The Exotics Edition: Save Up to $4,500 Per Guest on Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Look for the "Big Five" (including elephants) is a popular activity for Regent Seven Seas Cruises' guests on a cruise that calls at South African ports. Photo courtesy of Tourism South Africa.

In a sizzling new offer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched, “The Exotics Edition,” delivering a savings of up to $4,500 per guest on cruise fares. It’s applicable for travel on the ultra-luxury line’s exotic 2024 and 2025 voyages for bookings made by June 30, 2024.

So, chat with your personal travel planner about this great way to indulge in the all-inclusive Regent experience for less. This exclusive offer is available on 35 voyages of 10 to 25 nights.

Specifically, these cruises travel to Asia, Africa, the Arabian region, South Pacific, Australia, New Zealand and South America. To give a range of the destinations, qualifying voyages might call at Papeete, French Polynesia; Tokyo, Japan; Cape Town, South Africa; or Montevideo, Uruguay.

(Photo above shows travelers encountering a wild elephant on safari. Photo courtesy of Tourism South Africa.)

“The Exotics Edition” savings are available onboard Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Splendor, and Seven Seas Voyager. 

Exotics Edition: Which Ships and Suites Qualify?

So, what categories of suites are eligible for “The Exotics Edition” savings? Here’s a bit more about that.

  • Savings are available on Veranda Suites up to Concierge Suites on exotic voyages of Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Splendor.
  • Guests can also receive this offer for Veranda Suites up to Penthouse Suites on Seven Seas Voyager’s exotic sailings.


Sound-and-light show at Hong Kong. Photo by Susan J. Young.
(Exotic Hong Kong is among the ports visited on some Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ voyages. Guests can watch the city’s sound-and-light show from Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. Photo by Susan J. Young.)

“At Regent Seven Seas Cruises, we pride ourselves on offering our guests immersive and culturally enlightening itineraries,” says Andrea DeMarco, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “That’s why we are thrilled to unveil ‘The Exotics Edition.'”

DeMarco continues: “With business-class flights, unlimited free shore excursions, specialty dining, premium beverages and much more included in the fare, a Regent voyage is the perfect way for travelers to create unforgettable memories in these bucket-list-worthy destinations.”

Maybe you have one or two exotic bucket-list destinations you can’t wait to explore. These savings may provide an added incentive. Also, check out our previous blog about how to turn the bucket-list wishing into reality. 

Need a travel advisor to discuss the details and handle the booking nitty-gritty? Then contact Pavlus Travel (see contact information below). You’ll find out just how much added value a personal travel planner can provide for your vacation experience.

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