Cruise operator Azamara Cruises has announced 44 new routes for 2024/25, covering all corners of the globe.
Azamara Quest will go to South Africa, Azamara Journey will pass along the coast of South America, Azamara Pursuit will visit Asia and Australia, and Azamara Onward will circumnavigate the world in 2025.
Thanks to 171 stops and overnight stays at ports, passengers will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the local culture and discover the hidden gems of countries around the world.
Thus, four ships of the company will visit all seven continents. The Philippines, Fiji and Samoa will be the first stops for small ships exploring the hidden treasures of the world and little-known ports.
Azamara provides travelers with discounts on early booking of cruises in 2024 and 2025. You can save up to 20 percent, as well as get $300 in on-board credit, free Wi-Fi for one device and a premium drinks package for two.
For the first time since the beginning of 2020, the cruise company will return to South Africa and South America.
Antarctica, the Beagle Strait, the world-famous Strait of Magellan and the vast Falkland Islands are part of the Azamara South American cruises program.
On November 30, Azamara Pursuit will start from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, and on December 20, the three-week Azamara Journey to West Africa will end.