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Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. One of the world’s great cities and harbours, Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. Even before the 2000 Olympics, cruises to Sydney had much to offer – hosting the games just made the city even better with improved facilities and extra dining and entertainment venues all round. From the waterside restaurants fringing the historic Rocks district, the Sydney cruise tour takes you around Sydney Cove past the Circular Quay ferry terminal to that remarkable Opera House and the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens.
Carnival transports you to the heart of Noumea, in its vibrant capital city of New Caledonia. Renowned as the Paris of the Pacific, you can channel French-style savoir-faire. Aside from ordering delicious croissants (in perfect French of course), there’s plenty of other great stuff to keep you busy. All you gotta do is choose which is more your style. Are you more in the mood for a day at the beach? Or would you rather the hustle and bustle of the city? Perhaps a bit of both?
Mare is the South Pacific at its best; think water so crystal clear blue it looks fake, so full of fish and turtles you’ll want to snorkel forever, think untouched beauty, think a tropical paradise, think aaaahh, now I’m truly on holiday! Divided into eight districts, Maré offers something for everyone. Jagged basalt rocks are evidence of the island’s first volcanic activity, dark forests stretch to the cliffs’ edges and its central plane is scattered with grottos and natural pools where fish and turtles abound.
Lifou Isle is a land of scenic and sensory contrast. The white sands, crystal waters, renowned dive spots and hiking paths make Lifou Isle a must-visit South Pacific destination. The weather is super sunny all year round so you should totally hit the water and hang with the friendly fishies. Especially because Lifou Isle has the brightest marine life around.
The Isle of Pines is nicknamed ‘the closest island to paradise’ and once you disembark upon its shores, you’ll understand why. It is located within the crystal blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, and is a gem in the south of New Caledonia. The French-Pacific territory is well renowned for its tropical climate, pristine beaches, untouched coral reefs, along with a relaxed, island culture.