Holland America has announced a new Grand Voyages cruise for 2022 and 2023, including a 127-night cruise around the world.
Spanning 71 to 127 days, Grand Voyages takes travelers to dozens of destinations on six continents, all round-trip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Grand Africa Flight 2022
Here are some of the highlights of this 71-night trip to Africa, departing October 10, 2022 Zaandam:
- 4 night calls: Aqaba, Jordan; Cape Town, South Africa (2 nights); Zanzibar, Tanzania; And Victoria, Seychelles
- 25 ports in 21 countries and territories – in order of entry: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Greece, Egypt, Jordan, Seychelles, Tanzania, Mayotte, Madagascar, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Ghana, Côte d ‘Ivory, Gambia, Senegal and Cape Verde and Puerto Rico
- An unforgettable crossing of the Suez Canal in broad daylight en route to Aqaba, Jordan, for the opportunity to travel to the lost city of Petra
- Nature Safari: Serengeti National Park, Masi Mara Reserve, Ngorongoro Crater, Tsavo National Park, Jozani Forest Reserve, Lokopi National Park, Black Lemur Reserve, Kruger National Park, Mount Venda Lodge, Thanda Private Reserve
- Two days in Cape Town, South Africa to explore places such as Table Mountain, Nelson Mandela Prison Cell, Chapman’s Peak Drive and Kulala Desert Lodge
Great round the world tour of 2023
Here are some of the highlights from the 127-Night Global Cruise departing January 3, 2023 Zaandam:
- Zaandam It crosses the South Pacific towards New Zealand and Australia before crossing the west coast of Africa and then crossing northern Europe.
- 61 ports in 30 countries and island states: South Africa, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Panama, French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Tonga, New Zealand, Australia, Mauritius, Réunion, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Angola, Ghana, Coast d’Ivoire, Gambia, Senegal and Spain Morocco, Portugal, France, England, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Scotland and Ireland
- 8 night call: Fuerte Amador (Panama City), Panama; Papeete, Tahiti; Sydney, Hobart, Adelaide and Fremantle (Perth), Australia; Cape Town, South Africa; And Amsterdam, Netherlands
- 20 calls across the African continent with many options for wild safari experiences
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2023 Great trip to South America and Antarctica
Here are some of the highlights of the 74-night trip to South America and Antarctica, which departs on board January 3, 2023. Volendam:
- 34 ports in 16 countries and island states: Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Antarctica, Falkland Islands, Uruguay, Brazil, French Guyana, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Bahamas
- 5 night calls: Fuerte Amador (Panama City), Panama; Manaus and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina (2 nights); Callao (Lima), Peru (2 nights)
- Panama Canal daytime transit and wild possibilities to visit Machu Picchu, the Galapagos Islands, Patagonia and Iguazu Falls
- Four days of navigation in Antarctica
- Additional cruise through the Chilean Strait, Strait of Magellan, Amalia or Brogo Glacier, Cockburn and Beagle Canals, Glacier Alley and Cape Horn
- 12 stopovers in Brazil and a trip along the Amazon to Manaus
Advantages of early booking
Passengers who book an eligible room class for the 71-night Grand Africa Voyage excursion by February 25, 2022 will receive a 3% reduction on the cruise-only fare, plus amenities up to $ 3,970 per person . This includes a credit for onboard expenses, prepaid tips, luggage delivery service, and a welcome bottle of sparkling wine. Those who stay in the suites also get free beach trips, a premium internet package, and more.
Customers who book the 74-night Grand South America & Antarctica Voyage Full Tour or 127-night Grand World Voyage tour by June 1, 2022 in the qualifying cabin will only receive a 3% reduction on the fare of cruising as well as amenities. .
Reservations are now open for the three major trips.
Read more: 138-day global cruise slated for late 2022
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