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245 Day Viking Ultimate World Cruise

Embrace your inner globetrotter by sailing around the world and soaking in the collage of the world's most fascinating countries, islands & cultures!
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245 Day Viking Ultimate World Cruise

CruisePlus Package

Roundtrip London

August 31, 2019

Viking Ocean Cruises Viking Sun

Join Viking Sun as she circumnavigates the globe and collect more travel milestones during one cruise than most people do in a lifetime. Sail roundtrip London, cruising to six continents and visiting 113 of the world’s greatest cities and charming smaller ports. Immerse yourself in local cultures with overnight stays in 23 different destinations. Join us for an enriching odyssey on a voyage of discovery as we embark on this epic 245-day Viking Ultimate World Cruise.

What we are Including

  • 245-day cruise
  • FREE Business Class air from select Canadian gateways with transfers
  • Ground transfers to/from the ship
  • All onboard gratuities and service fees
  • Silver spirits beverage packages, including virtually all drinks onboard
  • Complimentary VISA service
  • FREE luggage shipping service for embarkation & disembarkation
  • One excursion in each port
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Self-service laundry
  • Taxes & more
  • CruisePlus exclusive: $10,250pp onboard credit

PLUS book by December 31st, 2018 and receive

  • $4,000 USD pp shore excursion credit
  • $2,000 USD pp shipboard credit
Deluxe Veranda
From $123,195pp
All pricing is per person, based on double occupancy and in CAD


