The 2022 Around the World journey weaves together diverse and compelling destinations into a masterpiece itinerary that circumnavigates the globe. This World Cruise includes many exclusive amenities compliments of Cruise Specialists, such as an experience Voyage Host, exclusive onboard and shoreside events, as well as a very generous shipboard credit.
Aboard the 684-guest Insignia, the Around the World voyage visits 91 destinations across 19 seas. Explore 68 UNESCO World Heritage Sites on this incredible journey found among the 44 countries and 43 islands this voyage will bring you to. Departing Miami on December 21, 2021; or Los Angeles on January 6, 2022, this six-continent expedition invites seasoned travelers to explore the far corners of the world.
The Ultimate Route
The line’s new 180-day route for 2022 follows the sun west to the beautiful islands of the Caribbean and the deep blue South Pacific before heading Down Under for adventures across New Zealand and Australia. Insignia then explores the vast marvels of Asia, Africa and iconic destinations in Europe before crossing the Atlantic to Newfoundland, then New York.
The itinerary features a total of 19 overnight stays, allowing guests to delve deeper into the cultures.
Bali (Benoa), Indonesia – In this veritable paradise, guests can experience soaring volcanoes and ancient Hindu temples during adventures into the lush countryside, along with traditional Balinese dance.
Hong Kong, China – A unique juxtaposition of the ancient and modern, this buzzing mecca reveals its personality in its lively markets, soaring skyscrapers, a floating village and renowned monasteries.
Yangon, Myanmar – A faraway city of golden temples, Yangon teems with shrines, colonial-era buildings and open-air markets; the pinnacle is the enormous gilded 2,500-year-old Shwedagon Pagoda.
Cape Town, South Africa – Savor the flavors of local wines and soak in the views from iconic Table Mountain. Or, take an optional overland tour to observe Africa’s magnificent wildlife.
Amsterdam, Netherlands –Spend time visiting world-class museums, exploring the canal systems, strolling through beautiful gardens and learning about the rich history and culture.
Exclusive Shoreside Events
This one-of-a-kind itinerary also includes Exclusive Shoreside Events, courtesy of Oceania Cruises and Cruise Specialists. Get up close to the unique animals of Australia in Melbourne. Experience a magical evening performance in Bali. Spend a memorable night at one of Shanghai’s most architecturally stunning hotels. Receive a regal welcome at the Royal Palace in Hue (Chan May), Vietnam. And celebrate Dutch heritage during an evening canal cruise and reception with live music and local cuisine at the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam.
Aboard Insignia, there are only 684 guests who are catered to by 400 professionally trained staff. Dine in four open-seating gourmet restaurants where you will savor continental specialties prepared à la minute by the line’s chefs. Enhancing the nature of the journey, experts will deliver lectures on history, art, and music. Critically acclaimed headline entertainers and high-energy production shows will delight you in the evenings. Discover new paths to wellness at the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center with rejuvenating spa treatments and complimentary fitness classes. Or, simply relax in the library or on a Balinese daybed poolside.
Oceania Cruises’ world journey includes an array of amenities including free first-class round-trip airfare, along with the Exclusive Prestige Package, featuring generous perks such as free pre-paid gratuities, free onboard medical care, and free laundry service. In addition to these fabulous amenities, Cruise Specialists guests receive an additional $1,000 shipboard credit, exclusive onboard events, special shore events, an experienced voyage host and more.
The voyage also includes the line’s popular OLife Choice package, which offers guests their selection of one of the following amenities: 62 shore excursions, a beverage package or a $6,200 shipboard credit (selected amenity is per stateroom).