For standard Pacific Island and New Zealand
itineraries (excluding Fiji and Papua New Guinea), visas
may not be required as you will be considered in transit
when you visit these ports as part of your cruise. If you
are joining or leaving the ship in one of these countries,
you are likely to require a visa. Some nationalities
(excluding Australian and New Zealand passport
holders) may require a visa for Fiji, even when
transiting the country as part of your cruise.
Visas for Papua New Guinea and Vietnam will be
issued upon arrival for all guests and the applicable
fee will be charged to your onboard account. You can download the PNG Declaration form here. Don’t forget, your passport must be valid for a minimum of six months beyond the date of the cruise return. Visas
for Indonesia will be issued upon arrival for most
guests, including Australian and New Zealand
passport holders, and the applicable fee will be
charged to your onboard account. Visa fees are
subject to change and will be advised onboard.
We encourage other passport holders to check their
visa requirements for Indonesia with the relevant
consulate/embassy or visa service.
As visa requirements are always subject to
change, please contact the relevant consulate/
embassy or a visa service to confirm your individual