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South Pacific Wonders with Fiji tour
Adelaide Auckland South Pacific Wonders with Fiji Trip

South Pacific Wonders with Fiji

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Travel Style: Array Mixed
Physical Level: Very challenging all day hiking and backpacking carrying significant equipment. Hard
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value (3*)
29 days
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Overview

Highlights (Bullets)

  • Melbourne: Welcome dinner; sightseeing tour; visit Fitzroy Gardens; Colonial Tramcar Restaurant lunch
  • Hobart: Guided walking tour of the waterfront district; excursion to Port Arthur; visit the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park
  • Adelaide: Orientation tour; excursion to Kangaroo Island
  • Uluru (ayers rock) : Sunset toast; sightseeing tour around the base of the rock; Outback barbecue; visit to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)
  • Darwin: Orientation tour; visit the botanic gardens and art gallery
  • Kakadu national park: Sightseeing tour; wetland cruise; Nourlangie Rock; Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre & Bowali Visitor Centre
  • Cairns: Outer Great Barrier Reef cruise with choice of activities; visit Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures
  • Sydney: Sightseeing; visit the Opera House; botanic gardens; and Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club, lunch at the North Bondi Returned Servicemen’s Leagues Club; Sydney Harbour cruise; dinner at a waterfront restaurant overlooking Sydney Harbour
  • Mount cook: Sightseeing in Mount Cook National Park; visit Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Center
  • Queenstown: Visit Fiordland National Park and cruise on Milford Sound; cruise on Lake Wakatipu; dinner & farm demonstration at Walter Peak High Country Farm
  • Rotorua: Enjoy a Maori cultural performance and Hangi dinner; visit Te Puia, the Agrodome, and Rainbow Springs
  • Waitomo : Visit the Waitomo Glowworm Caves
  • Auckland: Farewell dinner atop Sky Tower
  • Fiji: Sightseeing tour; visit Viseisei Village and the Garden of the Sleeping Giants; stop at Vuda Lookout; Host service
  • From vibrant Melbourne to remote Kakadu National Park, on this Australia and New Zealand tour—with Fiji—you’ll explore the famous cities, observe native wildlife, learn about Aboriginal culture, and witness incredible scenery
  • You’ll travel from Melbourne to Nadi with overnights along the way in Hobart, Adelaide, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Darwin, Kakadu National Park, Cairns, Sydney, Mount Cook, Queenstown, Rotorua, and Auckland

Short Description

From vibrant Melbourne to remote Kakadu National Park, on this Australia and New Zealand tour—with Fiji—you’ll explore the famous cities, observe native wildlife, learn about Aboriginal culture, and witness incredible scenery. You’ll travel from Melbourne to Nadi with overnights along the way in Hobart, Adelaide, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Darwin, Kakadu National Park, Cairns, Sydney, Mount Cook, Queenstown, Rotorua, and Auckland.

Tour highlights include opportunities to see Australia’s native wildlife during an excursion to Kangaroo Island—an out-of-the-ordinary adventure offered by Globus. Here, see sea lions, koalas, New Zealand fur seals, kangaroos, and wallabies. Another unique experience Globus includes on this Australia and New Zealand tour is a cruise through Kakadu National Park’s most famous wetland, where you’ll have an opportunity to see crocodiles. In Tasmania, see the famous Tasmanian devil. In Rotorua, visit Rainbow Springs to view see kiwis, a national symbol.

In addition to amazing wildlife, you’ll also witness spectacular scenery on this tour through Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji. Snorkel or take a watercraft tour at the remarkable Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy a drink as you watch the sunset at Uluru, and enjoy views of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), a geological splendor. Witness some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery during your cruise on Milford Sound in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park. In Rotorua, see New Zealand’s largest geyser and boiling mud pots at Te Puia. In Fiji, see a private collection of orchids.

Learn about Aboriginal culture when you tour the base of Uluru and learn of its significance to the Aboriginal people. View Aboriginal rock petroglyphs in Kakadu National Park, and enjoy a traditional Hangi dinner in New Zealand—another special experience offered by Globus. From Sydney, it’s off to Fiji to tour Nadi on the main island, then enjoy leisure time to explore further or relax at your beach resort.

All of this—and much more—await you on this incredible Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji vacation!

