Arabia & India

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If you're looking for a unique and exotic cruise experience, you should definitely consider a cruise to Arabia and India. This part of the world is full of fascinating traditions, sprawling desert landscapes and spectacular architecture inspired by the region’s history and culture. During your cruise, you can soak up the sun on one of the many tranquil beaches of Goa, marvel at the ornate courtyard of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, or simply explore the many ancient temples, forts, and palaces at your port-of-call. As you sail along the beautiful blue waters of the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea, be sure to sample some of the many culinary delights the region has to offer. 

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Dubai, UAE

Known as the ‘Pearl of the Arabian Gulf’, Dubai is a city of contrasts that perfectly combines tradition with modernity. From its humble beginnings as a pearl-fishing village, Dubai has transformed into the glittering metropolis we see today. Whilst you are there, stroll through the labyrinth of walkways of the Gold Souks and view all the eye-catching pieces of 24-carat jewellery. Want to learn more about Islamic and Emirati culture? Take a heritage tour at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. Fancy a more thrilling activity? Book a Desert safari where you can take an adrenaline-fueled ride on the sand dunes and finish the day with an Arabic-style BBQ while watching the whirling movements of a Tanoura folk dance.


Goa, India

In the western region of India is the small state of Goa. Colonised by the Portuguese for 450 years, Goa boasts an almost unbroken 70 km of coastline that stretches along the Arabian Sea. Home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, Goa is a history lover's dream! Don’t miss the chance to visit the Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception - a stunningly beautiful church overlooking the city of Panjim, constructed in the Portuguese Baroque style.

With Goa’s crystal clear, idyllic beaches (54 to be precise), bustling nightlife, and world-renowned historical architecture, this small state in India is a must-see destination!

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