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Le Soléal New Zealand Cruise

9.350€ 10.390€ 10% off

About this cruise

Embark on a 15-day cruise adventure in New Zealand, departing from Dunedin on the Le Soléal ship. Explore enchanting destinations throughout your journey in New Zealand.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (9.350€) 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
23/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 - 18.940€ 15.530€ 25.430€
06/01/2024 - 20/01/2024 - 20.080€ 14.350€ 23.470€
03/12/2024 - 17/12/2024 - 18.010€ 10.080€ 16.320€
17/12/2024 - 31/12/2024 - 18.010€ 10.080€ 16.320€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
23/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 - 19.640€ 21.160€ 34.360€
06/01/2024 - 20/01/2024 - 20.780€ 22.400€ 36.420€
03/12/2024 - 17/12/2024 - 18.700€ 20.160€ 32.640€
17/12/2024 - 31/12/2024 - 18.700€ 20.160€ 32.640€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
23/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 - 19.640€ - 35.900€
06/01/2024 - 20/01/2024 - 20.780€ - 40.160€
03/12/2024 - 17/12/2024 - 18.700€ - 34.100€
17/12/2024 - 31/12/2024 - 18.700€ - 34.100€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand. Departure time: 19:00. Dunedin, the Gaelic name for the port city of Edinburgh, is famous for its historical buildings. The cityscape is in Victorian, Edwardian, and Flemish style. The second largest city on the South Island, with almost 120,000 inhabitants, was founded by the Scots in the mid-19th century. The city center is located at the "Octagon," an octagonal square. Numerous cafes and museums are located around it. Major attractions include the oldest university in New Zealand with a stylistic clock tower, Dominican Priory, whisky distillery, and the Otago Early Settler Museum.

Day 2: Ulva Island, New Zealand. Ulva Island ist eine kleine Insel vor der Küste Neuseelands. Bekannt für ihre üppige Vegetation und reiche Vogelwelt, ist sie ein beliebtes Ziel für Naturliebhaber und Vogelbeobachter. Die Insel beherbergt eine Vielzahl einheimischer Arten, darunter den South Island saddleback, Stewart Island robin und yellowhead. Mit ihrer ruhigen Atmosphäre und unberührten natürlichen Schönheit bietet Ulva Island eine einzigartige und friedliche Flucht aus den geschäftigen Städten Neuseelands.

Day 3: Doubtful Sound, New Zealand. The vast, remote area of the untouched fjord "Doubtful Sound" overwhelms every visitor. Due to heavy rainfall, there is a several meter thick layer of fresh water on the sea water, which absorbs light through the washed out plant residues. Therefore, corals can be found here, which are usually only found at greater depths, just a few meters below the water surface. Other inhabitants of the fjord are dolphins, penguins, and fur seals.

Day 3: Dusky Sound, New Zealand. The "Dusky Sound" is the largest fjord in New Zealand. The sight of this huge fjord apparently also impressed Cook. So after its discovery in 1770, he returned for a few weeks to explore the landscape in detail.

Day 4: Milford Sound, New Zealand. The Milford Sound is a fjord on the South Island of New Zealand and is probably one of the country`s biggest tourist attractions. The most popular way to explore the fjord is by water. Numerous boats depart daily and take passengers out onto the water to enjoy the beauty and unique sight of this natural spectacle. A walk from the docking points leads directly to another attraction, the Lady Bowen Falls. From there, you can once again enjoy a breathtaking view of the Milford Sound and the most distinctive mountain in the area, the Mitre Peak.

Day 5: Snares Island, New Zealand. South of the New Zealand mainland lies the Snares Island group. Due to its diverse flora and fauna, it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and is under strict nature protection. Entry to the islands is only permitted with a special permit. They are characterized by rocky cliffs and untouched nature. Snares Island provides a home to numerous bird species and seals also frolic in the waters around the islands.

Day 6: Auckland Islands, New Zealand. The uninhabited island group is located south of the New Zealand mainland. In 1998, the volcanic island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Due to rainfall on an average of 28 days per month and winds typically reaching speeds of about 60 km/h, the islands are known for the disasters of numerous sailors. The Auckland Islands have been uninhabited since 1854, when the last Maoris abandoned their attempt to settle on the island. Today, only scientists temporarily live there to study the area around the island group.

Day 7: Sea day.

Day 8: Macquarie Island (Tasmania), Australia. Halfway between Tasmania and Antarctica in the Southern Pacific Ocean lies Macquarie Island. The island, which belongs to Tasmania, was formed by the collision of the Australian and Pacific Plates. The uninhabited island measures 35km in length and is only 5km wide.

Day 9: Macquarie Island (Tasmania), Australia. Halfway between Tasmania and Antarctica in the Southern Pacific Ocean lies Macquarie Island. The island, which belongs to Tasmania, was formed by the collision of the Australian and Pacific Plates. The uninhabited island measures 35km in length and is only 5km wide.

Day 10: Sea day.

Day 11: Campbell Island, New Zealand. Campbell Island is a New Zealand island located about 700 km south of the New Zealand mainland. The island can only be accessed with permission, as it serves as a breeding ground for rare bird species and is therefore under special protection. Penguins, albatrosses, petrels, and the Campbell teal thrive on this subantarctic island. The landscape is mostly covered by native grass species, but ferns, mosses, and introduced fir trees also grow on Campbell Island.

Day 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Antipodes Islands, New Zealand. Die Antipoden-Inseln sind eine abgelegene und unbewohnte Inselgruppe in der subantarktischen Region Neuseelands. Bekannt für ihre raue und unberührte Schönheit, sind diese Inseln ein Paradies für Wildtiere, mit bedeutenden Populationen von Seevögeln und Meeressäugern. Die Inseln sind ein ausgewiesenes Naturreservat und bieten Besuchern die Möglichkeit, eine echte unberührte Wildnis zu erleben.

The Antipodes Islands are a remote and uninhabited archipelago located in the subantarctic region of New Zealand. Known for their rugged and untouched beauty, these islands are a haven for wildlife, with significant populations of seabirds and marine mammals. The islands are a designated nature reserve, offering visitors the opportunity to experience a true sense of untouched wilderness.

Day 14: Sea day.

Day 15: Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand. Arrival time: 06:30. Dunedin, the Gaelic name for the port city of Edinburgh, is famous for its historical buildings. The cityscape is in Victorian, Edwardian, and Flemish style. The second largest city on the South Island, with almost 120,000 inhabitants, was founded by the Scots in the mid-19th century. The city center is located at the "Octagon," an octagonal square. Numerous cafes and museums are located around it. Major attractions include the oldest university in New Zealand with a stylistic clock tower, Dominican Priory, whisky distillery, and the Otago Early Settler Museum.