2022–2023 Viking World Cruise

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138 Days
Availability : Starting Dec. 22, 2022
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Greenwich, United Kingdom

Voyage of Discovery

Set sail on board Viking Neptune as she traverses the globe. Explore the world’s majestic cities and immerse yourself in local cultures during overnight stays in 11 ports. Discover the idyllic isles and the faraway lands of the South Pacific and the colonial treasures of Asia. From the Arabian Peninsula to the Red Sea, witness several millennia of history and revel in the romance of Paris before arriving in London, England’s iconic capital.



  • Business Class air1
  • Ground transfers to and from the ship; private car transfer for Owner’s Suite or Explorer’s Suite
  • All onboard gratuities and service fees
  • Our Silver Spirits beverage package, including virtually all drinks on board
  • Complimentary visa service2
  • Free luggage shipping services for embarkation4
  • One excursion in each port
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • Alternative restaurant dining at no extra charge3
  • Access to top-rated spa & state-of-the-art fitness center
  • Self-service launderette available to all guests; laundry, dry cleaning, shoe shine and pressing available based on stateroom category
  • Port taxes and fees

1Business Class Air for transatlantic flights; domestic in First Class. From listed gateway cities; call for details.
2When using Viking recommended visa service.
3Excludes The Kitchen Table.
4Restrictions apply.



About Viking Cruises

Viking® believes in offering your clients extraordinarily well-designed cruises that bring them closer to the cultures of the world. With destination-focused itineraries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and beyond, your clients will sail with like-minded travelers on what Viking calls The Thinking Person’s Cruise®, a culturally rich, immersive experience designed to help them explore and engage with their destination through its food, culture, countryside and customs—with enriching shore excursions, insightful lectures, Destination Performances, cooking classes and regionally inspired cuisine.




Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Ft. Lauderdale offers stretches of picturesque white-sand beaches and a network of canals.


A cliff in Mexico that receives the first rays of dawn.
Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Mexico The Gulf of Mexico has borne witness to much of North and Central American history.


Bonita Beach in Cozumel, Mexico
Cozumel, Mexico Cozumel is home to archaeological sites, colonial riches and coral reef preserves.


An uninhabited island in the Caribbean Sea
Cruise the Caribbean Sea The paradisiacal setting of the Caribbean Sea was once synonymous with adventure and hidden treasures.


The Iglesia de San Pedro Claver in Cartagena de Indias, in Colombia
Cartagena, Colombia With its remarkably preserved colonial city, seaside Cartagena is a cultural treasure.


Old cannons along the shore of Portobelo, Colón
Colón, Panama Panama’s “second city,” culture-rich Colón lies near the Panama Canal’s Atlantic entrance.


Aerial view of the locks at the Panama Canal
Scenic Cruising: Panama Canal The Panama Canal is composed of massive locks, a forest-lined waterway and a tranquil lake.


Mamsen's restaurant on board a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the Pacific Ocean The first European to see the Pacific Ocean was Vasco Núñez de Balboa, who crossed the Isthmus of Panama in 1513.


A riverbank in Puntarenas
Puntarenas, Costa Rica Puntarenas was once Costa Rica’s coffee-exporting gateway to the Pacific and beyond.


Dipilto Coffee Farmer gathering beans
León (Corinto), Nicaragua León boasts incredibly preserved Spanish colonial architecture, exuding a timeless atmosphere.


Viking Star
Cruise the Pacific Ocean The warm waters of the Pacific are teeming with marine life.


Rock arch in the ocean in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico With azure waters and a dramatic rocky coast, Cabo San Lucas is a top Mexican destination.


The Theater on board a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the Pacific Ocean Spain ruled the Pacific during the late 16th century, trading between Mexico and the Philippines.


A brightly colored ferris wheel on the Santa Monica Pier
Los Angeles, California Known as the “City of Angels,” Los Angeles is home to a glamorous entertainment culture.


A view off the shore of East Beach in Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California Nestled between mountains and sea, Santa Barbara boasts historic architecture in a charming downtown setting.


Two women speaking with a Viking chef
Cruise the Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean, twice the size of the Atlantic, covers around one-third of the planet’s surface.


A fire dancer performing at a Luau
Oahu, Hawaii Equal parts Polynesian and American, Honolulu and the island of Oahu are lush with breathtaking natural beauty.


Aerial view of the Na Pali Valley
Kauai (Nawiliwili), Hawaii The lush vegetation and wildflowers of tropical Kauai have earned it the nickname “The Garden Island.”


The restaurant on board a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean In 1947, Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific Ocean on a balsa raft he built himself.


