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    Go Local - Pedregalejo & The Sea

    Granada (Malaga), Spain

    Duration 3 hrs

    Discover the traditional ways being practiced in the fishing village Pedregalejo, where you will see how an old-style fishing boat is made and learn how to grill sardines on an open fire. The origin of the wooden boats, known as jábegas, dates to the Phoenician era. They have recently experienced a rebirth of sorts with rowing clubs using them in competitive events. Pedregalejo is also revered for its old-style beachfront restaurants known as chiringuitos. At one of the most popular chiringuitos, you will learn how to prepare espeto, which is barbecued fish, most often sardines. The fish are heavily seasoned with coarse sea salt and skewered on long flat bamboo sticks. They are then placed over an open fire of olive wood, which imparts an unmistakable flavor. If sardines are used, their silvery color will turn golden brown as they cook. Once the sardines are done, you can eat them with your fingers right off the skewer.

    Need to Know:

    This tour includes about 1½ hours of walking and standing with some inclines and cobblestone surfaces to negotiate, plus any additional walking at the guests’ discretion during free time. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the vehicle and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Guests with mobility concerns should evaluate their stamina and ability before joining the tour.

    • Adult from: $308.15 NZD
    • Child from: $308.15 NZD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Meal
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    Explore The Colorful South

    Port Louis, Mauritius

    Duration 7 1/4 hrs

    This wonderful full-day excursion gives a true insight into the different spectrums of Mauritian scenery to be found.


    Leaving the pier, you will travel from the center of Curepipe along a tarred road that leads gently up to and round the rim of Trou-aux-cerfs, an extinct volcanic crater, whose floor is now heavily wooded. Making a photo-stop here, you will be treated to a magnificent view over the entire island and its towering mountain ranges.


    Your drive continues from here to Grand-Bassin (Ganga Talao), a sacred lake and pilgrimage place for the Hindu where you will have a guided visit. In this idyllic location there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and other Hindu deities and many Hindu pilgrims make the walk in bare feet from their homes to the lake. Hindu legend is that the lake is filled with the waters of the holy Ganges of India, making this a very significant place for all Hindus.


    From here, you will next make your way through the forest reserve of Plaine-Champagne, with a stop at a viewpoint that looks out over the spectacular Black River Gorges. Further down the winding road, you will reach a local restaurant with a breathtaking view over the coastline for lunch.


    Traveling along through thick Chinese Guava groves, your route next takes you to discover the magnificent Chamarel waterfall which emerges from the moors on the way down to view the unique seven-colored earths of Chamarel. These unusual mounds of undulating land that stretch in contrasting rainbow colored layers of earth are believed to be the result of weathering and volcanic origin.


    Your journey back takes you down a winding road that unveils the West coast - the Morne Mountain where you will have a final photo stop, and Benitiers Island. Before reaching the pier in Port Luis, your route will pass the fishing villages and the famous salt pans of Black River.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 90-minutes of moderate walking/standing and there are some steps to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary.
    • Adult from: $230.72 NZD
    • Child from: $230.72 NZD
    DURATION 7 1/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    • Meal
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    Garden Route Explorer (LIZ-DUR) - Double Occupancy

    Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa

    Duration 4 Day / 3 Nights

    Enjoy a beautiful scenic drive from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town on your 3-night Garden Route Overland.
    The Garden Route covers diverse vegetation and wildlife, and abundance of lagoons, lakes, mountains, forests, and beaches along its winding roads.


    On your trip you will visit the well-known Tsitsikamma National Park, Knysna Featherbed Nature Reserve, Cango Caves an Ostrich Farm and get a glimpse into the winelands.


    Special Note: Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.


    DAY 1
    Disembark your ship in Port Elizabeth and depart for the lagoon side town of Knysna. En-route to Knysna, stop over and visit Tsitsikamma National Park for spectacular scenery and photographic opportunities.


    Continue your scenic drive to Knysna stopping for lunch at a local restaurant and then proceed to Bloukrans Bridge, the world’s highest commercial bungee bridge for a brief photo stop.


    Your final stop will be Knysna which lies on a lagoon, the mouth of which is guarded by two promontories known as the “Knysna Heads”. The origins of the town name are probably from the Hottentot words 'Xthuys Xna', which mean 'place where the wood is'. An entire industry sprang up around the beautiful yellowwood trees in the surrounding Tsitsikamma Forest, until South Africa's national tree became an endangered species.


    Arrive at your hotel - Protea Hotel Knysna Quays – and check-in. Located on the banks of the famous Knysna Lagoon and facing the sea through the Knysna Heads, this exciting hotel development is also an integral part of the vibrant Knysna Quays Waterfront. Knysna Quays Waterfront is adjacent to the Knysna Quays Hotel offering endless dining and shopping opportunities.


    Spend the afternoon at leisure to enjoy your room or explore your surroundings.


    In the evening, gather at the main reception area and embark on a short walk to the Knysna Quays Waterfront where a lovely dinner awaits at the Drydock Restaurant’s al Fresco terrace, situated on the water’s edge.


    DAY 2
    Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel and proceed with check-out formalities.


    Continue to Knysna Featherbed and board a ferry for your trip to the Featherbed Nature Reserve located on the Western Head.


