Geishas & Glaciers
- Departs from Yokohama, Japan
- On 5th May 2019 for nights
- Onboard Queen Elizabeth
- Prices from AU $6,149*
Pricing per person
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NEW LOWER FARES!
Twin inside was $6559 - NOW from $6149*pp
Twin obstructed ocean view was $6809- NOW from $6269*pp
Twin balcony was $8749- NOW from $8169*pp
Twin suite was $18099 - NOW from $17149*pp
**EXPLORE HOME AND BEYOND - Make a booking before 30Mar18 and receive:
- Reduced Fares
- $300 deposit per person#
- Complimentary gratuities~
- Complimentary onboard spending money for Grills Suite guests^
GEISHAS AND GLACIERS Cruise & Stay package includes:
- 1 nights 4 star accommodation in Tokyo including breakfast**
- 27 night luxury cruise aboard Queen Elizabeth by Cunard Lines ex Yokohama to Vancouver
- All shipboard main meals (excludes specialty restaurants)
- All port/govt charges
- BONUS US $150 inside, US $150 outside, US $300 balcony or US $1460per twin cabin^
- 1 nights 4 star accommodation in Vancouver**
27 Night Cruise sailing from Yokohama to Vancouver aboard Queen Elizabeth.
Back in Alaskan waters for the first time in over 20 years, discover a staggering 11 maiden calls on this thrilling new adventure. Be among the first Cunard guests to see the towering glaciers, ice fields, fjords and native bears of Alaska and beautiful British Columbia.
Highlights of this cruise:
Edo was an obscure fishing village until it became the capital of the Tokugawa shogunate from 1604 to 1866. When the emperor was restored to power, this new imperial capital was renamed Tokyo (Eastern capital). The wide ocean, the harbour with its special atmosphere, the hill which stands in a row of steep slopes, a Chinatown which is full of exotic moods – there are so many “postcard scenes” in Yokohama.
Known as the Emerald Isle, Kodiak is a haven for all kinds of wildlife. The island is two thirds national park and is dedicated to the protection of its native brown bears, 250 species of birds and six kinds of Pacific salmon. Explore the good choice of bars and restaurants or join an entertaining tour of the island’s microbrewery. Discover the native heritage museums and explore breathtaking historical trails either by organised excursion or at your own pace.
Beneath an ice field that never melts, on a waterway that never freezes, Juneau is the most unusual and stunning of capitals. Home to 280 species of birds, brown and black bears, here nature lovers can also watch out for orca and humpback whales. Ashore, there’s an excellent theatre and range of clubs, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. If you’re feeling fit try exploring Alaskan-style amongst the glaciers by kayak or trekking with crampons and an ice axe.
Victoria is a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary charisma, offering an exquisite variety of sights which draw visitors from around the world. The city is filled historic architecture and opportunities to step back in time and discover its heritage. Victoria has long been known as the City of Gardens and its passion for beautiful green spaces has resulted in world-renowned recognition.
|04/05/19||Own arrangements to Tokyo hotel, rest of day at leisure|
|05/05/19||Own way to port, embark Queen Elizabeth|
|08/05/19||Sapporo (Muroran), Japan|
|12/05/19||Date Line Crossing|
|20/05/19||Inside Passage, Alaska|
|21/05/19||Vancouver, BC. Canada|
|22/05/19||Inside Passage, Alaska|
|23/05/19||Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska|
|25/05/19||Icy Strait Point, Alaska|
|26/05/19||Hubbard Glacier, Alaska|
|29/05/19||Inside Passage, Alaska|
|30/05/19||Victoria, BC. Canada|
|31/05/19||Vancouver, BC. Canada|
|31/05/19||Own way to Vancouver hotel, rest of day at leisure|