8 Night Pacific Islands Cruise departing roundtrip from Sydney onboard Carnival Spirit.
You're gonna need more fingers (and toes) to count all the things to do on board
Carnival Spirit can be summed up in one word: amazing. Well, maybe two words: amazing and exciting. Okay, make it two words plus one hyphenated word: amazing, exciting and jaw-dropping.
Highlights of this cruise include:
It won't take long to find your French side in this city. See for yourself, mon ami. It's got that Parisienne style, sophistication and joie de vivre, with a little sun, sand and smiles thrown in too. And the French cheer is totally infectious. Trust me, you'll be shouting bonjour! to strangers before you know it.
Aside from ordering delicious croissants (in perfect French of course), there's plenty of other great stuff to keep you busy. All you gotta do is choose which is more your style. Are you more in the mood for a day at the beach? Or would you rather the hustle and bustle of the city? Perhaps a bit of both?
Whatever you choose, this capital city is sure to please everyone's tastes. Especially if your tastes happen to have a craving for something French.
Isle Of Pines
Also known as the 'Jewel of the Pacific'. Ooh, sounds pretty. Sounds sparkly. Sounds pretty spot on. With its white talcum-like sands and crystal blue waters, you'll totally see why the Isle of Pines earned this title. It really is a unique little gem.
The name Isle of Pines on the other hand obviously comes from the narrow pine trees planted all over the island. While the trees aren't exactly built for climbing you can certainly catch some shade under their branches. And do you wanna hear something really cool? The island was actually named by Captain Cook yonks ago when he was sailing by one day. Interesting stuff.
And that's the Isle of Pines in a nutshell. A beautiful, shiny, one-of-a-kind type of nutshell.
Mare is the Pacific Islands at their best; think water so crystal clear blue it looks fake, so full of fish and turtles you'll want to snorkel forever, think untouched beauty, think a tropical paradise, think aaaahh, now I'm truly on holiday!
Divided into eight districts, Mare offers something for everyone. Jagged basalt rocks are evidence of the island's first volcanic activity, dark forests stretch to the cliffs' edges and its central plane is scattered with grottos and natural pools where fish and turtles abound. Though shopping and dining options are scarce, Mare encapsulates what it truly means to get away from the every day and relax while experiencing something new and inspiring. Its beaches are postcard worthy; its waters are always warm; and its views are unforgettable.
Port 1 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Port 2 Noumea, New Caledonia
Port 3 Isle of Pines, New Caledonia
Port 4 Mare Island, New Caledonia
Port 5 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia