Oceania Cruises extends free land programme

Oceania Cruises has extended its free land programme, giving passengers the option to add a pre or post-cruise stay for no additional cost.

The programme is available on 24 sailings in 2023 and 2024, with itineraries calling at Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South America and the Middle East.

Travellers who book by June 30, 2023 may extend their voyage to include pre or post-cruise land stays to explore destinations such as the Taj Mahal, the Old City of Jerusalem or the Cape Winelands.

Passengers on the 10-day Bountiful Brazil itinerary departing Buenos Aires on March 5, 2024 can add three nights post-cruise in Rio de Janeiro. Prices start at £4,049.

Oceania Cruises’ 16-day New Zealand’s Natural Wonders programme can be added to the line’s Maori Heritage cruise departing February 8, 2024.

The lead-in price for the 16-day voyage from Sydney to Auckland costs from £6,999.

Oceania Cruises president Frank Del Rio said: “Our land programmes are meant to deepen our guests’ experience by introducing them to the cultural and culinary discoveries, breathtaking landscapes, wildlife encounters and architectural awes of some of the world’s most faraway corners.

“We are thrilled to share our guests have the continued opportunity to dive further into several iconic destinations and do it for free through the extension of our free land programmes.”

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