Azamara unveils 24/25 itineraries, returns to South Africa + South America

Azamara unveils 24/25 itineraries, returns to South Africa + South America

Azamara has announced 44 new voyages for 2024/2025 spanning the four corners of the world with Azamara Quest sailing South Africa, Azamara Journey cruising along South America, Azamara Pursuit visiting Asia and Australia, and Azamara Onward embarking on the 2025 World Voyage.

Travelers can fully immerse themselves in each destination with 171 late stays and overnights in port, allowing for ample time to connect with local culture and uncover hidden gems across the globe.

“We are very excited to bring our guests to every corner of the world aboard our four-ship fleet,” Carol Cabezas, president of Azamara, said.

“Our smaller ships will visit unique ports and hidden gems around the world, including maiden ports in the Philippines, Fiji, Samoa, and beyond. With high demand for cruising and unique travel experiences across all regions, we look forward to continuing to immerse our guests in some of the world’s most beautiful and culture-rich destinations.”

Guests can take advantage of Azamara’s Early Booking Benefit with the 2024 and 2025 sailings by clicking here. In North America, the offer includes 20 per cent off select 2024 and 2025 voyages, a USD$300 Onboard Credit, unlimited Wi-Fi for one device, and a Premium Beverage Package for two.

The cruise line is also marking its return to South Africa and South America for the first time since early 2020.

To celebrate this long-awaited return, Azamara Journey will embark on six back-to-back South Africa Intensive voyages, while Azamara Pursuit cruises along South America’s most picturesque coasts, including a stop in Rio de Janeiro just in time to partake in Brazil’s famed Carnival festivities.

Azamara’s South America itineraries will also ply the waters of the Antarctic Peninsula, as well as the picturesque Beagle Channel and the famed Strait of Magellan, with stops in the remote Falkland Islands.

“With the travel and cruising industries continuing to take significant steps forward, we are thrilled to bring our guests deeper to explore even more hidden gems of the world on our four ships,” said Michael Pawlus, Azamara’s director of strategic itinerary & destination planning.

“Both South Africa and many South American countries are bucket-list travel destinations for travelers, and we look forward to our guests discovering the rich culture and local life of these unique destinations with Azamara.”

Azamara Journey will return to Cape Town, South Africa, on December 20, 2022, to conclude the ship’s 21-Night Western Africa Voyage. Azamara Pursuit will return to South America on the 16-Night Portuguese Pursuit Voyage, departing from Lisbon on November 30, 2022, and concluding in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on December 16, 2022.

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