Voyages to Antiquity has announced its winter 2014-15 programme.
The twelve cruises from November 2014 through to March 2015 combine the most breathtaking natural and man-made sites in the world, from the remarkable beauty of
big game parks to architectural treasures such as Angkor Wat or the Taj Mahal.
As with every Voyages To Antiquity cruise, shore excursions are included, pre-
and post-cruise land stays in major cities are in deluxe hotels and every sailing
features outstanding guest speakers.
Key highlights are:
· Inaugural visits to East Africa, each featuring an included 3 day (2 night) safari to Amboseli and
· Inaugural calls to the
Islands of Zanzibar,
Seychelles, Mayotte and the Maldives
· City centre mooring in Yangon (
Bangkok ( Thailand)
and Ho-Chi Minh
City ( Vietnam)
where the size of the ship enables cruising upriver to the heart of some of Asia’s most fascinating cities, allowing for sightseeing
and exploration direct from the ship
· A chance to explore Bali, Borneo and the islands of Indonesia – including visits to the stunning temple of Borobudur and the dragons on Komodo
· A return to the fascinating sights and sounds of Southeast Asia:
Cambodia and Vietnam
historic Malabar Coast, before passengers disembark to enjoy the included 5 day
Golden Triangle tour of Delhi, and Jaipur Agra
Brochure prices start from £3,150 per person for an 18-day cruise-tour, including scheduled flights and transfers on arrival. Unlike many other cruise lines, our prices also include free domestic flight connections via London from seven regional airports, shore excursions where available, Quietvox headsets to enhance the sightseeing experience, gratuities to cabin and restaurant staff on-board and wine with dinner on board.
Guests can save up to £5,000 per cabin when booking by 31st December 2013 and several itineraries feature special rates for single travellers. For further information about the itineraries, the offers or the ship, please visit www.voyagestoantiquity.com. For bookings, please call on 0845 437 9737.