- Viking Ocean Cruises
128 Day Viking World Cruise
Miami to London
January 3, 2019
Viking Ocean Cruises Viking Sun
Collect more travel milestones than most people do in a lifetime on this grand voyage of discovery. Explore five continents, some of the world’s greatest cities, charming smaller ports and idyllic islands. Marvel at the natural grandeur of beautiful coastlines and immerse yourself in new cultures. Sample diverse cuisine and enjoy a range of excursions that provide meaningful encounters with real people, insight into their daily lives, glimpses of the working world, and Privileged Access to once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
What we are Including
- 128 day cruise
- FREE Business Class air from select Canadian gateways with transfers
- Deluxe Veranda stateroom upgrade
- Visa service, silver spirits beverage package including virtually all drinks on board
- Complimentary shore excursion in every port
- Unlimited Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service
- Access to top-rated spa & state-of-the-art fitness center
- Taxes & more
- Viking exclusive: $1000 US per person onboard credit
- CruisePlus exclusive: $5775 US per person onboard credit
*Book by May 31, 2018!
Miami to London
Day 1 - Miami, United StatesMiami is a seaside city of ivory-white high-rises and intimate neighbourhoods.
Day 2-3 - Cruise the Caribbean SeaThe waters of the Caribbean Sea, witnesses to history, once bore ships carrying sugar to the New World.
Day 4 - San Juan, Puerto RicoSan Juan is home to white-sand beaches and rich Spanish colonial architecture.
Day 5 - Scenic Cruising: The Leeward & Windward IslandsThe Leeward and Windward Islands grace the cobalt Caribbean Sea like a fine emerald necklace.
Day 6 - St. George's, GrenadaGrenada's capital, St. George's, exudes a blend of British and Afro-European cultures.
Day 7 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanFollowing Columbus's journey across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, countless explorers set sail for the New World.
Day 8 - Ies du Salut, French GuianaDevil's Island was once a much-feared penal colony for notorious French criminals.
Day 9-11 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanThe first European to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the Viking Leif Eriksson reached North America around the year 1000.
Day 12 - Recife, BrazilLinked by some 50 bridges, coastal Recife has been called the "Brazilian Venice."
Day 13 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanMedieval Europeans believed "there be dragons" beyond the Atlantic Ocean's glaring horizon.
Day 14 - Salvador de Bahia, BrazilSalvador de Bahia served as Brazil's first capital for 200 years and to
Day boasts a colourful Old Town of pastel-hued architecture.
Day 15 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanBased in Greek mythology, the Atlantic Ocean's name means "Sea of Atlas."
Day 16 - Armacao dos Buzios, BrazilThe tranquil beach resort of Armacao dos Buzios gained notoriety after Brigitte Bardot visited in 1964.
Day 17 - Rio de Janeiro, BrazilRio de Janeiro is the peak of Brazilian culture, the center of the nation's most inspiring art and architecture.
Day 18 - Rio de Janeiro, BrazilExhilarating Rio de Janeiro boasts scenic natural beauty, from long crescent beaches to dome-like mountains.
Day 19-20 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanThe Atlantic Ocean is believed to be the earth's youngest, formed during the Jurassic period.
Day 21 - Montevideo, UruguayThe eclectic capital of Uruguay, Montevideo is set on an estuary of the Plata River.
Day 22 - Buenos Aires, ArgentinaArgentina's capital is a vibrant and eclectic mix of Latin and European influences.
Day 23 - Buenos Aires, ArgentinaBirthplace of the tango, Buenos Aires is one of the Americas' most energetic cities.
Day 24 - Punta del Este, UruguayPunta del Este is renowned for its glamour and seaside resorts.
Day 25-26 - Cruise the South Atlantic OceanThe mighty Atlantic Ocean separates the Americas from the continents of Europe and Africa.
Day 27 - Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (Malvinas)The Falkland Islands comprise almost 800 small islands, with tiny Port Stanley as their capital.
Day 28 - Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (Malvinas)The isolated and sparsely populated Falkland Islands is a British overseas territory.
Day 29 - Cruise the South Atlantic OceanThe Southern Atlantic was known as "the Aethiopian Ocean," after ancient lands, as late as the 19th century.
Day 30 - Ushuaia, ArgentinaOften referred to as the end of the earth, Ushuaia is the most southern city in the world.
Day 31 - Scenic Cruising: Cape HornAs you cruise around Cape Horn, its highest point soars from the Jurassic volcanic rock of Hornos Island.
