World Cruises Offer a Wonderful Way of Seeing the Planet

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwire – Dec. 13, 2010) – Seeing the world’ is undoubtedly atop many to do lists across the world and in the last number of decades, cruise operators have made it more accessible with all-inclusive fares.

World cruises are now being offered by several UK operators and passengers aboard these cruises get to experience some of the most significant cities and sites in the world first-hand. World cruise voyages typically take between 110 to 120 nights with itineraries running from January onwards.

Voyages give passengers the opportunity to see the world in three months in unrivalled luxury. Cruise operators also provide daily entertainment and activities to keep passengers entertained whilst at sea, or in port.

World cruises, such as those offered by Saga Travel, offer more than just entertainment, pampering and sightseeing; travel insurance, port taxes, visas and travel to guests’ departure port are all included in the cost of the cruise.

See the Rose Red City of Petra, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, aboard Saga’s World Cruise 2011. Built by the Nabateans around 100 BC and only discovered by the Western World in 1812, Petra is an essential destination for every world traveller. The cruise will also make berth in the Maldives, allowing guests to indulge and relax on this tropical paradise with its pristine white beaches and idyllic scenery.

Norway may be the best known destination for travellers wanting to explore fjords, but New Zealand is also an option boasting a range of breathtaking fjords. The Milford Sound is the centrepiece of New Zealand Fjordland scenery, a region Rudyard Kipling called “eighth wonder of the world.”

World cruises not only allows passengers to explore the world, but also allows for the creation of lasting friendships, memories and a truly incredible collection of photographs.