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Asia / Pacific Pacific Islands Cruise

Frontier Lands of New Guinea

Travel from Australia aboard the 120-guest Coral Adventurer to the remote sights and sounds of the rarely visited New Guinea. Experience some of the world’s most striking and intact cultural regions as they emerge into the 21st century and venture into the most remote corners of Papua New Guinea on a series of distinct departures with trip lengths to suit a range of travel needs.

The main, comprehensive 36-day expedition runs round-trip from Darwin, Australia, to explore the entire coastline of Papua New Guinea as well as the stunningly beautiful Raja Ampat, Indonesia, and the history-rich Spice Islands. Highlights include sailing past an active volcano, opportunities to collect regional hand-carved artifacts, snorkeling and scuba diving (added cost) through coral reefs, zipping through gumdrop karst islands aboard a Zodiac, indulging in a Bandanese feast under the stars, climbing Mt Pindito, swimming with majestic whale sharks and encountering the Asmat warriors at Agats.

Throughout the expedition guests discover the very best that nature has to offer, with the brilliantly colored bird-of-paradise, the world’s most diverse coral reefs and unique and powerful villages that have maintained traditional lifestyles throughout years of colonial exploration. This 36-day route can be split into two shorter itineraries for travelers with less time, to experience portions of this unique expedition cruise.

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Itinerary

New Guinea Circumnavigation Itinerary

The New Guinea Circumnavigation cruise operates round-trip from Darwin, Australia, with visits to villages along the New Guinea coastline, as well as the Spice Islands and Raja Ampat, Indonesia.

Route map of New Guinea Circle small ship cruise, operating round-trip from Darwin, Australia, with visits along the New Guinea coastline, including Indonesia's Raja Ampat & Spice Islands.
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Day 1
Embark Darwin, Australia

Be welcomed aboard Coral Adventurer at 8:30am, then depart Darwin at 10:00am. Get to know the ship and fellow travelers while sailing across the Arafura Sea.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

lunch, dinner

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Day 2
At Sea

Guest lecturers will hold several presentations today, on the itinerary, safety procedures, Indonesian culture and protocols.  This evening, mingle with the captain, crew and fellow guests at the captain’s welcome drinks event.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 3
Banda Islands, Indonesia

As the ship arrives at the entrance to Banda Neira, the Zonegat Channel, traditional long canoes known as Kora Kora emerge, rowed thunderously by men in traditional costume. These traditional war canoes provide an impressive escort into the caldera for the first look at Banda Neira. This island visit features Rumah Budaya, Old Dutch Church Hatta House, Perigi Rante, a Nutmeg plantation and the highlight visit of the beautiful Fort Belgica for traditional dancing and sampling local treats during sunset drinks.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 4
Banda Islands

History has coined these islands as the fabled Spice Islands and is not without sound reason. Today these islands may be almost unheard of, but they’ve played an important role in the European history from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Combining raw natural beauty, a warm local heart, and a palpable and fascinating history, this remote cluster of ten islands were home to some of the most prized and fought-over commodities in the past–nutmeg, cloves and mace. Underwater, impressive undersea drop-offs are vibrantly plastered with multicolored coral gardens. The central islands–Pulau Neira and Pulau Banda Besar–curl in picturesque crescents around the pocket-sized volcano Gunung Api.

Today, snorkel over the coral reef that has emerged on the lava flow from Gunung Api’s historic eruption. Others may go ashore in Banda for a tea party in the charming local surrounds.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 5
Sebakor Bay

Visit this remarkable scenic bay, where waterfalls tumble directly into the ocean. Here, enjoy water activities such as snorkeling, diving (added cost) and kayaking.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 6
Arguni

Arguni is a small island off the west coast of West Papua province of Indonesia. The island covers less than two square miles. The local language Arguni is spoken by about 150 people. On the south side of the island are pearl farm buoys and cages floating in the warm clear water. Mangrove swamps, many interesting limestone islets and formations, Papuan rock art (notably hand and foot stencils), burial caves and villages (some on stilts) line the shore. While Arguni is in the Fakfak Regency, it still has a traditional king (a functionless title), Raja Hanaf Pauspaus of Arguni, one of many Kings of Indonesia.