    On arrival at the reserve, board a 4x4 vehicle and trailer for a drive up the headland onto the Reserve, stopping at spectacular viewpoints. Your tour includes a specialist guide giving information on history, fauna and flora. There is an optional guided 2.2km walk through coastal forest and fynbos into ancient sea caves. Thereafter enjoy lunch at an outdoor restaurant setting under a canopy of Milkwood trees.


    After an exciting visit to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, travel to Oudtshoorn with scenic stops along the way.


    Oudtshoorn, is known as the "Feather Capital of the world" because of its large ostrich industry in the area.


    This town, with its wide-open spaces and broad streets is the capital of the Klein Karoo. It spreads along both banks of the Grobbelaars River, which is a tributary of the Oliphant's River. Its fertile valleys are encompassed by the Swartberg Mountains to the north; and the Outeniqua Mountains to the south. Warm, dry summers and sunny winter days make it the ideal breeding ground for the most majestic of flightless birds - synonymous with Oudtshoorn - the ostrich.


    Continue your journey with a visit to the Cango Caves - the only show cave in Africa. Situated in a limestone ridge parallel to the well-known Swartberg Mountains, you will find the finest dripstone caverns, with their vast halls and towering formations. Here you will embark on a 1-hour standard tour of the Cango Caves.


    After your visit at the caves, proceed to the Queens Hotel for check-in. The remainder of the afternoon is at your leisure with some time to freshen up prior to dinner. Situated next to the world-famous ostrich museum, the colonial style Queens Hotel is in close proximity to a multitude of restaurants, curio and coffee shops. All rooms are air-conditioned – and the hotel also has a swimming pool, which offers respite from the dry heat of the Little Karoo.


    Enjoy a relaxing dinner at the hotel’s restaurant before retiring for the evening.

    NOTE:
    The temperature inside the caves is warm and humid, so light clothing and comfortable footwear are recommended.


    DAY 3
    After a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, proceed with check-out formalities.


    After breakfast, check-out and travel to Safari Ostrich Farm and experience a guided tour of the farm, which traces this unique bird's development. The tour starts in the breeding camp, with a nest of ostrich eggs, where the first stage of the ostrich life cycle is explained. Visitors will get the opportunity to test the strength of the eggs by standing on them - a great photo opportunity. During the breeding season visitors get to see ostrich eggs hatching in the incubator rooms.


    After your visit at the Ostrich Farm, continue your journey to Cape Town. Travel along the N2 Road and then over the Tradouw Pass to Swellendam where you will enjoy a lovely lunch.


    Continue along the N2 Road over the scenic Sir Lowry’s Pass passing through the suburb of Somerset West. Travel to Spier Wine Estate with spectacular views of the winelands.


    Spier, near Stellenbosch, is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms with a recorded history dating back to 1692. Spier wines are among the most awarded in the country. The Spier Hotel features village-style buildings, lush green lawns and spacious rooms situated next to the calming Eerste River. The rooms are clustered around six courtyards, with each courtyard boasting its own swimming pool. The design is reminiscent of the Bo-Kaap or Mediterranean villages where pedestrians have right of way.


    After check-in, you will be shown to your rooms with some time at own leisure to explore the wine farm, you can even go for a wine tasting or relax at the hotel’s gardens or pool.


    Enjoy a delicious dinner where you will have the opportunity to savor some of South Africa’s finest wines produced in the winelands.


    DAY 4
    After breakfast and check out, meet your guide and transfer to the Cape Town International Airport for a flight to Durban.


    On arrival in Durban, you are met by a local English-speaking tour guide who will accompany you on a transfer to the pier where you will re-embark the ship.


    Land Program Step by Step:
    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations that are beyond our control. All program details, including timings and any flights indicated below, are approximate and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change. Direct flights are never guaranteed. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Shore Excursion Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.


    DAY 1
    10:00am Depart Port Elizabeth Harbor and transfer to Tsitsikamma National Park
    12:15pm Visit the Tsitsikamma National Park
    1:00pm Continue to your lunch venue en-route
    1:25pm Enjoy lunch
    2:45pm Continue to Bloukrans Bridge for a brief photo stop
    3:10pm Board your coach and continue to Knysna
    4:10pm Arrive Knysna and continue onto your overnight hotel – check in
    7:00pm Enjoy a lovely dinner at a restaurant located within close proximity to your hotel
    9:00pm After dinner enjoy a walk back to your hotel. Remainder of evening at leisure
    Overnight Knysna Quays Hotel or similar


    DAY 2
    7:00am Enjoy breakfast at the hotel followed by check-out formalities
    9:30am Continue to Knysna Featherbed and check-in for your trip to the Knysna Lagoon
    9:45am Board the Ferry
    10:00am Depart on your Ferry Cruise including a buffet lunch
    12:30pm After your cruise continue to Oudtshoorn with scenic stops along the way
    3:00pm Arrive at the Cango Caves and embark on a guided tour
    4:00pm Continue to the Queens Hotel where you will overnight
    4:30pm Arrive at the hotel and check in
    5:00pm Remainder of the afternoon at own leisure and freshen up prior to dinner
    7:00pm Dinner at the Hotel – The Colony Restaurant or similar venue Overnight Queens Hotel or similar


