Coral Expeditions’ solo traveller offer for New Guinea circle voyages
Coral Expeditions are offering solo travellers ‘no single supplement’ on their New Guinea circle voyages on board new ship, Coral Adventurer.
Guests can enjoy the privacy of their own room as they venture to this alluring, untouched part of the world, rated one of the top destinations for intrepid travellers.
New Guinea, one of the last remote places on the planet, is best experienced by small ship. Coral Adventurer’s sophisticated expedition capabilities will allow guests to get up close to the region’s natural habitats and hidden communities in comfort and safety.
This special offer is available on the following two 2019 departures:
Customs and Craftsmen Circle – 22-nights
Departs 8 October 2019 from Darwin
Explore crafts of Malukus and New Guinea with professional guidance from an art expert, collector and anthropologist Arthur Beau Palmer. This inaugural 22-night voyage will explore the remote villages and historic towns of Papua New Guinea, West Papua and the Maluku Islands.
New Guinea Circle – 25-nights
Departs 25 November 2019 from Cairns
A near circumnavigation of New Guinea, take in the history and colours of the Spice Islands, snorkel and dive coral gardens at Raja Ampat. Visit WW1 battle sites at Buna and Sanananda while exploring some of the world’s most exotic and untouched regions as they emerge into the 21st century.
Limited capacity available and T&C’s apply. For bookings and further information on this special offer, please phone 1800 079 545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other solo traveller offers are available on selected 2019 departures including Tasmania, Spice Islands and Passage to the Solomons. Limited staterooms available, enquire with reservations team.
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