one of the pools created by the river or under the Magic Waterfall during one of your stops.


    Visit Raiwaqa Village, located on a 14-mile-long island at a height of almost 1,000 feet above sea level, you will be welcomed by warriors and villagers with a traditional Fijian kava ceremony and after, tour of the village. Along the way, you will learn about the village’s history, native crops and medicinal plants. You will also have an opportunity to mingle with the villagers and purchase local handicrafts. Watch war dances performed by the men and typical folk dances by the village women. Why not join in and learn some new moves? You’ll also be treated to a typical Fijian lunch cooked in an underground oven.


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    • Adult from: 170,64 EUR
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    DURATION 6 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Paradise Cove Sail & Snorkel

    Port Vila, Vanuatu

    Duration 4 hrs

    Sail to aptly named Dream Cove and experience all the joys of relaxing and snorkeling in this idyllic, sun-splashed hideaway along serene Pango Cove. ...
    Sail to aptly named Dream Cove and experience all the joys of relaxing and snorkeling in this idyllic, sun-splashed hideaway along serene Pango Cove. more...

    Sail to aptly named Dream Cove and experience all the joys of relaxing and snorkeling in this idyllic, sun-splashed hideaway along serene Pango Cove. Depart right from the pier on a classic sailing yacht and sail south toward lovely Pango Cove, passing the picture postcard-perfect islands of Iririki and Ifira on the way. Both islands are covered with tropical palms, rimmed by sugary beaches and dotted with thatched huts built right at the edge of the turquoise water. Even more panoramic views of paradise await you, as you sail down the gorgeous Pango Peninsula to Dream Cove, where the yacht will drop anchor. Then, it's totally up to you how you spend the next two and a half hours.


    Stretch out on deck and sunbathe, or read a bestseller. Swim ashore or ride in the dinghy to the secluded beach and meander along, stopping whenever the mood strikes to relax in the shade of a palm. The sights are just as spectacular underwater, as you'll see snorkeling the coral reef, which is absolutely teeming with colorful tropical fish. You'll even have the chance to feed them, if you like. Afterwards, you'll sail back to the pier, completely refreshed after a day in paradise.


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    • Adult from: 98,41 EUR
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    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Village Way of Life

    Pago Pago, American Samoa

    Duration 3 hrs

    Capture the scenic views of the island and visit a recreated traditional Samoan village where the ancient ways of island life are still faithfully practiced. ...
    Capture the scenic views of the island and visit a recreated traditional Samoan village where the ancient ways of island life are still faithfully practiced. more...

    Capture the scenic views of the island and visit a recreated traditional Samoan village where the ancient ways of island life are still faithfully practiced. Drive towards the idyllic western side of Tutuila. So many breathtaking views await you, each worthy of a brief stop for photos. There's the monolithic Fatu-ma-Futi or Flowerpot Rock that rises straight out of the ocean as if standing sentinel at the entrance to beautiful Pago Pago Bay. You’ll stop for photos along the way, to capture some of the best views of the island’s villages, coastline and lush mountains.


    Still, staggeringly beautiful settings and historic attractions aren't the only draws in western Tutuila. You'll also have the opportunity to observe the traditional Samoan way of life at a uniquely laid-back small recreated village. The villagers live together communally and their thatched wooden structures, known as fales, which are open and without walls, symbolic of the villagers' unrestricted culture. Each fale is devoted to a specific purpose, such as sleeping or food preparation.


    During your visit, you will observe demonstrations on daily activities that illustrate how the Samoans live their lives. Samoans are the only islanders that cook their family meals aboveground on an umu of hot river rocks, which are covered with banana fronds to create an oven of sorts. Following a cooking demonstration, you will get to sample the resulting dishes. Relax, and savor this unique opportunity to participate in traditional Samoan culture.


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    • Adult from: 62,30 EUR
    • Child from: 62,30 EUR
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Motu Beach Escapade

    Moorea, French Polynesia

    Duration 5 hrs

    Enjoy a wonderful ride in the clear lagoon of Moorea with great views of the island's sharp mountain peaks, lush green valleys and picturesque coastal shoreline, then enjoy a typical island lunch, relax on a delightful beach or enjoy the warm tropical waters of French Polynesia. ...
    Enjoy a wonderful ride in the clear lagoon of Moorea with great views of the island's sharp mountain peaks, lush green valleys and picturesque coastal shoreline, then enjoy a typical island lunch, relax on a delightful beach or enjoy the warm tropical waters of French Polynesia. more...

