baliFremantlePOPacific Eden

first_imgbaliFremantleP&OPacific Eden P&O Cruises from Fremantle now offer a sleepover in Bali, with its first overnight stay on 13 April 2017.The overnight call features in the cruise line’s 12-day Indonesian cruises departing Fremantle on 9 April and 28 May 2017, which also include visits to Komodo Island, Lombok and ProbolinggoThe additional time allows P&O to offer a range of immersive shore excursions, including a traditional Balinese farming experience, where guests travel to a village and spend a day with a local family, working in a rice paddy as well as harvesting coconuts. Other popular day trips include whitewater rafting on the Ayung River and a tour taking in Uluwatu Temple and the picturesque Bukit Peninsula.The new itinerary is part of P&O’s biggest Fremantle season, with Pacific Eden returning for a three-month season from 9 April to 3 July 2017.Among the 14 cruises on offer will be the cruise line’s first sailings to the Kimberley with the inaugural cruise call to Kuri Bay – a remote coastal bay north of Broome boasting magnificent red rock escarpments and a turquoise bay – scheduled for 20 May.Guests will be able to explore the spectacular wilderness of the Kimberley by foot or air, visit a Paspaley pearl farm, take an indigenous tour or spot local wildlife.last_img

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