Roundtrip London

Day 1
London (Greenwich), England Maritime Greenwich is a gateway to historic London, seat of the British monarchy.  
Day 2
London (Greenwich), England
Upriver from Greenwich, London bustles with a lively culture and royal glamour.  
Day 3
Dover, England
Dover faces France across the Straits of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel.  
Day 4
Scenic Cruising: English Channel
The famed English Channel separates southern England from northern France.  
Day 5
Dublin, Ireland
Dublin is the Republic of Ireland’s treasure trove of culture and history.  
Day 6
Liverpool, England
Liverpool, home of the Beatles, has a rich history and diverse architecture.  
Day 7
Holyhead, Wales
A cozy coastal enclave, Holyhead lies on the western tip of the Isle of Anglesey.  
Day 8
Belfast, Northern Ireland
A major port with a rich shipbuilding heritage, Belfast is heralded for its renaissance.  
Day 9
The Highlands (Ullapool), Scotland
On the remote shores of Loch Broom, Ullapool is picturesque and pristine.  
Day 10
Kirkwall, Scotland
The Orkney Islands hold ancient and remarkably preserved Neolithic sites.  
Day 11
Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh enjoys a gorgeous setting on rocky green hillocks, with splendid sea views.  
Day 12
The Highlands (Invergordon), Scotland
Charming Invergordon lies on the doorstep of the mountainous Scottish Highlands.  
Day 13
Lerwick, Scotland
Scotland’s Shetland Islands are a rich patchwork of rustic farmland and Viking history.  
Day 14
Bergen, Norway
Bergen, with its historic Bryggen wharf, exudes the quaint character of a fishing village.  
Day 15
Bergen, Norway
Once a Hanseatic League trading port, the ancient city of Bergen has deep Viking roots.  
Day 16
Bergen, Norway
Scenic Bergen is nestled amid snow-capped mountains, magnificent fjords and a glacier.  
Day 17
Lerwick, Scotland
Britain’s most northerly outpost is infused with Scandinavian heritage.  
Day 18
Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Amid dramatic mountains and fjords, the Faroe Islands are rich in Viking history.  
Day 19
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Once a divider of continents, the Atlantic Ocean today brings nations together.  
Day 20
Reykjavík, Iceland
Reykjavík is one of the world’s cleanest and most eco-friendly cities.  
Day 21
Cruise the Irminger Sea
The Irminger Sea saw many traditional longships cross its waters as it stretched between Viking settlements on Iceland and Greenland.  
Day 22
Nanortalik, Greenland
Nanortalik nestles in a breathtaking island setting on the shores of the Labrador Sea.  
Day 23
Qaqortoq, Greenland
Coastal Qaqortoq is a rich repository of Viking, Inuit and Danish history.  
Day 24
Cruise the Labrador Sea
Trace the route of Leif Eriksson today as you sail from Greenland to Canada.  
Day 25
L’Anse aux Meadows, Canada
L’Anse aux Meadows is the site of the first Norse landing in North America.  
Day 26
Cruise the Gulf of St. Lawrence
The world’s largest estuary, the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence are rich in exploratory history.  
Day 27
Saguenay, Canada
Saguenay, once an important economic hub, was built on fur trading and timber industries.  
Day 28
Quebec City, Canada
Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest settlements.  
Day 29
Montreal, Canada
Montreal is the main commercial center in French-speaking Canada.  
Day 30
Montreal, Canada
Montreal offers the finest French culture in North America.  
Day 31
Quebec City, Canada
Quebec City is by many accounts the most French city outside France.  
Day 32
Saguenay, Canada
The beautiful Saguenay fjord runs through the heart of the province of Quebec.  
Day 33
Scenic Cruising: St. Lawrence River
The St. Lawrence River is home to magnificent natural beauty and sophisticated capitals.  
Day 34
Gaspé, Canada
Gaspé’s peninsula is rugged and windswept, and home to four national parks.  
Day 35
Cruise the Gulf of St. Lawrence
The world’s largest estuary, the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence are rich in exploratory history.  
Day 36
Halifax, Canada
Its region’s first permanent European settlement, historic Halifax has a refined air.  
Day 37
Cruise the Nova Scotia Coast
Sail along the scenic coasts of Nova Scotia and Maine, crossing the Gulf of Maine.  
Day 38
Boston, United States
Boston, a city of firsts, brims with endless charms and culture.  
Day 39
Boston, United States
Historic buildings appear on almost every corner in Boston, the birthplace of a nation.  
Day 40
New York City, United States
New York offers endless arts, culture, cuisine and staggering architecture.  
Day 41
New York City, United States
Founded as New Amsterdam by the Dutch in 1614, today New York City is at once romantic and exhilarating.  
Day 42
New York City, United States
New York is the world’s most iconic metropolis.  
Day 43