    DAY 3
    7:00am Breakfast served at the hotel followed by check-out formalities
    8:00am Transfer to the Safari Ostrich Farm
    8:30am Arrive at the Safari Ostrich Farm and start your tour of the farm
    9:30am Continue to Cape Town with a stop at Swellendam to enjoy lunch
    12:00pm Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Swellendam
    1:30pm Board your coach and travel to Spier Wine Estate with comfort stops en-route.
    4:00pm Arrive at Spier Wine Estate and check-in
    4:15pm Spend the remainder of the afternoon at own leisure and freshen up prior to dinner
    7:00pm Dinner is served at the Hotel
    Overnight Spier Wine Estate or similar


    DAY 4
    06:30am Early morning wake-up call and enjoy breakfast followed by check-out formalities
    7:15am Depart lodge and transfer to Cape Town Airport
    8:00am Check-in for your flight to Durban
    9:35am Flight to Durban (flight details TBA and subject to change)
    11:35am Arrive in Durban and meet your guide
    12:00pm Transfer to the Durban harbor where you will re-join the ship
    1:00pm Approximate arrival time at Durban harbor


    Expected Weather:
    Approximately 28°C / 82°F


    What to Bring:
    Light, loose comfortable clothing, sunhat, sunblock, camera, something warm as the evenings can become cool


    Local Currency:
    ZAR (credit cards accepted)


    Electricity
    South Africa’s electrical system is 220/230 volts A/C 50 cycles. Most hotels and lodges have hair dryers but we recommend that if you bring electric appliances, you take along an international converter kit complete with a set of adapter plugs.
    Outlets in South Africa require a three-pronged adapter plug with 3 round prongs.


    Luggage information
    Guests are permitted to bring free of charge one checked bag weighing no more than 20kg (44 lbs) and one small carry-on bag weighing no more than 7kg (15 lbs)


    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations)

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.
    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)
    3. These documents need to be sent to the Shore Excursion Team via Reservations at NCL at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).
    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which NCL nor our local ground operator be responsible for.


    Documents and Visa Requirements:
    Guests must bring their passport with them
    Please consultant the embassy to obtain the latest visa regulations for your nationality.


    VERY IMPORTANT – The name on your cruise booking, passport and any visas if required, must all be exactly the same for flight ticket purchase for this program otherwise guests may be denied travel by flight. Please ensure that all documents are identical in spelling to the names provided for your cruise reservation including first, middle and last name. Manifests generated by the cruise line must match your travel documents.


    Hotel addresses:
    Knysna Quays Hotel
    Address: Waterfront Dr, Knysna Central, Knysna, 6571
    Phone: 044 382 5005


    Queens Hotel – Oudtshoorn
    Address: Eden, Baron Van Reede St, St, Oudtshoorn, 6625
    Phone: 044 272 2101


    Spier Wine Estate
    Address: R310 Baden Powell Dr, Stellenbosch, 7603
    Phone: 021 809 1100


    We will only substitute hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are substituted, they will be of equal ratings and standards. If you are not notified of any changes before your sailing, then you will be staying at the lodge listed in the program.


    PROGRAM INCLUDES:

    • 1 night at Protea Hotel Knysna Quays (Standard Non-Lagoon Facing Room) including breakfast
    • 1 night at Queens Hotel (Standard Room) on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
    • 1 night at Spier Wine Estate (Signature Garden Terrace Room) on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
    • Day 1 – Tsitsikamma National Park entrance fees & lunch, including 1 beverage & gratuity
    • Day 1 – Dinner at a local Knysna Waterfront Restaurant including 2 beverages & gratuity
    • Day 2 – Featherbed Eco-Experience including buffet lunch & soft drinks
    • Day2 - Cango Caves Heritage tour (Standard Tour)
    • Day 3 - Ostrich Farm Tour (Classic tour) & lunch in Swellendam including 2 beverages
    • Transport in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles with English-speaking driver
    • Economy class flight to Durban – direct flights not guaranteed
    • Services of a qualified English-speaking tour guide
    • Airport and hotel porterage
    • Bottled water on board the touring vehicles

    • PROGRAM EXCLUDES:

      • Items of personal nature
      • And food or drinks not listed above
      • Gratuities to drivers and guides
      • In room expenses such as phone calls, room service, mini bar
      • Overweight or excess luggage fees on flights
      • Visas if required
      • Any other discounts or promos offered by NCL including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts


      Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies, and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include inclines, cobblestones, sand and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing, hats, sunglasses, and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.


      All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Not combinable with any other discounts or promos including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts.


      Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Mid-cruise overland programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.


    Need to Know:

    Note: One room is included in the per person single or double cost of this program and will be assigned for any bookings up to 2 guests regardless of cabin size on the ship. If additional bedding or rooms are required for this program, please contact Norwegian Cruise Line in advance of travel to request and price accordingly. Requests must be received at least 65 days before departure and confirmations will be based on availability at the time of request.
    • Adult from: $2,476.00 NZD
    • Child from: $2,476.00 NZD
    DURATION 4 Day / 3 Nights
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Garden Route Explorer (LIZ-DUR) - Single Occupancy

    Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa

    Duration 4 Day / 3 Nights

    Enjoy a beautiful scenic drive from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town on your 3-night Garden Route Overland.
    The Garden Route covers diverse vegetation and wildlife, and abundance of lagoons, lakes, mountains, forests, and beaches along its winding roads.


