Cruise to 45 UNESCO World Heritage sites allows you to visit SIX continents and 30 countries in 117 days – but it’ll cost you

A new cruise, run by Regent Seven Seas Cruises will let you see close to the whole world on an epic 117-day adventure.

During the cruise on the Seven Seas Mariner passengers will visit six continents, including 30 countries and 56 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Starting on January 5, 2021 in Miami, passengers will visit places such as the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Taj Mahal in India, the Vatican City in Italy and the Botanic Gardens in Italy.

They’ll also visit places such as Dubai, Jerusalem, Spain, Oman, Turkey, New Zealand, Jordan, Indonesia, Greece and Antigua.

Considering everywhere the cruise will let passengers visit, it doesn’t come cheap.

Tickets start at £46,380 for a deluxe veranda suite – the cheapest option on board the liner.

There are also master suites on offer for £134,999, which come with a butler to hand.

But passengers will get everything they need included in the price, such as food, drink, first class plane tickets, a hotel in Miami, unlimited cry cleaning and a doctor on board.

There are also 11 different overnight stays in locations like Bali and Singapore.

Not bad if you can tolerate the seasickness – as you'll spend 43 days at sea during the cruise.

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Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ president and chief executive officer, said: “We thoughtfully design world cruise itineraries to bring guests to sites they desire to explore.

"[These] range from iconic destinations to the hidden gems that can only be accommodated on a cruise of this length."

He continued: “Guests embark on world cruises to discover many destinations in one voyage with immersive experiences, visit museums, see historical sites, appreciate local arts and culture, and enjoy exclusive shoreside activities offering a unique way to understand our world.

“On this 2021 voyage, guests can visit 56 Unesco World Heritage Sites in ports like Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jerusalem, Israel and Limassol, Cyprus, and each night return to their spacious and luxurious suite and enjoy personalised service on board.”

Sun Online Travel previously revealed how you can cruise through Norway in ultimate comfort.

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