|Day 1-2||Fly to Melbourne – Australia|
|Day 3||Arrive Melbourne – Australia (Deluxe Hotel Stay) Melbourne has a great balance of traditional restaurants, cafes and cultural destinations, yet still maintains a low-key vibe. The Yarra River runs through the city, South of which you’ll find most of the museums, theatres, concert halls and the Royal Botanical Gardens.|
|Day 4||Melbourne – Australia (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 5||Embark Celebrity Solstice in Melbourne – Australia|
|Day 6||At Sea|
|Day 7||Sydney – Australia You’ll find lots to do by the beautiful port of Sydney. Tourists often visit the iconic harbour in Circular Quay which hosts the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.|
|Day 8||At Sea|
|Day 9||At Sea|
|Day 10||Milford Sound/ Doubtful Sound/ Dusky Sound|
|Day 11||Dunedin – New Zealand Dunedin is a thriving, with its Scottish history and architecture. The city offers interesting museums and galleries, as well as, fresh seafood at a variety of restaurants and several shore excursion options.|
|Day 12||Akaroa – New Zealand The small town of Akaroa packs a punch, with its extinct volcano, galleries, coffee shops and restaurants. Visitors can also enjoy nature walks, sailing or you can keep the little ones entertained with a dolphin swimming excursion.|
|Day 13||At Sea|
|Day 14||Tauranga – New Zealand With Mount Maunganui and Rotorua situated nearby, visitors have a choice of shore excursions, including a visit to geothermal park, the Lady Knox hot spring and the Mount Maunganui hike.|
|Day 15||Auckland – New Zealand (Deluxe Hotel Stay) Auckland is New Zealand’s biggest city, and is the most bustling and cosmopolitan of all. You can experience the fantastic food and wine that Auckland has to offer, check out the galleries, or head on an adventure. Its close proximity to the water only adds to its appeal, as well as the 46 volcanic hills scattered around the city.|
|Day 16||Auckland – New Zealand (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 17||Auckland – New Zealand. Fly to UK|
|Day 18||Arrive UK|
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Launced in 2008, refit in 2012, Celebrity Solstice is home to many of the fleets first-at-sea activities; from The Lawn Club to the Hot Glass Show, she offers a range of unique experiences and facilities for guests to try out and take part in. With a wide range of speciality restaurants, Celebrity Solstice provides a relaxing, premium cruise experience ideally suited to couples and passengers of all ages, as well as families.
A Balcony Stateroom is a luxurious home away from home with both indoor and outdoor space. Enjoy your spacious lounge with spectacular views through floor-to-ceiling windows, or step through the sliding glass doors onto your own private balcony with a front row seat of the horizon.
Concierge Class Staterooms are all about attention to every little detail. It’s the perfect choice if you want to relax knowing everything is taken care of, and just how you like it. From stress-free priority check-in, to a personalised Concierge service, all of your travel needs will be in hand.
AquaClass Staterooms are perfect for those seeking restoration and relaxation. Enjoy your private balcony, soothing luxurious extras, free unlimited access to the Persian Garden spa lounge, and spa-inspired restaurant Blu. You’ll receive priority check-in and express luggage delivery too.
25 Feb 2020
FREE Upgrade to Balcony
FREE Drinks Package (Worth Over $690pp)
FREE Gratuities & $200 Onboard Cabin Spend
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