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Wed, May 20 | Benoa (Denspasar), Bali

6:00 PM Depart

    • Wed, May 20

      • 6:00 PM Depart

    • Benoa (Denspasar), Bali

      Benoa is your launchpoint for discovering the treasures of this exquisite island. Indulge in watersports activities, including jetskiing, banana boating, parasailing, snorkeling, diving, and reef fishing. Visit Ubud, renowned for its temples, shrines, artists’ workshops and galleries, and the Sacred Monkey Forest.

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    • Thu, May 21

      • 1:00 PM Arrive

      • 6:00 PM Depart

    • Komodo, Indonesia

      Home of the Komodo dragon — the world’s largest lizard, which is found in the wild nowhere else on Earth — Komodo is located in the center of the 17,508 islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago. Although settled since at least the Neolithic era, the island today is inhabited mostly by the descendants of convicts who were exiled here. It is better known, however, as one of three islands that comprise Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Man and Biosphere Reserve. While here, enjoy the tropical climate and hilly terrain rimmed with white-sand beaches and one of only seven pink-sand beaches in the world. Perhaps you’ll visit the park, take a walk along the walking trails (because of the dragons, it is required that you be accompanied by a guide), or take a cruise in a glass-bottom boat to admire the abundant marine life.

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  1. At sea
    May 22

    • Sat, May 23

      • 9:00 AM Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Dili, Timor-Leste

      One of the youngest countries in the world is Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor), which became a sovereign nation in 2002. The island of Timor was colonized by the Portuguese in the early 16th century, and Timor-Leste’s capital city, Dili, retains its Portuguese ambiance, despite occupations by the Japanese during World War II and Indonesia in the late 20th century.

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  2. At sea
    May 24

  3. At sea
    May 25

    • Tue, May 26

      • 12 Noon Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Thursday Island, Australia

      Immerse yourself in the island’s cultural mix of Asian, European, and Pacific Island influences at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre. At Green Hill Fort, built as a defense against Russian invasion and later a World War II military base, admire military artifacts and splendid views, as well as exhibits that pay homage to the island’s pearl fishing history. Or join a deep-sea fishing expedition.

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  4. At sea
    May 27

    • Thu, May 28

      • 6:00 AM Arrive

      • 6:00 PM Depart

    • Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

      Historically made up of tribal peoples making their living from the sea, Port Moresby became the capital of Papua New Guinea when the country gained its independence in 1975. While here, perhaps you’ll admire the mosaic façade of the National Parliament House, inhale the fragrance of tropical blooms at the Port Moresby Nature Park, or marvel at the depth and diversity of the local culture at the National Museum and Art Gallery.

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    • Fri, May 29

      • 12 Noon Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Samarai, Papua New Guinea

      Once an important trading center, Samarai Island was evacuated and its buildings were destroyed to prevent it from falling into Japanese control during World War II. It has since been rebuilt — though not to the same scale as its glory days. Take a stroll along the pleasant pathway that encircles its pretty town, view spectacular marine life on a SCUBA diving expedition, or simply relax on the beach.

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  5. At sea
    May 30

    • Sun, May 31

      • 10:00 AM Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

      The largest of the Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal is best known for the six-month battle between Allied and Japanese forces that marked a turning point in the Pacific theater during World War II. The island still brims with World War II relics, monuments, and memorials, as you may discover. Perhaps you’ll explore its tropical interior, with its excellent birdwatching. Or see for yourself why the island is revered for its superior snorkeling and diving.

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  6. At sea
    June 1

    • Tue, Jun 02

      • 9:00 AM Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu

      A stunning island of palm-lined beaches, spring-fed swimming holes, lush rainforests, and lofty mountains, Espiritu Santo also played an important role in World War II. Perhaps you’ll explore this heritage, or experience the island’s traditional village life. You can also enjoy exceptional swimming and snorkeling here. Or simply relax on the beach.

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  7. At sea
    June 3

    • Thu, Jun 04

      • 8:00 AM Arrive

      • 5:00 PM Depart

    • Tanna Island, Vanuatu

      By the time Captain James Cook set foot on Tanna Island in 1774, it had been inhabited by the Melanesians for over 2,000 years. Even today, the island retains a traditional culture that is largely untouched by the West, and it is best experienced through a visit to a local village. Natural wonders abound as well, including wild horses on the Whitefrass Plains, spectacular waterfalls, and coral reefs perfect for snorkeling.

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  8. At sea
    June 5

    • Sat, Jun 06

      • 9:00 AM Arrive

    • Lautoka, Fiji

      Known as “Sugar City” for the green-gold sugarcane that surrounds it on three sides, the town of Lautoka is the largest in the Fijian islands and the place where your sojourn begins. Save some time to browse the shops along the city’s stately, royal palm-lined main thoroughfare and visit the botanical garden.

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Sat, Jun 06 | Lautoka, Fiji

9:00 AM Arrive

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