Upon arrival, be greeted by villagers displaying many cultural attractions, including traditional dances, local music and traditional handcrafts. Enjoy fresh coconut and browse around the village to observe daily life and interact with the local people. Following this, journey by Zodiac to visit the famous ancient blood paintings at Roefroefoea. The paintings feature many hands of humans and also animal depictions, with the red color of the paintings resembling the color of blood.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 7
Misool

At Misool, explore the stone gardens with its misty beauty. As a hidden and deserted paradise, Misool is unspoiled with waters of aquamarine lined by towering karst cliffs of various shapes and forms. Misool waters have approximately 200 saltwater lagoons stretching like a green carpet and bustling with unique and beautiful corals. Here, swim, snorkel and explore around the islands by kayak.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 8
Kofiau

Kofiau Islands are covered by lush trees and wild plants, offering a fantastic wealth of nature and beautiful scenery. The tropical rainforest is home to the endemic rare kofiau paradise kingfisher, kofiau monarch and kofiau green-tree python.

Here, enjoy white and soft sandy beaches, and crystal clear water with stunning corals. Be welcomed to the local villages and meet the people to experience their daily lives. Witness traditional foods being prepared and attend the celebration of Buka Sasi.

In the afternoon, enjoy snorkeling, diving (added cost), or birdwatching.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 9
Wayag Islands

The jewel in the crown of Raja Ampat, picturesque gumdrop karsts are the backdrop for this paradise on earth. Here, the underwater world is rightly famous– spend time discovering it with snorkeling, SCUBA diving (added cost) and kayaking opportunities. For the fit, a walk up to Mt Pindito is available. This steep uphill walk rewards with remarkable views over the islands.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 10
Amsterdam Island

Pulau Dua: Amsterdam and Middleburg Island are two islands located in the Tambrauw Regency, West Papua. Tambrauw is an expanding new regency since 2009, and as a conservation regency, the local government of Tambrauw continues to seek sustainable management of natural resources that is beneficial to the welfare of the people. Natural resource management and physical development of the area are conducted based on the principles of nature conservation, forest area conservation, local community wisdom empowerment and protection of customary rights of the community.

A lip-shaped island, sloping white beaches with clear water give visibility right to the seabed; the impressive underwater slope and cliff contours loom with the glorious wreck of ships drowned during WWII. This has created colorful coral gardens which offer a sensation for snorkelers and divers. Amsterdam Island is also well known as a place where leatherback turtles return to lay eggs.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 11
Roon Island

Just below the surface resides a Japanese plane wreck with big black corals, gorgonians, big lionfish, glassfish, shrimps and many more. Snorkelers on the surface can still clearly see the wreck when the weather cooperates and the water is still, or they may dive down for a closer look. Afterwards, hope to explore a nearby village to meet the locals.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 12
Kwatisore

Today, experience one of the highlights of this cruise–swimming with the whale sharks. The gentle giants will be swimming around the fishing bagans and guests may enter the water in small groups for a chance to swim with these amazing animals. This afternoon, visit the Papuan village of Kwatisore, where the locals will perform a bird of paradise dance and other traditional performances, with the invitation for you to join. Market stalls will be set up with interesting items to purchase, such as carved paddles. They are skilled musicians here and will entertain with their string band.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 13
Kwatisore

Today, have another opportunity to spot birds of paradise during the early morning outing. While heading to the Mamberamo River, guest lecturers will hold insightful presentations.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 14
Mamberamo River

The Mamberamo River is the largest river in Papua and is regarded as the Amazon of the East. It is considered as the largest rivers in Indonesia by volume. Along the huge river valley live many tribes who have little connection to the outside world. There is a an amazing biodiversity here in flora and fauna. This is an expedition destination.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 15
Jayapura

