LAND OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS TO ICELAND

fr $3,859*

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An amazing display of purple, blue, pink and green light dancing across the dark sky of night, the spectacular Aurora Borealis is one of nature’s greatest wonders. This voyage takes you to Iceland, the ‘Land of Fire & Ice’ where, if atmospheric conditions are right, you have the chance to witness the incredible Northern Lights. The Faroe, Shetland and Orkney Islands are fascinating stepping stones on this spectacular voyage.

Fly, Cruise & Stay 15 Night Package with 4* Stay in London plus Stonehenge & Bath Tour plus free Panoramic Tour of London with Thames River Cruise

Departure date: 1 March 2020
Embark port: Tilbury, England
Cruise line: Cruise and Maritime Voyages
Ship: Magellan

PACKAGE INCLUDES

  • Return economy airfare with full service carrier from Perth to London
  • 3 nights 4* accommodation in London including continental breakfast
  • Full Day Stonehenge & Bath Tour – A full day, leisurely paced tour to Stonehenge and Georgian Bath, with plenty of time to explore.
  • BONUS FREE** Half Day Panoramic Tour of London in a Vintage Red Bus with a Thames River Cruise
  • 12 night Land of Northern Lights to Iceland cruise onboard CMV’s Magellan from Tilbury return
    – Main Meals~ and entertainment onboard
    – Afternoon teas and late night snacks.
    – Captain’s Cocktail Party (cruises of 6 nights or more).
    – Self service tea & coffee (6am to 10pm).
    – Big show entertainment, cabarets and classical interludes.
    – Daytime activities and leisure facilities.
    – Guest speaker and arts & crafts (on selected sailings).
    – Porterage of luggage, port to cabin.
    – Airport taxes, Port charges and government fees

IG – Voyager Inner Guarantee fr $3,859*pp
OG – Voyager Oceanview Guarantee fr $4,559*pp
JS – Junior Suite fr $7,759*pp


Ex Melbourne add on $100*pp
Ex Adelaide add on $140*pp
Ex Sydney or Brisbane add on $190*pp


Offer Ends: 30 Sep or until Sold Out

Secure your Cruise Package with travel key today on 1300 852 182

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TOUR DETAILS

Pre-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity
01/03/20 Fly Australia to London, own way to hotel
02/03/20 Stonehenge and Bath Tour
03/03/20 Panoramic London Tour with Thames River Cruise
04/03/20 Own way to port, embark Magellan
Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
04/03/20 Tilbury, England 03:00PM
05/03/20 Rotterdam, Holland 08:00AM 02:00PM
06/03/20 At sea
07/03/20 Torshavn, Denmark 11:00AM 07:00PM
08/03/20 At sea
09/03/20 Reykjavik, Iceland 08:00AM overnight
10/03/20 Reykjavik, Iceland 07:00PM
11/03/20 At sea
12/03/20 At sea
13/03/20 Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland 07:00AM 08:00PM
14/03/20 Kirkwall, Scotland 07:00AM 05:00PM
15/03/20 At sea
16/03/20 Tilbury, England 08:00AM
Post-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity
16/03/20 Own way to airport, fly London to Australia
17/03/20 Arrive Australia

Highlights of this cruise:

Torshavn
Once the site of an annual Viking gathering, Tórshavn is today one of the smallest and most pleasant capital cities in the world. It sits on the southern tip of Streymoy, one of eighteen islands in the Faroese archipelago. Tinganes is the old part of the town where characteristic, red wooden buildings with turf-covered roofs cluster on a narrow peninsula. It juts into the natural harbour around which the modern town has been built. The Faroe Islands have a wild and dramatic landscape, which is a magnificent backdrop to optional excursions showing how islanders live on this remote and unspoiled archipelago.

Reykjavik
Part old Norse, part modern city, the Icelandic capital has a quirky character of its own. Although Reykjavik is one of the world’s smallest capital cities, it is home to almost half of Iceland’s population. Mosaics, murals and sculptures are found throughout the oldest part of the town where brightly coloured houses with tin roofs are watched over by the towering Hallgrimskirkja Church. The classic ‘Golden Circle’ featuring vast lava fields, bubbling mud pools, crashing waterfalls and spouting geysers, is a popular optional excursion along with the chance to bathe in the famous geothermal Blue Lagoon.

Lerwick
Originally settled by the Norsemen in the 9th century, Lerwick was founded as an unofficial marketplace to service 17th century Dutch herring fleets. The core of the town is a maze of narrow, flagstone streets set behind 18th century sandstone buildings overlooking the busy harbour. Hay’s Dock, once the centre of Shetland’s fishing and boat building industries, is home to the marvellous Shetland Museum and Archives. On the southern tip of Mainland the extraordinary archaeological site of Jarlshof tells the story of some 4,000 years of human history on this remote archipelago with a wealth of wildlife.

Kirkwall
The capital of the amazing Orkney archipelago, the Royal Burgh of Kirkwall sits almost exactly in the centre of Mainland, dividing the island into East and West. The magnificent St. Magnus Cathedral, a legacy of the town’s rich Viking heritage, dominates Kirkwall’s skyline. In its shadow, the town is a cluster of grey stone buildings lining narrow, flagstone streets. Excursions explore these beautiful islands whose history can be traced back some 6,000 years through Neolithic standing stones and the magnificent archaeological site of Skara Brae. Modern day Orkney is a hive of creative activity and its craft workshops are perfect for a special souvenir.