Style Group tour
Spend most of the time outdoors. Common trip themes and activities include cycling, hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting.
Itinerary Focus Active
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value (3*)
Flight & Transport Inclusions N/A
Start City Arrive in Melbourne
End City Nadi

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive in Melbourne, Australia. Welcome to the “Land Down Under” and Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne. Hotel rooms are available for immediate check-in. Please schedule flights to arrive by 3 pm in order to attend this evening’s welcome briefing and dinner at your hotel. (D)

Day 2

Melbourne. Start your day with a city sightseeing tour that includes landmarks such as Federation Square, Queen Victoria Market, FITZROY GARDENS, Parliament House, the Shrine of Remembrance, and more. Today’s lunch is served aboard the historic [LF] COLONIAL TRAMCAR RESTAURANT. Enjoy fine food and drink as you wind your way through the streets of Melbourne, a truly unique experience. In the evening, you may wish to take an optional excursion to Phillip Island and see the famous Penguin Parade. (B,L)

Day 3

Melbourne. A full day to explore more of this cosmopolitan city. You may wish to shop for a favorite souvenir at Queen Victoria Market, stroll along the Yarra River, see the city from new heights at the Eureka Skydeck, or explore the many lanes and alleys of this city. You may also want to consider a day tour to see the “Twelve Apostles” along the Great Ocean Road or visit the nearby Yarra Valley to sample the region’s award-winning wines. (B)

Day 4

Melbourne–Hobart. Fly to Hobart, Tasmania, home of the famed Tasmanian devil. Upon arrival, enjoy a guided [LF] WALKING TOUR of Hobart’s historic waterfront district, followed by dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)

Day 5

Hobart. Excursion to Port Arthur. Our first stop this morning is at the TASMANIAN DEVIL CONSERVATION PARK to see and learn about the famous Tasmanian devil, once almost extinct. You’ll also have a chance to interact with some of Australia’s other native animals, like kangaroos, wallabies, quolls, and parrots. Next, we visit some of the Tasman Peninsula’s famous features, such as the blowhole, the Devil’s Kitchen, and the Tasman Arch. On to PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE. Originally designed as a timber camp, the town grew in importance as it began housing convicts. On a guided tour, hear stories of former prisoners and see the ruins of the 4-story penitentiary—a grim reminder of Australia’s days as a penal colony. (B,L)

Day 6

Hobart–Adelaide. Today, fly to Adelaide (via Melbourne). Upon arrival, enjoy an orientation tour of this colonial city. During your free time today, you may wish to stroll Adelaide’s bustling streets, visit the Art Gallery of South Australia, or enjoy al fresco dining at one of the city’s many restaurants. (B)

Day 7

Adelaide. Excursion to Kangaroo Island. This morning, take a ferry to [LF] KANGAROO ISLAND, home to unspoiled white-sand beaches, barking sea lions, dozing koalas, and amazing scenery. At SEAL BAY, there’s a chance to get up close to these magnificent creatures and learn more about them from a park ranger. Have your cameras ready as we visit REMARKABLE ROCKS with its stunning views, and ADMIRALS ARCH, a unique rock formation and home to a colony of New Zealand fur seals. Our last stop on the island is FLINDERS CHASE NATIONAL PARK, a sanctuary for native Australian animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, and koalas. (B,L)

Day 8

Adelaide–Uluru (Ayers Rock). Fly this morning from Adelaide to the “Center of Australia.” This evening, visit Ayers Rock, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known also by its Aboriginal name: Uluru. This massive sandstone monolith is one of the world’s most mysterious and religious sites. Enjoy a cool DRINK as you watch the sunset and the changing colors as they fall across the landscape. Later, enjoy a truly unique Aussie experience—an [LF] OUTBACK BARBECUE featuring a meal of typical campfire fare and awe-inspiring Outback ambiance. (B,D)

Day 9

Uluru (Ayers Rock). Today, enjoy a TOUR around the base of Uluru, learning of its significance to the Anangu Aboriginal people. There is time to relax at your resort before the afternoon takes us to a popular lookout to enjoy views of the magnificent KATA TJUTA (the Olgas), a geological splendor of views of some 36 brilliant domes. This evening is at leisure. (B)

Day 10

Uluru (Ayers Rock)–Darwin. For an unforgettable experience, you may choose to rise early for an optional camel ride to watch the sunrise at Uluru. Later, fly to Darwin (via Alice Springs). Tonight, why not explore Darwin’s waterfront, lined with restaurants, shops, and walking trails? (B)

Day 11

Darwin–Kakadu National Park. Travel to KAKADU NATIONAL PARK, Australia’s largest national park covering almost 20,000 square kilometers. Spend time at WINDOW ON THE WETLANDS VISITOR CENTRE to learn more about the natural and cultural features including the abundant wildlife and the European and Aboriginal history of this region. Dinner this evening is at your hotel. (B,D)

Day 12

Kakadu National Park. Time to explore more of this massive park today. Spend time at the BOWALI VISITOR CENTRE to learn more about the flora, fauna, and geology of the park. Then, enjoy a [LF] CRUISE through Yellow Water Billabong, Kakadu’s most famous wetland. An Aboriginal guide will share the history of the region and point out wildlife, which could include crocodiles, water buffalo, and an abundance of bird life. A short walk on an ancient trail takes us to see Aboriginal rock petroglyphs at NOURLANGIE ROCK. The remainder of the day is at leisure. Take a hike, join in an optional scenic flight over the park, or just relax at your hotel. (B,L)

NOTE:
During the wet season (December through April), it can be difficult to see crocodiles in the wild.

