Oceania Cruises has announced its 2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection, which includes 157 voyages ranging in length from seven to 200 days. The collection features 300 ports of call, 14 of which are new to Oceania, as well as 451 overnight stays across 123 individual sailings.
Those looking to really immerse themselves in different parts of the world can choose from 70 Grand Voyages, which offer the chance to explore distinct regions across multiple continents. For a course less traveled, there are in-depth explorations of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, the tiny atolls of the South Pacific, and an early-spring traverse of the North Pacific that combines Japanese ports with the rugged Alaska outposts of Dutch Harbor, Kodiak, and Whittier.
Here are some highlights of the 2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection.
- With Caribbean, Mexico, and Panama Canal voyages, passengers can discover new corners of the tropics with visits to less-traveled islands such as Bonaire, Carriacou, Dominica, and Guadeloupe
- In South America, adventures into the landscapes of Patagonia include sailings along the Amazon River or itineraries that explore the coasts of Brazil and Uruguay
- Across Asia, explorers have lots of options for Southeast Asia explorations and a number of Japan-focused journeys
- Australia, New Zealand, and South Pacific journeys reveal a blend of marquee cities as well as off-the-beaten-path destinations like the coast of western Australia; Bluff, Gisborne, and Timaru in New Zealand; and islands in French Polynesia and Melanesia
- A variety of Grand Voyages with options linking multiple regions, including region-specific journeys with in-depth explorations of South America, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and extended Caribbean and Panama Canal journeys
New ports of call for Oceania Cruises in this collection of itineraries are:
- Camarones, Argentina
- Champagne Bay, Vanuatu
- Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha
- Fernandina Beach, Florida
- Hambantota, Sri Lanka
- Hillsborough (Carriacou), Grenada
- Hitachinaka, Japan
- Hualien, Taiwan
- Isla de los Estados, Argentina
- Kupang, Indonesia
- Puerto del Rosario, Canary Islands
- St. Helier, Channel Islands
- Takamatsu, Japan
- Waingpu, Indonesia
The 2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection opens for bookings on November 2, 2022.