    On your trip you will visit the well-known Tsitsikamma National Park, Knysna Featherbed Nature Reserve, Cango Caves an Ostrich Farm and get a glimpse into the winelands.


    Special Note: Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.


    DAY 1
    Disembark your ship in Port Elizabeth and depart for the lagoon side town of Knysna. En-route to Knysna, stop over and visit Tsitsikamma National Park for spectacular scenery and photographic opportunities.


    Continue your scenic drive to Knysna stopping for lunch at a local restaurant and then proceed to Bloukrans Bridge, the world’s highest commercial bungee bridge for a brief photo stop.


    Your final stop will be Knysna which lies on a lagoon, the mouth of which is guarded by two promontories known as the “Knysna Heads”. The origins of the town name are probably from the Hottentot words 'Xthuys Xna', which mean 'place where the wood is'. An entire industry sprang up around the beautiful yellowwood trees in the surrounding Tsitsikamma Forest, until South Africa's national tree became an endangered species.


    Arrive at your hotel - Protea Hotel Knysna Quays – and check-in. Located on the banks of the famous Knysna Lagoon and facing the sea through the Knysna Heads, this exciting hotel development is also an integral part of the vibrant Knysna Quays Waterfront. Knysna Quays Waterfront is adjacent to the Knysna Quays Hotel offering endless dining and shopping opportunities.


    Spend the afternoon at leisure to enjoy your room or explore your surroundings.


    In the evening, gather at the main reception area and embark on a short walk to the Knysna Quays Waterfront where a lovely dinner awaits at the Drydock Restaurant’s al Fresco terrace, situated on the water’s edge.


    DAY 2
    Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel and proceed with check-out formalities.


    Continue to Knysna Featherbed and board a ferry for your trip to the Featherbed Nature Reserve located on the Western Head.


    On arrival at the reserve, board a 4x4 vehicle and trailer for a drive up the headland onto the Reserve, stopping at spectacular viewpoints. Your tour includes a specialist guide giving information on history, fauna and flora. There is an optional guided 2.2km walk through coastal forest and fynbos into ancient sea caves. Thereafter enjoy lunch at an outdoor restaurant setting under a canopy of Milkwood trees.


    After an exciting visit to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, travel to Oudtshoorn with scenic stops along the way.


    Oudtshoorn, is known as the "Feather Capital of the world" because of its large ostrich industry in the area.


    This town, with its wide-open spaces and broad streets is the capital of the Klein Karoo. It spreads along both banks of the Grobbelaars River, which is a tributary of the Oliphant's River. Its fertile valleys are encompassed by the Swartberg Mountains to the north; and the Outeniqua Mountains to the south. Warm, dry summers and sunny winter days make it the ideal breeding ground for the most majestic of flightless birds - synonymous with Oudtshoorn - the ostrich.


    Continue your journey with a visit to the Cango Caves - the only show cave in Africa. Situated in a limestone ridge parallel to the well-known Swartberg Mountains, you will find the finest dripstone caverns, with their vast halls and towering formations. Here you will embark on a 1-hour standard tour of the Cango Caves.


    After your visit at the caves, proceed to the Queens Hotel for check-in. The remainder of the afternoon is at your leisure with some time to freshen up prior to dinner. Situated next to the world-famous ostrich museum, the colonial style Queens Hotel is in close proximity to a multitude of restaurants, curio and coffee shops. All rooms are air-conditioned – and the hotel also has a swimming pool, which offers respite from the dry heat of the Little Karoo.


    Enjoy a relaxing dinner at the hotel’s restaurant before retiring for the evening.

    NOTE:
    The temperature inside the caves is warm and humid, so light clothing and comfortable footwear are recommended.


    DAY 3
    After a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, proceed with check-out formalities.


    After breakfast, check-out and travel to Safari Ostrich Farm and experience a guided tour of the farm, which traces this unique bird's development. The tour starts in the breeding camp, with a nest of ostrich eggs, where the first stage of the ostrich life cycle is explained. Visitors will get the opportunity to test the strength of the eggs by standing on them - a great photo opportunity. During the breeding season visitors get to see ostrich eggs hatching in the incubator rooms.


    After your visit at the Ostrich Farm, continue your journey to Cape Town. Travel along the N2 Road and then over the Tradouw Pass to Swellendam where you will enjoy a lovely lunch.


    Continue along the N2 Road over the scenic Sir Lowry’s Pass passing through the suburb of Somerset West. Travel to Spier Wine Estate with spectacular views of the winelands.


    Spier, near Stellenbosch, is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms with a recorded history dating back to 1692. Spier wines are among the most awarded in the country. The Spier Hotel features village-style buildings, lush green lawns and spacious rooms situated next to the calming Eerste River. The rooms are clustered around six courtyards, with each courtyard boasting its own swimming pool. The design is reminiscent of the Bo-Kaap or Mediterranean villages where pedestrians have right of way.


    After check-in, you will be shown to your rooms with some time at own leisure to explore the wine farm, you can even go for a wine tasting or relax at the hotel’s gardens or pool.


    Enjoy a delicious dinner where you will have the opportunity to savor some of South Africa’s finest wines produced in the winelands.


