On her World Cruise between October 28, 2019-February 22, 2020, AIDAaura is due to sail to 41 ports in 17 different countries. In addition to Australia, highlights also include New Zealand, southern Africa, Tierra del Fuego, Rio de Janeiro, Tahiti, Mauritius, Bora Bora, and other exciting destinations.
Some gems are to be visited for the first time in AIDA Cruises history – Cook Islands in the middle of Pacific, 3 new ports in New Zealand, Esperance and Kangaroo Island in Australia, Maputo (Mozambique), East London (South Africa).
The duration of AIDAaura world cruise stages varies between 34-48 days and passengers can, for example, sail from Hamburg to San Antonio (35 days), San Antonio to Mauritius (48 days), Mauritius to Hamburg (34 days).
The stages can be booked starting from EUR 4,695 per person (including EUR 700 Early Saver Plus discount for bookings made by May 31, 2019).
- "Natural wonders at the end of the world" Hamburg to San Antonio (Oct 28 - Dec 2, 2019) The first stage includes Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, along with Glacier Alley in Patagonia and the coast of Tierra del Fuego which is the southern end of the world. An excursion to Iguacu Falls, one of the world’s largest waterfalls, is also included.
- "Heavenly beaches as far as the eye can see" San Antonio to Mauritius (Dec 2, 2019 - Jan 19, 2020) Passengers can experience South Sea paradises, Tahiti Bora Bora, Cook Islands and 3 ports in New Zealand that are a new addition to the program of the company. AIDAaura docks in Australia 5 times, including the New Year’s Eve in Sydney. And then sails across the Indian Ocean to Mauritius, which is the final island of the stage.
- "Magical Africa" Mauritius to Hamburg (Jan 19 - Feb 22, 2020) The 3rd stage takes vacationers from Mauritius to La Reunion, Maputo, and Cape Town. The trip continues along Africa's western coast with a visit to Luderitz and Dakar. On her way to Europe, AIDAaura passes the largest of the Canaries, Tenerife and then heads for Lisbon and Paris. The cruise ends at Port of Hamburg.