The Best Easter 2016 Cruises

Easter might be less than two weeks away, but there’s still just enough time to choose among the best Easter 2016 cruises and book your holiday for this year! Better still – since there are literally just days to go until the spring holiday, you’ll be able to snap up some incredible last-minute deals and save yourself a small fortune. So if you’re eager to sail away on the seven seas this month but haven’t got any concrete plans yet, check out our picks for the best Easter 2016 cruises – all of which are available to book right now!

Best Easter 2016 Cruises: The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne
The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, image via Flickr, Charlievdb CC 2.0

Best Easter 2016 Cruises

19-night cruise around Australia and Asia

Set sail from Sydney, Australia onboard the Diamond Princess on this incredible cruise and visit amazing ports of call you’ve always wanted to go to. Take a leisurely stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens of Melbourne, indulge in a wine tasting tour in Adelaide and shop for original artwork in Fremantle, Perth before spending a few well-earned days relaxing and enjoying everything the ship has to offer whilst at sea. The next port of call is Benoa, Bali where you can try your hand at all kinds of water sports in Bali Wake Part, followed by Bangkok where you can explore ancient temples, Ho Chi Minh City with countless cultural and city tours and finally Singapore, which has more state-of-the-art architecture and shopping malls than you’ll ever believe.

Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok, image via Flickr, David Johnson, CC 2.0

15-night cruise around Asia

If you like the idea of cruising around Asia but can’t commit to something as long as a 19-night cruise, this Treasures of Asia cruise might just fit the bill perfectly. Departing from Adelaide on Easter Sunday, this ship stops at Fremantle, Benoa, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore, giving you plenty of opportunities to see exotic sites and soak up the tropical surroundings. The cruise takes place on the same boat – the Diamond Princess – as the previous cruise and it’s even a little cheaper, making it the better choice for travellers with a limited budget.

Secret Falls in Hobart, Tasmania
Secret Falls in Hobart, Tasmania, image via Flickr, Tim Cooper, CC 2.0

4-night cruise around Australia and Tasmania

If you’re brand new to cruising, a four-night sampler cruise around Tasmania might be more your speed. This cruise sets sail from Sydney onboard the Explorer of the Seas and only has one port of call – Hobart, Tasmania. With stunning natural scenery, wildlife sanctuaries, nature reserves, botanical gardens and waterfalls, this port of call really is a nature lover’s dream. The Explorer of the Seas is a recently enhanced liner with all kinds of amazing add-ons, including the FlowRider surf simulator, an outdoor cinema screen and Broadway-style musicals – plenty for you to get your teeth into during your mini break. However, this cruise departs just before Easter, so if you’ll need to act fast if you want to be sure of getting a cabin.

About Nicola Quinn

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Nicola is a travel and food writer living in the Canary Islands who loves exploring far-off places, pushing herself to the limit and trying local eats wherever she goes.

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