The Oceania world cruise 2016 has officially opened for booking recently, and after our last update on their amazing 180 days voyage around the globe, we have even more details for you.
As it turns out, not only will guests on this remarkable voyage have the chance to explore the five continents, but there are some hidden gems also awaiting passengers on the 2016 voyage.
The Oceania world cruise 2016 itself takes in over 57 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Alongside favourites like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Great Wall of China, there are some lesser known, but fascinating locales to enjoy.
For one, the Komodo National Park in Indonesia is now available for passengers to visit; this amazing site exists solely to protect the endangered species of the Komodo dragon. These majestic creatures are few and far between, so this is an unbelievable to observe some of the world’s rarest wildlife.
Also on the itinerary is a visit to the incredible Royal Palaces of Abomey. These spectacular palaces were constructed throughout the reigns of 12 consecutive kings in the lush kingdom of Benin – beginning with 1625.
For a taste of the unique, there is also the Peking Man Site at Zhoukoudian. The main site may not seem like much, but it’s the sheer importance of what was discovered here that has made a vital part of any itinerary…
In essence, it was here that we found the missing link that pre-empted Homo sapiens, a distant ancestor who revealed amazing things about our development. The excavation even uncovered very early versions of tools.
For a spiritual getaway, this utterly epic itinerary calls on the Sacred Mijikenda Kaya Forests in Mombasa, Kenya. This is where tiny secluded villages have existed from the 16th century onwards, guiding visitors to the spiritual abodes of Mijikenda ancestors. It’s an astonishing place.
As you can see, the Oceania World Cruise 2016 is shaping up to be truly spectacular. Keep checking SixStarCruises.co.uk for the best prices on this remarkable voyage.