Thursday, 28 October 2021 23:09

UNESCO Geoparks in Pacific?

Moves are afoot to have four UNESCO Geoparks established in the Pacific, a development expected to boost tourism in a sustainable way while focusing on not only geology but also culture.

It is possible that these and others may form a ‘Geopark trail’ around the Pacific.

At a South Pacific Tourism Office (supported by the South Pacific Community, SPC) webinar this week, it was noted that a number of steps needed to be taken at all sites (some more than others) before a submission could be made to UNESCO.

Published in Pacific Islands
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 05:00

2020 World Cruise unveiled

Seven Seas Mariner’s guests will touch on 30 countries in six continents as they circumnavigate the globe, visiting 36 UNESCO World Heritage sites among a total of 66 ports, 13 in which are overnight stays. The all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner will host Regent’s new 2020 Navigate the World cruise, a 131-night itinerary, departing 24 January 2020, round-trip from San Francisco, to islands of the South Pacic and ancient cultures of sub continental India and around the Arabian Peninsula, and then plying the Mediterranean in springtime and cruising the Caribbean and Central America in early summer.

Published in Cruising Updates
Thursday, 08 June 2017 22:56

Cruising Snake River

UnCruise Adventures is launching an enhanced and expanded range of small ship cruises for 2018.
The itineraries range from Alaska to South America, World Journeys report.
As part of a new itinerary on the Columbia and Snake rivers, the 88-guest SS Legacy has been transformed into an adventure-equipped ship to offer activities such as kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff excursions and whitewater rafting.  

Published in Cruising Updates