In 2022 Crystal Cruises will visit 157 UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Ha Long Bay in Vietnam (Image: Pixabay/Ana Jimenez)
Luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has released the complete roster of its 2022 voyages which includes maiden calls to Le Lavandou, France; Port Royal, Jamaica; Marina di Carrara, Italy; Celukan Bawang, Indonesia; and Galle, Sri Lanka.
The 67 new itineraries feature seven- to 19-night voyages, 21 ‘Grand Journey’ combination voyages and a ‘World Cruise’ ranging from 86 to 116 nights. Throughout the year, Crystal will visit 157 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including natural wonders like Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay, Sicily’s Mount Etna, and Indonesia’s Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, as well as sites of historical importance, such as the Bagan Archaeological Zone in Myanmar and the Medici Villas and Gardens in Tuscany, Italy.
“Every year presents new opportunities to discover the world in different ways, and it is our pleasure to offer luxury travellers exceptional choices that enable them to explore the globe in a manner that perfectly suits them,” said Tom Wolber, president and CEO of Crystal Cruises. “For 2022, we have created itineraries that cater to the varied preferences and schedules of our guests. We’ve listened to their feedback and have added new destinations and routes, as well as voyages that offer new perspectives on beloved favourites.”
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