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Talia Avakian
August 09, 2018

If you’re looking for a trip that lets you explore the ancient history, natural beauty, and rich culture that make UNESCO's most famed World Heritage Sites so special, this world cruise is your ticket.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is inviting travelers to embark on a 117-day journey to six continents, 30 countries, and 56 different World Heritage Sites.

Guests will hop on board the cruise line’s Seven Seas Mariner, the first all-suite and all-balcony ship of its kind, and will set sail out of Miami to a whopping 61 ports in South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia, and the Mediterranean.

Travelers will head to Caribbean islands like the Bahamas and Aruba before crossing through the Panama Canal to South America’s west coast to explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites that include the ancient adobe city of Chan Chan (the largest city in pre-Columbian America), and Peru's Nazca Lines and Machu Picchu.

The cruise will also spend a night at Easter Island, where travelers will be in awe of moai statues, pink sand beaches, and volcanoes. 

The trip includes both popular spots like the Great Barrier Reef and lesser-visited locations like the Bay of Islands and the uninhabited Whitsunday Islands National Park in Australia.

They'll also sail through the Indian Ocean and into Indonesia, Oman, and bucket list locations like Petra and Wadi Rum in Jordan, where they’ll be treated to a dinner featuring traditional Arabic cuisine and dances before continuing to cruise along the Red Sea.

In the Mediterranean, the cruise will visit the coast of Limassol in Cyprus before hitting the Amalfi Coast in Italy to swim in hidden locations like the fjord of Furore. They'll also get to wander the streets of the medieval town of the Greek island of Rhodes. You'll have a total of 11 overnight stays in locations including Dubai, Bali, Singapore, and Mumbai. 

The cruise departs on Jan. 5, 2021, with fares starting at $61,999. Fares include first class airfare to Miami with free airport to ship transport, and business class airfare back from the final stop in Barcelona at the end of the journey. Fare prices also include a pre-cruise gala event and one-night hotel stay in Miami, unlimited onboard beverages, door to door luggage services, unlimited dry cleaning and pressing services, and onboard medical services.

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