AIDAcara: Bookings start for sections of world cruise

AIDAcara at Bergen, Norway on August 28, 2011 (Photo courtesy Kjell Christian Andersen)Guests can now book three sections of AIDAcara’s round-the-world cruise which starts from Hamburg on October 17, 2017, and will take in numerous ports of call including Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Auckland and Sydney before returning 116 days later to Hamburg.
Bookings can be made on all channels and are strictly subject to availability.

Trips range in length from 34 to 46 days—the perfect way to fulfill one’s dream of a once-in-a-lifetime cruise but in shorter stages. AIDA guests will thus be able to travel from Singapore to Hamburg over 34 days, for example, from Hamburg to Valparaíso in 36 days, or in 46 days from Valparaíso to Singapore. All stages of the cruise are new to the AIDA Cruises program in this form.

The individual sections of the AIDA world cruise can already be booked from 2,695 euros per person (inclusive of 700 euro Early Saver Plus discount if booked by May 31, 2017).

The first AIDA world cruise as part of the new AIDA Selection program will take in 41 ports, 23 countries and five continents before it comes to an end on February 10, 2018.

Starting out from Hamburg, AIDAcara will first set sail for South America. Dream destinations such as Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego are just some of the stops before the ship makes her way from Valparaiso (Chile) to the Easter Islands.

The cruise continues on to Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora in the South Seas paradise of French Polynesia. Auckland (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia), the Great Barrier Reef, Bali, Singapore and the Maldives are sure to get any explorer’s heart racing.

The full AIDA world cruise can be booked from 11,995 euros per person in an interior stateroom and inclusive of an Early Saver Plus discount.

(AIDA Cruises)