Day 13

Kakadu National Park–Darwin–Cairns. Return to Darwin and enjoy a city sightseeing tour featuring the splendid BOTANIC GARDENS and ART GALLERY. There’s time to explore, stroll the relaxed streets of Darwin, and take in the historic colonial architecture and buildings. Later this evening, fly to Cairns, “Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef,” one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. (B)

Day 14

Cairns. Excursion to the Outer Great Barrier Reef Excursion. Prepare for the experience of a lifetime when you board a catamaran and CRUISE to the Outer Great Barrier Reef. Explore this underwater world—a dazzling kaleidoscope of color and brilliance. Choose to SNORKEL, take a semi-submersible WATERCRAFT TOUR, or attend a presentation by a marine biologist. (B,L,D)

Day 15

Cairns. A full day to explore more of this tropical paradise. You may wish to visit the Daintree Rainforest, considered to be the oldest rainforest in the world, stroll along the Cairns Esplanade, take a journey on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, enjoy a scenic sunset cruise, or shop for unique gifts and souvenirs at the popular Cairns Night Market. Your Tour Director will have suggestions to make the most of your day. (B)

Day 16

Cairns–Sydney. This morning, enjoy a special visit to HARTLEY’S CROCODILE ADVENTURES for your chance to meet Australia’s native animals. You’ll also enjoy a talk by a wildlife keeper and the opportunity to have your picture taken with a koala! Afterward, fly to vibrant Sydney. (B)

Day 17

Sydney. Today’s sightseeing includes the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for a guided tour of the interior and theaters. Then, travel to Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair in the city’s BOTANIC GARDENS for a great photo opportunity and sweeping view of the harbor. Visit world-famous Bondi Beach for an insider’s tour of [LF] BONDI SURF BATHERS’ LIFE SAVING CLUB. Meet with one of the lifesavers and learn about the history of the club and the training needed to become a lifeguard. Lunch today is at the [LF] North Bondi Returned Servicemen’s Leagues Club, located on Bondi Beach. Learn about the history of this special place and the courageous “Rats of Tobruk” while enjoying sweeping waterfront views and delicious food. Afterward, a CRUISE on Sydney Harbour highlights some of the city’s best views. (B,L)

Day 18

Sydney. Enjoy a full day at leisure. Why not reach new heights on the thrilling Sydney Harbour Bridgeclimb or take in amazing views from atop Sydney Tower? Ferry across the harbor and explore Taronga Zoo, take a walking tour along the cobblestone lanes of the Rocks, or relax on beautiful Manly Beach. Tonight, enjoy a special dinner at a WATERFRONT RESTAURANT with fantastic views of Sydney. (B,D)

Day 19

Sydney–Christchurch, New Zealand–Mount Cook. Fly to Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealand’s South Island, then travel south to magnificent MOUNT COOK NATIONAL PARK, named after New Zealand’s highest peak. Weather permitting, you may wish to join in a stargazing program this evening. The Mount Cook region offers some of the darkest skies in the world, perfect for viewing the southern night sky. (B,D)

SPECIAL FEATURE: Spend the evening at the historic Hermitage Hotel, located at the base of Mount Cook. Enjoy splendid views, fresh mountain air, and all the modern amenities of this first-class property.

