Why 2016?, you might be asking. Well, it never hurts to be prepared, and when Azamara Club Cruises have a collection of destinations this extensive ready for a couple of years’ time, it definitely pays to be ahead of the crowd. Alongside classic cruising destinations making a welcome return, the 2016 itineraries from Azamara Club Cruises feature an eclectic variety of cult ports and all-new secluded destinations just begging to be explored by luxury cruisers.
Even for cruisers who’ve taken to the oceans many times, there is a fantastic selection of unspoiled locales on offer. Take for example, Labadee in Haiti, a true gem of a coastal retreat which is surrounded on all sides by vast and lush jungle landscapes. Alongside classic ports like Cartagena, passengers will have the chance to explore the tiny villages and hidden lagoons that make Labadee such a rewarding travel destination.
Even further afield, passengers with Azamara Club Cruises can look forward to intriguing and less-known destinations in that timeless staple of cruising regions, the Mediterranean. Even though the seas of the Mediterranean are well travelled by cruise ships, there are still plenty of untouched locales to discover.
Take Giardini Naxos, for example, a little-known charming coastline in the Messina province of Sicily that provides some of the most breathtaking beaches in the Mediterranean. With a city which is small enough to explore on foot, and a beautiful network of Piazzas to navigate, this is a sumptuously laidback destination that never suffers from crowds of tourists.
Elsewhere in the extensive collection of 2016 itineraries from Azamara Club Cruises, passengers can look forward to excursions to the remarkable entombed ruins of Petra in Jordan, and panoramic views of the Krakatoa volcano while you cruise the straits of Thailand.
All in all, this new roster of itineraries look set to be the finest Azamara Club Cruises have ever produced – all the more reason to book well in advance and secure your place on a remarkable cruise adventure.