Celestyal Crystal - Idyllic Aegean Cruise - Greece - 8 Nights
Celestyal Crystal - Idyllic Aegean Cruise - Greece - 8 Nights
Celestyal Crystal - Idyllic Aegean Cruise - Greece - 8 Nights

Celestyal Crystal - Idyllic Aegean Cruise - Greece - 8 Nights

From R26,884 p.p. Subject to price terms

Package Includes
  • Return flights to Athens including airline levy
  • Return airport to port transfers
  • 1 Night accommodation at the 4* President Hotel Athens
  • 7 Nights' accommodation onboard Celestyal Crystal in an inside cabin
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner & unlimited drinks daily
  • Daily entertainment on board
  • Three shore excursions
  • Gratuities, port & service charges

Come and be serenaded by the romance of the Aegean on board the Idyllic Aegean seven day cruise. Visit five of the most enchanting Greek Island destinations dotted around the Aegean Sea, where culture, history, pristine beaches and fishing villages suspended in time all await. There's something to suit every taste on the extra special cruise and with overnight stops in Santorini and Mykonos, come and unravel the best kept secrets of these sun-soaked shores by night

Validity Period:

Package is based on set cruise Monday departures from May to October '18.


R26,884 p.p. Ex JNB (includes approximate taxes)
  • All items of a personal nature
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Medical and travel insurance

Package is based on set cruise Monday departures from May to October '18.
High season airfare supplements apply: 21 - 30 June '18.
Prices are from a starting price per person sharing, subject to change, airfare increase, currency fluctuations and availability. Taxes are estimated and based on the current exchange rate and are subject to change. Advance purchase, peak season surcharges, block out periods and minimum stay conditions may apply. Please note that airport taxes, fuel levies & surcharges are approximate and subject to change, the exact amount will be confirmed at time of booking. Valid for dates as specified. Group rates available on request. BOOK & PAY BY 30 APRIL '18.


The Olympic Games were spawned in ancient Greece, along with democracy and the fundamentals of philosophy, science and mathematics. The Greek civilisation is renowned for contributing many of the cultural building blocks that western civilisation is founded on.

Modern Greece is better known as a great holiday destination, rather than a centre of learning and culture. Today the country attracts visitors by the thousands by offering simple pleasures: delicious food and wine at reasonable prices; beautiful beaches and plentiful sunshine; quaint villages; a seemingly endless lacework of coastline; and little islands full of scenic surprises and ancient sites.

The country exudes traditional charm, particularly on its ever-popular islands, which cling to their traditional architecture and way of life despite being often over-run with tourists. Black-clad women still deliver vegetables to island tavernas on panniered donkeys, while bronzed, weather-beaten fishermen sit in the sun, drink thick coffee, and play dominoes or backgammon. The tourist infrastructure has intruded in many respects, but the timeless aspect of whitewashed buildings clustered on hillsides around narrow pebbled alleys has been retained. The myriad islands in the Aegean Sea are easily accessible from Piraeus, the historic harbour of Greece's mainland capital, Athens, by ferry or hydrofoil, offering a unique chance for 'island-hopping'. Many of the larger islands also have airports with connections to Athens or seasonally with major European cities.

On the mainland, the city of Athens in the south is sprawling, overcrowded and polluted but nevertheless enthrals visitors, while Thessaloniki in the north is vibrant and modern with a Byzantine flavour. Athens is dominated by its major landmark, the Parthenon, but the remains of other wonders of the ancient Greek classical world are to be found mainly on the Peloponnese Peninsula, south of Corinth, which is the gateway to a veritable treasure trove of history.

Greece and Greeks welcome with open arms the thousands of visitors that flock to admire their national assets every year - no one leaves without having been warmed, both by the sun and the hospitality.