It gets even better for guests on MSC‘s first-ever world cruise.
There will a number of overland adventures, ranging from 19 hours to seven days in length meaning passengers get to spend more time in a specific destination before re-joining the ship.
“Our excursions allow guests to dive deeper into the local culture, cuisines and attractions- especially overland excursions that allow for an extended stay in some of the most exotic locations,” said Roberto Fusaro, president of MSC Cruises USA.
But, which place would you most like extended time? The highlights are below…
-A two-night overwater bungalow stay in Bora Bora includes accommodation, Tahitian meals, a spa treatment, and a shark- and ray-watching trip with a lagoon tour.
-A six-night tour to Aqaba via Jordan departs from Muscat, Oman, and will include stops in the Jordanian cities of Jerash, Amman and Madaba (“City of Mosaics”), as well as Mount Nebo, the River Jordan and, of course, Petra and the deserts of Wadi Rum.
Hotel stays and a night camping beneath the stars are included.
-A 19-hour Werribee Slumber Safari includes an overnight visit to the Werribee Open Range Zoo in Australia with a luxury camping experience.
-A two-night visit to Delhi and Agra with a stop at the Taj Mahal is departing from Colombo, Sri Lanka.
World cruisers will travel north with a stay in a luxury hotel and meals included.
The world cruise embarks January 5th 2019 onboard MSC Magnifica, visiting 32 countries with the line’s second round-the-world sailing departing on January 5th 2020.
What did you vote in our poll? Do you think it’s important that sailings as long as a world cruise have extended stays? Are you glad MSC is offering you the option to choose your favourite? Let us know below…
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