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The first European to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the Viking Leif Eriksson reached North America around the year 1000 AD.  
Day 44
Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton is graced with a distinct English flavour and pastel-hued streets.  
Day 45
Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton’s charming Front Street closes to traffic in the evening, inviting delightful strolls.  
Day 46-47
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Based in Greek mythology, the Atlantic Ocean’s name means “Sea of Atlas.”  
Day 48
St. John’s, Antigua
Blanketed with tropical forests, Antigua has a rich past as a royal naval outpost.  
Day 49
Roseau, Dominica
Known as “The Nature Island,” Dominica lures nature lovers to its shores with its Boiling Lake, volcanic landscape and hot springs.  
Day 50
St. Kitts (Basseterre), St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Kitts is lush with unspoiled vistas and, coconut palms and old sugarcane fields.  
Day 51
Philipsburg, St. Martin
A true Caribbean beauty, St. Martin is a fascinating mix of France and Holland.  
Day 52
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tortola is a spellbinding canvas of emerald hills, azure bays and fishing villages.  
Day 53
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
St. Thomas is a Caribbean jewel of emerald hillsides and crescent beaches.  
Day 54
San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan is home to white-sand beaches and rich Spanish colonial architecture.  
Day 55
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Old San Juan is paved with blue adoquín stone, once used to ballast Spanish galleons.  
Day 56
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Since the 16th century, historic El Morro fortress has stood watch over San Juan’s bay.  
Day 57
Cruise the Caribbean Sea
The waters of the Caribbean Sea, witnesses to history, once bore ships carrying sugar to the New World.  
Day 58
Bridgetown, Barbados
The easternmost Caribbean island, Barbados boasts a rich history and spectacular beaches.  
Day 59
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The Atlantic Ocean’s legendary waters have been the route of explorers for centuries.  
Day 60
Îles du Salut, French Guiana
Devil’s Island was once a much-feared penal colony for notorious French criminals.  
Day 61
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The first European to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the Viking Leif Eriksson reached North America around the year 1000 AD.  
Day 62
Cruise the Amazon River
More than 1,000 bird species and 45,000 types of plants live along the Amazon’s shores.  
Day 63
Santarém, Brazil
Founded in 1661, Santarém lies where the Tapajós and Amazon rivers meet.  
Day 64
Parintins, Brazil
Parintins is home to a festive folk theatrical tradition, the extravagant Boi Bumbá.  
Day 65
Manaus, Brazil
A vibrant Amazon cultural center, Manaus has rich European influences.  
Day 66
Manaus, Brazil
Manaus’s Old Town boasts elegant buildings, gracious avenues and colourful facades.  
Day 67-68
Cruise the Amazon River
The world’s largest river by volume, the Amazon harbours staggering biodiversity.  
Day 69-70
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The mighty Atlantic Ocean separates the Americas from the continents of Europe and Africa.  
Day 71
Recife, Brazil
Linked by some 50 bridges, coastal Recife has been called the “Brazilian Venice.”  
Day 72
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Medieval Europeans believed “there be dragons” beyond the Atlantic Ocean’s glaring horizon.  
Day 73
Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
Salvador de Bahia served as Brazil’s first capital for 200 years and today boasts a colourful Old Town of pastel-hued architecture.  
Day 74
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Based in Greek mythology, the Atlantic Ocean’s name means “Sea of Atlas.”  
Day 75
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro is the peak of Brazilian culture, a center of the nation’s most inspiring art and architecture.  
Day 76
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Exhilarating Rio de Janeiro boasts scenic natural beauty, from long crescent beaches to dome-like mountains.  
Day 77-78
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The Atlantic Ocean is believed to be the earth’s youngest, formed during the Jurassic period.  
Day 79
Montevideo, Uruguay
The eclectic capital of Uruguay, Montevideo is set on an estuary of the Plata River.  
Day 80
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina’s capital is a vibrant and eclectic mix of Latin and European influences.  
Day 81
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Birthplace of the tango, Buenos Aires is one of the Americas’ most energetic cities.  
Day 82
Montevideo, Uruguay
Music and the arts are alive in Montevideo as elegant older theaters entwine with cozy tango bars.  