Palm trees and huts in Bora Bora
Bora Bora, French Polynesia Magnificent, lushly forested Bora Bora is the gem of the Society Islands.


A small church on Moorea
Moorea, French Polynesia One of the most magnificent of the Society Islands, Moorea boasts white-sand beaches, jagged peaks and primeval landscapes.


Bungalows in the lagoon at Papeete, Tahiti
Papeete, French Polynesia Tahiti is one of the world’s most visually stunning and romantic destinations.


The chefs and tables of Manfredi's restaurant on a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean is home to most of the world’s islands; they total about 25,000.


Viking Star deck, Atlantic Ocean
Cross the International Date Line Crossing the International Date Line is a time-honored travel milestone long marked by ceremony.


A pod of dolphins jump and play in the water
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean The waters of the South Pacific have been traversed by explorers for millennia.


Trees over the water on the coast of Russel, Bay of Islands
Bay of Islands, New Zealand Gateway to the more than 150 islands that comprise the Bay of Islands, Waitangi holds a central role in the history of New Zealand.


Boats on the water in front of the cityscape of Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand Rich in heritage, Auckland is the cultural capital of New Zealand’s North Island.


Aerial view of Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand Set between two glistening harbors, Auckland is known as the “City of Sails.”


Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand Nestled between the Waitemat? and Manukau Harbors, Auckland enjoys a rich boating culture.


Maori dancers in New Zealand
Rotorua, New Zealand Tauranga occupies a stunning setting between a sweeping bay and Mt. Maunganui.


Clock tower on top of a building in Napier
Napier, New Zealand Napier is a rich cultural center and gateway to a thriving wine-growing region.


Wellington Cable car
Wellington, New Zealand New Zealand’s capital of Wellington is splendidly set between mountains and sea.


A view of the Pacific Ocean off the deck of a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the Pacific Ocean When Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific Ocean, he dubbed it Mar Pacífico, meaning “peaceful sea.”


Mountains rise from the water at Milford Sound
Scenic Cruising: Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound The Milford and Doubtful Sounds are considered Fiordland National Park’s most magnificent fjords.


Cliffs of Cape Raoul
Cruise the Tasman Sea The legendary Tasman Sea lies between New Zealand and Australia.


Victoria Harbor in Hobart, Tasmania
Tasmania, Australia Tasmania is known as the “Apple Isle,” as it is one of the most prominent apple-growing areas in the world.


Phillip Island, Australia Phillip Island is home to the world’s smallest penguins, which parade back to shore each evening.


Melbourne skyline with a mix of old and new buildings across a bridge
Melbourne, Australia Capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is a vibrant cultural center.


Mamsen's restaurant on board a Viking ocean ship
Cruise the Tasman Sea The Tasman Sea was named for the Dutchman who set foot on Tasmania in the 1640s.


Twofold Bay
Eden, Australia Eden is the third-deepest natural harbor in the Southern Hemisphere.


Sydney, Australia
Sydney, Australia Spectacular Sydney is celebrated for its magnificent harbor and iconic Opera House.


Waterfront buildings, Sydney
Sydney, Australia A major cultural center of Australia, Sydney is beloved for its free-spirited nature.


Water off the coast of Coffs Harbour, Australia
Cruise the Australian Coast Australia’s East Coast lures surfers and beach lovers with its picturesque shores and dramatic waves.


Skyline of Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane, Australia Set on scenic Moreton Bay, Brisbane is a vibrant center for Australian arts and design.


The Great Barrier Reef
Cruise the Coral Sea The Coral Sea, a paradise for divers, is pure pleasure to cruise.


Whiteheaven Beach of the Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands, Australia Pure-white sands meet cerulean waters in the Whitsundays, an island paradise.


Hawksbill sea turtle swimming in the Great Barrier Reef
Cairns, Australia The seaside resort of Cairns is Australia’s gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.


Sunrise above the ocean
Cruise the Coral Sea Allied forces intercepted the Japanese during the Battle of the Coral Sea in May 1942.


FortCannon, Thursday Island
Thursday Island, Australia Picturesque Thursday Island was once home to a thriving pearl fishing industry.


Coastline of Cobourg Peninsula in Australia
Cruise the Arafura Sea The Arafura’s seabed, once a dry land bridge between continents, allowed early human migrations.


Boats on the beach of Kupang, Indonesia
Cruise the Timor Sea The shallow Timor Sea has long been traveled by Indonesia’s indigenous people.


Aerial view of Padar in Komodo National Park
Komodo, Indonesia A magnificent menagerie, Komodo Island is home to its namesake dragon.


