Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2024

FEATURE Port of Tromsø, Norway Cruise guests can immerse themselves in the captivating wonders of Tromsø, where nature paints its artistry across the Arctic sky between September and March with the northen lights. Visitors during this time can see lights of green, purple and blue. They can also experience the phenomenon of the midnight sun, where the sun casts a warm golden glow across the landscape even during the latest hours of the night and earliest of the morning. Port of Turku, Finland Sometimes, the journey is just as important as the destination. This can surely be said about the stunning archipelago leading to the port and city of Turku. The vast archipelago area consists of over 40,000 islands and islets, all of which are unique in their own way. As visitors approach the Port of Turku, the fairway narrows and the scenery is adorned with multiple historic villas on both sides. The archipelago offers pristine natural scenery and tranquillity, as well as authentic and active experiences such as kayaking and cycling. Northern Territory, Australia Australia’s Northern Territory is home to some of the most iconic natural wonders of the world, along with an ancient Aboriginal culture that is intrinsically connected to the land. Onshore opportunities include scenic flight tours to explore the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Guests can see horizons from the air, as well as spot crocodiles and other wildlife in their natural habitat. They can also visit one of the thousands of Aboriginal rock art sites in the park to learn more about the oldest living culture in the world. Only 90 minutes from Darwin Port, passengers can experience the Litchfield National Park, an ancient landscape shaped by water, featuring waterfalls and crystal clear pools surrounded by monsoonal forests. 30