When you book direct online, your cruise fare will already include port charges, taxes, and fees, except gratuities (payable onboard). Your booking comes inclusive of:
  • Your choice deluxe accommodation
  • Sumptuous meals at inclusive restaurants
  • World-class entertainment
  • Access to beautifully designed leisure facilities
Terms and Conditions Booking Period: Now until 23 Jun 2018 Sailing Period: Now until 24 Jun 2018
  • The 1st and 2nd passengers will be charged at 40% OFF Summer Cruise Fare.
  • This offer applies to 5-night sailing of World Dream.
  • The 3rd passenger and the 4th passenger in the same stateroom each pay 50% of the first passenger’s fare.
  • A single passenger pays 150% of the twin-sharing fare. An infant (below 2 years old) staying in a stateroom with two full-paying passengers pays 25% of the twin-sharing fare.

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Tour Overview

Day 01

Port of Mangalore

Mangalore is a colorful and interesting city with pleasant beaches and lots of historical and cultural sights to explore on India's west coast. The most prominent of the attractions are the city's great number of religious sites, including Christian churches, Hindu temples and Muslim mosques. There are also more laid-back options including an amusement park, shops selling local wares and scenic outdoor spaces.
Day 02

Kochi (Cochin) Cruise Port

Cochin is the second-biggest city in Kerala, a tropical state on India's southwest coast filled with coconut palms and backwaters, a tangle of lagoons, canals and lakes that can be traveled by houseboat past tiny villages and traditional ways of life. Kochi's tourist attractions are concentrated in the historic districts of Fort Kochi and Mattancherry on the peninsula, reached by ferry or motor vehicle from Willingdon Island, where cruise ships arrive. But, the excellent Kerala Folklore Museum is in the modern city, Ernakulam, on the mainland east of Willingdon Island. Fort Kochi is calm and sleepy, Mattancherry is more touristed and Ernakulam is hectic and crowded.
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Day 05

Port of Dubai

The biggest and most developed of the seven United Arab Emirates, Dubai has a well-deserved reputation as an oasis for cosmopolitan luxury travelers with money to burn. Yes, Dubai is a working port city on the Arabian Gulf, a gateway to places that, for most North Americans, are tucked away in the encyclopedia as distant and forbidden lands: Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Pakistan. But the city's most distinctive feature is its pursuit of all things over the top, from "seven star" luxury hotels and shopping malls with ski resorts to man made islands built in the shape of palm trees and continents.
Day 06

Port of Abu Dhabi

The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is the largest and wealthiest of the nation's seven emirates. Covering 80 percent of the land mass of the UAE, the emirate of Abu Dhabi is divided into three parts: the city of Abu Dhabi, the historic Al Ain region centered on a large oasis on an old camel caravan route and Al Gharbia, part of the world's largest uninterrupted sand desert with towering dunes spreading across the Arabian Peninsula.

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Goa 50 Anytime 7 days
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Cheap INR 50 5 2 2

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