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14-night Circle Japan Cruise on board MS Noordam (30 Mar 2025)

15 Days

Cruise Information

  • R43,335 per person sharing
  • 14 nights
  • 30 Mar 2025
  • Not included
  • Inside stateroom
  • MS Westerdam
  • Holland America Line
  • Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan
  • Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan
  • Check with agent
  • 30 Mar 2025
  • 13 Apr 2025
  • 1 Jun 2024
  • 5018

Overview

Visit Japan’s culture-rich ports roundtrip from Yokohama (Tokyo). Tour the stunning, Edo-era Kochi castle, stroll Kanazawa’s 17th-century gardens and see Otaru’s shimmering canals.

Celebrate HAL’s 151st Anniversary with this limited offer:

  • Up to 45% off Cruise Only Fares
  • Up to $300 Onboard Credit per stateroom
  • 50% Reduced Deposit
  • Free Guests 3 & 4 on select cruises.

Itinerary

Day 2 :
Day at Sea
Day 7 :
Day At Sea
Day 10 :
Days At Sea
Day 14 :
Days At Sea

Includes & Excludes

Includes

  • 14 nights’ accommodation onboard in selected cabin
  • All meals and entertainment onboard
  • Port taxes and charges

Excludes

  • Flights
  • Transfers
  • Beverages not specified
  • Gratuities
  • Laundry
  • Beauty & spa treatments
  • Anything of a personal nature

Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan

Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis is one of the 47prefectures of Japan and is located on the eastern side of the main island Honshū.

Tokyo was originally known as Edo. It was small fishing village, which later on became the home to the Japanese Imperial dynasty. It is the largest city of the country and also one of the main administrative regions of Japan. The Tokyo metropolis consists of three main parts, which include 23 special wards, the Tama Area and the islands. Located in the center of the Japanese archipelago, the city is bordered by the Edogawa River, Tamagawa River, Chiba Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefecture, Kanagawa Prefecture and the Saitama Prefecture.

Tokyo lies in the humid subtropical climate zone with hot humid summers and generally mild winters with cool spells.

From the hectic multi-road crossing at Shinjuku (made famous in Lost in Translation) to the peaceful tree filled gardens at the Meiji Shrine, the city’s key sights are varied and mesmerizing.

The wide tree-lined streets of Ginza are synonymous with the Japanese’s favorite hobby; sheer, unadulterated shopping. Despite being destroyed in the 1923 earthquake, the area soon sprung back with designer shops, famous department stores and tiny exclusive boutiques to inspire even the most yen conscious of visitors.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden was originally created for the royal family, these are perhaps the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo. The layout is meticulous and breathtaking, with both Japanese and French garden design, an imperial villa and a tropical greenhouse to explore.

To the surprise of many visitors, dining out in Tokyo doesn’t cost the earth. With en estimated 60,000 eateries there is something for every tastebud and budget, from the gastronomic delights of Gordon Ramsay’s or Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurants to fresh and delicious sushi, served from a stall at the city’s famous fish market.

With tiny Japanese apartments still very much the norm, most Tokyo locals socialise out of the house. This has contributed to the vast array of restaurants, bars, clubs and coffee houses for visitors to discover. From the small and smoky Japanese nomiya bars to the wallet-busting cocktails at the Park Hilton, even long-term visitors can’t run out of new watering holes. If all the live music inspires you, you might want to start making some of your own. Karaoke is still big business in Tokyo, but forget the drunken man serenading a bar full of strangers. In Tokyo the singing is done in small private rooms, with plush seating and excellent sound systems.

Terms and Conditions

  • Prices are per person, capacity controlled, subject to availability and further subject to rate of exchange fluctuations at time of booking.
  • Cruise lines reserve the right to increase fares and end promotional offers without prior notice.
  • HAL 151st Anniversary limited offer (Ts&Cs apply)
    •   Up to 45% off Cruise Only Fares
    •   Up to $300 Onboard Credit per stateroom
    •   50% Reduced Deposit
    •   Free Guests 3 & 4 on select cruises
  • Book between 20 March – 06 May 2024 on select departures in Summer 2024, Fall 2024, Holiday 2024 and Spring 2025.

Prices are based on per person sharing.
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price as mentioned. The price was correct at the time of printing.

The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports.

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14-night Circle Japan Cruise on board MS Noordam (30 Mar 2025)