From the Norwegian Coastline Fjords to the Turquoise Waters of Bora Bora, Oceania Cruises Reveals its Top Future Travel Experiences


Captivating sights await you on your next voyage, and for a limited time, guests can secure their preferred suite and itinerary with Reduced 50% Deposits


Singapore, 16 July 2021: Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary and destination-focused cruise line, has handpicked a collection of its most enticing experiences for travellers eager to traverse the world once again. These immersive journeys feature destinations and ports designed to deliver the cruise of a lifetime.

 

“We know our guests cannot wait to sail again, and we look forward to welcoming them back on board soon. Utilising our new limited-time Reduced 50% Deposits, now is the perfect opportunity to plan your next adventure, and this collection of top experiences in unforgettable destinations will certainly inspire,” said Steve Odell, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Oceania Cruises. 

 

From now until 31 August 2021, Oceania Cruises is giving guests the opportunity to secure their preferred suite and itinerary on any sailings through to 31 August 2023 with a reduced 50% deposit. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

 

From discovering New Zealand’s Kawiti Glow Worm Caves, to exploring the bustling street markets of South-East Asia, swimming in the turquoise waters of the South Pacific, or touring the awe-inspiring fjords of Norway, Oceania Cruises invites travellers to discover its exquisite future travel experiences.

 

Asia

For Singapore travellers who want to plan their next trip close to home, this magical 22-day sojourn from Singapore to Tokyo on board Nautica will be a perfect optionOceania Cruises’ East Asia Escapade sailing offers an in-depth exploration of Japan’s ancient heritage, a taste of vibrant Taipei, and the opportunity to experience the cutting-edge metropolises of China. An excursion not to be missed is to visit the breathtaking temples and shrines of Japan's old imperial capital, Kyoto, or explore ancient Nara, the cradle of Japanese arts, literature and crafts, with its magnificent shrines and temples that predate Kyoto's. Stroll through Nara Park, famed for its deer and impressive Kasuga Grand Shrine. Then travel on to Osaka and its famed castle. In Kobe, visit historic Himeji Castle, a huge edifice built entirely of wood and tile.

 

Australia & New Zealand

The Bay of Islands, at the top of New Zealand’s North Island, is a subtropical micro-region renowned for its stunning beauty and history. It is also home to the magical Kawiti Caves, where guests can experience a breathtaking light show created by thousands of tiny glow worms attached to the cavernous ceiling. This is just one of the many hidden gems  to discover as part of Oceania Cruises’ sailing, Dazzling Down UnderFrom crystal-clear waters, lush hinterlands and chic inner-city laneways, there is no shortage of beauty to discover from aboard the recently re-inspired small and luxurious Regatta.

 

South Pacific

One of the most popular regions for Oceania Cruises guests is the South Pacific. Of particular interest to many travellers is the line’s South Pacific Seafarer 18-day voyage onboard Regatta. The journey explores islands that appear almost untouched by the outside world, featuring tranquil waters that are the brightest shade of turquoise. Amongst the highlights on this majestic voyage is the blissful island oasis of Bora Bora, a heavenly slice of French paradise in the Pacific, where guests can indulge in an optional romantic overnight escape. Relax on the terrace of your private overwater bungalow, admiring the sweeping views across the lush tropical landscape surrounded by perfect white sand beaches and shimmering emerald water. Laze away your afternoon in the serene day spa, followed by evening to remember while dining under the stars. James Michener, author of Tales of the South Pacific, once described this magical hideaway as “the most beautiful island in the world. “

 

Europe and the Baltics

There are nearly 1,200 fjords along Norway’s coastline, 28 restaurants in Denmark with Michelin stars, and almost 300 museums in St. Petersburg. Travellers will have 14 days to explore these treasures and many others on Oceania Cruises’ Northern Europe Explorer voyage. A trip around the Baltics would not be complete without exploring Riga in Latvia, lovingly known as the “Paris of the Baltics”, one of the most enchanting and beautiful cities in Eastern Europe. During your day excursion, explore the city’s rich history, visit some of the many museums, and wander the narrow streets of the Old Town, a UNESCO-listed destination. Astonishing natural beauty, classic and modern architecture and Nordic fortresses are just some of the other highlights that travellers will discover on the voyage onboard Marina, as she sails from the Norwegian capital Oslo and concludes in vibrant Amsterdam.

 

United Arab Emirates

Quench your thirst for adventure with the Shrines to Skyline 20-day exotic voyage onboard Nautica. This three-week journey includes a memorable overnight stay in intoxicating Mumbai, and an unforgettable two-night stay in unspoiled Myanmar, and concludes in the ultra-modern Dubai. Guests will be treated to an array of intriguing ports of call in Malaysia, India and the United Arab Emirates. For those looking for a hint of adventure during your time in Abu Dhabi, you cannot go past the exhilarating sand dune 4WD experience of the Al Khatim Desert. Once there, admire the tranquillity of the world’s tallest sand dunes, rising to an impressive 934 feet.

 

“What sets Oceania Cruises apart is our small, luxurious ships, curated travel experiences and our unparalleled culinary offering, delivering The Finest Cuisine At Sea®. We are seeing an incredible level of pent-up demand for future travel, and we truly believe that the desire for luxury cruise experiences will be back stronger than ever before. We look forward to delivering the unique Oceania Cruises experience to our guests when we are back on board once more,“ concludes Jason Worth.


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