- From: 01/01/1970
- For: 7 days
- Landing in: Sydney, Australia
- Returning from: Suva, Fiji
2 nightsThu. Jan 01-Sat. Jan 03
Auckland, New Zealand
2 nightsSat. Jan 03-Mon. Jan 05
4 nightsMon. Jan 05-Fri. Jan 09
2 nightsThu. Jan 01 - Sat. Jan 03
Australia's most popular city offers superb beaches, amazing surrounding nature, an iconic harbor, fine architecture, and more.
Sydney Opera House
Made up of several performance venues, Sydney's massive Opera House is probably the most well known icon of the city.
Sydney Harbor Bridge
Walk across this iconic steel arch bridge, enjoying breathtaking views of the entire harbor area, as well as of Sydney itself.
Bondi Beach, Sydney
Spend an entire day on this world famous beach, surfing, soaking up the sun, or visiting any of the many cafes lining the shore.
With recreational activities based around the harbor, the area offers spectacular views, a lively atmosphere, and many fun venues.
2 nightsSat. Jan 03 - Mon. Jan 05
Famed for its cultural diversity and vibrant energy, this metropolis boasts parks and museums, two harbors, and great restaurants.
Sky Tower, Auckland
An icon of Auckland's cityscape, the tower offers an observation deck with superb views, a revolving restaurant, and bungee jumping.
Historic Center, Auckland
Take in the lively ambiance as you make your way through Auckland's central streets, lined with shops and cafes for any taste.
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Set in a fine Neoclassical building with lush grounds, this museum traces New Zealand's history, as well as its natural history.
Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland
A rich transportation museum, housing an abundance of vehicles, including aircraft, trains, trams, trolleys, buses, and more.
4 nightsMon. Jan 05 - Fri. Jan 09
Fiji's capital is a lively metropolis with great parks, nice museums, multifaceted culture, and proximity to many fine beaches.
Town Center, Suva
Take in the lush natural surrounding, explore the shopping centers, and enjoy the array of colonial architecture.
Suva Municipal Market
This market surprises with its vast size, but also offers a variety of fresh produce, from veggies to fruits and local delicacies.
Thurston Gardens, Suva
Built on the site of a bloody battle, these gardens offer a serene retreat, with beautiful flora and great walking paths.
Albert Park, Suva
With several sports fields, lush greenery, a cafe, and more, this historic park was the first place where Fiji's flag was flown.
The site of a former prison, the island now serves as lush public park where visitors can camp out.
Colo-i-Suva Forest Park
Home to mahogany trees, tropical birds, and rushing waterfalls, this lush park features walking paths for great exploration.
Fiji Museum, Suva
Tracing Fiji's cultural history over 3,000 years into the past, this museum exhibits tools, canoes, weapons, and a myriad of relics.
Government House, Suva
Although it is not open to the public, visitors come to the home of the president of Fiji to watch the monthly changing of the guard.