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24 Days | Fire and Ice | Hawaii, Canada + Alaska | Cruise + Coach | 2025

Honolulu - Hilo - Kona - Vancouver - Inside Passage - Hubbard Glacier - Juneau - Ketchikan - Jasper - Banff - Lake Louise

Return Economy Class Airfare from Australia to North America

Experience the two extremes of Fire and Ice on this 24 day Program in 2025

Adventure through the Canadian Rockies buy Coach

Optional Extensions in Hawaii and Las Vegas AVAILABLE!

From $7,999 Typically $9,999 Include flight pp twin share

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Have we got the ULTIMATE Adventure for you!

Do not delay and secure your spot in 2025 experiencing

FIRE and ICE on this Cruise and Coach Tour.


Optional Extensions Available on Check Out

5 Nights in Hawaii* staying at Aston Waikiki or Ohana Waikiki East

AND/OR

3 Nights Las Vegas and Grand Canyon with flights, staying at Harrahs Resort and Day Tour to the Grand Canyon

*Please note if booking the Hawaii extension prior to your cruise your departure date would be 20th April 2025.


Cruising through Hawaii and then onwards to Vancouver, with stops in Hilo and Kona, offering a truly unforgettable adventure. The Hawaiian islands, known for their lush landscapes, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture, create a perfect beginning to this journey. Hilo, on the Big Island, is famous for its lush rainforests, stunning waterfalls, and the mesmerizing Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Kona, on the same island, offers an opportunity to explore coffee plantations and partake in water activities. These stops provide a taste of Hawaii's diversity and natural beauty.

Continuing north, the cruise takes you to Vancouver, Canada, through the breathtaking Inside Passage. As you sail along this scenic route, you'll witness the awe-inspiring glaciers, lush forests, and abundant wildlife of Alaska. Stops in Sitka, Juneau, and Ketchikan offer opportunities to experience the rich culture, wildlife, and natural wonders of this remarkable state. Sitka is known for its Russian heritage and unique wildlife sanctuaries. Juneau, Alaska's capital, offers hiking trails, whale-watching tours, and impressive glaciers. Ketchikan is famous for its vibrant totem pole collections and stunning fjords. Each of these destinations adds layers of adventure to your journey.


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Upon reaching Vancouver, your exploration continues as you embark on a coach tour to Jasper, Banff, and Lake Louise. These Canadian Rockies destinations are renowned for their pristine wilderness, towering mountains, and crystalline lakes. Jasper National Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for hiking, wildlife spotting, and stargazing. Banff, nestled within the national park of the same name, is renowned for its charming town and world-class skiing. Lake Louise, with its turquoise waters and stunning views of the Victoria Glacier, provides the perfect backdrop for relaxation and exploration. The tour back to Vancouver through this natural wonderland will leave you with a deep appreciation for the majesty of the Canadian Rockies.

This cruise and coach tour combination promises a diverse and captivating journey, from the tropical paradise of Hawaii to the rugged beauty of the Alaskan Inside Passage and the pristine wilderness of the Canadian Rockies. It's an adventure that will leave you with a wealth of memories and a deep appreciation for the natural beauty and cultural richness of these remarkable destinations.

 

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Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14 Day 15 Day 16 Day 17 Day 18 Day 19 Day 20 Day 21 Day 22 Day 23 Day 24

Day 1

Australia Honolulu, Hawaii

Today you will check in and depart for your flight to Hawaii! Enjoy the services of your airline as you start your journey into Fire and Ice.

Meals: Inflight Menu

As you cross back over the international date line you will also arrive on Day 1 of the program.

Honolulu, Hawaii

Aloha! Welcome to Hawaii... On arrival into Honolulu make your way through customs, immigration and collect your bag. Make your way to the cruise terminal to start your Fire and Ice cruise.

The ship is set to depart Honolulu at 6PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

Day 2

Hilo, Hawaii

This morning the ship will arrive at 8AM.

