Create your own tales of the South Pacifc on a one-of-a-kind itinerary that stretches from southeast Asia to northeast Australia. From Singapore, an important world trade center filled with superior options for exploring, shopping, and dining, you’ll cruise to Indonesia, where you’ll visit Semarang, with its fascinating history … beautiful Bali, a coveted destination for generations … and the home of the Komodo dragon. Continue on Australia’s tropical northern coast, where you’ll stop at less-traveled ports such as Darwin, with its lively yet laidback ambiance, and Thursday Island, once a World War II military outpost. Your voyage culminates in Cairns, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll also experience a fascinating mix of world cultures on a two-week idyll that also features appearances by such special guests as Nobel Peace Prize winner John E. Hay, onboard lecturer Helen Henry, art historian Caroline Boyle-Turner, Polynesian anthropologist Mark Eddowes, and Richard Bailey, Chairman of Paul Gauguin Cruises.
Sailing: August 4, 2014.
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