    DAY 4
    After breakfast and check out, meet your guide and transfer to the Cape Town International Airport for a flight to Durban.


    On arrival in Durban, you are met by a local English-speaking tour guide who will accompany you on a transfer to the pier where you will re-embark the ship.


    Land Program Step by Step:
    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations that are beyond our control. All program details, including timings and any flights indicated below, are approximate and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change. Direct flights are never guaranteed. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Shore Excursion Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.


    DAY 1
    10:00am Depart Port Elizabeth Harbor and transfer to Tsitsikamma National Park
    12:15pm Visit the Tsitsikamma National Park
    1:00pm Continue to your lunch venue en-route
    1:25pm Enjoy lunch
    2:45pm Continue to Bloukrans Bridge for a brief photo stop
    3:10pm Board your coach and continue to Knysna
    4:10pm Arrive Knysna and continue onto your overnight hotel – check in
    7:00pm Enjoy a lovely dinner at a restaurant located within close proximity to your hotel
    9:00pm After dinner enjoy a walk back to your hotel. Remainder of evening at leisure
    Overnight Knysna Quays Hotel or similar


    DAY 2
    7:00am Enjoy breakfast at the hotel followed by check-out formalities
    9:30am Continue to Knysna Featherbed and check-in for your trip to the Knysna Lagoon
    9:45am Board the Ferry
    10:00am Depart on your Ferry Cruise including a buffet lunch
    12:30pm After your cruise continue to Oudtshoorn with scenic stops along the way
    3:00pm Arrive at the Cango Caves and embark on a guided tour
    4:00pm Continue to the Queens Hotel where you will overnight
    4:30pm Arrive at the hotel and check in
    5:00pm Remainder of the afternoon at own leisure and freshen up prior to dinner
    7:00pm Dinner at the Hotel – The Colony Restaurant or similar venue Overnight Queens Hotel or similar


    DAY 3
    7:00am Breakfast served at the hotel followed by check-out formalities
    8:00am Transfer to the Safari Ostrich Farm
    8:30am Arrive at the Safari Ostrich Farm and start your tour of the farm
    9:30am Continue to Cape Town with a stop at Swellendam to enjoy lunch
    12:00pm Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Swellendam
    1:30pm Board your coach and travel to Spier Wine Estate with comfort stops en-route.
    4:00pm Arrive at Spier Wine Estate and check-in
    4:15pm Spend the remainder of the afternoon at own leisure and freshen up prior to dinner
    7:00pm Dinner is served at the Hotel
    Overnight Spier Wine Estate or similar


    DAY 4
    06:30am Early morning wake-up call and enjoy breakfast followed by check-out formalities
    7:15am Depart lodge and transfer to Cape Town Airport
    8:00am Check-in for your flight to Durban
    9:35am Flight to Durban (flight details TBA and subject to change)
    11:35am Arrive in Durban and meet your guide
    12:00pm Transfer to the Durban harbor where you will re-join the ship
    1:00pm Approximate arrival time at Durban harbor


    Expected Weather:
    Approximately 28°C / 82°F


    What to Bring:
    Light, loose comfortable clothing, sunhat, sunblock, camera, something warm as the evenings can become cool


    Local Currency:
    ZAR (credit cards accepted)


    Electricity
    South Africa’s electrical system is 220/230 volts A/C 50 cycles. Most hotels and lodges have hair dryers but we recommend that if you bring electric appliances, you take along an international converter kit complete with a set of adapter plugs.
    Outlets in South Africa require a three-pronged adapter plug with 3 round prongs.


    Luggage information
    Guests are permitted to bring free of charge one checked bag weighing no more than 20kg (44 lbs) and one small carry-on bag weighing no more than 7kg (15 lbs)


    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations)

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.
    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)
    3. These documents need to be sent to the Shore Excursion Team via Reservations at NCL at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).
    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which NCL nor our local ground operator be responsible for.


    Documents and Visa Requirements:
    Guests must bring their passport with them
    Please consultant the embassy to obtain the latest visa regulations for your nationality.


    VERY IMPORTANT – The name on your cruise booking, passport and any visas if required, must all be exactly the same for flight ticket purchase for this program otherwise guests may be denied travel by flight. Please ensure that all documents are identical in spelling to the names provided for your cruise reservation including first, middle and last name. Manifests generated by the cruise line must match your travel documents.


    Hotel addresses:
    Knysna Quays Hotel
    Address: Waterfront Dr, Knysna Central, Knysna, 6571
    Phone: 044 382 5005


    Queens Hotel – Oudtshoorn
    Address: Eden, Baron Van Reede St, St, Oudtshoorn, 6625
    Phone: 044 272 2101


    Spier Wine Estate
    Address: R310 Baden Powell Dr, Stellenbosch, 7603
    Phone: 021 809 1100


    We will only substitute hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are substituted, they will be of equal ratings and standards. If you are not notified of any changes before your sailing, then you will be staying at the lodge listed in the program.


