In the face of ongoing international travel restrictions, Carnival Cruise Line has announced it will be converting its April, May and June 2022 international line-up to domestic cruises.
The announcement also comes alongside new research from the University of Sydney which revealed that 54 per cent of Australians are planning at least one domestic trip.
Carnival Cruise Line recently conducted research into the fun and holiday habits of Australians, revealing that the most fun holiday is a tropical one in a warm destination with sea, sun and sand (32 per cent). The research also found that a third of the nation (33 per cent) believes that Queensland would be the most fun state to visit.
To meet these desires, these new itineraries will visit one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef, as well as the beaches of the Whitsundays and the rainforests of tropical north Queensland.
Carnival Cruise Line plan to resume cruising in Australia with enhanced health and safety measures developed in conjunction with government authorities, public health experts, local ports of call and the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA).
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