Oceania to sail to Africa and Asia

The cruise line's Riviera will sail to off-the-beaten path ports from the end of the year.

OCEANIA Cruises has announced three new voyages on board Riviera to Africa and Asia, ranging between 27 and 59 days.

Riviera will explore the two continents at the end of 2024 and the start of 2025, with the jewel of the season Oceania’s Grand Voyage of 59 days.

The season will offer guests the opportunity to discover off-the-beaten path ports, such as Antsiranana, Hambantota, Sao Tome, and Lome.

Riviera will sail from Barcelona and call at the Canary Islands, before heading down West Africa, with days at sea punctuating calls in Senegal, Gambia, Ghana, and an overnight stay in Walvis Bay and Cape Town, the journey’s southernmost point.

The ship will then head up East Africa via Madagascar, for an overnight stay in Dar Es Salaam, and then across to the Seychelles, the Maldives, Thailand, and Malaysia, before the journey culminates with two nights in port in Singapore.

“These longer, destination-immersive voyages offer curious, well-travelled guests the chance to explore some of the most off-the-beaten-path ports in the world, all from the elegant surroundings of Riviera,” President Frank Del Rio Jr explained.

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