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Cruises to go to the most remote corners of the world

Holidays in stately national parks throughout the United States, in the charming cities of Europe or on the pristine beaches of the Caribbean Sea can be exciting and relaxing, but sometimes you want to plan something a little different. Writes about this Travel and Leisure.

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This is where the cruise comes in handy, thanks to which it is not only possible, but almost effortlessly you can go to the most remote corners of the world. On board, you can enjoy luxurious amenities such as champagne, butler service and Wi-Fi on some ships, and at the same time, it will be easier to explore places that are as far away as the North Pole itself.

Spend hours chatting with king penguins in the Falkland Islands, stand under the tall and mysterious statues of Easter Island and walk through the rainforest by the Amazon River before spending an evening with a glass of wine, watching the world go by the ship deck.

Greenland

A visit to the world's largest island will put you face to face with tall icebergs and immerse you in Inuit culture. Greenland, an autonomous territory of Denmark, has a population of just over 56. While flights to the island can be difficult and expensive, a cruise is a great option to get there and see several cities in one trip.

Cruise: Celebrity Cruises Iceland & Greenland Cruise; 14 NIGHTS.

Cost: from $ 2869 per person.

Ship: Celebrity Summit

Vessel capacity: 2218 people

What you will like: take a boat trip or visit the hot spring in Cacortoca, the largest city in the south of Greenland, before taking a walk along the Prince Christian Sound, where you can see sheep farms and ice fjords. The cruise departs from New Jersey and ends in Dublin, en route following Canada and Iceland. On board, enjoy vodka and caviar at Martini Bar and enjoy dishes such as cold smoked salmon roll with cucumber salad and cream cheese with herbs.

Antarctica

The Seventh Continent is one of the most pristine places on earth, governed by an international treaty on the use of Antarctica for scientific purposes. Commercial tourist vessels that sail to the continent are certified by the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators (IAATO), which promotes sustainable travel to the area. And while a cruise to Antarctica is often one of the most expensive vacation options in the entire world, nothing beats visiting a wild penguin colony or watching a fur seal.

Cruise: Silversea Ushuaia to Ushuaia; 10 days

Cost: from $ 13 140 per person

Ship: Silver Cloud

Vessel capacity: 254 persons

What you will like: Explore the remoteness of Antarctica with excursions and lectures from experts. On board there is almost one crew member for each guest and butler in each suite, and champagne on the ship and unlimited free Wi-Fi will provide the opportunity to observe animals and upload photos from the rest to social networks.

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Falkland Islands

In the Falkland Islands, British territory east of Argentina, there are only about 2560 people. Visit king penguins along the beach and marvel at their magnificent growth and awkward charm. There you can also see Gentoo and Magellanic penguins.

Cruise: Norwegian Cruise Line 14-Day South America from Santiago, 14 days

Cost: from $ 804 per person

Ship: Norwegian Star

Vessel capacity: 2348 people

What you will like: This cruise offers the best overview of penguins in the Falkland Islands. Admire the beaches and green of the Falkland Islands, looking for all kinds of penguins, perhaps the cutest animals in the world. On board 14 are various restaurants and 9 bars and lounges, which means that you will never have to eat the same thing twice, and you will never be bored at the casino.

Easter Island

Rapa Nui, the root name for Easter Island, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. The large sculptures that dominate the landscape of Easter Island were built between the 10th and 16th centuries by a Polynesian society. The island is about 2000 miles (3218 km) west of South America and the only way to get there (other than a cruise) is by flying - Chilean airline LATAM is the only airline that flies there.

Cruise: Princess Cruises World Cruise Segment - New York to Sydney; 36 days

Cost: from $ 5 779 per person

Ship: Sea Princess

Vessel capacity: 2000 people

What you will like: take a closer look at the moai and enjoy a traditional Polynesian feast, including dishes cooked on a stone heated by hot lava stones. While watching a movie under the stars on a ship, try fresh popcorn or milk with cookies.

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Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are an ideal place to explore wildlife. This is a paradise for nature lovers who inspired Charles Darwin to the theory of natural selection. Galapagos National Park limits the number of tourist ships that can be near the island to minimize environmental impact and avoid overcrowding: most vessels carry less than 20 passengers.

Cruise: Quasar expeditions; 8 days

Cost: from $ 6 900 per person

Ship: M / Y Grace

Vessel capacity: 16 people

What you will like: Grace Kelly chose this ship for her royal honeymoon with Prince of Monaco Rainier III, and you can feel like a royal person, or follow the path of Darwin through the Galapagos Islands, from the island of San Cristobal to the island of Baltra. Go kayaking and snorkelling in the pristine, crystal clear waters, and then relax on board in your beautifully equipped cabin with stunning views.

Myanmar

In 2011, Myanmar began to abandon its many years of isolationist policies. Although the history of Myanmar is as complex as the country is beautiful, a trip to this interesting country can deepen your understanding of its complexities.

Cruise: Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours Luxury Irrawaddy; 11 days

Cost: from $ 5 895 per person

Ship: Scenic Aura

Vessel capacity: 44 persons

What you will like: get on deck and have a cocktail, floating up the river in Bagan, admiring the thousands of temples and stupas of the 11-13 centuries that dot the landscape. Enjoy a butler service for all guests on board and a crew-to-guest ratio of almost 1 to 1.

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Amazon river

The winding Amazon River flows through large sections of South America and is one of the longest rivers on earth. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, about one sixth of all fresh water that flows into the oceans passes through the Amazon. With its source in the Peruvian Andes, the diverse wildlife and river ecosystem are best perceived by boat, making the cruise an ideal voyage.

Cruise: National Geographic Expeditions Upper Amazon; 10 days

Cost: from $ 7,290 per person

Ship: Delfin II

Vessel capacity: 28 people

What you will like: go in search of monkeys and sloths on this cruise on small boats, strolling through the dense and humid rainforest. Discover edible fruits in the jungle, learn about the healing properties of plants. Back on board, relax in one of the 14 suites with large panoramic windows.

North Pole

The North Pole is almost the most remote place you could ever travel to, and the journey is not easy. Thick layers of ice mean that only certain ships can get there, and the weather makes travel unpredictable.

Cruise: Quark Expeditions North Pole: The Ultimate Arctic Adventure; 14 days

Cost: from $ 30 995 per person

Ship: 50 Years of Victory

Vessel capacity: 128 people

What you will like: stand on top of the world and drink champagne in one of the most remote places on Earth. Fly a helicopter to see walruses, seals and polar bears. The ship is able to break through the ice up to 9,2 feet thick (2,8 m), and despite the fact that the housing is basic, it has a library and an all-inclusive program.

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