We now know how irreplaceable these experiences are and cherish the privilege of travel more than ever.
The cruise will make stops at ports in locations across the globe including South America, Africa, Asia, and Alaska for multi-day stays so travelers can explore the regions.
Voyagers will also have the unprecedented experience of cruising around Antarctica in Admiralty Bay, Paradise Bay, and Half Moon Island.
And, if you have any of the UNESCO World Heritage sites on your bucket list, this cruise provides access to over 60 of them, so you can knock off more than a few.
"Travel connects us through shared experiences, creates lifelong bonds, and enriches us in ways we never would have imagined," said Bob Binder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Oceania Cruises in a press release.
The voyage doesn't depart until January 15, 2023, but reservations open for public sale on January 27, 2021.
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