Oceania Cruises Unveils 2021-22 Tropics and Exotics Voyages

(eyewave/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images) Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe // Photo by eyewave/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Oceania Cruises has unveiled its 2021-22 Tropics & Exotics Collection of itineraries to the Caribbean, South America, South Pacific, Africa and the Far East. 

With 105 itineraries—75 of them brand-new—and 10 new ports to explore, this collection of voyages will offer safaris in Africa and explorations of Patagonia with the opportunity to witness remote locations such as Deception Island and Paradise Bay. Closer to home, travelers will find diverse tropical escapes in the Caribbean, visiting such boutique ports as Roseau, Dominica; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Kingstown, St. Vincent and the new port of Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe.

New ports of call include:

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  • Amami Oshima (Naze), Japan
  • Ishinomaki, Japan
  • Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe
  • Moji, Japan
  • Mystery Island, Vanuatu
  • Onahama, Japan
  • Otaru (Sapporo), Japan
  • Panama City, Panama
  • Port Arthur (Tasmania), Australia
  • Whittier, Alaska

2021-2022 Tropics & Exotics Collection Highlights

Pure South American Bliss

The Buenos Aires-to-Rio de Janeiro itinerary offers encounters such as relaxing days in the emerald-green bay surrounding the beaches of Porto Belo, cultural treasures like the colonial center of Parati and the culinary scenes of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Other highlights in the 2021-2022 Tropics & Exotics Collection include Oceania Cruises’ Amazon voyages, which combine rainforest explorations with Caribbean destinations, as well as expeditions around the southern tip of South America—one of which ventures even farther southward to cruise past several Antarctic islands.

An Uncommon Caribbean Experience

Calling on off-the-beaten-path islands, such as Bonaire, Guadeloupe, Dominica, St. Vincent and Trinidad, Riviera and Sirena spend the winter season sailing Oceania Cruises’ “uncommon Caribbean.” These voyages offer exclusive and cultural destinations with impressive beaches and no crowds. Two Panama Canal voyages featuring an overnight in the new port of Panama City is a highlight of this Caribbean season.  

Good to know: Guests will receive even more value with the OLife Choice airfare promotion that now includes free roundtrip airport transfers on all 2021-22 Tropics & Exotics Collection voyages.

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