Cruise
Black Watch
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Black Watch, Wonders of the World 2018 Sector ex Callao to Port Klang
Selected Sailing Date: 29 Jan 2018
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$8,132.57
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Cruise Description

47 Night Cruise departing from Callao to Port Klang onboard Black Watch.

Join Black Watch in Callao, Peru, and cruise to the isolated but breath-taking Easter Island, with its imposing monolithic Maoi statues, featuring ‘living faces’ of ancient ancestors carved in rock, sitting with their backs to the sea, watching over the land. From here, Black Watch heads to the paradise islands of Tahiti and Bora-Bora, before you ‘lose’ a day crossing the International Date Line, and arrive in Auckland, New Zealand. From here, you can visit the famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves or take a trip to the top of the imposing Sky Tower. Discover world-famous wonders in Sydney, including the iconic Opera House and exciting Taronga Zoo.

Brisbane is one of the world's fastest developing cities, with its harmonious mix of elegant colonial sandstone structures and modern glass skyscrapers; whereas Hamilton Island offers a huge range of water-based activities to explore the marine life of this beautiful part of the world.

UNESCO-protected Komodo Island, home to the world’s largest lizard, is the next fascinating stop on this Black Watch cruise, and is in stark contrast to the skyscraper-laden skies of Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. However, these bustling cities sit quite comfortably with cultural and historical buildings.

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