Day 20

Mount Cook–Queenstown. Start the day with a visit to the SIR EDMUND HILLARY ALPINE CENTER for unique insight into the history and culture of this region. Then, time to explore on your own. You may wish to enjoy a scenic walk or perhaps an optional scenic flight that lands on the nearby Tasman Glacier. Continue to Queenstown, the “Adventure Capital of the World.” (B)

Day 21

Queenstown. Excursion to Milford Sound. Today, travel through FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK, the largest of New Zealand’s national parks and a UNESCO WorldToday, travel through FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK, the largest of New Zealand’s national parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a scenic CRUISE on Milford Sound for views of cascading waterfalls, lush green rainforest, and a chance to see a variety of wildlife including seals, penguins, and dolphins. Have your cameras ready as you witness some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. (B,L)

Day 22

Queenstown. A full day for you to explore Queenstown on your own. You may want to spend time window shopping at the many boutiques and art galleries in town, sample some local wines, or rent a bicycle and travel one of the cities many bike trails. Your Tour Director will have suggestions for additional sightseeing, shopping, and dining. Tonight, CRUISE across Lake Wakatipu aboard the vintage TSS Earnslaw steamship to Walter Peak High Country Farm. Enjoy a tour of the farm and charming gardens, followed by a demonstration as the farm dogs round up the sheep for the farmers to shear. Afterward, enjoy dinner at the farm. (B,D)

Day 23

Queenstown–Rotorua. Fly north to Rotorua, home to fascinating Maori culture and geothermal wonders. This evening, enjoy a traditional [LF] HANGI DINNER, followed by an authentic MAORI CULTURAL PERFORMANCE. (B,D)

Day 24

Rotorua. This morning starts with a visit to the AGRODOME, a working sheep farm where you will be delighted by a tour and show. Visit the nursery to see baby animals, and witness the artistry of shearing a sheep. Here, you’ll discover just how New Zealand became the world’s number-one wool-growing nation. Continue on to RAINBOW SPRINGS to view native bush and wildlife, including a walk through the kiwi bird enclosure. Last stop is TE PUIA, Rotorua’s most prominent thermal area, with New Zealand’s largest geyser, boiling mud pools, and silica terraces. The afternoon is at your leisure. You may wish to relax in a natural hot spring, zipline through the forest, be pampered at one of the city’s spas, or board a floatplane for flightseeing of this beautiful area. Tonight, why not join a local New Zealand family for dinner in their home? (B)

Day 25

Rotorua–Waitomo–Auckland. Leave Rotorua and experience the WAITOMO GLOWWORM CAVES. Travel by boat through underwater scenery and along narrow limestone chambers while your guide explains the formation and history of the area. The highlight of the tour is a visit to Glowworm Grotto. Glide silently beneath the lights of thousands of glowworms suspended from the cave ceiling. Continue to Auckland, where tonight’s festive farewell dinner is atop Auckland’s iconic SKY TOWER. Enjoy wonderful views of the city and harbor below. The perfect ending to your vacation. (B,D)

Day 26

Auckland–Nadi, Fiji. Today, depart Auckland and fly to tropical Fiji for a 3-night stay. (B).

Day 27

Nadi. This morning, enjoy a sightseeing tour of the island. Visit VISEISEI VILLAGE, where the Fijian people first landed centuries ago, and the GARDEN OF THE SLEEPING GIANT to see a private collection of stunning tropical orchids. Then, stop at the VUDA LOOKOUT, a tropical fruit farm perched on a cliff, where you will sample fruit and juice from the orchard. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (B)

Day 28

Nadi. A full day at your leisure. You may wish to take a stroll on Denarau Beach, play a round of golf, enjoy a spa treatment, take a thrilling helicopter tour, or just relax by your resort’s pool. (B)

Day 29

Nadi. Your tour ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

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Accommodations



Sheraton Melbourne Hotel

Discover a wide range of considerate, comprehensive amenities and services at the Sheraton Melbourne Hotel. Dine at one of their several restaurants/cafes, from the Little Collins St. Kitchen and Chinese tapas at East to the Little Collins Larder or grab a cocktail at the Terrace Bar. Energize at Sheraton Fitness, turn laps in the heated indoor pool or book a treatment at The Spa.


Melbourne
Australia
27 Little Collins Street

Wrest Point Hotel

Wrest Point Hotel offers views of the Tasmanian mountainside and the sparkling harbor. Rooms are tastefully decorated and afford all the comforts of home, while providing endless hours of entertainment and easy access to outdoor adventure. From the four restaurants featuring first-rate service and the best in local cuisine to the assortment of lounges and outdoor areas, you will be constantly surrounded by the charm and beauty of beautiful Hobart.


Hobart
Australia
410 Sandy Bay Road

Majestic Roof Garden Hotel

Style and function are themes of the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel. As the Majestic's flagship, built in 2004, this award-winning hotel boasts simplicity, efficiency, and an eco-centric design. And as it sits just off of the lively Rundle Street, the convenience of bars, restaurants, shopping and museums is unparalleled. After a busy day of sightseeing and on-the-go activities, guests are welcomed back to comfortable accommodations and locally fresh cuisine in the hotel's restaurant - not to mention a great selection of wine! Follow it up with a view of the city from a relaxing garden roof-top, for which the hotel is aptly named.


