Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces Complimentary Land Programs

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering now guests the chance to enhance and extend their vacation by up to six nights in a range of destinations across Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand and South America, with “Free Extended Explorations.” In total, there are 13 complimentary pre- and post-cruise land programs that can bookend 22 voyages sailing between October 2021 and March 2022 on board Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager.

The curated land programs, which range between two and three nights in length, showcase destination “must-sees” while revealing “hidden treasures in iconic locales.” For example, guests could enhance a 10-night cruise on board Seven Seas Voyager sailing February 19, 2022 by enjoying a free three-night pre-cruise “Authentic Buenos Aires” land program, as well as a free three-night post-cruise “A Passion for Rio” land program, creating a 16-night travel experience. 

Other exciting land programs include the brand-new “Sacred & Scenic Tokyo” tour, which visits significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in Tokyo, and a “Winelands and Wildlife” tour from Cape Town, South Africa which combines wine tasting and big game viewing.

Alternatively, guests who do not wish to take advantage of one, or both, of the free land programs can opt to receive savings of up to $3,000 per suite. 

“Free Extended Explorations” also offers 50 percent reduced deposits and is applicable to bookings made between March 1 and 31, 2021.

Good to know: A dedicated “Free Extended Explorations” Toolkit has been created to help travel advisors optimize their efforts with this offer. The toolkit includes a client-facing flyer, as well as customizable digital assets, including emails and web banners, social assets and campaign images, and can be found at

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