Day 32 - Scenic Cruising: Beagle ChannelThe breathtaking Beagle Channel unfolds in an endless canvas of soaring mountains sloping down to pristine shores.
Day 33 - Punta Arenas, ChilePunta Arenas is nestled amid spectacular mountain vistas on the scenic Brunswick Peninsula.
Day 34-35 - Scenic Cruising: Chilean FjordsLush with soaring, river-laced glacial peaks and forested islands, the Chilean Fjords are an untamed paradise.
Day 36 - Puerto Chacabuco, ChileLocated at the tip of the dramatic Aisen Fjord, Puerto Chacabuco is a gateway into the Patagonian wilderness.
Day 37 - Scenic Cruising: Chilean FjordsRenowned explorers such as Magellan and Darwin sailed among the Chilean Fjords.
Day 38 - Puerto Montt, ChileSettled by Germans in 1853, Puerto Montt exudes flavours of Old Europe amid magnificent Andean vistas.
Day 39 - Cruise the Pacific OceanWhen Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific Ocean, he dubbed it Mar Pacifico, meaning "peaceful sea."
Day 40 - Santiago (Valparaiso), ChileOne of the largest cities in the Americas, Santiago enjoys a splendid setting at the foot of the Andes.
Day 41 - Santiago (Valparaiso), ChileSantiago's impressive neoclassical, neo-Gothic and art deco architecture spans centuries.
Day 42 - Cruise the South Pacific OceanThe Pacific Ocean is the world's largest ocean, covering more than 63 million square miles.
Day 43 - Robinson Crusoe Island, ChileThe ruggedly mountainous Robinson Crusoe Island lies 416 miles off the Chilean coast.
Day 44-47 - Cruise the Pacific OceanSoon after Magellan's sailing, five Spanish galleons carrying some 400 explorers pioneered a westward crossing of the Pacific Ocean.
Day 48 - Easter Island, ChileHome of massive moai stone figures, Easter Island is the world's most remote inhabited island.
Day 49-54 - Cruise the Pacific OceanThe Pacific Ocean occupies a larger area than all land regions of the world combined.
Day 55 - Tahiti (Papeete), French PolynesiaTahiti is one of the world's most visually stunning and romantic destinations.
Day 56 - Bora Bora, French PolynesiaMagnificent, lushly forested Bora Bora is the gem of the Society Islands.
Day 57-58 - Cruise the Pacific OceanThe Pacific Ocean was once called the "Sea of Magellan," after the explorer who first crossed it.
Day 59 - Cross the International Date LineCrossing the International Date Line is a time-honoured travel milestone long marked by ceremony.
Day 60-61 - Cruise the Pacific OceanThe Pacific Ocean is home to most of the world's islands; they total about 25,000.
Day 62 - Bay of Islands, New ZealandCharming Russell is home to a scenic waterfront and quaint colonial-era buildings.
Day 63 - Auckland, New ZealandRich in heritage, Auckland is the cultural capital of New Zealand's North Island.
Day 64 - Auckland, New ZealandSet between two glistening harbours, Auckland is known as the "City of Sails."
Day 65 - Cruise the Pacific OceanThe longest east-west measurement of the Pacific Ocean is 12,300 miles, half the world's circumference.
Day 66 - Wellington, New ZealandNew Zealand's capital of Wellington is splendidly set between mountains and sea.
Day 67 - Cruise the Tasman SeaThe legendary Tasman Sea lies between New Zealand and Australia.
Day 68 - Cruise the Milford SoundPristine and primeval, Milford Sound stretches for almost ten miles from the Tasman Sea.
Day 69-70 - Cruise the Tasman SeaBritish Captain James Cook explored Tasman Sea waters in the 1770s.
Day 71 - Sydney, AustraliaSpectacular Sydney is celebrated for its magnificent harbour and iconic Opera House.
Day 72 - Sydney, AustraliaSydney's The Rocks is an inviting harborside district of restaurants, galleries and shops.
Day 73 - Sydney, AustraliaA major cultural center of Australia, Sydney is beloved for its free-spirited nature.
Day 74 - Cruise the Tasman SeaMarco Polo wrote about "Beach," a land overflowing with gold in the Tasman Sea.
Day 75 - Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaTasmania is known as the "Apple Isle" as it is one of the most prominent apple-growing areas in the world.
Day 76 - Scenic Cruising: Bass StraitThe Bass Strait, between Australia and Tasmania, is dotted with more than 100 islands.
Day 77 - Melbourne (Geelong), AustraliaSet along the scenic Corio Bay, historic Geelong is home to old mills and warehouses restyled into art galleries and shops.