Day 83-84
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
The pivotal German Meteor Expedition of the 1920s measured Atlantic depths between South America and Africa.  
Day 85
Puerto Madryn, Argentina
Nestled on a sheltered harbour facing the Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Madryn is Argentina’s second largest fishing port.  
Day 86
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
With the first transatlantic telegraph cable in 1858, messages could be sent between continents in just 17 hours.  
Day 87
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
The Falkland Islands comprise almost 800 small islands, with tiny Port Stanley as their capital.  
Day 88
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
The isolated and sparsely populated Falkland Islands is a British overseas territory.  
Day 89
Cruise the South Atlantic Ocean
The Southern Atlantic was known as “the Aethiopian Ocean,” after ancient lands, as late as the 19th century.  
Day 90
Ushuaia, Argentina
Often referred to as the end of the earth, Ushuaia is the most southern city in the world.  
Day 91
Scenic Cruising: Cape Horn
As you cruise around Cape Horn, its highest point soars from the Jurassic volcanic rock of Hornos Island.  
Day 92
Scenic Cruising: Beagle Channel
The breathtaking Beagle Channel unfolds in an endless canvas of soaring mountains sloping down to pristine shores.  
Day 93
Punta Arenas, Chile
Punta Arenas is nestled amid spectacular mountain vistas on the scenic Brunswick Peninsula.  
Day 94-95
Scenic Cruising: Chilean Fjords
Lush with soaring, river-laced glacial peaks and forested islands, the Chilean Fjords are an untamed paradise.  
Day 96
Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
Located at the tip of the dramatic Aisén Fjord, Puerto Chacabuco is a gateway into the Patagonian wilderness.  
Day 97
Scenic Cruising: Chilean Fjords
Serene fishing villages line Chile’s magnificent fjords against a canvas of forested hills.  
Day 98
Puerto Montt, Chile
Settled by Germans in 1853, Puerto Montt exudes flavours of Old Europe amid magnificent Andean vistas.  
Day 99
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
When Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific Ocean, he dubbed it Mar Pacífico, meaning “peaceful sea.”  
Day 100
Santiago (Valparaíso), Chile
One of the largest cities in the Americas, Santiago enjoys a splendid setting at the foot of the Andes.  
Day 101
Santiago (Valparaíso), Chile
Santiago’s impressive neoclassical, neo-Gothic and art deco architecture spans centuries.  
Day 102
Santiago (Valparaíso), Chile
Santiago is a patchwork of neighbourhoods, each with its own identity.  
Day 103
La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile
The region’s booming copper and gold industries put Coquimbo on the map in the late 19th century.  
Day 104
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean was once called the “Sea of Magellan,” after the explorer who first crossed it.  
Day 105
Iquique, Chile A surfer’s paradise, Iquique is Chile’s premier beach resort.  
Day 106
Arequipa (Matarani), Peru
Part of the Inter-Oceanic Highway connecting Peru to Brazil, Matarani is a bustling center of commerce.  
Day 107
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean has the ability to affect the world’s climate, from Australia to Chile.  
Day 108
Pisco (General San Martín), Peru
The ancient Moche civilization flourished on the northern coast of Peru for 600 years.  
Day 109
Lima (Callao), Peru
The capital of Peru offers fine examples of 16th-century architecture as the capital of Spain’s colonial empire.  
Day 110-111
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
Spain ruled the Pacific during the late 16th century, trading between Mexico and the Philippines.  
Day 112
Quito (Manta), Ecuador
Despite its name, the Panama hat originates from Ecuador due to its popularity during the building of the iconic Panama Canal.  
Day 113
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
Soon after Magellan’s sailing, five Spanish galleons carrying some 400 explorers pioneered a westward crossing of the Pacific Ocean.  
Day 114
Panama City (Fuerte Amador), Panama
Today, Panama City is a modern metropolis entwined with colonial heritage.  
Day 115
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean, twice the size of the Atlantic, covers around one-third of the planet’s surface.  
Day 116
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
The former fishing village of Puntarenas is the gateway to beaches and rainforests.  
Day 117
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
When Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific Ocean, he dubbed it Mar Pacífico, meaning “peaceful sea.”  
Day 118
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
Puerto Quetzal is the gateway to Guatemala’s colonial and natural splendor.  
Day 119-121
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