    Enjoy a wonderful ride in the clear lagoon of Moorea with great views of the island's sharp mountain peaks, lush green valleys and picturesque coastal shoreline, then enjoy a typical island lunch, relax on a delightful beach or enjoy the warm tropical waters of French Polynesia.


    Boarding your boat at the pier, you'll set-off across the turquoise waters of Moorea, en route to a gorgeous white sandy islet that is surrounded by crystal clear water. The waters here are shallow enough for you to walk right off the boat onto the pristine beach where you will have approximately three hours at your leisure.


    During your visit, you can relax and soak up the sun, or enjoy some great snorkeling and discover Moorea's amazing underwater world with its colorful fish, flora and fauna. There may even be some inquisitive stingrays to welcome you and in exchange for a piece of fish, they just might delight you by dancing gracefully around you.


    Following a barbeque lunch on the beach, you will have more time to enjoy the refreshing waters here or further relax on the beach while being entertained with local music and a coco demonstration.


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    • Adult from: 177,77 EUR
    • Child from: 177,77 EUR
    DURATION 5 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Mt. Tamborine, Winery & Crafts

    Brisbane, Australia

    Duration 8 hrs

    You’ll first be treated to a brief tour of Brisbane's highlights before leaving the city behind and traveling along winding roads to the base of Lamington National Park and the beautiful surroundings of the Gold Coast. ...
    You’ll first be treated to a brief tour of Brisbane's highlights before leaving the city behind and traveling along winding roads to the base of Lamington National Park and the beautiful surroundings of the Gold Coast. more...

    You’ll first be treated to a brief tour of Brisbane's highlights before leaving the city behind and traveling along winding roads to the base of Lamington National Park and the beautiful surroundings of the Gold Coast.


    You’ll visit the Rainforest Skywalk and Eco Discovery Centre and upon arrival you’ll have free time to explore the center and choose from a variety of walks through the rainforest. You can begin on the spectacular elevated walkway through the middle and upper canopies of the rainforest. The walkway is a stable, steel structure allowing you to explore the canopies safely. As you descend into the lower canopy, there are points of interest that include rock pools and waterfalls, a butterfly lookout and local history enclosure.


    Enjoy lunch at an authentic Aussie pub offering an incredible view over the valley. Travel a short distance to Gallery Walk at Eagle Heights, an artistic center that boasts a variety of craft shops and galleries, as well as numerous cafés. Whether you are looking for a special gift or something unique to take home as a memento, you'll no doubt find it here. From here, your coach will next make its way to a local winery for a wine tasting. As you travel through this magnificent National Parks region, you will be afforded spectacular panoramic views of the Gold Coast and brilliant blue Pacific Ocean.


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    • Adult from: 217,50 EUR
    • Child from: 217,50 EUR
    DURATION 8 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Bushwalk & Cultural Experience

    Eden, Australia

    Duration 4 hrs

    A bushwalk with a National Park guide and aboriginal guide introduces you to the natural beauty of this region and its rich aboriginal culture. ...
    A bushwalk with a National Park guide and aboriginal guide introduces you to the natural beauty of this region and its rich aboriginal culture. more...

    A bushwalk with a National Park guide and aboriginal guide introduces you to the natural beauty of this region and its rich aboriginal culture.


    Experience the natural beauty and history of this region on this walking tour through the National Park. The walk to Haycock Point provides spectacular coastline views. Australian flora and fauna is a feature of the walk with likely sightings of sea eagles and Australian gannets and other bush birds. You may even come across a friendly kangaroo.


    This tour includes a strong Aboriginal component presented by an Aboriginal Elder through his art and artefacts, which begins with a traditional smoking ceremony. The cultural activities are presented in a pleasant, sheltered, grassed area and time is available for guests to ask questions and enjoy light refreshments.


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    • Adult from: 128,12 EUR
    • Child from: 108,25 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.

Participation in activities and excursions may involve physical exertion, and may be potentially hazardous or dangerous. It is the responsibility of each individual to determine whether you are capable of engaging in any activity. Participation in any activity or excursion is at your own risk.

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