Up to $900 off cruises + $200 OBC with Carnival Cruises
Available on select travel dates in 2020 and 2021. Destinations include Pacific, New Caledonia, Australia and New Zealand. T&Cs apply.
Take to the waters around New Zealand for one of the best ways to see the incredible coastline’s beaches and fjords.
November to March.
Being summer, November through March are the warmest months in New Zealand, meaning it is best for those nature-based shore excursions. Cruise options are also much more limited during the winter months.
New Zealand is a popular cruise destination due to its beautiful scenery and the summer months are usually the busiest and most expensive.
It can be a good idea to travel in the shoulder months of October–November and March–April, to make your trip a little less expensive and not as crowded.
Best time to visit New Zealand, weather-wise: December through to March is the best time to visit New Zealand for a cruise, as they are the warmer months.
Cheapest time to cruise New Zealand: October, November and April are good options to cruise New Zealand on a budget, as they are out of the peak season but the weather will still be relatively warm. If you're concerned about poor weather affecting your cruise but are tempted by the bargains that can be had during the off season, cruise travel insurance can help compensate you for changes to your itinerary and give you peace of mind for your sailing.
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|16 Jan 2020||Mediterranean cruises from just $99 with MSC||********|
|15 Jan 2020||Up to $900 off cruises + $200 OBC with Carnival Cruises||********|
|15 Jan 2020||$1 deposits + onboard credit with P&O Cruises||********|
|21 Jan 2020||$50 deposit on Rockies & Alaska tour and cruise with flights||********|
|17 Jan 2020||Australia Day sale: $1 deposit on Princess Cruises||********|
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