One of the longest trade routes in history, in use for 250 years, was established by Europeans on the Pacific Ocean.  
Day 122
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
With azure waters and a dramatic rocky coast, Cabo San Lucas is a top Mexican destination.  
Day 123-124
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
The warm waters of the Pacific are teeming with marine life.  
Day 125
San Diego, United States
Widely known as “America’s Finest City,” San Diego offers some of the world’s loveliest parks and beaches.  
Day 126
Los Angeles, United States
Los Angeles boasts splendid architecture, from art deco to modernist 21st century.  
Day 127
Los Angeles, United States
Los Angeles, “City of Angels,” is home to a glamorous entertainment culture.  
Day 128-134
Cruise the Pacific Ocean
Most of the islands in the world are found in the Pacific Ocean.  
Day 135
Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia
The rocky peaks of the Marquesas Islands are in contrast to its pristine coastline.  
Day 136
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
The South Pacific contains more than 20,000 islands.  
Day 137
Tahiti (Papeete), French Polynesia
Tahiti is one of the world’s most visually stunning and romantic destinations.  
Day 138
Tahiti (Papeete), French Polynesia
French Polynesia has one of the most serenely beautiful yet diverse environments on earth.  
Day 139
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Magnificent, lushly forested Bora Bora is the gem of the Society Islands.  
Day 140
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean is the world's largest ocean, covering more than 63 million square miles.  
Day 141
Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Rarotonga is the unspoiled hub of the Cook Islands.  
Day 142
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
The Ring of Fire is located around the Pacific and consists of hundreds of active volcanoes.  
Day 143
Cross the International Date Line
Crossing the International Date Line is a time-honoured travel milestone long marked by ceremony.  
Day 144
Tongatapu, Tonga
Captain James Cook presented Tonga’s leader with a tortoise who lived at his palace for almost 200 years.  
Day 145
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
The deepest ocean trench in the world is located in the Pacific Ocean and is more than the height of Mount Everest.  
Day 146
Suva, Fiji
Suva is the largest metropolitan city in Fiji and was part of the British Empire for almost 100 years.  
Day 147-148
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
The Pacific is the world’s largest ocean covering around 30 percent of the earth’s surface.  
Day 149
Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Charming Russell is home to a scenic waterfront and quaint colonial-era buildings.  
Day 150
Auckland, New Zealand
Rich in heritage, Auckland is the cultural capital of New Zealand’s North Island.  
Day 151
Auckland, New Zealand
Set between two glistening harbours, Auckland is known as the “City of Sails.”  
Day 152
Rotorua, New Zealand
Tauranga occupies a stunning setting between a sweeping bay and Mt. Maunganui.  
Day 153
Napier, New Zealand
Napier is a rich cultural center and gateway to a thriving wine-growing region.  
Day 154
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand’s capital of Wellington is splendidly set between mountains and sea.  
Day 155
Christchurch, New Zealand
British-flavoured Christchurch fans out at the feet of the Southern Alps.  
Day 156
Dunedin, New Zealand
Gateway to culture-rich Dunedin, Port Chalmers lies on picturesque Otago Harbor.  
Day 157
Cruise the Doubtful Sound
Doubtful Sound is the deepest and, many believe, most magnificent fjord of New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park.  
Day 158-159
Cruise the Tasman Sea
The legendary Tasman Sea lies between New Zealand and Australia.  
Day 160
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania is known as the “Apple Isle” as it is one of the most prominent apple- growing areas in the world.  
Day 161
Scenic Cruising: Bass Strait
The Bass Strait, between Australia and Tasmania, is dotted with more than 100 islands.  
Day 162
Melbourne (Geelong), Australia
Set along the scenic Corio Bay, historic Geelong is home to old mills and warehouses restyled into art galleries and shops.  
Day 163
Cruise the Gippsland Coast
Australia’s Gippsland Coast is a picturesque shore of unspoiled landscapes.  
Day 164
Sydney, Australia
Spectacular Sydney is celebrated for its magnificent harbour and iconic Opera House.  
Day 165
Sydney, Australia
A major cultural center of Australia, Sydney is beloved for its free-spirited nature.  
Day 166
Cruise the Australian Coast
From Aboriginal fishing boats to timber barges, the waters along the Australian Coast have been plied for centuries.  
Day 167
Brisbane, Australia
Set on scenic Moreton Bay, Brisbane is a vibrant center for Australian arts and design.  
