Ancient Landscapes

21 January - 13 March 2020


52 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from New Zealand


31 Ports

21 January

Setting sail from Auckland

Auckland offers a buzzing waterfront and a vibrant arts scene, and provides a fascinating introduction to New Zealand's proud cultural heritage. The centre is home to excellent shopping and a number of fantastic restaurants, while the north of the city has a distinctly more laid-back vibe, and to the west is the city's oldest wine region.

Our tip

Standing 328 metres tall, the Sky Tower offers the best view of the city from the observation deck or from its two restaurants.

22 January

New Zealand: Tauranga

23 January

New Zealand: Gisborne

24 January

New Zealand: Napier

25 January

New Zealand: Wellington

26 January

New Zealand: Nelson

27-28 January

At sea

29 January

Australia: Newcastle (New South Wales)

30 January

Australia: Sydney

31 January

At sea

1 February

Australia: Brisbane

2 February

At sea

3 February

Australia: Airlie Beach

4 February

Australia: Cairns

5 February

Australia: Cooktown

6-7 February

At sea

8 February

Australia: Darwin

9 February

At sea

10 February

Indonesia: Komodo Island

11-12 February

Indonesia: Bali

13 February

At sea

14 February

Indonesia: Semarang

15 February

At sea

16 February

Singapore: Singapore

17 February

At sea

18 February

Thailand: Koh Samui

19-20 February

Thailand: Bangkok (Klong Toey)

21 February

Cambodia: Sihanoukville

22 February

At sea

23-24 February

Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City

25 February

Vietnam: Nha Trang

26-27 February

Vietnam: Chan May

28 February

At sea

29 February - 1 March

Hong Kong SAR China: Hong Kong

2 March

At sea

3 March

Taiwan: Keelung (Taipei)

4 March

Japan: Ishigaki Island

5 March

Japan: Naha

6 March

At sea

7-8 March

Japan: Kobe

9 March

Japan: Miyazaki

10 March

Japan: Nagasaki

11 March

At sea

12-13 March

Arriving in Shanghai

Shanghai has long been China's most outward-looking, cosmopolitan city, as evidenced by the fascinating mixture of European and Oriental architecture. The Bund, a riverfront promenade flanked by grand colonial era buildings, is the city's most famous thoroughfare, while the Pudong financial district lights up the city skyline at night with its futuristic towers. Shanghai's restaurant scene is thriving like never before, with a number of Michelin-starred chefs setting up shop here, while Nanjing Road is the place to head for a spot of retail therapy, with its shiny shopping malls and luxury boutiques.

Don't miss

Walking along the Bund as the sun rises, watching the locals practise Tai Chi. Magic.

The Ship

Your home from home

Regent Seven Seas Voyager at sea
Regent Sevens Seas Voyager breakfast
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Prime 7

Just 700 guests enjoy the perfect balance of space and intimacy. With plenty of comfort and great value for money, the Voyager offers everything you could wish for: spacious accommodation, a relaxed and unpretentious style and loads of good dining choices. The most all-inclusive of all luxury lines.

What we love

Capacity 700 Guests
Crew 447 International Staff

Regent Seven Seas offers luxury without pretensions - not too dressy, and with lots of focus on the itineraries. So - with their excellent all-inclusive offer - you might get off the ship without having to pay a single further penny!

  • All meals in all venues including room service
  • All alcoholic drinks throughout the ship
  • Flights to and from the ship
  • A full selection of shore excursions
  • On board entertainment
  • Sports and fitness facilities
  • Gratuities
More about Seven Seas Voyager

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
The Langham Auckland

Where to stay in Auckland

There are some great luxury lodges within easy reach of the city. In the city itself we like the Langham.

Kayaking in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Around Auckland

About 3 hours north of the city is the Bay of Islands, an area of pristine islands and turquoise water as well as small towns of historic and cultural interest.

Rooftop bar at The Peninsula Shanghai

Where to stay in Shanghai

So many fabulous hotels to choose from, but we would go for the Peninsula on the Bund.

Yuyuan Gardens, Shanghai

Another side to Shanghai

Wander the Yuyuan Gardens with its serene fish ponds, pretty pagodas and enjoy a rest from the crowds at the Mid-Lake Pavilion Teahouse, reached by a zigzag causeway designed to stop evil spirits.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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