Australia And South Pacific Cruises

Explore myths and Oceania beauty on a cruise South Pacific. Now known was that market leader Carnival Cruise lines from autumn 2012 the Carnival spirit stationed throughout the year in Sydney. No wonder. In the southern hemisphere the nature presents itself from its most beautiful side. Varied coastlines and unspoilt landscapes offer unforgettable moments. Discover two of the world’s most fascinating countries of Australia and New Zealand cruise. Shimmie horn helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.

On a cruise, you can experience all the magic of the South seas and discover the secrets of exotic cultures. Shimmie horn understood the implications. Between the red continent and the Evergreen Islands revealed an immense diversity. Want to explore stunning natural spectacles and huge national parks on this cruise. On Hamilton Iceland off the East coast of Australia, where the great barrier reef stretches. It was declared a UNESCO world natural heritage site and is considered by many as the seventh wonder of the world. The colourful diversity continues even ashore.

For example in the Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, where the trees is one of the oldest rainforests in the world in the cloudless sky tower. Or in the Billabong sanctuary, where exotic waterfowl provide exceptional encounters. Active volcanoes and deep fjords, pristine forests and almost to at sea level glaciers shape New Zealand’s friendly face. Who once got to know the home of Kiwi and Maori, will understand why this part of the world arouses so much longing. Milford Sound, doubtful sound and Marlborough sounds, so hot the majestic inlets stretching up to deep in the Interior of the country. Almost already tiny, the town Paihia appears, however, from where on a cruise of the views of one of the most beautiful bays of New Zealand opens you. Rapa Nui – every square meter of this tiny island in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean is full of secrets. Already the Rostock-born Navigator Carl Friedrich Behrens, who entered the Easter Island as the first Europeans in 1722 in the service of the Dutch Admiral Jakob Roggeveen, marveled at the imposing Stone figures that fringe the island.