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Queen Victoria cruise from San Francisco to Sydney with visits to USA, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, and Australia - 26 days

4.393€

About this cruise

Embarque em uma aventura de cruzeiro de 26 dias na Nova Zelândia, partindo de San Francisco e seguindo em direção a Sydney a bordo do navio Queen Victoria. Durante sua jornada, você terá a oportunidade de explorar vários destinos cativantes nos Estados Unidos, Samoa, Fiji, Nova Zelândia e Austrália.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (4.393€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
07/02/2024 - 04/03/2024 7.120€ 8.140€ 8.980€ 28.650€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
07/02/2024 - 04/03/2024 8.790€ 9.590€ 19.310€ 31.030€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
07/02/2024 - 04/03/2024 8.790€ 9.590€ 19.310€ 30.550€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
07/02/2024 - 04/03/2024 8.790€ 9.590€ 19.310€ 30.550€

Cruise Route

Day 1: San Francisco (California), USA. San Francisco is located on the American West Coast and most of its attractions can be easily reached on foot. The most famous one is probably the Golden Gate Bridge, a suspension bridge that connects San Francisco to Marin County and provides a good connection to the surrounding area. One can get a breathtaking view of the city from the Twin Peaks, a pair of peaks located in the southwest of the city center. The Fisherman`s Wharf is also very well-known, with its main attraction being a pier that leads into the bay and houses several shops and restaurants. Additionally, visitors can find sea lions there, which always attract a large number of visitors.

Day 2 - 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Honolulu (Oahu), Hawaii. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii. With a population of 1.24 million, it is the largest city between America and Asia. The main attractions in Hawaii include the memorials "Pearl Harbor" and "Punchbowl National Cemetery", the Royal Palace (the only one ever built on US soil), and the extinct volcanoes "Diamond Head" and "Koko Head".

Day 7: Honolulu (Oahu), Hawaii. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii. With a population of 1.24 million, it is the largest city between America and Asia. The main attractions in Hawaii include the memorials "Pearl Harbor" and "Punchbowl National Cemetery", the Royal Palace (the only one ever built on US soil), and the extinct volcanoes "Diamond Head" and "Koko Head".

Day 8 - 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Apia (Upolu), Samoa. Apia is both the largest city on the island of Upolu and the capital of Samoa. Despite its important function, the port city has maintained a village-like character. Most of Apia`s attractions are located in the city center, near the harbor, such as the clock tower (the old landmark of the city), the government building, and the museum "of old and modern Samoan history". Just five kilometers from the city center is the 15-meter-high natural water slide "Papaseea Sliding Rocks". The village of Vailima is also worth a visit. This is where the world-famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson spent his final years. One of his most famous works is "Treasure Island".

Day 14: Sea day.

Day 15: Suva (Viti Levu), Fiji. Suva is the capital and main port of the island state of Fiji in Oceania. It is located on the main island of Viti Levu. The Fiji Museum, established in 1904, is worth a visit: the collection of indigenous art and artifacts provides insight into the history and culture of the islanders. The Thurston Botanical Gardens are home to plants from the entire South Pacific region. The Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, located 18 km from the capital, is a nature reserve and recreational area with picturesque waterfalls, nature trails, picnic areas, and small lakes.

Day 16 - 17: Sea day.

Day 18: Auckland, New Zealand. With over 1 million inhabitants, Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. It is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea. Its nickname "City of Sails" is due to the "thousand boats" that dwell in its harbor. The metropolis spans an 11 km wide strait of volcanic rock and is a paradise for water enthusiasts. North of Auckland, the "Leigh Marine Reserve" offers abundant opportunities for underwater activities. A cultural attraction is the "Auckland Museum".

Day 19: Sea day.

Day 20: Wellington, New Zealand. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, is surrounded by untouched hills. It offers excellent shopping opportunities, professional theater performances, cafes, and restaurants for every taste. Wellington is only two kilometers wide and can therefore be easily explored on foot. Te Papa, New Zealand`s national museum, is located right on the harbor. The city is home to both the parliament building and many historic buildings and museums that bring New Zealand`s history to life.

Day 21: Lyttelton (Christchurch), New Zealand. Christchurch is the most British city outside of Britain. Even today, the city founded in 1850 advertises with the slogan "A Touch of English". This influence is particularly unmistakable in the city center. Numerous shops, cafes, parks, and gardens shape the city`s image. Attractions: "Christchurch Cathedral" (founded in 1881), bell tower with panoramic views of the Southern Alps, zoo, "The Wizard" in front of the cathedral, city tour with the nostalgic tram.

Day 22 - 24: Sea day.

Day 25: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or the Darling Harbour entertainment center. A special excursion destination in the surrounding area is the Blue Mountain National Park. The rock formations of the Three Sisters give visitors an insight into the vastness and untouched beauty that the unique continent has to offer.

Day 26: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or the Darling Harbour entertainment center. A special excursion destination in the surrounding area is the Blue Mountain National Park. The rock formations of the Three Sisters give visitors an insight into the vastness and untouched beauty that the unique continent has to offer.