Set Foot on 56 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Across 6 Continents With This Cruise

Let ancient history, natural beauty and diverse culture blow you away as you embark on a trip to visit UNESCO’s famous World Heritage Sites on a world cruise. With Regent Seven Seas Cruises, adventurers, travellers, outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs can now all come together to take on a 117-day journey across six continents, 30 countries and visit 56 different World Heritage Sites.

You’d be boarding the cruise line’s Seven Seas Mariner, which is known to be the first all-suite and all-balcony ship of its kind. Guests would then be well on their way as they set off from Miami towards 61 ports in South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia and the Mediterranean.

The cruise would also bring travellers to the Caribbean islands such as Aruba and the Bahamas before passing through the Panama Canal towards South America’s west coast. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in this region includes the ancient city of Chan Chan, Peru’s Nazca Lines and Machu Picchu. Travellers can also look forward to spending a night at Easter Island and be amazed by its moai statues, pink sand beaches as well as volcanoes.

As guests head towards Australia, they would be visiting the famed Great Barrier Reef as well as lesser-visited sites such as the Bay of Islands and the uninhabited Whitsunday Islands National Park.

Feast on traditional Arabic cuisine and learn about traditional dance as the cruise sails to Petra and Wadi Rum in Jordan before continuing along the Red Sea. As guests arrive in the Mediterranean, they would be visiting the coast of Limassol in Cyprus before moving on to the Amalfi Coast in Italy and swim in hidden locations such as the fjord of Furore. Roam the streets of the medieval town on the island of Rhodes. Spend a total of 11 overnight stays in locations which include Dubai, Bali, Singapore and Mumbai.

Departing on 5th January 2021, fares start from US$61,999 which includes first class airfare to Miami with complimentary airport to ship transport as well as business class airfare back from the final stop in Barcelona. Guests would also be entitled to a pre-cruise gala event alongside a one-night hotel stay in Miami, unlimited onboard beverages, luggage services, dry cleaning and pressing services and onboard medical services.

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