In 2000, Bernard Weber set up the New7Wonders project, which asked people to vote on the next 7 wonders of the world. By 2007, the movement gained momentum, and over 100 million people voted on the New 7 Wonders of the World representing global heritage. If these are on your bucket list, you can see all new 7 wonders of the world with Azamara Club Cruises.
Azamara is all about bringing its guests on authentic and immersive voyages all around the world. One way they deliver an incredible cruise experience for their travelers is through their exclusive concept of AzAmazing Evenings. On most itineraries, travelers get to enjoy the destinations at an included, unique event, just for Azamara guests. Private excursions with Azamara are designed specifically to deliver authentic experiences that bring travelers closer to a place, and immerse you in its culture and people.Continue reading
Every year, cruise lines introduce the latest and greatest- be it new itineraries, new ports, new ships, or even new trends. Be on the lookout for what’s new with cruising in 2019.
Cruising draws tens of millions of people in each year, and it’s easy to see why. The convenience of visiting so many different places without the hassles of transportation or having to unpack and pack multiple times. Today, cruise lines have immersive itineraries that bring you closer to the local culture, on and off the ships. Travelers will have access to guest speakers, local food and authentic entertainment onboard. Small ships bring cruisers closer to the action on land, and cultural excursions immerse cruisers to the local way of living. To top it off, cruises travel to way more destinations than just the Caribbean. The Mediterranean, Asia, South Pacific, Africa and Antarctica are all popular cruise locations. There are cruise lines for everyone, even travelers who don’t like cruising.
By Lin Humble, Vice President
This past July, my husband and two sons were fortunate enough to enjoy a delightful week in the Mediterranean and Adriatic with Azamara Cruises aboard their ship, the Quest. Only hosting 690 guests, the smaller size of this floating boutique hotel ensures up-close access to ports that other bigger ships do not have.