The Big Island of Hawaii, often simply referred to as the Big Island, is the largest and youngest of the Hawaiian Islands, located in the central Pacific Ocean. Here are some key facts and information about the Big Island:

  • Size and Geography: The Big Island covers an area of approximately 4,028 square miles (10,432 square kilometers), making it larger than all the other Hawaiian Islands combined. It is known for its diverse geography, which includes volcanoes, lush rainforests, arid deserts, and beautiful coastlines.
  • Volcanoes: The Big Island is home to two of the world's most active and famous volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Kilauea, in particular, has been continuously erupting since 1983 and is one of the most studied and monitored volcanoes on Earth. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on the Big Island and offers a unique opportunity to witness volcanic activity up close.
  • Climate: The island's climate varies depending on its location. The eastern side of the island, facing the prevailing trade winds, is known for its lush rainforests and receives a significant amount of rainfall. In contrast, the western side of the island, often referred to as the "Kona side," is drier and sunnier.
  • Natural Beauty: The Big Island is renowned for its stunning natural beauty. Visitors can explore the otherworldly landscapes created by lava flows, such as the famous black sand beaches, and also enjoy lush botanical gardens, waterfalls, and some of the best stargazing opportunities in the world.
  • Outdoor Activities: The island offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, and fishing. The island's diverse geography provides opportunities for all kinds of adventurers, from exploring lava tubes to trekking through rainforests and relaxing on beautiful beaches.
  • Culture and History: The Big Island has a rich cultural heritage, with a strong connection to Hawaiian traditions. You can visit historic sites, learn about ancient Hawaiian culture, and experience hula and other traditional practices. The island is also home to the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, which preserves a sacred Hawaiian place of refuge.
  • Towns and Cities: Hilo, located on the eastern side of the island, is the largest town and serves as the island's administrative center. Kailua-Kona, on the western side, is a popular tourist destination and offers a variety of restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions.
  • Transportation: The Big Island is served by two major airports, Hilo International Airport and Kona International Airport, making it relatively easy to access from the U.S. mainland and other international destinations.
  • Agriculture: Agriculture is an important part of the island's economy, and it is known for its coffee, macadamia nuts, and tropical fruit production. The Kona coffee grown on the western side of the island is particularly famous.
  • Tourism: Tourism is a major industry on the Big Island, with visitors coming to explore its natural wonders and enjoy outdoor activities. The island offers a wide range of accommodations, from luxury resorts to budget-friendly options.

The Big Island of Hawaii offers a unique blend of natural beauty, outdoor adventure, rich culture, and scientific interest due to its active volcanoes. It's a destination that can appeal to a wide range of interests and is a must-visit for those looking to experience the diverse landscapes of Hawaii.

The ship will remain in Hilo overnight.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

 

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

Day 3

Hilo, Hawaii

Enjoy another near full day in Hilo before the ships departures early this evening.

The Ship will depart this evening at 5PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 4

Kona, Hawaii

Today the ship will arrive at 8AM.

Kailua-Kona is a town on the west coast of Hawaii Island (the Big Island). Hulihee Palace is a former royal vacation home dating from 1838. Mokuaikaua Church, from the 1800s, is Hawaii’s oldest Christian church. On Kailua Bay, reconstructed thatched houses at Kamakahonu National Historic Landmark mark King Kamehameha I’s residence. Colorful coral lies off Kamakahonu Beach. Kailua Pier has boat moorings. 

The ship will depart at 5PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 5

Day at Sea

Today is a full day at sea. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ships facilities.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 6

Day at Sea

Today is a full day at sea. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ships facilities.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 7

Day at Sea

Today is a full day at sea. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ships facilities.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 8

Day at Sea

Today is a full day at sea. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ships facilities.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 9

Day at Sea

Today is a full day at sea. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ships facilities.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 10

Vancouver, Canada

Welcome to Canada! The ship will arrive this morning at 6AM.

Vancouver is a vibrant and diverse city located in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, cultural diversity, and a high quality of life. Here are some key aspects of Vancouver:

  • Geography: Vancouver is situated on the west coast of Canada, along the Pacific Ocean. The city is surrounded by mountains, including the North Shore Mountains to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. This unique geography provides residents and visitors with access to both outdoor and urban activities.
  • Climate: Vancouver has a temperate maritime climate, characterized by mild, wet winters and warm, dry summers. It's one of the few cities in Canada with a relatively mild winter, thanks to the moderating influence of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Natural Beauty: Vancouver is renowned for its natural beauty. Stanley Park, located near the city's downtown core, is a massive urban park with forests, beaches, and the famous Seawall for biking and walking. Grouse Mountain and Whistler Blackcomb are nearby for skiing and outdoor recreation.
  • Cultural Diversity: Vancouver is one of the most culturally diverse cities in Canada. The city has a significant immigrant population, contributing to a rich tapestry of cultures, languages, and cuisines. You can experience a wide range of international foods and cultural events.
  • Economy: Vancouver's economy is diverse, with strengths in industries like technology, film and television production, natural resources, tourism, and international trade. The city is a major gateway to the Asia-Pacific region and the port of Vancouver is one of the largest and busiest in North America.
  • Real Estate: Vancouver is known for its high cost of living, particularly in terms of real estate. The city has experienced a significant housing affordability issue due to high demand and limited supply of housing. This has led to government efforts to address the issue.
  • Education: The city is home to several prestigious universities and colleges, including the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Simon Fraser University (SFU). It is a hub for education and research.
  • Arts and Culture: Vancouver has a thriving arts and culture scene, with numerous theaters, art galleries, and music venues. It is also known for hosting events like the Vancouver International Film Festival.
  • Sports: Vancouver has a strong sports culture, with professional teams such as the Vancouver Canucks (NHL) and the Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS). The city hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
  • Green Initiatives: Vancouver is committed to sustainability and green living. It has implemented various environmental initiatives, including a focus on public transportation, bike lanes, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Vancouver is often cited as one of the most livable cities in the world, and its combination of natural beauty, cultural diversity, and economic opportunities makes it a popular destination for both residents and tourists.

