Regent Seven Seas Cruises is making the call for guests to tap into its Extended Explorations on shore in Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and South America — at no charge.
In total, 13 complimentary pre- and post-cruise land programmes have been made available for guests to bookend their luxury sailings by up to six nights. Applicable voyages are for those between October 2021 and March 2022, on board Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager. Bookings must be made by 30 April 2021.
These extended land explorations will range between two-to-three nights, and feature destination must-sees and hidden treasures such as Hong Kong's Stanley Market; Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands Hotel; Bangkok's traditional canal life along the Chao Phraya River; and Sydney's Opera House and Harbour Bridge; among others.
New additions to the land programmes include the Sacred & Scenic Tokyo tour, which visits the most significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in Tokyo; and a Winelands and Wildlife tour from Cape Town, South Africa which combines wine tasting and big game viewing.
When booking, an example could see a 10-night cruise on board Seven Seas Voyager sailing 19 February 2022 padding on a free three-night pre-cruise Buenos Aires, and another three free nights post-cruise at Rio de Janeiro for a 16-night travel experience.
Alternatively, guests who opt out of the pre- and/or -post land explorations will receive savings of up to US$3,000 per suite.
“After being starved of these simple pleasures for so long, we wanted to offer our guests the opportunity to make up for lost time and maximise their next vacation with immersive exploration experiences at no extra cost to them," said Jason Montague, president and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
"Free Extended Explorations means they can do this while enjoying the highest standards of personalised service, as well as an ever-expanding list of complimentary luxury amenities.”