Pullmantur Introduces Winter Escapes

   October 14, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Throughout the winter, Pullmantur will operate a series of cruises to some of the world's most beautiful regions, including new and never visited destinations. The itineraries offer a chance to escape the cold winter between November and February, and enjoy the sun along with a unique all-inclusive cruise experience. 

Pullmantur Sovereign cruise ship

  • Arabia: 2018 is the first in which Pullmantur is operating cruises within Arabian Peninsula. Departing from port of Dubai, the 7-night roundtrips offer a chance to call at a range of coastal port towns and cities within the area. Passengers are able to see 16th century forts in Muscat and relax on the beaches of Fujairah. Another chance is to explore Abu Dhabi, popular with its shopping malls and Sheikh Zayed Mosque.
  • Brazil (Atlantic Crossing): Pullmantur guests can embark on a trip to South America from Barcelona with opportunities to dock in the Canaries and Cape Verde prior to reaching port of Recife, often referred to as ‘Venice of Brazil’, with its tropical beach resort.
  • Canary Islands: The Canary Islands provide perfect break during the winter months, with an abundance of golden beaches, charming settlements and natural landmarks. Setting off from port of Tenerife, guests will be able to enjoy Gran Canaria, La Palma and Lanzarote. There will also be able to visit Madeira and Agadir.
  • Caribbean: Departing from Colon, which offers a chance to see Panama Canal, guests are able to enjoy Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Costa Rica prior to returning to Panama.

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