Holidaymakers keen to see the Pacific Islands and Australia on board the National Geographic Orion have been urged to book now as cabins are filling up.
The line announced it is down to its last remaining availabilities for 2014 aboard its 102-guest ship.
Among the itineraries with limited cabins remaining is the 15-day ‘Kimberley with Spice’ voyage from Broome to Bali departing 10 August 2014.
The cruise takes guests to the remote island villages of Indonesia as well as popular snorkeling and diving spots at Rowley Shoals.
As an added attraction, Peter Hillary, the son of the late Sir Edmund Hillary, will join the cruise as a guest speaker.
There’s also the 17-day ‘Spice Island Adventure’ cruise from Bali to Cairns departing 20 October 2014.
The voyage gives holidaymakers the chance to spot Komodo dragons and snorkel coral reefs from the Moluccas to West Papua.
Other cruises also down to their last few cabins include the 14-day ‘Exploring the Coral Sea: Papua New Guinea’ cruise; 18-day ‘Reef, Lagoons and Volcanic Isles’; as well as the 19-day ‘Legends of the South Pacific’ cruise.
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