This year, with Coronavirus wrecking havoc, travel is the last thing on our priority list to avoid getting infected with the virus. And, in such a scenario, a cruise will just not find a mention in your thoughts, and the reason is obvious. However, it will not act as a hindrance for this one 136-day cruise from embarking in its journey around the world next year.

Reportedly, the Viking World Cruise is scheduled to set sail on December 24, 2021, and will be cruising the seas for a whopping 136 days. The ship will be visiting 27 countries and 56 ports during this epic journey, and will be making overnight stays in 11 cities.

If you are unable to get 136 days of Paid Time Off (PTO), they have got you covered. In such a scenario, one can go for the shorter route, i.e., the 119-day route. This said trip will be flagged off from Los Angeles and will be making stops in 22 countries and 29 ports before ending in London. Further, if you are able to manage another few days for the trip, you can also choose to stay onboard for additional three days, and end your journey in Bergen, Norway.

This 136-day cruise will set sail in 2021, and will take you to 27 countries

Passengers onboard will have all the amenities they can think of to spend their holiday in leisure. Further, to ensure that one gets to know all about the destination in which they are making the said stops, Viking Cruises will organise entertainment and lecture sessions, including an educational program which will be hosted by experts.

Around 930 passengers can accommodate in the cruise and ticket prices start from $49995 per person, whereas the shorter version will cost you $45995 per person.

Well, things will hopefully get better in the coming days, and we will be able resume our travel soon. If you are looking forward to those days and fantasize travelling around the world on a cruise, you can visit their official website and get yourself a ticket.

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