P&O Cruises from Fremantle can now include 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 Probolinggo. The May departure is priced from $899* per person quad share.
P&O’s new 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.
P&O Cruises president Sture Myrmell said: “We’re always thinking of ways to introduce new experiences into our itineraries and by opening up our Indonesian cruises to include overnight stays in Bali, we’re allowing our guests the freedom to really immerse themselves in the beautiful Balinese culture.
“With our fare including accommodation, transport, meals, and calls to four Indonesian ports, this cruise really represents unbeatable holiday value.
“As well as offering a relaxing and great value way to holiday in the region, our Indonesian cruises offer the chance to see the beauty of the Western Australian coastline as well as the phenomena of The Wallace Line, a transitional zone between Asia and Australia where the flora and fauna changes dramatically.”