    PROGRAM INCLUDES:

    • 1 night at Protea Hotel Knysna Quays (Standard Non-Lagoon Facing Room) including breakfast
    • 1 night at Queens Hotel (Standard Room) on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
    • 1 night at Spier Wine Estate (Signature Garden Terrace Room) on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
    • Day 1 – Tsitsikamma National Park entrance fees & lunch, including 1 beverage & gratuity
    • Day 1 – Dinner at a local Knysna Waterfront Restaurant including 2 beverages & gratuity
    • Day 2 – Featherbed Eco-Experience including buffet lunch & soft drinks
    • Day2 - Cango Caves Heritage tour (Standard Tour)
    • Day 3 - Ostrich Farm Tour (Classic tour) & lunch in Swellendam including 2 beverages
    • Transport in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles with English-speaking driver
    • Economy class flight to Durban – direct flights not guaranteed
    • Services of a qualified English-speaking tour guide
    • Airport and hotel porterage
    • Bottled water on board the touring vehicles

    • PROGRAM EXCLUDES:

      • Items of personal nature
      • And food or drinks not listed above
      • Gratuities to drivers and guides
      • In room expenses such as phone calls, room service, mini bar
      • Overweight or excess luggage fees on flights
      • Visas if required
      • Any other discounts or promos offered by NCL including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts


      Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies, and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include inclines, cobblestones, sand and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing, hats, sunglasses, and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.


      All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Not combinable with any other discounts or promos including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts.


      Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Mid-cruise overland programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.


    Need to Know:

    Note: One room is included in the per person single or double cost of this program and will be assigned for any bookings up to 2 guests regardless of cabin size on the ship. If additional bedding or rooms are required for this program, please contact Norwegian Cruise Line in advance of travel to request and price accordingly. Requests must be received at least 65 days before departure and confirmations will be based on availability at the time of request.
    • Adult from: $2,940.54 NZD
    • Child from: $2,940.54 NZD
    DURATION 4 Day / 3 Nights
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Wild Horses of the Namib

    Luderitz, Namibia

    Duration 4 hrs

    Drive into the seemingly lifeless Namib Desert to watch a herd of wild horses drink at a watering hole, during which you will learn how they have adapted to the harsh conditions.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a 90-minute picturesque drive into the vast Namib Desert, which stretches for more than 1,200 miles along the Atlantic coast. Although the land is barren and nearly uninhabited, the animals that remain have skillfully adapted to the unforgiving, yet eerily beautiful environment.


    The Wild Horses of the Namib are a perfect example. While their origins are a mystery, the horses are not indigenous. I is believed that they may be descendants of horses from a shipwreck in the late 19th century, or runaways from German troops in World War I, but it’s not known for sure.


    From the comfort of a covered observation stand, you will observe the horses as they drink at the Garub Water Hole. While there is no telling how many horses will show up, typically more than a dozen gather to drink their fill before heading back into mountains. You may notice the horses turning their backs to the sun so it shines along their spines not sides, which minimizes the effects of the direct sunlight and reduces dehydration.


    Before returning to the pier, be sure to ask your guide to explain other extraordinary ways that the horses have adapted to the desert.

    Need to Know:

    NOTES: This tour includes approximately 45-minutes of moderate walking/standing. The surfaces are primarily gravel. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair; are able to make their own way on and off the coach, and have an able bodied companion to assist them. Those with walking difficulties are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Casual, weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a bottle of water from the ship; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Sightings of the wild horses while very likely, is not guaranteed. Vehicles of varying sizes may be used, and while the coaches and minivans are well-maintained, they are basic in nature and the quality can vary.


    • Adult from: $277.18 NZD
    • Child from: $277.18 NZD
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Architecture & Sake Museum of Kobe

    Himeji, Japan

    Duration 7 hrs

    Recognize the craftsmanship behind some of Kobe’s finest architecture by browsing a carpentry museum, followed by an enlightening look at sake production at a museum dedicated to Japan’s most iconic drink. The Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum is the only venue of its kind in Japan, and its collection of mostly hand tools is astounding. The museum building is equally remarkable, as master craftsmen built it using traditional techniques and materials such as juraku clay and Ibushi-smoked roof tiles. The Kikumasamune Sake Museum is just as devoted to the finer points of Japan’s revered rice wine. Besides gaining an understanding of how sake is processed, you will sample a selection of the drink, whose origins predate recorded history. Kobe’s acclaimed Nada district is Japan’s largest sake producer, so expect the tastes to vary. Back in Himeji, you will pause at its elegant castle, a 17th-century landmark so distinctive that it earned a UNESCO World Heritage site designation.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Browse the Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum, the only one of its kind in Japan.
    • See how sake is produced at the museum dedicated to it and then sample some sake.
    • Behold Himeji Castle, an outstanding example of 17th-century Japanese castle architecture.

    Need to Know:

    This tour includes approximately 3 hours of walking. It is not recommended for guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Casual clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary. Please bring local currency for any purchases. The drinking age in Japan is 20 years old.

    • Adult from: $308.15 NZD
    • Child from: $308.15 NZD
    DURATION 7 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    • Meal
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    Go Local - Meet the Locals - Historical Cultural Experience

    Kralendijk, Bonaire

    Duration 2 hrs

    Discover the most fascinating aspects of Bonaire’s history on an enlightening walk through downtown and through stories from costumed characters in the Terramar Museum.


