Round the world cruises are the ultimate cruise experience for those with the time to travel the globe in style and they don't always have to cost a king's ransom! There are often some fabulous deals out there for those looking to explore the world from the comfort of their own stateroom.
Anyone looking for a round the world cruise has a huge choice of options from all of the major cruise lines including Cunard, P&O, Royal Caribbean, Silversea and many more accompanied by pricing to suit virtually every pocket....and given the fact that most (but not all!) round the world cruises last for between 3 and 4 months, the value for money is brilliant.
The joy of a round the world cruise is simply the amount of time you have to enjoy both your ports of call and your cruise ship. Days at sea become a mix of interesting activities, relaxation and time spent with new onboard friends and acquaintances. Given the length of time that round the world cruisers spend together, many develop great friendships for life...
The variety of a round the world cruise is simply unbeatable given the range of ports and destinations that you will visit as you travel around the globe, giving you an amazing insight into so many diverse countries and cultures.This variety can be compounded by the changing seasons that you might well experience on your cruise itinerary, especially as you cruise between the northern and southern hemispheres...but the joy is that just as with any cruise, there's is no continual packing and unpacking to be done because your bedroom travels with you!
WOWcruise is pleased to offer the widest range of round the world cruise options at the very best prices, with many of these ultimate cruises departing from the UK making your choice even easier! So, whichever part of the world interests you most, a round the world cruise is guaranteed to deliver a very special experience. Here at WOWcruise we look forward to helping you make it a cruise experience of a lifetime!
An iconic cruise destination featuring the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge, historic trolley-cars and much more, including the infamous Alcatraz prison, now a fascinating visitor attraction. Built over a series of steep hills and featuring streets of colourful Victorian houses, San Francisco has a distinctly European feel to it. This is a great city to uncover on foot or on one of its iconic trolley-cars. Additional points of interest include Fisherman’s Wharf, Union Square and Chinatown.
This vibrant city is one of the world’s most populous and featuring inspiring architecture and a wide choice of cultural institutions ranging from its neo-Gothic Cathedral through to the 1929 Martinelli Skyscraper. Of particular interest to visitors is the Museum of Art, this astonishing Municipal Market and Ibirapuera Park. The city is also dotted with art house cinemas, smart bistros and gourmet restaurants not to mention a wild collection of underground bars that certainly should not be missed!
Set on the island of Kyushu, Nagasaki is sits on a large natural harbour which makes it an idea cruise destination. The city is often best known as the site of the dropping of the second atomic bomb that ended World War II and there is a fascinating museum to commemorate the event. Now a popular tourist destination, key points of interest include Mount Inasa, Glover Garden, Oura Church and Huis Ten Bosch. Nagasaki today is a vibrant, charming city featuring a charming hilly landscape and cobblestones. Well worth a visit!
Capital city of the proud Pacific Island nation of Samoa, Apia is full of surprises, including being home to The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, housed in the writer’s restored home. Gateway to idyllic sandy beaches and the dramatic coral-lined hole that is the Palolo Deep Marine Reserve. Apia and its immediate surroundings also include attractions such as the Museum of Samoa, the Papaseea Sliding Rocks and Piula Cave Pool.