At tropical Jayapura city, nestled between beautiful steep forested mountains, take the opportunity to visit the bustling markets and exchange smiles with the locals. This is the ship’s clearance stop as she leaves Indonesia and departs for Papua New Guinea.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 16
Wewak, Papua New Guinea

Early this morning, arrive into the port town of Wewak. A tour with local guides reveals all the WWII history here, including Wewak Hill Lookout, ANZAC Memorial and Mission Hill. There is also time to see the local craft markets.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 17
Sepik River

At first light the ship enters the mighty Sepik River. The destination is the remote village of Bien or Kopar, where the locals are known for their arts and crafts. A true Sepik welcome awaits while stepping ashore. Take the opportunity to purchase the unique hand carvings of this region. While departing from the Sepik River, sail past the active volcano at Manam Island and enjoy sunset drinks.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 18
Madang

Explore Madang and its surrounds, which sits on a peninsula surrounded by a number of picturesque islands and is famed for its waterfront setting and colonial history. Discover the surrounding area on a Madang tour–which includes a visit to the Madang Haus Museum, the Coastwatchers Lighthouse and Bil Bil Village where pottery is made. Certified divers have the opportunity to check out some great dive sites in the area with experienced local operators (added cost). For guests who may only want to travel halfway, Madang is the disembarkation point.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 19
Dregerhafen

Today visit Dregerhafen in the Finschhafen district of Morobe, famous for Tami bowls and timber paddles. Visit the village of Gingala for a high-spirited PNG welcome. The markets will be open and there will be a chance to walk through the village with the locals. After lunch enjoy snorkeling, diving (added cost) and kayaking in the waters of the lagoon. Finish the day with drinks on the sundeck and the ship’s famous BBQ.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 20
Fly Islands & Morobe

Awaken early and travel ashore for a morning of water activities at Fly Island. Biangatu Reef is teeming with fish life and colorful coral. Enjoy snorkeling, diving (added cost) or kayaking. Enter Morobe Harbor and cruise in the Xplorer to view the stunning forest from the Mou River. Receive an Oro Province welcome and enjoy exploring the village with local guides. At high tide, hope to travel into a stunning hidden bay to another village.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 21
Buna

The Battle of Buna saw some of the fiercest fighting between American, Australian and Japanese forces during the final stages of WWII. Walk through the jungle with the local villagers and discover the fascinating history. After lunch, visit beautiful Sanananda with its War Museum, which the village has built to honor both sides. Consider the opportunity to meet the local village people and enjoy their lovely gardens.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 22
Tufi Fjord

Soak up spectacular views while cruising close to the towering cliffs before entering Tufi Fjord. Enjoy a leisurely swim and snorkel over colorful fringing reefs or visit the nearby resort for some relaxation.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 23
Dobu & Fergusson Islands

Join the expedition staff on a walk to Dei Dei Hot Springs, where the people share their mythical and spiritual tales of these hot water and mud springs. Learn of the history of the Kula Ring at Dobu Island and meet the local primary school children, who will welcome with a traditional dance performance. There will also be an opportunity to snorkel the incredible Bubbling Springs Reef.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 24
Sewa Bay

Cruise into beautiful Sewa Bay and be welcomed ashore to the local Pwanapwana Primary school. The locals will show their traditional war dances and share a morning tea of pineapple, coconut milk and sugar bananas.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 25
Bona Bona Island

At these small islands, have the opportunity to relax and take in the surroundings. Delami Island is home to a wonderful reef & beach where there is time for diving (added cost), snorkeling, swimming and birdwatching. Bona Bona Island, with vibrant marine life, also offers a chance to explore with an Xplorer cruise around the coast as well as diving (added cost) and snorkeling. Possibly visit the small village here and spot some of the abundant bird life–crested term, eclectus parrot, or the pied imperial pigeon. The village gardens are lovely and the locals will explain the plants.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 26
Hall Sound

