Regent Seven Seas Cruises World Cruises

See the world’s diverse continents, intriguing cultures, and many tasty cuisines when you choose a luxury World Cruise onboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Don’t handicap yourself with one destination, when you can have it all—beautiful days on the beach, cave plundering expeditions, and mountain climbs that thrill. You may experience the zesty cuisine (and people) of South America, or see the historical castles of Northern Europe. You may learn to toss a pizza in the air in the Mediterranean, or learn the elegant traditional dances of the Indian peoples. It’s all possible when you cruise the world with Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

 

Things to Do on a World Cruise with Regent Seven Seas Cruises

 

Have the vacation of a lifetime as you travel to amazing spots across the globe with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Consider a safari in Cape Town, a hot air balloon ride in Dubai and a tango class in Buenos Aires. Featured below are some of the best ways to spend your time when cruising the world with Regent Seven Seas Cruises:

 


Hajar Mountains of Dubai, UAE
  • Hot Air Balloon Adventure (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
    Get an incredible view of the landscape of Dubai’s desert from a hot air balloon. You’ll see red dunes, the Hajar Mountains and more. After you descend you’ll hop on a 4x4 vehicle for an exciting ride across the desert where breakfast will be waiting for you.
     

 


Ajuda National Palace in Lisbon, Portugal
  • Unforgettable Old Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
    Visit Lisbon's hot spots including the Ajuda National Palace, which was the last royal residence before the nation became a republic in 1910. This grand palace was decorated by King Louis I and his wife. You’ll find over 40,000 pieces of their personal art collection here. Then head to the streets of Alfama, a quaint picturesque village where people hang their clothes to dry on clotheslines.
     

 


Aerial view of Hong Kong
  • Tai Chi, Dim Sum and Tea (Hong Kong, China)
    Learn about the art of Tai Chi which is a form of martial arts that was developed in the 12th century. Then enjoy a traditional Chinese breakfast with Dim Sum, which are bite-sized snacks steamed in bamboo baskets. Then enjoy tea, which is a beverage that has been a large part of Chinese tradition for centuries.
     

 


Tulbagh Valley in South Africa
  • Inverdoorn Game Reserve (Cape Town, South Africa)
    Go out on a game drive where you could see giraffes, zebras and antelope. You’ll also get to check out some cheetahs at the onsite rehabilitation program, which also has lions. On your way to the reserve you’ll drive through the wine country and the Tulbagh Valley.
     

 


Blue Lagoon Dolphin Encounter in the Bahamas
  • Blue Lagoon Island Dolphin Encounter (Nassau, Bahamas)
    Take a catamaran to the Blue Lagoon Island where you’ll learn about dolphins and get to pet, kiss and dance with a dolphin. Here you can also observe the sea lions that were rescued from Gulfport, Mississippi after hurricane Katrina.
     

 


Art of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Tango Masters Class (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    The tango was developed and cultivated in Argentina, so what better place to learn about this passionate dance? You’ll head to the San Telmo district where you’ll learn about the dance’s history and cultural significance before you get a lesson.
     

 

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