All Discovery Cruising Offers Two Discounted Holiday Itineraries


Swan Hellenic's Minerva is offering just one of All Discovery Cruising's holiday itineraries this December. // (c) 2011 Swan Hellenic.

Two of All Discovery Cruising’s brands are offering up to 65 percent off of brochure fares for holiday itineraries in the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea this December.
Swan Hellenic’s 320-guest Minerva departs Dec. 21 on a 16-day “Mysteries of the Indian Ocean” journey from Colombo, Sri Lanka to Singapore. The itinerary features a cruise up the Yangon River to Yangon, Myanmar’s former capital, and a visit to the Andaman Islands, a remote archipelago of over 184 islands in the Indian Ocean. Also on the itinerary are Penang and Malacca, Malaysia, as well as four shipboard overnights (Colombo, Yangon for two nights, and Singapore) before arriving in Singapore.

Rates for the “Mysteries of the Indian Ocean” itinerary begin at $2,599 per person – from $160 per day – and include shore excursions, all gratuities and port charges.

Voyage of Discovery’s 650-guest Discovery departs Dec. 19 on a 16-night “Treasures of the Orient & Vietnam” cruise from Bangkok, Thailand to Hong Kong. The voyage calls at Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Da Nang (a center of Vietnamese history and culture) and the Ha Long Bay. The ship then heads to China where Discovery will make her maiden calls at the “Garden City” of Beihai and Haikou before arriving in Hong Kong.
Fares for the “Treasures of the Orient & Vietnam” cruise begin at $80 per person, per day ($1,399 per person, cruise only; $2,499 per person with air). The itinerary also includes six shipboard overnights: Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City for two nights, Da Nang, Ha Long Bay and Hong Kong.
Both holiday cruises include All Discovery Cruising’s distinguished guest speaker program and enrichment workshops designed to help guests better understand the region’s culture, history and wildlife, as well as gala dinners and holiday-themed cocktail parties.
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