Many rivers run from the mountains into Hall Sound, with historic Yule Island providing shelter from the Coral Sea. Here, explore the sound and enjoy an enthusiastic Central Province welcome.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 27
Kerema

Explore the Gulf Province capital and enjoy cultural experiences.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 28
Torres Strait to Indonesia

Enjoy a relaxing day at sea as the ship cruises through the Torres Strait and makes her entry into Indonesia.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 29
Merauke, Indonesia

Founded by the Maro River, this is the Easternmost city of Indonesia. Merauke is the border area between West Papua and Papua New Guinea on the south coast of the island. About 75 percent of the area is still shrouded in dense forest. Merauke is known for a number of natural attractions including the beaches, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, nature reserves and a captive crocodile.

Be welcomed with traditional dance before going to the Wasur National Park which is regarded as the Serengeti of Papua. The savanna landscape is surrounded by forest and bamboo, with grasslands and swamps. Many migratory birds, wallabies, and casssowaries come and inhabit the Blue Marsh Lake. This park is known for its giant ant nests; see these enormous formations, locally known as Musamus.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 30
At Sea

Enjoy a day at sea to relax while preparing to encounter the Agats warriors.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 31
Agats

Experience a memorable welcome by an armada of about 40 or more war canoes, rowed powerfully towards the ship by the Asmat warriors in traditional costume. Disembarking by Xplorer, be accompanied by the Asmat tribe’s warrior war canoes to Syuru village for a welcome dance set and performance by the Asmat women. After the ceremony, be invited deep into the “Men’s House” to experience wonderful items of traditional wooden arts and sculpture, which are offered for sale. This afternoon, visit Agats Township and the Museums there, with time to purchase artifacts and souvenirs.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 32
At Sea

Enjoy a day at sea, relax and enjoy lectures on the natural and marine wonders of West Papua while the ship steams towards Triton Bay.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 33
Triton Bay

Triton Bay lies on the south coast of the West Papua province of Indonesia, surrounded by tropical rainforests and rising on one side to a roughly 3,475-foot peak. The waters of the bay nurture abundant marine life woth 471 types of coral and 959 types of coral fish. In these waters, Bryde’s whales and whale sharks also find their home. Nearby this region is where Alfred Russel Wallace, contemporary and equal of Charles Darwin, wrote of his explorations in The Malay Archipelago around 1858. With visitors rare to this region, it is indescribably special.

Triton Bay is known for displaying an impressive level of soft coral coverage similar to places like Misool Island. Epaulette sharks can be seen walking over the reefs as giant groupers lurk in sheltered spots, while schools of jacks and fusiliers dart en masse. Squadrons of bump head parrotfish charge around chomping the coral into fine sand, watched by ever-present turtles. Triton Bay’s black coral forests are awesome in scale and never fail to impress.

In one area, the high limestone cliffs display extensive pre-historic drawings and carvings–colored orange, white and black–which are truly breath-taking. Take a  Zodiac ride up river to visit the villages.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 34
Kei Islands

Kei Island is located on the edge of the Coral Triangle, which outlines the world’s richest waters. Not only does this overall region have the highest diversity in terms of fish but also invertebrates, mollusks and corals. Fringing and barrier reefs shelter a huge variety of very colorful reef fishes. Big fish cruise by: spanish mackerels, dog tooth tuna, eagle and manta rays are common encounters.

Kei Islands are rapidly gaining a reputation as the place to go for perfect, unspoiled beaches, fringed with coconut groves. Ngurbloat beach is one of these. Roughly three miles of soft white sand (rumored to be as soft as flour), thousands of coconut trees, crystal clear blue sea and calm waves. Here, relax and reflect on this incredible journey of discovery.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 35
At Sea

Today, share memories of the adventure by photo sharing and attending final lectures by the expedition team. In the evening, attend the captain’s farewell dinner.

