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20-Day Luxury Adventure from Sydney to Bali: Includes Ultra-Luxe Cruise, Five-Star Bali Stay and Return Flights

Travel until 11 Feb 2020

Embark on the luxury adventure of a lifetime that will see you departing Sydney aboard one of the most opulent and elegant cruise ships in the world – the Seven Seas Navigator®, part of the most luxurious cruise line in the world – on 23 January 2020. Cruise along the coast of Queensland, stopping at Airlie Beach and Cairns, discover Papua New Guinea and Darwin, then reach the shores of Bali (Benoa) where you will be treated to signature Fairmont luxury with three nights in a One-Bedroom Villa at the spectacular Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali. Includes an international flight from Bali to Australia with Qantas, 16 nights aboard the majestic Seven Seas Navigator® cruise ship with all meals and entertainment on board, three nights at Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali in a One-Bedroom Villa with breakfast included, VIP private car transfers and so much more.

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20 Days
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Inclusion highlights:
  • Packages valid for one person, based on twin-share – you must purchase two packages
  • Cruise departs Sydney on 23 January 2020
  • A spectacular 17-day cruise from Sydney to Bali (Benoa) aboard the luxurious Seven Seas Navigator® cruise ship. Enjoy 16-nights' accommodation in a spacious and elegant Deluxe Window Suite, with a large picture window so you can fully enjoy the views and a mini-bar replenished daily
  • All meals including specialty restaurants and unlimited beverages, including fine wines and premium spirits aboard the Seven Seas Navigator® cruise ship
  • Unlimited shore excursions and entertainment onboard
  • An ultra-luxe, three-night post-cruise stay at the five-star Fairmont Sanur Beach in a palatial One Bedroom Villa with breakfast included
  • VIP private car transfers between airport, hotel and port in Bali
  • Economy class airfare from Bali to Australia (Business Class upgrades available) with Qantas
  • Port charges, government fees & air taxes
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