    While strolling through the heart of Kralendijk, the island’s capital, you will see how the 17th-century Dutch-built Fort Oranje has been converted into the island’s main courthouse. Similarly, the Parliament House was once the private residence of a prominent family. As revealing as these architectural insights will be, few experiences will be quite so revealing as listening to the museum’s historical actors describe what life was like in the past. You may hear about the Dutch colonizers, how slavery was abolished and the origins of the island’s traditions. The exhibits cover more than 7,000 years of history through artifacts recovered from shipwrecks, 3D reconstructions, descriptive timelines and historical photographs.


    After browsing the museum, you will have time for shopping at a market near the harbor.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of walking. It is available to guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair and have a companion to assist them. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. There is shopping opportunity for some souvenirs during you walking tour.
    • Adult from: $116.14 NZD
    • Child from: $100.65 NZD
    DURATION 2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Limited Accessibility
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    Lyttelton Discovery Cruise

    Lyttelton, New Zealand

    Duration 2 1/2 hrs

    Board a catamaran for a refreshing discovery cruise around scenic Lyttelton Harbour, an extinct volcanic crater and gateway to the Antarctic. Your vessel skims the seas gracefully as your skipper provides fascinating commentary about the sights you’re seeing and their ties to the region’s earliest Maori and European settlers. Sip a warming cup of tea or coffee, learn of the legends of Ripapa Island, and go in search of playful Hector’s dolphins, the world’s smallest and rarest oceanic dolphin – only found in New Zealand. Gray with black-and-white markings, these petite cetaceans are often seen leaping and frolicking around these waters.


    You’ll also see ample evidence of the harbor’s violent, volcanic origins. This entire sheltered body of water lies in the caldera of an extinct volcano. Your journey will reveal that much of the jagged coastal terrain left behind now serves as nesting habitat for marine birds such as spotted shags, white-fronted terns and several species of gulls. After about two hours on the water, you’ll return to the pier with a keen understanding of this scenic New Zealand seaport.

    Need to Know:

    NOTES: This tour includes a limited amount of walking mainly at the guest’s discretion. It is available to guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair, can make their way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina.

    • Adult from: $151.60 NZD
    • Child from: $151.60 NZD
    DURATION 2 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Best of Montenegro

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 6 1/2 hrs

    Start your tour with a short walk to Kotor, which is well-preserved and surrounded by a protective wall built in the Middle Ages. Discover the Renaissance-style 18th-century Prince’s Palace and the striking Romanesque Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, one of Kotor’s largest and most revered buildings, built in 1166 to honor the patron and protector of the city. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of Kotor’s past as you explore these iconic steppingstones of Montenegrin history. Board your coach and continue along steep slopes to Nevjesta Jadrana venue with the best view of Boka Bay. This is an area of powerful contrasts. To one side towers the cold Montenegrian mountains and opposite them you will find the wealth and mildness of one of the most beautiful bays in the world. The road carries you on to 15th-century Cetinje, once the Montenegrin capital, and Kotor’s medieval fortified Old Town, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Following a route that inspired playwright George Bernard Shaw to wax poetic about its beauty, you’ll understand his enchantment as you pass majestic mountains on one side and a sparkling cerulean bay on the other. In Cetinje, the former center of Montenegrin rule, visit the neoclassical Museum of King Nikola, once a palace and seat of the Montenegrin royal family. Settle in for a captivating ride along the Budva Riviera, a resort area known for its nearly eight miles of sun-drenched beaches. You’ll journey to the Carpet shop in Grbalj plain. The invention of the rugs and kilims originated from the need to cover the bare grounds inside the tents, in order to warm it as much as possible (nothing is better than wool). Invertors of rugs and kilims were semi nomads and nomads living of the sheep rearing. After little bit more than a century of pause, the 500-year long Osman influence returns to Montenegro in a form of the oriental handmade rugs and kilims. Great variety of rugs and kilims, all kinds of sizes, designs and colors are here to floor your home. The experienced staff will gladly help you choose the ones that will suit your home and stay for following generations adding up in value over the years. Every product is made by hand and will be issued with a certificate of origin. Free home delivery is provided worldwide. For you, not wishing to spend time here, a shuttle to Kotor will be at disposal.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Discover Kotor’s walled Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
    • See the 12th-century Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, built in homage to the city’s patron and protector.
    • Wend your way along a road so lovely that it inspired playwright George Bernard Shaw.
    • Enjoy a snack of local favorites, perhaps savory smoked ham and delicious cheeses.
    • Visit Cetinje, named honorary capital of Montenegro in recognition of its past importance.
    • Explore the Museum of King Nikola, housed in what was once his palace.
    • Travel along the Budva Riviera, a holiday destination renowned for its expansive beaches.
    • Shop for rugs and kilims.


    Need to Know:

    Note: We recommend you dress in layers and bring a jacket or windbreaker as you’ll experience lower temperatures in the mountains. Tour reaches altitudes of nearly 4,300 ft./1300 m above sea level and part of the drive takes you through winding mountain roads; guests who suffer from high blood pressure or motion sickness should consider this when selecting this tour. There is approximately 1 1/2 miles of walking over flat surfaces and cobblestones with approximately 30 steps. Guests who would like to skip the shop will be taken back to the port. For the guests that stayed shopping, the shuttle bus will be provided to take them back to the port.
    • Adult from: $199.75 NZD
    • Child from: $137.81 NZD
    DURATION 6 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    • Snack
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    Kauai Hiking Adventures

    Nāwiliwili, Kaua`i

    Duration 5 hrs

    Hike a winding forest trail through some of the most spectacular countryside on Kauai, a natural wonderland that lives up to its nickname, the “Garden Island.”