The ship will depart at 430PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 11

Inside Passage, Alaska

Today is a day cruising the inside passage. Make sure you're in prime position on the upper decks or your own balcony if you have upgraded!

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 12

Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Today the ship will arrive at 130PM.

Housed in a refurbished salmon cannery, Icy Strait Point serves as headquarters for a variety of tours and activities. Perched on Chicagof Island, the cruise port is just outside Hoonah, home of Alaska's largest Tlingit community. Tours explore the fishing village's past through the likes of outings in traditional handcarved dugout canoes, and Icy Strait Point has a zipline, adventure center, cannery museum and shops selling native merchandise. The ABC Islands, which include nearby Admiralty and Baranof islands plus Chicagof, boast a high density of brown bears with an estimated 4,200 grizzlies (about one per square mile), so wildlife watching excursions are popular. Lucky tour-goers might even catch a bear swimming the smaller channels between islands. Orcas and humpback whales also are often spotted, along with otters and porpoises.

The ship will depart at 9PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 13

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska (Cruising)

While most of the world's glaciers are receding, North America's largest tidewater glacier is advancing. At 76 miles long and 7 miles wide, Hubbard Glacier presents a majestic sight for passengers cruising across Yakutat Bay on the Alaskan panhandle. One of the behemoth's most impressive stunts is the same reason ships must keep a safe distance from the spot where it occupies Disenchantment Bay: The glacier calves frequently, meaning that large chunks of ice break off from its face and plunge into the water below, creating icebergs. In addition to witnessing this spectacle of nature, keen eyes also can catch glimpses of the area's wildlife, which includes harbor seals, orcas and humpback whales.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 14

Juneau, Alaska

Today the ship will arrive at 730AM.

Juneau is the capital city of the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located in the southeastern part of the state and is the third-largest city in Alaska by population. Here are some key facts and information about Juneau:

  • Location: Juneau is situated in the Panhandle of Alaska, a region known for its stunning natural beauty, with mountains, fjords, and coastal rainforests. The city is located on the Gastineau Channel, which provides access to the Inside Passage, a popular route for cruise ships.
  • Capital of Alaska: Juneau became the capital of Alaska in 1906, when the federal government moved the capital from Sitka. The decision to move the capital was influenced by Juneau's more central location and accessibility compared to Sitka.
  • Government: As the capital city, Juneau is home to the Alaska State Capitol, where the state's legislative and executive branches conduct their business. The Governor's Mansion is also located in Juneau.
  • Economy: Juneau's economy is diverse and relies on government employment, tourism, fishing, and mining. The city is a popular destination for tourists, with visitors drawn to its natural beauty, outdoor activities, and cultural attractions.
  • Outdoor Recreation: Juneau is known for its outdoor recreational opportunities, including hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and glacier tours. Some popular outdoor destinations in the area include Mendenhall Glacier, Tracy Arm Fjord, and Glacier Bay National Park.
  • Mendenhall Glacier: The Mendenhall Glacier is one of Juneau's most iconic natural attractions. It is easily accessible from the city and offers opportunities for hiking, ice climbing, and boat tours.
  • Cultural Attractions: Juneau has a rich cultural scene with several museums and historic sites. The Alaska State Museum showcases the state's history and culture, and the Sealaska Heritage Institute promotes the art, culture, and languages of Alaska Natives.
  • Population: Juneau's population is relatively small compared to other state capitals in the United States. The 2020 census reported a population of around 32,000 residents.
  • Climate: Juneau has a temperate maritime climate, with cool, wet winters and mild, rainy summers. The city receives a significant amount of precipitation, which contributes to the lush rainforest environment in the surrounding area.
  • Transportation: Although Juneau is located in the southeastern part of Alaska, it is not accessible by road due to the rugged terrain and the surrounding mountains. Visitors typically arrive in Juneau by air or by cruise ships.
  • Wildlife: Juneau is a great place for wildlife enthusiasts, with opportunities to spot bald eagles, humpback whales, sea lions, and other marine and terrestrial animals in their natural habitats.

