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Luxury Vacation Tours

There are vacations…and then there are VACATIONS. Imagine 4-5 months exploring your destinations of choice, relaxing by a pool, hiking the native wilderness, and trying local foods. It really doesn’t get much better than that. Here are 6 luxury vacation tours that are on our bucket list. Which trip will you add to yours? 


  1. Elements of the Pacific: Regent World Cruise – 120 Days

Spend four months circumnavigating the Pacific Ocean, all in the luxury of Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner. You’ll cruise the Pacific, South Pacific, the Fjords of Dusky Sound, Tasman Sea, Coral Sea, China Sea, and more. Up to 299 free shore excursions across Hawaii, French Polynesia, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Japan, Alaska, and more. 

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  1. Holland America Grand World Voyage – 128 Days

Track the big cats as they stalk prey in Kenya, indulge in sushi in Tokyo, photograph penguins plunging into Antarctic waters while transported aboard an elegant, mid-sized ship featuring a three-story atrium: The Amsterdam. See Trinidad and Tobago, the Amazon River in Brazil, Aruba, Costa Rica, Mexico, Hawaii, Guam, Japan, China, Vietnam, India, the United Arab Emirates, and more. 

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  1. Silversea Uncharted World Tour – 167 Days

167 days, 107 ports, 30 countries from Ushuaia to Tromso—this is the first-ever Expedition World Cruise. Your cruise ship, Silver Cloud, is the most spacious and comfortable ice class vessel in expedition cruising. See Antarctica, Chile, Pitcairn, French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Oman, and more.  

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  1. Silversea Legends of Cruising – 140 Days

Legends of Cruising takes you on a journey that lets you set foot on all 7 continents upon a relaxing, sophisticated, and genuinely elegant ship. Comes with a $2,000 onboard spending credit per guest. Visit Puerto Rico, Barbados, French Guiana, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Uruguay, the Falkland Islands, Argentina, Chile, French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Australia, and more.  

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  1. Navigate the World with Regent – 117 Days

Spend four months circumnavigating the globe, all in the luxury of Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner. Plus, enjoy free and unlimited beverages including fine wines and premium spirits. Free exclusive shoreside experiences include Mystical Moai Experience in Hanga Roa, Arresting Australia in the Boggo Road Jail, Royalty of Wadi Rum in Aqaba. See Aruba, Ecuador, Peru, New Zealand, and many more.  

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  1. Elements of the Pacific – 120 Days 

Spend four months exploring the entire pacific rim, all in the luxury of Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner. Entertainment is included onboard and guests can access specialty restaurant dining at no extra charge. Visit Hawaii, French Polynesia, American Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Zealand, Australia, the Coral Sea, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan, Alaska, and more.  

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Save these luxury vacation tours for later…or book one today!

Looking for more affordable trips? 

Never fear, we do that too! Contact us at Lloyds Travel & Cruises and we’ll work with you to find the perfect vacation package for your budget and timeframe. Traveling alone? You might also like our article on Cost-Conscious Solo Travelers.