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10 nights from Darwin (Australia) with Silver Cloud Expedition

Oceania: Australia, South Africa

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Cruise code SILE4240719010
calendar_month 19 Jul 2024
from €11,100.00
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Cruise itinerary

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    Friday 19 July 2024 - 04:30
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    Saturday 20 July 2024
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    Sunday 21 July 2024 06:30 - 06:00
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    Monday 22 July 2024 06:00 - 05:30
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    Tuesday 23 July 2024
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    Wednesday 24 July 2024 10:30 - 05:30
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    Thursday 25 July 2024
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    Friday 26 July 2024 05:30 - 07:00
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    Saturday 27 July 2024
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    Sunday 28 July 2024 02:00 - 07:00
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    Monday 29 July 2024
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    Tuesday 30 July 2024 07:00
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Darwin

Darwin

Exploring Darwin: A Tropical Paradise in Australia

Darwin, situated in Australia's Northern Territory, is a city rich in history and natural beauty, offering visitors a unique blend of indigenous culture and modern charm. Founded in 1869, Darwin has overcome its tumultuous past, including being heavily bombed during World War II, to become a vibrant and multicultural destination that celebrates its resilience and diversity.

Tropical Climate of Darwin

Darwin experiences a tropical savanna climate characterized by two distinct seasons: the wet season from November to April and the dry season from May to October. The wet season brings heavy rainfall and impressive thunderstorms, while the dry season offers sunny days and cooler nights, making it an ideal time for outdoor activities like exploring national parks and enjoying the city's outdoor markets.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Darwin

Discover Darwin's unique attractions, such as the Mindil Beach Sunset Market where you can sample local cuisine and watch stunning sunsets over the Timor Sea. Explore the lush George Brown Botanic Gardens, visit Crocosaurus Cove to get up close with saltwater crocodiles, or take a day trip to Litchfield National Park to swim in refreshing waterfalls.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of the Northern Territory

Immerse yourself in Darwin's culinary scene by trying local delicacies like barramundi fish, kangaroo meat, mud crab, and buffalo steaks. Indulge in Asian-inspired dishes at the Parap Markets or savor fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants. Don't miss the opportunity to taste traditional Aboriginal bush foods like bush tomatoes and macadamia nuts for a truly authentic culinary experience.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Darwin

Take your Darwin adventure to the next level by booking a cruise departing from this coastal city. From luxury cruises exploring the Kimberley region's rugged landscapes to wildlife cruises in search of dolphins and sea turtles in the Timor Sea, there are diverse options to suit every traveler. A cruise from Darwin promises unforgettable experiences and breathtaking views of Australia's northern waters.

Wyndham

Wyndham

Koolama Bay

Koolama Bay

Isole Ashmore e Cartier

Isole Ashmore e Cartier

Newcastle

Newcastle

Historical Insight

Newcastle, located in the heart of New South Wales, Australia, is steeped in a rich tapestry of history. Initially inhabited by the Awabakal and Worimi peoples, it became a pivotal site for convicts sent to mine coal in the early 19th century. This era laid the groundwork for Newcastle's transformation into a significant industrial hub. Today, the city honors its past through preserved historical sites and the revitalization of its heritage areas, inviting visitors to explore its storied beginnings.

Embracing the Climate

Newcastle enjoys a temperate climate, making it an ideal destination year-round. With warm, humid summers and mild winters, the weather perfectly complements the city's vibrant beach culture. This balmy climate encourages outdoor activities, from surfing at the famed beaches to relaxing in its numerous parks, ensuring visitors can enjoy everything Newcastle has to offer, irrespective of the season.

Attractions Galore

The city's allure lies in its diverse attractions, from stunning beaches like Nobbys and Merewether to historical sites such as the Fort Scratchley Historic Site. The Bathers Way coastal walk offers breathtaking views and leads explorers from the historic lighthouse down to the artistic hub of the city. For art enthusiasts, the Newcastle Art Gallery showcases both contemporary and traditional works, making it a cultural treasure trove. This blend of natural beauty and rich culture makes Newcastle a must-visit destination.

Local Cuisine and Delicacies

Newcastle's culinary scene is a reflection of its multicultural community, offering a delectable range of local and international flavors. Seafood, naturally, is a highlight, with local restaurants serving freshly caught produce. The city's markets are a food lover's paradise, offering everything from gourmet cheeses to artisan breads. Don't miss the chance to savor the locally produced wines, a testament to the region's burgeoning wine industry.

Your Gateway to Exploration

Embarking on a cruise from Newcastle not only unlocks the treasures within the city but also serves as a gateway to the wider wonders of Australia and beyond. With its strategic location, modern facilities, and stunning backdrop, Newcastle is the perfect starting point for your maritime adventure. Imagine setting sail from a city that offers an unforgettable blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. This is your invitation to discover the world in a way that only Newcastle can offer.

Kimberley

Kimberley

Kimberley

Kimberley