Day 168
Cruise the Australian Coast
Australia’s East Coast lures surfers and beach lovers with its picturesque shores and dramatic waves.  
Day 169
Whitsunday Islands (Hamilton Island), Australia
Pure-white sands meet cerulean waters in the Whitsundays, an island paradise.  
Day 170
Cairns, Australia
The seaside resort of Cairns is Australia’s gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.  
Day 171
Cruise the Coral Sea
The Coral Sea, a paradise for divers, is pure pleasure to cruise.  
Day 172
Thursday Island, Australia
Picturesque Thursday Island was once home to a thriving pearl fishing industry.  
Day 173-174
Cruise the Arafura Sea
The Arafura’s seabed, once a dry land bridge between continents, allowed early human migrations.  
Day 175
Darwin, Australia
Hub of Australia’s Top End, Darwin is a lively center of arts and culture.  
Day 176
Cruise the Timor Sea
The shallow Timor Sea has long been traveled by Indonesia’s indigenous people.  
Day 177
Komodo, Indonesia
A magnificent menagerie, Komodo Island is home to its namesake dragon.  
Day 178
Bali, Indonesia
Some of Bali’s revered temples are carved from white coral, harvested from the sea.  
Day 179
Cruise the Java Sea
The shallow Java Sea was once traversed by the Dutch East India Company.  
Day 180
Semarang, Java, Indonesia
Outside Semarang, the massive pyramidal Borobudur temple attracts countless pilgrims.  
Day 181
Cruise the Java Sea
The body of water north of Bali and south of Kangean Island is rich in coral and marine life.  
Day 182
Cruise the South China Sea
The storied South China Sea has carried both emperors and traders.  
Day 183
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
The 600-year-old Sultanate of Brunei is the oldest Muslim dynasty in the region.  
Day 184
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Kota Kinabalu is ethnically diverse and a melting pot of cultures.  
Day 185
Cruise the South China Sea
An important shipping lane, more than half of all the world’s shipping boats pass through the South China Sea.  
Day 186
Manila, Philippines
The original name for Manila was Ginto, which means the “Land of the Gold.”  
Day 187
Manila, Philippines
Manila is home to the world’s oldest Chinatown, established in 1594.  
Day 188
Cruise the East China Sea
The East China Sea, one of the four seas of legend, has a storied history.  
Day 189
Xiamen, China
Xiamen boasts picturesque colonial architecture and modern, gleaming glass towers.  
Day 190
Hong Kong, China
Bustling Victoria Harbor, with its stunning vistas, is the heart of Hong Kong.  
Day 191
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong is home to long-cherished Eastern traditions amid modern Western sensibilities.  
Day 192
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong, where many practice Taoism and Buddhism, is rich in temples and monasteries.  
Day 193
Haikou, China Haikou’s Old Town is a blend of colonial-era Portuguese and French facades.  
Day 194
Scenic Cruising: Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay is a spellbinding canvas of towering limestone karst islands.  
Day 195
Cruise the South China Sea
The storied South China Sea has carried both emperors and traders.  
Day 196
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City exudes a heady mix of French and Vietnamese cultures.  
Day 197
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City’s Old Saigon area blends French colonial and Vietnamese architecture.  
Day 198
Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Thailand
The Gulf of Thailand, set amid mountains, is home to Irrawaddy and Chinese white dolphins.  
Day 199
Sihanoukville, Cambodia
The relaxed seaside city of Sihanoukville is perched on the end of a scenic peninsula.  
Day 200
Bangkok, Thailand
Siam of old, Bangkok is beautifully set on the Chao Phraya River.  
Day 201
Bangkok, Thailand
In the gilded temples of Bangkok, spread throughout the city, Thailand’s Buddha is venerated.  
Day 202
Koh Samui, Thailand
Koh Samui is a paradise of coconut trees, coral reefs and long sandy beaches.  
Day 203
Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Thailand
The Gulf of Thailand, set amid mountains, is home to Irrawaddy and Chinese white dolphins.  
Day 204
Singapore, Singapore
The world’s only island city-state, Singapore is a sophisticated metropolis.  
Day 205
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The magnificent Petronas Towers are the centerpiece of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital.  
Day 206
George Town, Malaysia
A celebration of culture, George Town is one of Asia’s most colourful corners.  
Day 207
Cruise the Andaman Sea
The mangroves along the shoreline of the Andaman Sea provide shelter and homes for its marine life.  
Day 208-209
Scenic Cruising: Bay of Bengal
The waters of the Bay of Bengal, the world’s largest bay, are sacred to many Hindus.  
Day 210
Colombo, Sri Lanka