Traditional figures in Bali, Indonesia
Bali, Indonesia Bali is known for its scenic beauty, volcanic landscapes and stunning coral reefs.


Tanah Lot rock formation off of Bali, India
Bali, Indonesia A thriving arts scene complements Bali’s lush beauty and magnificent seaside vistas.


Denpasar, Bali
Bali, Indonesia Some of Bali’s revered temples are carved from white coral harvested from the sea.


Tanjung Tinggi Beach Boulders
Cruise the Java Sea The body of water north of Bali and south of Kangean Island is rich in coral and marine life.


Borobudur temple in Java, Indonesia
Semarang, Indonesia Outside Semarang, the massive pyramidal Borobudur temple attracts countless pilgrims.


The Bali coastline with a volcano in the background
Cruise the Java Sea The waters of the Java Sea played an important role in the Allies’ naval defense during World War II.


Snow Grotto spa on Viking Star
Cruise the South China Sea The South China Sea was once called the Sea of Cham after the maritime kingdom of Champa that ruled Southeast Asia before the 16th century.


Army tank in Ho Chi Minh War Museum
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City exudes a heady mix of French and Vietnamese cultures.


Shops in Hon Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City’s wide boulevards, lined with architectural gems, are reminiscent of Paris.


The People's Committee Building of Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City’s Old Saigon area blends French colonial and Vietnamese architecture.


Palm trees on Belitung Island
Cruise the South China Sea The storied South China Sea has carried both emperors and traders.


Gold Buddha statue on Ko Samui island
Koh Samui, Thailand Koh Samui is a paradise of coconut trees, coral reefs and long sandy beaches.


Aerial view of Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park in Thailand
Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Thailand Once known as the Gulf of Siam, the Gulf of Thailand is bordered by Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.


Gardens by the Bay in Shanghai, China
Singapore, Singapore The world’s only island city-state, Singapore is a sophisticated metropolis.


Skyline of Singapore with the Merlion Fountain in the foreground
Singapore, Singapore A 63-island archipelago, Singapore boasts diverse traditions and varied cultural cuisine.


The Infinity Pool on board a Viking ocean ship
Scenic Cruising: Strait of Malacca The narrow Strait of Malacca is dotted with alluring emerald-green pulau, or islands.


Sunset at Patong Beach
Phuket, Thailand Thailand’s largest island, Phuket, is noted for its mountainous landscapes and pristine beaches.


Cruise the Andaman Sea The mangroves along the shoreline of the Andaman Sea provide shelter and homes for its marine life.


Shwedagon Pagoda
Yangon, Myanmar Vibrant Yangon boasts a lively Downtown district and stunning colonial architecture.


Women walking in front of Shwedagon Pagoda
Yangon, Myanmar The Buddhist Shwedagon Pagoda is a sacred shrine adorned with gold leaf and precious gemstones.


Karaweik Palace
Yangon, Myanmar The Temples of Bagan are one of Asia’s most impressive archaeological sites.


A wall of palm trees shades buildings on the sand at Ngapali Beach
Scenic Cruising: Bay of Bengal The waters of the Bay of Bengal, the world’s largest bay, are sacred to many Hindus.


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Colombo, Sri Lanka This island nation has long been renowned for its cinnamon and spice trade.


Throngs of people at Galle Face Beach in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Colombo, Sri Lanka Brimming with old-world British charms, Colombo is the cultural hub of Sri Lanka.


Short and tall palm treese on a strip of land surrounded by blue water and blue sky
Cruise the Laccadive Sea The Laccadive Sea is one of the world’s richest marine environments.


Boatman and palm trees in Cochin, India
Cochin, India Multicultural Cochin’s spice trade changed the face of Europe.


Beach with palm trees and rock formations
Cruise the Arabian Sea The Arabian Sea has long been an important trade route between India and the West.


Anjuna Beach of Goa, India
Goa, India Portuguese-influenced Goa is home to magnificent colonial-era architecture.


Jain temple detail
Mumbai, India Historic Mumbai enjoys a magnificent seaside setting on the Arabian Sea.


Gateway Of India
Mumbai, India Spread over seven islands, Mumbai preserves the cultural splendor of Old Bombay.


Search Results Web results Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Mumbai, India Mumbai is the heart of India’s Bollywood film industry.


A fisherman in a boat on blue water off the coast of Ras al Hadd
Cruise the Arabian Sea In the Age of Sail, all manner of spices, metals, gems and wine crossed the Arabian Sea.


Taqa fort in Salalah
Sal?lah, Oman A crossroads on the historic Frankincense Route, Sal?lah holds a rich history.