Juneau is a unique city that offers a combination of natural beauty, cultural attractions, and a government presence. It serves as a gateway to the Alaskan wilderness, making it a popular destination for those seeking outdoor adventures and a taste of the Last Frontier.

The ship will depart today at 7PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 15

Ketchikan, Alaska

Today the ship will arrive at 2PM.

Ketchikan is a picturesque city located in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Alaska. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich Native American heritage, and a thriving tourism industry. Here are some key facts and highlights about Ketchikan:

  • Location: Ketchikan is situated on Revillagigedo Island, one of the many islands that make up the Alexander Archipelago in Alaska. It is often referred to as the "Salmon Capital of the World" due to its abundant salmon fisheries.
  • Population: As of my knowledge cutoff date in September 2021, Ketchikan had a population of around 8,000 residents. Please note that population figures may have changed since then.
  • Native Culture: Ketchikan has a strong Native American heritage, with several Native communities residing in the area. The Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian peoples have a significant presence, and their cultural influences can be seen throughout the city.
  • Economy: Historically, Ketchikan's economy has been heavily reliant on fishing, particularly salmon and halibut. In recent years, tourism has become a major economic driver, attracting visitors who come to explore the pristine wilderness, go fishing, and experience the unique local culture.
  • Tourism: Ketchikan is a popular cruise ship destination, with many cruise ships making stops in the city during the summer months. Visitors often take excursions to see the Misty Fjords National Monument, visit the Totem Heritage Center, and explore the Tongass National Forest.
  • Totem Poles: The Totem Heritage Center is a must-visit for those interested in Native American art and culture. It houses a remarkable collection of totem poles and other artifacts, providing insight into the history and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the region.
  • Rainforest Climate: Ketchikan has a maritime climate characterized by abundant rainfall, which contributes to its lush and green landscapes. The city is often referred to as the "Rain Capital of Alaska" due to its high annual precipitation.
  • Outdoor Activities: The surrounding natural beauty offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Misty Fjords National Monument, with its deep fjords, dramatic waterfalls, and rugged cliffs, is a highlight for those who enjoy exploring pristine wilderness areas.
  • Alaska Marine Highway: Ketchikan serves as a vital transportation hub for the Alaska Marine Highway, which connects various coastal communities and offers transportation to and from other parts of Alaska.
  • Arts and Culture: In addition to its Native American heritage, Ketchikan has a thriving arts and cultural scene. The city hosts various events, art galleries, and performing arts venues, making it a hub for creativity and expression.

The ship will depart at 830PM.

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 16

Inside Passage, Alaska

Today is a day cruising the inside passage. Make sure you're in prime position on the upper decks or your own balcony if you have upgraded!

Meals: All Meals Onboard

Accommodation: Celebrity Solstice

 

Day 17

Vancouver

Welcome back to Canada! Today the ship will arrive at 6AM. Disembark and make your way to your hotel and check-in. Enjoy three free days to explore the city and its surroundings at leisure. 

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Barclay Hotel, Moda Hotel or similar

 

Day 18

Vancouver

 

Today is a free day for you to explore Vancouver and its surrounds.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Barclay Hotel, Moda Hotel or similar

 

Day 19

Vancouver

 

Today is a free day for you to explore Vancouver and its surrounds.

Meals: None

Accommodation: Barclay Hotel, Moda Hotel or similar

 

Day 20

Vancouver Jasper

Join the Canadian Rockies tour and depart from Vancouver to drive through the farming communities of the Fraser Valley. Ascend into the Coastal Mountains and follow the Coquihalla Highway to Kamloops, in the arid interior of British
Columbia. After lunch, retrace the route of the famous Overlanders along the North Thompson River to reach your hotel in Jasper. 

