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7 days, Galapagos Islands The 48-guest National Geographic Islander offers an action-packed week of hikes, kayaking, paddleboarding and snorkelling for a rich and diverse experience of Darwin’s famed archipelago. The shortened Wild Galapagos Escape itinerary includes close encounters with wildlife – giant tortoises, pink flamingoes, blue-footed boobies – with expert guides by your side. Departures April to May and August to November.


245 days, London roundtrip This trip of a lifetime – the longest world voyage – takes in 113 cities and ports in 59 countries on six continents in a circumnavigation of the globe on board Viking Sun. The Ultimate World Cruise includes overnight stays in 23 destinations, breaking up nights on board. Lodgings are luxurious and the 930-guest ship offers ample entertainment, activity, wellness and dining options. Departs 31 August 2019.


16 nights, Miami to Los Angeles

After her first transatlantic voyage in February 2020, will depart Miami for LA via the Panama Canal. Among the eight ports on the can accommodate up to 750 guests. Departs 25 February 2020. The return journey, departing 14 March, stops at Catalina Island, Acapulco and Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

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