An island made of a small strip of sand and vegetation
Cruise the Red Sea The fabled waters of the Red Sea are rich in history and legend.


Aqaba Fortress in Aqaba, Jordan
Aqaba, Jordan Jordan’s only coastal city, scenic Aqaba is set amid bleached-out desert hills.


Karnak statues in Luxor
Luxor, Egypt Unearth the mysteries of Luxor, Egypt’s timeless city on the Nile River.


Sharm El-Sheikh off the coast of the Red Sea
Cruise the Gulf of Suez The Gulf of Suez embodies the northwestern arm of the Red Sea between Africa and the Sinai Peninsula.


Port Tawfik Mosque on the Suez Canal
Scenic Cruising: Suez Canal An engineering marvel, the Suez Canal is surrounded by desert sands stretching into Egypt.


Bahá'í gardens in Haifa, Israel
Haifa, Israel Seaside Haifa is one of Israel’s most important and beautiful cities.


Mount Carmel
Haifa, Israel In Haifa, Bahá’í pilgrims flock to the hanging gardens that adorn Mt. Carmel’s slopes.


Snow Grotto spa on Viking Star
Sail the Mediterranean Sea The Mediterranean Sea has borne innumerable legends and histories on storied shores.


Acropolis of Lindos on the island of Rhodes
Rhodes, Greece The lush, fertile island of Rhodes is home to Europe’s largest active medieval town.


The Temple of Hadrian at Ephesus, Turkey
Ephesus (Ku?adasi), Turkey Rich in biblical history, remarkably preserved Ephesus offers an unparalleled look into the lives of the ancients.


Courtyard of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey Long a significant center of trade, Istanbul was a major cultural crossroads along the world-famous Silk Route.


The Whirling Dervishes performing
Istanbul, Turkey Long a significant center of trade, Istanbul was a major cultural crossroads along the world-famous Silk Route.


Aerial view of a Viking ocean ship sailing the Aegean Sea
Cruise the Aegean Sea An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea is located between the Greek peninsula on the west and Asia Minor on the east.


Plaka neighborhood in Athens, Greece
Athens, Greece The legacy of ancient Greece looms large atop Athens’s Acropolis Hill.


People sitting at the Torshavn bar on board a Viking ocean ship
Sail the Mediterranean Sea The Mediterranean Sea has borne innumerable legends and histories on its storied shores.


Windmill in Trapani, Italy
Sicily, Italy Two miles from mainland Italy, Sicilian Messina is a historic cultural crossroads.


Aerial view of the bay outside of Naples, Italy
Naples, Italy The legacy of the kingdom of Naples is visible in its grand architecture.


Vatican City at night
Rome, Italy More than 2,500 years of history live in the storied streets of Rome.


Port Hercules in Monaco
Monte Carlo, Monaco Monte Carlo exudes chic, from the Prince’s Palace to the renowned Casino.


Coastal cliffs
Cruise the Balearic Sea The Balearic Sea lies between the eastern coast of Spain, the southern coast of France and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia.


Sagrada Familia
Barcelona, Spain Adorned with Gaudí’s surreal architecture, Barcelona is alive with color and whimsy.


Elche Fountain with palm trees
Murcia, Spain Murcia is celebrated for its farmland and its huertas, fertile market gardens.


Gibraltar Rock coming out of the ocean
Sail the Strait of Gibraltar The storied Strait of Gibraltar is one of Europe’s most significant waterways.


Old Town at Sunset
Lisbon, Portugal With its stunning setting on the Atlantic, Lisbon has inspired explorers for centuries.


A Viking Historian leads a discussion with Viking Guests
Sail the Atlantic Ocean Once a divider of continents, the Atlantic Ocean today brings nations together.


White cliffs of Dover, England
Scenic Sailing: English Channel The famed English Channel separates southern England from northern France.


Paris, France
Paris (Le Havre), France The elegance of Paris is legendary, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre.


White cliffs of dover dropping to the coast
Dover, England Dover faces France across the Straits of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel.


A shot with the London Eye and Big Ben on the other side of the water
London (Greenwich), England Upriver from maritime Greenwich, London bustles with lively culture and royal glamour.


Guard in a guardhouse at Buckingham Palace in London, England
London (Greenwich), England Maritime Greenwich is a gateway to historic London, seat of the British monarchy.

Pricing Terms and Conditions

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Pricing, dates, inclusions, and itinerary are subject to change without notice, and vary by departure date and cabin. Restrictions may apply. Ship are registered in: Switzerland, Germany, Portugal, Ukraine, China, Vietnam and Egypt.


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