- From: 05/16/2020
- For: 10 days
- Landing in: Amed, Indonesia
- Returning from: Auckland, New Zealand
4 nightsSat. May 16-Wed. May 20
3 nightsWed. May 20-Sat. May 23
Auckland, New Zealand
4 nightsSat. May 23-Wed. May 27
4 nightsSat. May 16 - Wed. May 20
A cluster of small fishing villages along the coast, known for their traditional culture and nearby coral reefs.
Jemeluk Beach, Amed
Offering rich marine life, this beach is wonderful for travelers who wish to dive and snorkel, examining some lush coral reefs.
Historic Center, Amed
Wander through these villages, enjoying the smell of the salty sea air and listening to the fishermen call out their wares.
A small town on the island of Bali, featuring art galleries, museums, and temples, and offering access to nearby natural attractions.
Hike down stairs and through the jungle to reach these waterfalls, comprising seven separate cascades into a breathtaking whole.
With a history reaching to the 10C, this impressive temple boasts a beautiful purification bath replenished with fresh spring water.
This picturesque craggy headland boasts a 16C Balinese temple, offering a superb moment for a memorable picture.
Nestled amidst gardens and rice paddies, this former palatial residence is best-known for its Water Palace and its lush beauty.
A bustling seaside resort set in a a fishing village, visitors enjoy the picturesque beaches, fresh seafood, and local culture.
3 nightsWed. May 20 - Sat. May 23
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.
With recreational activities based around the harbor, the area offers spectacular views, a lively atmosphere, and many fun venues.
Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
A superb architectural landmark, this Romanesque gem is a marketplace, full of exquisite decorative elements and Victorian charm.
Sublime Point Lookout
A great spot for bird watchers, this beautiful lookout boasts breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains and valleys.
Govetts Leap Lookout
View the massive waterfall from one of Australia's most famous lookouts, breath in the Blue Mountain air and enjoy the water spray.
4 nightsSat. May 23 - Wed. May 27
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.
Cornwall Park, Auckland
A historic park full of cultural landmarks, lush greenery, athletic and recreational facilities, and gorgeous sprawling lawns.
Offering an array of beaches with many fun water activities, this island is also home to art galleries and superb local vineyards.
Tiritiri Matangi Island
This beautiful island is a recognized nature reserve, famed for its variety of native birds, plant species, and nice guided tours.
Viaduct Harbor, Auckland
Lined with restaurants with residential buildings, this flourishing district is brimming with energy and a posh atmosphere.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki
Home to over 15,000 items, this gallery exhibits New Zealand, Pacific, and European artists from the 16C onwards.