Meals: None

Accommodation: Mount Robson Inn or similar

 

Day 21

Jasper Banff

Your day starts with a scenic hike through Maligne Canyon before heading South. Then, travel along the world-famous Icefields Parkway to take in some of nature’s most spectacular mountain scenery. Have your camera ready for possible wildlife sightings! Highlights include Athabasca Falls, Peyto Lake, and the Columbia Icefield. Subject to local conditions on the day, ride the “Ice Explorer” on Athabasca Glacier or visit the Glacier Skywalk. 

Meals: None

Accommodation: Banff Aspen Inn or similar

 

 
Day 22

Banff Lake Louise Banff

Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Banff National Park. Start your morning with a leisurely hike in Johnston Canyon and stroll along the shores of picturesque Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. In the afternoon, visit the world-famous Banff Springs Hotel and Bow Falls. With your free time in Banff, you may also choose from optional activities such as soaking in the natural spa at the Upper Hot Springs or taking a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain. 

Meals: None

Accommodation: Banff Aspen Inn or similar

 

Day 23

Banff Vancouver

This morning, enjoy a drive through Rogers Pass, the highest part of the route to the Rockies. On your scenic return journey through Yoho National Park, catch a glimpse of an engineering marvel: the Spiral Tunnels. Arrive in downtown Vancouver in the evening.  

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Barclay Hotel, Moda Hotel or similar

 

 
Day 24

Vancouver Australia

This morning it's time to check out from your hotel and make your way to the airport for your return flight home. We hope you've had an amazing time away on this Fire and Ice Program through Hawaii, Canada and Alaska!

Meals: Inflight Menu

Inclusions & Exclusions


Inclusions

  •  Return Economy Clas. airfares from Australia to Honolulu & from Vancouver Including all prepayable airport departure taxes
  • 9 Night Hawaiian Islands Cruise one-way from Honolulu to Vancouver then onto the 6 Night Alaska Glacier Cruise, roundtrip from Vancouver
  • Inside cabin aboard Celebrity Solstice with upgrades available on checkout
  • All non-chargeable meals & entertainment on board
  • All pre-payable cruise taxes and port fees
  • Hotels – 7 Nights in mentioned hotels or similar, standard rooms
  • Canadian Rockies Tour – 4 days escorted coach tour visiting Jasper, Banff & Lake Louise
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary

About your cruise ship: Experience a vacation like no other aboard Celebrity Solstice. Relax and enjoy unforgettable spaces, world-class amenities, and all of the distinct features that make our cruises so extraordinary. Enjoy all of the award-winning onboard experiences as we make our way to incredible destinations. Our stylish accommodations include Concierge Class staterooms and spa-inspired AquaClass® with exclusive clean cuisine dining at Blu. The Retreat® experience includes private restaurant dining and 24/7 lounge. Enjoy dining options that include distinctive restaurants with menus crafted by Michelin-starred chef and the most awarded wine collection at sea. Play your favorite outdoor games, catch a concert, or just take in some sun at The Lawn Club. Invigorate your senses and discover an amazing level of soothing spa treatments at The Spa. Relax, rest, and recharge aboard Celebrity Solstice and we’ll take care of every detail, so all you have to do is enjoy your vacation.

Celebrity Solstice is sailing with Starlink - the world’s most advanced broadband satellite internet - to bring you high-speed connectivity for a better onboard experience.

Visas: Please note that entering the United States and Canada requires you to apply for an ETA (Electronic Travel Authority).

Exclusions

  • Visa/ESTA fees
  • Airport & Cruise Port transfers
  • Meals, other than those specified
  • Optional shore excursions & activities
  • Chargeable entertainment on the ship
  • Cruise gratuities
  • Other personal items, such as drinks, shopping, laundry etc.
  • Travel insurance (Highly Recommended)
  • If choosing the Hawaii extension, mandatory Government Resort Fees (these are payable at the hotel)

Please note: The day-by-day descriptions are intended as an indicative guide only. Travel by nature is unpredictable. Weather patterns, ocean conditions, public holidays, travel restrictions and many other factors may necessitate itinerary changes that are ultimately for your benefit. It is essential that you are flexible in this regard. 

Your Cabin: This deal is based on an Inside Cabin. We highly recommend due to the nature of this program and how scenic it will be that you upgrade to an Ocean View or Balcony Cabin. Both are available on check out and subject to availability.

Solo Supplement: There is a solo supplement payable on checkout. Contact us for more details!

Wanting to arrive earlier or stay later: Please contact us to arrange pre or post-arrangements. 

Travel Insurance: We recommend Covermore travel insurance. To quote and book, please click HERE.

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Departure Dates


APR 2025
25 th
Friday 25 Apr 2025  ‐  Sunday 18 May 2025
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