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Hawaii offers everything from long sandy beaches and famous surf to towering cliffs, waterfalls and volcanoes.
Hilo - A visit to Volcanoes National Park is a must see. You can visit the museum here or
hike or bike near the volcano.
Enjoy an evening sail by Mount Kilauea for a spectacular view of an active volcano at night. Honolulu offers endless sightseeing options, including the moving Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor and the USS Missouri. Another must see is famous Waikiki Beach.
Maui is arguably the most popular of all the stops. This old whaling port offers you choices ranging from shopping to one of the beautiful beaches. Simply amazing.
Kauai - also known as the Garden Isle. Countless movies have been filmed here due to the spectacular lush scenery. Visit Waimea Canyon, known as the Grand Canyon of the pacific. You can also take a helicopter flight along the rugged cliffs of the Na Pali Coast or visit the countless waterfalls.
Kona is a fantastic island to snorkel or take a dolphin cruise. You can do some deep sea fishing or maybe hike through the rainforest.
If you think you've seen it all, prepare yourself for adventure like no other! Cruising to Australia gives you the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of pleasures. From the Sydney Opera House to the Great Barrier Reef, you can see a variety of sites and sounds that range from metropolis to wilderness. Few locations on earth give you the opportunity to scuba dive in the world's largest coral reef and go on a shopping spree the same week. You'll find yourself taken in by the warmth of the quirky Aussies as you explore their territory.
New Zealand is dubbed "the Paradise of the Pacific", where cosmopolitan cities rise out of the Polynesian earth and alongside quaint towns and rural villages. You'll take in the remarkable sights of the lush mountains meeting the sparkling blue sea and fall in love.
Hobart, Tasmania - This charming city once popular with whalers, soldiers and fisherman now attracts artists, musicians and visitors from all over the world. Stay in town to visit the many galleries and café’s or head out to "bush" for some real adventure. Keep your eyes open for a Tasmanian devil crossing your path.
Christchurch, New Zealand, aka "the Garden City" is perfect for strolling through the many parks and gardens. Its charming Victorian architecture and squares will make this port one of your favorites.
Wellington, New Zealand, a cosmopolitan and commercial city is home to the National Museum of New Zealand and the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary.
Tauranga New Zealand is arguably one of the most beautiful of all the ports in this area, with spectacular scenery.
South America is huge, with scenic wonders that would impress even the most jaded traveler, cosmopolitan cities and native villages, snow-capped mountains, deserts and lush rain forests, miles of sandy beaches and areas so isolated a visitor feels swept back in time.
Manta, Ecuador has been a major port since the pre-Inca era. Tourism plays a major role in this region's economy and there are several very interesting points of interest. Machalilla National Park is Ecuador's main coastal park and protects most of the nations forests. Manta also boasts many of the countries best beaches.
The port of Callao is located 30 miles east of Lima, Peru. The best way to experience the local flavor is to visit its many attractions. The Nasca Lines are hundreds of figures made up of straight lines, geometric patterns and pictures created on the hillside and ground.
Arica, Chile is a charming city and offers a wide variety of things to do including viewing the geoglyphs - unique aboriginal drawings of humans and animals on the side of the colorful rock mountains. A visit to the Chilean Altiplano and Lauca National Park is always fun or stay in town and enjoy some fantastic local cuisine and world famous Chilean wine.
The port of La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile features fine beaches, shops, open-air markets and the cathedral. You can travel to the top of the Millennium Cross for a spectacular panoramic view of the city below or stay close to the ship you can walk to the Municipal Market where local vendors sell a huge variety of fresh fruits and vegetables as well.