    After departing from the pier, you will learn about the history of Kauai from the local guide, who will regale you with stories of the “Garden Island.” The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain, Kauai is covered by tropical rainforest, emerald-green valleys and jagged mountains of volcanic origin. It is a gorgeous setting for hiking through the forest.


    The trail that you will follow covers about five miles and is immensely picturesque the entire time. As you hike through the lush wilderness, you will gaze out over some of the most extraordinary terrain in Hawaii. You can expect to see thundering waterfalls, primeval mountains and deep valleys, all created by ancient volcanic activity.


    Along the way, the guide will point out the most interesting flora and fauna, especially those endemic to Kauai. You may see indigenous white plumbago in bloom, unusual ferns on the forest floor, brightly colored bromeliads clinging to tree branches and native forest birds such as the Kauai Amakihi and the Anianiau, the smallest of Hawaii’s honeycreepers.


    After about three hours of hiking in this natural wonderland, you will be served a light boxed lunch in a nearby picnic area. You will also have time to explore a bit on your own.


    Need to Know:

    Note: Not suitable for guest with existing medical conditions such as but no limited to bad knees, sore back, respiratory problems, allergies to plants and trees. Recommended for active guest - must be able to hike 5 miles/8 kilometers round trip, 700ft/214 meter elevation gain. Slippery, uneven, muddy surfaces in some areas. Expose to the elements and unforeseen rain at times. Hiking shoes or athletic shoes with good traction, comfortable lightweight clothing, rain jacket, small backpack for personal items, hat and mosquito repellant are recommended.
    • Adult from: $354.60 NZD
    • Child from: $323.63 NZD
    DURATION 5 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
    • Meal
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    Sail Huahine by Catamaran

    Huahine, French Polynesia

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Cruise through the gorgeous lagoon surrounding Huahine and stop along the way for a refreshing dip in translucent, turquoise waters. This picture-perfect setting captures the classic South Pacific of our dreams, a fabulously lush, unspoiled paradise where coconut palms are among the most substantial structures – all ringed by pale, clear waters. And one of the best ways to appreciate this idyllic landscape is from the shaded salon or open-air trampoline decks of a catamaran. This shallow-draft vessel is ideal for snuggling in for spectacular, up-close views of tiny coves that deeper-hulled boats can’t reach. As you circle the lagoon, you’ll see that Huahine is actually made up of two main islands, both of volcanic origin – with just the trace of a sandy land bridge connecting them at lowest tide. After a time spent admiring it all from the boat, your captain will find a perfect spot to stop so you can slip into the water and enjoy the delicious feel of the South Pacific itself on your skin.


    Need to Know:

    Guests will transfer to/from the pier by small dingy and will use a ladder to enter and exit the catamaran. Guests will be asked to remove their shoes on entering the catamaran. Those choosing to enter the water should be in good physical condition, be comfortable swimming in deep water and able to cope with occasional currents. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Guests are cautioned not to touch or step on any coral for both safety and environmental reasons. There is a restroom aboard the catamaran. Those who participate in water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility; participants may be required to sign a waiver to take part in the tour.

    • Adult from: $261.69 NZD
    • Child from: $261.69 NZD
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Peaceful Moments in Alfabia Gardens

    Palma, Majorca, Spain

    Duration 5 hrs

    Stroll the cobblestone paths of Alfabia Gardens, an oasis of greenery that surrounds an estate dating to the 13th century. An official Cultural Heritage Site, the gardens contain rare species from all over the world. While meandering about, you may see pomegranate trees with twisted trunks, Indian horse chestnuts, Spanish firs and the Queen’s Garden, an enchanting greenspace redesigned for Isabella II’s visit in the mid-19th century. Even so, the highlight may be the 72-column pergola adorned with dozens of sculptures and concealed jets that shoot graceful arcs of water through the air. Following a leisurely lunch in the gardens, you will visit Bellver Castle, a spectacular Gothic landmark from the 14th century. Its round design is unusual among Spanish castles and the seemingly impenetrable fortress is just as fascinating inside. As you ramble about the hilltop castle, you will appreciate the origin of its name Bellver, which means “lovely view” in Catalan.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Enjoy the serenity of Alfabia Gardens, a botanical gem built around a 13th-century estate. • Follow the cobblestone paths through one exotic garden area after another. • Explore the 14th-century Gothic landmark Bellver Castle and take in the panoramic views.


    HELPFUL HINTS:
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing. • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.

    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes of moderate walking/standing. There will be 4 steps to enter/exit the motor coach. Guests will have to manage 40 steps as well as paved and cobble stone surfaces throughout the excursion. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested.
    • Adult from: $199.75 NZD
    • Child from: $199.75 NZD
    DURATION 5 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    • Meal
    Available languages:

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. Tour descriptions and prices vary by ship and sailing date and are subject to change without notice. Log into My NCL for the applicable information specific to your cruise.

Printed on Friday, May 27, 2022 at 02:45pm