Accommodations

Coral Adventurer

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 36
Disembark Darwin, Australia

The ship will arrive into Darwin at 10:30am to clear customs and disembark at 12:00pm.

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n/a

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breakfast

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Inclusions, Terms & Notes

Included

Accommodations; all meals, house beer and wine during lunch and dinner service; 24-hour tea and coffee; captain’s welcome and farewell drinks; access to islands, marine and national parks; guided tours on Xplorer expedition vessel, Zodiacs, glass-bottom boat and kayaks; touring as described in each itinerary; services of expedition staff and lecturers including briefings and knowledge-sharing sessions; port taxes and government charges imposed by government authorities.

Exclusions

Airfare, transfers and hotels, scuba diving, entry visas, travel permits, insurance of any kind, items of a personal nature including but not limited to phone and internet communications and bar charges (outside of the included drinks package as highlighted), laundry charges and souvenir purchases.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of 20% is required per person at time of booking. The balance of the trip price is due 90 days before the departure date. Special holiday payment and cancellation terms may apply. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. A name change/transfer of the booking to another person is considered a cancellation and cancellation penalties will apply. A $200 per person fee may be charged for any amendments not requiring a date change after booking is confirmed. There is a $500 per person fee if a date change is made more than 90 days before departure. Standard cancellations are subject to the following per-person penalties, based on number of days prior to departure:
Up to 90 days – 100% of deposit
89 to 60 days – 50% of total trip cost
59 to 0 days – 100% of total trip cost

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A Traveler Information Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. Your Adventure Specialist will send you a unique link to complete this form along with a packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information upon booking confirmation.

Arrival & Departure

The main Frontier Lands of New Guinea cruise begins and ends in Darwin, Australia (DRW). Plan flights to arrive to Darwin the night before day 1 of the itinerary. Plan flights to depart Darwin after 4:00pm on day 36. We highly recommend arriving one day prior to your trip start date in case of any flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage issues. If you would like assistance with international flights, please visit our Booking Flights  resource page.

Activities

Whether you are looking for light activity options or more challenging outdoor pursuits, the ship’s crew can tailor most excursions to suit your skill level. Adventure activities may include hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving (contact AdventureSmith for pricing), small boat excursions, kayaking, wildlife observation and cultural tours.

Room Configuration

Limited double occupancy cabins for solo use may be available at a sole use rate; ask your Adventure Smith Specialist for details. Bookings made via the sole use rate are confirmed, with the option to request a cabin share; share requests made without a sole use rate booking are not guaranteed unless a match is found, accepted by both travelers and confirmed by the reservations team.

If you would like to share accommodation with another guest of the same gender, we will be happy to take your details and try to connect you with a suitable match. This program allows you to pay the per person double-occupancy rate if a match is found. Contact AdventureSmith for further details and availability.

Families & Children

Travel with children under 12 years of age is not recommended given the nature of these programs.

Travel Insurance

Protect your travel investment with insurance. Our partners at Travelex Insurance offer a variety of plans and policies to fit every trip and budget. You must purchase your travel insurance policy within 15 or 21 days of booking (depending on plan) for it to cover pre-existing medical conditions; refer to plan details. Learn more about travel insurance or get a free quote.

Itinerary Notes

Use the itinerary as a guide only. Itineraries may be altered due to weather, wildlife, national park regulation or at the captain’s discretion. The ability to be flexible makes this type of small ship cruising unique.

Rates & Dates

Cruise Rates & Dates

Listed prices for this trip are based on foreign currency exchange rates and may vary. USD pricing will be calculated at the time of final payment based on the market conversion rate plus a 1% banking conversion fee of total invoiced amount. Please contact AdventureSmith for current pricing.

Note that the 36-day itinerary may be split into two shorter 18- to 19-day itineraries upon request and availability; contact AdventureSmith Explorations for details and rates.

Departures available regularly, October and November. Contact us for 2021 rates and availability.

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