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Oceania Cruises World Cruises

Explore any part of the world you please with an Oceania Cruises Grand Voyage or a World cruise. Spend more time at each port—meaning you can scale the landscapes of Samoa, or experience and savor the tastes of a famous winery in Hobart, Australia.  Discover smaller, authentic ports like Salaverry in Peru, where you can enjoy the colonial flavor of the region. Or, learn the customs and traditions of a culture in a Brazilian port you’ve never imagined having the opportunity to see. Each leg of your trip will be influential and exciting when you cruise on a Grand Voyage or a World cruise with Oceania Cruises. Plus, to make your world voyage stress-free, Oceania Cruises includes free onboard medical service for all "Around the World" guests during the entire cruise. 



Things to Do on a World Cruise with Oceania Cruises


From Asia to South America and Europe to Australia, experience the many wonders of the world while crossing off lots of things on your bucket list. With Oceania Cruises’ world voyages, the excursion options are nearly endless, so continue below for a few of our favorites.



Oceania Cruises statue lined terrace at Ravello Amalfi Coast Italy
  • Capri Cruise and Blue Grotto Discovery (Sorrento, Italy)
    Live the glamorous life as you sit down for lunch with a glass of wine at the Hotel Quisisana. Then head off on a cruise in the postcard perfect waters of Capri. Here you’ll stop at the Blue Grotto where you’ll get in a rowboat to enter the small cave. Once inside, you’ll marvel at the amazingly intense glow of the water beneath. You might also visit the Green Grotto, Coral Grotto or White Grotto.




Oceania Cruises Kaohsiung Taiwan Kaohsiungs famous tourist attractions
  • Sacred Fokuangshan (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
    Fokuangshan is Taiwan’s largest Buddhist monastery; there are several giant Buddha statues and hundreds of smaller ones strewn about the complex. This complex of temples and buildings was founded in 1967 and is carved out of the mountainside. Here you can tour the Buddhist Cultural Museum to find amazing exhibits that display ritual instruments, jade and porcelain. Your visit also includes a traditional vegetarian lunch where the foods are cooked using local ingredients.




Oceania Cruises Guanaco in Torres del Paine national park Patagonia Chile
  • Patagonia Nature In Depth (Puerto Chacabuco, Chile)
    Arrive at the Aiken del Sur Private Park where you will explore the forests of Patagonia and check out the 72-foot cascading waterfall. Once inside, you’ll notice that the park is divided into three nature trails. On these trails you’ll walk through prairies and forests while listening to the birds chirp. After a full day wandering about the beautiful park you’ll have a Patagonian barbeque lunch.




Oceania Cruises Geelong coastline early morning
  • Queenscliff and Bellarine Peninsula Wineries (Geelong, Australia)
    Queenscliff is a wonderful spot, sitting at the entrance of Port Philip Bay. Here you’ll see lots of beautiful Victorian-era buildings and a Black Lighthouse, which is made of basalt bluestone. This area of Australia is known amongst foodies and has the nation’s best wineries. You’ll get to visit two of them, Scotchmans Hill and Oakdene. At each you’ll get to taste their award winning wines and learn about their wine-making process.




Oceania Cruises attractive outdoor hallway in an Italian villa
  • The Getty Villa (Los Angeles, California)
    The Getty Villa, which faces the beautiful Malibu coastline, recreates a Roman villa filled with illuminating artifacts from antiquity. The museum seeks to help visitors understand the Greek, Roman and Etruscan civilizations. You can also tour an herb garden that is designed as if it were a garden of the ancient Romans that lived in the villa. Before your visit to the museum you’ll take a stop along Santa Monica beach for some photo opportunities.




Oceania Cruises voodoo ceremonies Lome Togo Africa
  • Voodoo Ceremony in Sanguera (Lome, Togo)
    All you have to do is sit back and watch as a chief priest performs a traditional voodoo ceremony in Sanguera. This ceremony is unpredictable so it will vary in content and length. Voodoo originated in West Africa, and is essentially a religion where its followers worship one god. However, there are many misconceptions about the religion, including that sacrifices and Satan worshiping are part of their practices. Instead, the religion uses charms and rituals to achieve a higher state of consciousness.



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Oceania Cruises World Departure Ports

Learn more about each of the possible departure ports for a world cruise with Oceania Cruises. Your Oceania Cruises world cruise could embark from any of the following cities:

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