This 155-day Luxury Cruise Will Travel to 35 Countries and All 7 New Wonders of the World

There are 55 late nights or overnights for extended excursions.

<p>Courtesy of Azamara</p>

Courtesy of Azamara

If you're looking to visit all seven new wonders of the world, this Azamara world cruise is the itinerary for you. Departing on Jan. 6, 2026, the 155-day cruise will include either late nights or overnights at Chichen Itza in Mexico, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil, the Taj Mahal in India, Machu Picchu in Peru, the Colosseum in Italy, the Great Wall of China, and Petra in Jordan.

Of course, those aren't the only stops on this voyage: the ship visits 36 countries with a total of 55 late nights or overnights at ports of call. The adventure begins in Miami, taking guests south through the Panama Canal before cruising along South America's west coast. Then it's time to tackle the Pacific, heading to Easter Island and French Polynesia before continuing even further south to New Zealand and Australia.

Next up is Asia, including Vietnam and Thailand, followed by India en route to the Middle East. Sailing through the Suez Canal, the ship begins its final leg in the Mediterranean, visiting countries like Greece, Italy, and Monaco. Finally, the trip concludes in Barcelona.

While the sailing can be booked in segments — there are 10 in all — if you book the full world cruise, you receive extra benefits valued at $22,000. Some of those perks include a $3,000 credit for shore excursions, a premium beverage package for two, and weekly laundry service.

"We are thrilled to welcome our world cruisers on this journey of a lifetime," Carol Cabezas, president of Azamara, said in a statement provided to Travel + Leisure. "Our 2026 World Cruise offers our guests the unique opportunity to uncover a new perspective on a wide variety of cultures and visit all seven wonders of the world, while enjoying some of the most exclusive and specially curated events throughout this exciting itinerary."

Rates start at $38,999 per person and you can book now at

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