Wanna bag some luxe ocean and river cruise bargains? Viking’s ‘Journeys Worth Planning’ deal, where you can save up to $5,000 per couple, ends soon.
This is your last chance to save up to $5,000 per couple on future journeys with Viking, including generous flight credits and backed by Viking’s Risk-Free Guarantee.
Risk-Free Guarantee allows guests the freedom to change their plans up to 24 hours before departure – which is the most flexible policy of any cruise line.
A vast selection of ocean, river, and expedition voyages departing in 2021, 2022, and 2023 are included in the Journeys Worth Planning offers, which ends on 31 July 2020.
What are the journeys worth planning?
The deal includes an array of Viking itineraries, including:
- Save up to $2,400 per couple on Viking’s 8-day Lyon & Provence cruise in the South of France, from Avignon to Lyon or v.v. Priced from $3,495 pp including up to $1,000 in flight credits. Departs 1 November 2022.
- Save up to $1,400 per couple on Viking’s 15-day Mississippi River cruise, sailing the length of America’s Great River from New Orleans, Louisiana to St Paul, Minnesota or v.v. Priced from $16,995 pp. Departs 24 June 2023.
- Save up to $5,000 per couple on Viking’s 23-day European Sojourn from Amsterdam to Bucharest or v.v. via Budapest. Priced from $9,995 pp including up to $3,600 in flight credits. Departs 19 October 2021.
- Save up to $1,900 per couple on Viking’s 15-day Viking Homelands Northern Europe voyage from Stockholm to Bergen or v.v, via Russia, Estonia, Finland, Poland, Germany, and Denmark. Priced from $8,745 pp. Departs 6 May 2022.
- Save up to $1,900 per couple on Viking’s 15-day Australia & New Zealand cruise from Sydney to Auckland or v.v, including calls to Hobart, Napier, Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch, and Rotorua. Priced from $8,745 pp. Departs 27 December 2021.
With no more than 930 passengers on ocean ships and 190 guests on river ships, Viking claims your clients will never feel they’re in a crowd. No kids, no casinos, no inside staterooms, and no crowds are just the beginning.
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