This island nation has long been renowned for its cinnamon and spice trade.  
Day 211
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Brimming with old-world British charms, Colombo is the cultural hub of Sri Lanka.  
Day 212
Cruise the Laccadive Sea
The Laccadive Sea is one of the world’s richest marine environments.  
Day 213
Cochin, India
Multicultural Cochin’s spice trade changed the face of Europe.  
Day 214
Cruise the Arabian Sea
The Arabian Sea has been critical to trade and cultural exchange for millennia.  
Day 215
Goa, India
Portuguese-influenced Goa is home to magnificent colonial-era architecture.  
Day 216
Mumbai, India
Spread over seven islands, Mumbai preserves the cultural splendour of Bombay of old.  
Day 217-218
Cruise the Arabian Sea
In the Age of Sail, all manner of spices, metals, gems and wine crossed the Arabian Sea.  
Day 219
Muscat, Oman
Muscat, Oman’s romantic capital of whitewashed splendour, is rich in royal treasures.  
Day 220
Cruise the Arabian Sea
The Arabian Sea has long been an important trade route between India and the West.  
Day 221-225
Cruise the Red Sea
The fabled waters of the Red Sea are rich in history and legend.  
Day 226
Aqaba, Jordan
Jordan’s only coastal city, scenic Aqaba is set amid bleached-out desert hills.  
Day 227
Luxor, Egypt
Unearth the mysteries of Luxor, Egypt’s timeless city on the Nile River.  
Day 228-229
Scenic Cruising: Suez Canal
An engineering marvel, the Suez Canal is surrounded by desert sands stretching into Egypt.  
Day 230
Alexandria, Egypt
The Lighthouse at Alexandria was named as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.  
Day 231-232
Cruise the Mediterranean Sea
A crossroads of trade and culture, civilizations have risen and fallen on Mediterranean shores.  
Day 233
Valletta, Malta
Valletta was built on a peninsula by the Knights of St. John and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  
Day 234
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunis is a dazzling mix of North African tradition and French colonialism.  
Day 235
Cagliari, Italy
Sardinia is a rich blend of expansive farmland and historic, limestone-carved cities.  
Day 236
Algiers, Algeria
The white city of Algiers charms with a mix of African tradition and French sophistication.  
Day 237
Murcia, Spain
Murcia is celebrated for its farmland and its Huertas, fertile market gardens.  
Day 238
Granada, Spain
Granada is a splendid canvas of Moorish architecture and Andalusian tradition.  
Day 239
Scenic Cruising: Strait of Gibraltar
The storied Strait of Gibraltar is one of Europe’s most significant waterways.  
Day 240
Porto, Portugal
Porto prizes its famed port wines and beautiful, historic Old Town on the Douro.  
Day 241
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
A mass of Sargassum seaweed 2,500 miles long, the so-called Sargasso Sea, floats in the North Atlantic.  
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Scenic Cruising: English Channel
The famed English Channel separates southern England from northern France.  
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Dover, England
Dover faces France across the Straits of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel.  
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London (Greenwich), England
Greenwich is located where the Western and Eastern Hemispheres divide, and the world’s clocks are set.  
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London (Greenwich), England
The Romans were the first to settle what is today London and named it Londinium.  

Viking River and Ocean Cruises

The Worlds Leading Small Ship Cruise Line

Rarely do you find a single cruise line that offers its clients exceptional service, thrilling itineraries and unprecedented travel excellence for both river and ocean cruising. This ability to provide both is what sets Viking apart from the other cruise lines and is just one of the many reasons that travelers who have had the pleasure of cruising aboard one of Viking’s incredible ships remain loyal to this privately-owned cruise line.

There’s plenty more to discover with Viking River and Viking Ocean Cruises. Become better acquainted with the Viking experience and find out why Viking should be on your list of adventure traveling providers!

You can count on an exceptional cruising experience from Viking.

Whether you decide on a Viking River adventure exploring the cities and towns that line the waterways of Europe, Asian and Africa, or want to explore more of the world with oceanside ports around the globe with Viking Ocean Cruises.
  • Intimate scale cruises, stunning ports and state-of-the-art ships
  • Up close and in-depth exploration of destinations
  • Spacious staterooms and deluxe amenities
  • Elevated dining experiences focused on local cuisine and produce
  • Inclusive value including all onboard meals and beverages, shore excursions and more

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