Day 78 - Cruise the Indian OceanLong before European colonization, the Indian Ocean was one of the ancient world's great trade routes.
Day 79 - Adelaide, AustraliaOften called a "city within a park," almost half of Adelaide comprises green spaces.
Day 80-81 - Cruise the Great Australian BightThe Great Australian Bight stretches some 720 miles along Australia's southern crescent-shaped shore.
Day 82 - Albany, AustraliaSurrounded by a dramatic rocky coast, English-flavored Albany was established in 1826 as a military garrison.
Day 83 - Perth (Fremantle), AustraliaPerth is home to one of the world's largest city parks, Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Day 84 - Perth (Fremantle), AustraliaThe cultural and political capital of the Western Australia state, Perth hugs the banks of the Swan River.
Day 85-92 - Cruise the Indian OceanPortuguese, Dutch, French and British galleons all crossed the Indian Ocean to establish trade.
Day 93 - Port Louis, MauritiusA tapestry of Indian, British, African, European and Chinese traditions converge on Mauritius.
Day 94 - Cruise the Indian OceanThe Indian Ocean is a rich source of seafood, especially tuna and shrimp.
Day 95 - Fort Dauphin, MadagascarMadagascar is an unspoiled oasis of dense rainforest, magnificent beaches and exotic creatures.
Day 96-97 - Cruise the Mozambique ChannelCountless ships have sailed the Mozambique Channel, from Arab dhows to Portuguese galleons.
Day 98 - Maputo, MozambiqueMozambique's thriving capital, Maputo is known as the "City of Acacias" for the many trees along its avenues.
Day 99 - Durban, South AfricaDurban is a fascinating blend of Zulu, Indian and post-colonial influence.
Day 100 - Durban, South AfricaDurban is graced with stately Victorian touches, from the old Town Hall to the tree-lined esplanade.
Day 101 - Durban, South AfricaThe largest Indian population outside India calls Durban home.
Day 102 - East London, South AfricaSouth Africa's only river port, East London was founded by the British on the Buffalo River in 1836.
Day 103 - Port Elizabeth, South AfricaStretching along scenic Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth is known as the "Friendly City."
Day 104 - Cruise the Indian OceanThe Indian Ocean's endangered wildlife includes the dugong, a seagrass-grazing herbivore related to the manatee.
Day 105 - Cape Town, South AfricaCosmopolitan Cape Town is the gateway to the dramatic coastal splendour and a thriving wine country.
Day 106 - Cape Town, South AfricaCape Town is a rich cultural convergence of African and European cultures.
Day 107 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanThe underwater Mid-Atlantic Ridge divides the Atlantic in half, closely following the ocean's S-shape south to north.
Day 108 - Luderitz, NamibiaLÃ¼deritz is a fascinating juxtaposition of German colonial architecture and rocky desert hills.
Day 109 - Walvis Bay, NamibiaWalvis Bay is the gateway to Swakopmund and the beauty of the Namib Desert.
Day 110-116 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanAs the Atlantic Gulf Stream crosses from North America to Northern Europe, the water temperature falls as much as 36Â°.
Day 117 - Dakar, SenegalDakar exudes the rich authenticity and vibrancy of the real Africa.
Day 118-119 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanFrom the late 15th to the 19th centuries, the Atlantic Ocean was a bustling avenue of conquest and trade.
Day 120 - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainFertile and green, Spain's Canary Islands overflow with exotic flora spilling down mountainsides.
Day 121 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanThe pivotal German Meteor Expedition of the 1920s measured Atlantic depths between South America and Africa.
Day 122 - Casablanca, MoroccoCasablanca offers an enchanting mix of neo-Moorish splendour and French influence.
Day 123 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanWith the first transatlantic telegraph cable in 1858, messages could be sent between continents in just 17 hours.
Day 124 - Vigo, SpainKnown as Spain's "Gateway to the Atlantic," Vigo is steeped in a history that dates back to the Romans.
Day 125 - Cruise the Atlantic OceanThe North Atlantic Gyre was a great "wind wheel" that carried sailing ships between Portugal, Morocco and the Azores.
Day 126 - Scenic Cruising: English ChannelThe famed English Channel separates southern England from northern France.
Day 127 - London (Greenwich), EnglandUpriver from maritime Greenwich, London bustles with a lively culture and royal glamour.
Day 128 - London (Greenwich), EnglandMaritime Greenwich is a gateway to historic London, seat of the British monarchy.
Viking River and Ocean Cruises
The Worlds Leading Small Ship Cruise LineRarely 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!
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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