India & Sri Lanka Voyage

18 nights cruise & stay tour

Price from: £3499

Dubai 2 nights
Azamara Quest
14 nights
Singapore
2 nights

Day 1: Fly to Dubai.

Day 2 Dubai: On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
If time allows you may wish to step out and start exploring or perhaps prefer to simply relax poolside.

Day 3 Dubai: There’s so much to see in this extraordinary Emirate. If you have a head for heights, then the Burj Khalifa observation decks are a must or, if you’d like to experience the shifting desert sands then opt for some dune bashing. You’ll also find shopping galore, spectacular beaches, thrills and spills at theme parks, and so much more besides.

Day 4 Dubai/Cruise: At leisure before you are transferred to the port.

Days 5-7 At sea: Get a behind-the-scenes look at life onboard with an Insider’s View Tour or attend a destination lecture to learn more about your next port of call.

Day 8 Mumbai, India: Amid all the hustle and bustle, Mumbai is buzzing with adventures. To get a sense of the region’s history, visit the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum or, if you want to escape the hustle and bustle, travel to Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to tour the maze of cave temples and impressive temple carvings.

Day 9 At sea: Indulge in a treatment at Sanctum Spa, stay ship shape with a class at the fitness centre or, lounge the day away on the sunny pool deck.

Day 10 Cochin, India: The mixture of cultures and influences give an array of sights, from giant Chinese fishing nets at Fort Kochi, to ancient mosques and Portuguese style homes.

Days 11-12 Colombo, Sri Lanka: The teardrop-shaped island of Sri Lanka offers engaging encounters, both in the capital and surrounding countryside. Wind your way through the street’s of Colombo’s old quarter to find some world-famous tea and explore the eclectic cafes and shops. Alternatively, trek out into the jungle and meet the friendly residents of an elephant orphanage.

Day 13 Hambantota, Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka’s southern coast is a treasure trove of biodiversity and Hambantota is the gateway to most of it. Yala National Park holds the world’s largest concentration of leopards and elephants, while Uda Walawe National Park rivals the savannahs of Africa. There’s also the UNESCO World Heritage protected Galle Fort.

Days 14-15 At sea: This is the perfect time to experience all that your boutique hotel at sea has to offer - or to simply do nothing at all.

Day 16 Sabang, Indonesia: For gorgeous views across the peninsula to Kasih Beach, venture to Kota Ataa, where you’ll also find colonial buildings, a vestige to its former Dutch residents. The real appeal is the atmosphere of Sabang and its people.

Day 17 At sea: Indulge at the spa or laze beside the pool.

Day 18 Singapore: All too soon the ship reaches Singapore where you will disembark and be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to sightsee as you choose.

Day 19 Singapore: Visit the extraordinary Gardens by the Bay, browse the shops of Orchard Road, or enjoy a Singapore Sling at the renowned Raffles Hotel.

Day 20 Singapore: At leisure before you are transferred to the airport for your onward journey. Alternatively, why not extend your stay?

What you need to know

Departures: 23 Nov 22.
Alternative departures available.

Accommodation: 1 night before the cruise at Hyde Hotel, Dubai; 14 nights in an interior stateroom aboard Azamara Quest; and 2 nights after the cruise at Shangri-La, Singapore.

Meals: Breakfast in Dubai. Full board on cruise. Room only in Singapore.

Cruise & stay price: Includes international flights, private transfers to and from your hotel in Dubai and Singapore, private transfers to and from the port and accommodation as shown above.

Visas: A visa for India is required. Please ask for details.

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