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You Could Set Sail On A 138-Day Cruise To Visit 28 Countries In 2022

You Could Set Sail On A 138-Day Cruise To Visit 28 Countries In 2022

It will set you back more than £37,000 per person

Simon Fearn

Simon Fearn

Viking Cruises has announced a gigantic 138-day cruise which stops at 58 ports in 28 countries. Check it out in the clip below:

You'll depart on 22 December 2022 - which gives plenty of time for the world to get back to something like normal.

The only catch is you'll need a fair bit of cash to splash on your once-in-a-lifetime trip. Prices start from $49,995 (£37,500) per person, based on double occupancy of rooms.

Travelling on the Viking Neptune, the company's newest cruise ship which accommodates 930 guests, you'll set sail from Florida, US.

Your cruise ship includes an infinity pool.
Viking Cruises

From there you'll travel to Central America, before sailing through the Panama Canal to journey along the West Coast of North America, and then crossing the Pacific to visit Australia and New Zealand.

There will still be time to visit destinations in Asia and the Middle East before ending the awe-inspiring trip in London via the Mediterranean.

Highlights of the cruise include a visit to Kauai, Hawaii, often dubbed the 'Garden Island' for its lush vegetation; taking in the famous Opera House in Sydney harbour; an overnight stay in Singapore; and an opportunity to explore Old Mumbai.

There's also a spa.
Viking Cruises

Your cruise ship will also come equipped with a whole host of bells and whistles including a Nordic spa, two swimming pools and eight dining options.

Chairman of Viking Torstein Hagen said of the trip: "We are pleased to offer this new opportunity for explorers to circumnavigate the world in comfort.

"World Cruises are truly special voyages, and they continue to be one of our most sought-after offerings.

You'll stop at the beautiful island of Kauai, Hawaii.

"Our 2021-2022 World Cruise has already sold out more than a year in advance, which speaks to the enthusiasm of our guests as they look forward to the return of international travel."

Travellers will also be able to opt for a shorter, 121-day version of the World Cruise which leaves from Los Angeles rather than Florida.

This will come in very slightly cheaper at $46,995 (£35,300) per person.

If you have the cash and can't wait to nab a ticket for the glamorous world tour, you can find out more here.

Featured Image Credit: Viking Cruises

Topics: World News