Wild Adventures between Sydney and Singapore with Crystal Symphony

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On Crystal Symphonys 11 April 2010 sailing from Sydney to Singapore, passengers will be able to explore some of natures most treasured habitats and species, trekking through rainforests, jungles, wildlife conservatories and sanctuaries. Ideal for rugged outdoorsmen as well as urban jungle dwellers, the excursions include such natural marvels as:

The Great Barrier Reef (Cairns, Australia) Either by helicopter or with mask and snorkel in hand, get a comprehensive look at one of the worlds richest marine habitats, home to endangered sea turtles, humpback whales and thousands of other sea life.

Koala Park Sanctuary (Sydney, Australia) Passengers can greet the cuddly marsupials, along with fellow inhabitants, the dingo, kangaroo, wombat and emu.

Crocodylus Park (Darwin, Australia) Watch the dramatic feeding process of the toothy reptiles, and learn about the animals habits and efforts toward their preservation; the bravest passengers can even hold a baby croc!

Jurong Bird Park (Singapore) Southeast Asias first and largest ever bird sanctuary, housing more than 8,000 birds.

In addition to nature and wildlife adventures, the 15-day voyage offers dozens of boutique shore options to suit any interest in Sydney, Cairns and Darwin, Australia; Bali and Semarang, Indonesia; and Singapore.

2010 two-for-one cruise fares begin at $7,090 per person, double occupancy, and include a US$1,000 per person All Inclusive As You Wish shipboard credit, plus complimentary air transportation from more than 20 North American gateways.

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