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READY TO GO ASHORE


Imagine fl ight-seeing over an Alaskan glacier, a cooking class in Italy, snorkelling across a coral reef in the Caribbean or watching the sun rise from atop a Hawaiian volcano. Then there are ancient cities to explore, cultural events and exciting activities like mountain biking, sea- kayaking and jungle zip-lining.


Whether it’s sightseeing, relaxation or exhilaration, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Shore Excursions are the way to go, because we know all the best places.


PRIVATE TOURING


Our exclusive Private Touring Shore Excursions let you customise your tour to suit you and your party. With your own private vehicle, driver and guide, you can explore the places that really interest you, bypass those that don’t and get a personalised insight into your destination.


OUR SHORE EXCURSION BENEFITS • Convenient one-stop shopping for tours in all ports of call • Safe, reliable, licensed and insured • Easy, secure payment via your on-board account


• No hidden costs – admission charges are included (unless otherwise stated)


• Pick up and drop off right at the pier


• The ship won’t leave until all Shore Excursion guests are back on board.


BOOK IN ADVANCE ONLINE


Some Shore Excursions sell out fast and it makes real sense to book in advance, so that you’re not disappointed. Visit www.ncl.co.uk/excursions and you can browse all the exciting choices in your ports of call. When you’ve chosen what you want to do, you can pre-request your excursions online up to two days before sailing. Alternatively, you can book on board at the Shore Excursion Desk.


www.ncl.co.uk • Book today 0845 201 8900


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