Explore "some of the most spectacularly beautiful scenery on earth" (Rough Guides) with this deal from Cruise Savers, which includes a 3-night stay in Waikiki and a 16-night cruise through the South Pacific to Sydney.
Your flight to Hawaii, a day tour and transfers are also included, all for a total of $2899 per person twin share -- that's an impressive saving of $1800 compared to what other agents are charging for the same holiday.
Other options: Fly from Melbourne for $375 extra, from Brisbane for $620 extra, or Perth for $1250 extra; all prices per person, twin share, with flights home from Sydney included. You can also upgrade to an Oceanview cabin for $270 extra, or a Veranda Cabin for $680 extra per person.
Travel dates: Valid for departure on October 2, 2017.
Book by March 1.
About the cruise holiday: You'll fly into Hawaii to spend three days soaking up the sun on Honolulu's famed white sandy beaches. A guided tour will also give you the chance to explore the historic site of Pearl Harbour, the Arizona Memorial and Honolulu city before embarking the ms Noordam for a 16-night cruise to Sydney.
From Honolulu's shores you'll cross the International Date Line, stopping at Apia in Samoa, praised by Traveller as "utterly bewitching". Your next stop is Suva, Fiji's vibrant capital city, where you can admire the colonial buildings, jungles and mountains; the cruise also calls in at Lautoka, known for its towering palm trees.
Cruising into New Caledonia, you'll dock at Lifou, home to limestone caves and bright coral reefs, visit the Isle of Pines and explore French-influenced Noumea, a "tropical playground" renowned for its World Heritage-listed "dazzling lagoon surrounds" (Lonely Planet) before docking in Sydney Harbour.
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