This cruise line is offering a ‘mystery’ 10 day luxury cruise and guests don’t know the itinerary and the stops


If you’re craving a holiday but don’t wish to plan one- Uniworld Boutique River Cruises has got you covered. The cruise line has unveiled a 10-day mystery package that will take passengers around Europe in a secret spree of sorts!


As part of the tour, passengers will get to explore destinations, stops, and perks that will be a secret until the very last minute. The itinerary is detailed and is expectedly lavish; however, it provides little information for potential customers.

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While they don’t get to know where they’re going, what’s included in the package, or what to actually bring along, guests can expect special offshore excursions, gourmet meals, top-in-class entertainment, and more on the cruise.

They will be also be provided with a packing list and clues about where they’re going prior to the day of the cruise. The package costs $6,999 per person, including airfare and calls for travelers to put in a tad bit of extra trust with Uniworld.

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Commenting on it, Uniworld’s President & CEO Ellen Bettridge said, “At Uniworld, our guests never cease to amaze us with their incredible support and loyalty. They put their faith in us time and time again, so we decided to have some fun creating a one-of-a-kind Mystery Cruise with all new experiences that have never been included in Uniworld journeys before.”

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She further added, “It’s an incredible bucket list trip full of surprises for those that love the thrill of adventure; the biggest surprise being the itinerary reveal that will only happen when our guests are already on their way to the airport.”

Uniworld’s ‘Mystery Cruise’ will set sail on June 12, 2022, for a 10-day voyage throughout Europe. Fancy boarding it?

[Via: The Independent]

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