Adelaide
Australia
55 Frome Street

Desert Gardens Hotel

Centrally located to all resort facilities the hotel offers a range of accommodation, outdoor pool, and the popular Bunya bar. It's only a short stroll to the Resorts' numerous lookouts, where you can view what is arguably Australia's best sunset, with the spectacular play of colors across the face of Uluru and the surrounding desert.


Uluru
Australia
Yulara Drive

Sails in the Desert

Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, this is Voyages Ayers Rock Resort's premium hotel. The interior decor focuses on Aboriginal heritage and culture, with a gallery in the lobby and significant artworks featured throughout the public areas and in the private rooms


Uluru
Australia
174 Yulara Drive

Hilton Darwin

Overlooking Darwin Harbour, Hilton Darwin offers fabulous Esplanade views and an ideal location in the heart of the city. The impressive, marble-floored lobby, surrounded by warm colors and Aboriginal artwork, immediately welcomes you with a touch of authentic Australian style. The attentive hotel staff always make for a great stay. Enjoy the sunshine at the 10th floor outdoor swimming pool, or sip drinks at the stylish bar before savoring a delicious meal in their restaurant, which features an innovative menu of local specialties, including kangaroo, crocodile and barramundi.


Darwin
Australia
32 Mitchell Street

Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel

Situated in the heart of the World Heritage Kakadu National Park sits the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel. Take part in the unique experience of the Australian Outback at this one-of-a-kind hotel, which from above resembles a crocodile - an animal well known in these parts. After hours of exploration and touring of the land, feel restored after taking a dip in the outdoor pool, lounging in the shady garden, or partaking of the many unique Outback flavors at the on-site restaurant and bar. The Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is committed to supporting its environment and the community within it, while providing friendly service and comfort for its visitors.


Kakadu National Park
Australia
Flinders Street

Pullman Cairns International

Pullman Cairns International is an upscale hotel exuding the architectural grandeur of the city's rich colonial past. Overlooking Cairns Harbour and the lush mountain hinterland, this 321-room hotel is perfectly positioned in the CBD to take advantage of all the city has to offer. After a great day of sightseeing, dine in Coco's Restaurant, grab a drink at the Lobby Bar, or pamper yourself at Vie Spa.


Cairns
Australia
17 Abbott St

Sydney Harbour Marriott

Ideally placed in Circular Quay, the Sydney Harbour Marriott welcomes guests with elegant rooms, luxury amenities, and an award-winning commitment to outstanding service. Take advantage of the fitness center, indoor pool and on-site dining.


Sydney
Australia
30 Pitt Street

The Hermitage

A haven for adventurous travellers for more than a century, the world renowned Hermitage Hotel in the heart of Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a complete year-round alpine retreat.


Mount Cook
New Zealand
Mount Cook National Park

Novotel Queenstown Lakeside

Centrally located in one of the most picturesque settings in the world, Novotel Queenstown Lakeside is nestled beside beautiful and tranquil Lake Wakitipu. This fresh, modern hotel offers guests 273 contemporary rooms plus superb, uninterrupted views of the lake, mountains and adjoining gardens. Novotel Queenstown Lakeside also features great facilities including a Jacuzzi, plus the excellent Elements Restaurant and the Elements Cafe and Bar.


Queenstown
New Zealand
Corner Earl St & Marine Parade

Novotel Rotorua Lakeside

Situated on the picturesque shores of Lake Rotorua, the Novotel Rotorua Lakeside offers tranquil surroundings with sensational views. The central location makes for easy access to Rotorua's cafes, restaurants, and many popular local attractions.


Rotorua
New Zealand
Lake End Tutanekai Street

SKYCITY Hotel

This spacious hotel allows you to relax in style while enjoying more than 20 restaurants, cafes and bars, a theatre, free live entertainment on selected nights and the iconic Sky Tower - all right on your doorstep! Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Additional amenities include a casino, spa services, and a fitness facility. This is a smoke-free property.


Auckland
New Zealand
Corner Victoria & Federal St.

Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa

Subtle sophistication and laidback luxury awaits you at Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa. Infusing Sofitel's French influences with exotic Fijian customs, the resort blends tradition with the most modern technologies for a tropical retreat that really does offer it all. A private waterfront location and the Pacific's largest lagoon-style pool are a prelude to the sanctuary that is Sofitel Fiji's stylish of rooms, each with a private balcony or terrace. World class dining, a sublime International Day Spa, and an unsurpassed range of adrenalin pumping activities make for an unforgettable experience.


Nadi
Fiji
Denarau Island

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