$4999 – Los Angeles to Barcelona 36-Nt Fly/Cruise/Stay
Sail around the idyllic Caribbean, through the Panama Canal and the Mediterranean
From strolling down the trendy and palm-dotted streets of Los Angeles, and taking a dip in the blue-jewelled waters of Cabo San Lucas, to seeing the pastel-coloured colonial buildings in Cartagena in Colombia and dining on mouth-watering tapas in Barcelona, this 36-night holiday package -- taking you to nine countries-- is caters to all kinds of travellers.
You'll also save up to $611 on the cost of putting it all together yourself.
Here's what's included:
- Return airfares from Sydney and Melbourne*
- Three-night pre-cruise stay in Los Angeles
- 28-night cruise onboard Norwegian Star in an Inside cabin
- Cruise from Los Angeles to Barcelona calling at the Caribbean, through the Panama Canal and the Mediterranean
- All meals and entertainment on board the cruise
- Three-night post-cruise stay in Barcelona
- You can upgrade to an Oceanview or a Balcony cabin
The above price is per person, twin share, based on a 5 April 2018 departure from Sydney or Melbourne. Fly return from Brisbane for an extra $300; Perth for an extra $100.
From Australia, fly to Los Angeles, where you'll stay three nights providing you ample time to visit the famed boardwalk in Venice Beach and window shop along Rodeo Drive. Then, board Norwegian Star ready for your month-long exploration of the world. Trip highlights include visiting the seaside town of San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua, cruising through the Panama Canal and basking in the sunshine at one of the many beaches in Miami. You'll also discover Portugal's capital, Lisbon, and the sweeping views from its trademark seven hills and finish up by spending time in cosmopolitan and vibrant Barcelona. To view the full itinerary, click here.
Norwegian Star was the first Norwegian ship custom built for Freestyle Cruising. Onboard, you'll find 15 dining options, a spa, kids areas, and 11 bars and lounges, including a Gatsby-themed champagne bar. Cruise Critic says, "Star provides some of Norwegian's most popular features, on a smaller ship".