Cruise line Azamara is set to launch its AzAmazing Celebrations, an enhanced, multi-layered experience of its signature AzAmazing Evenings that bring cultural immersion onboard and on land by night and day.
Azamara’s AzAmazing Celebrations will now include the return of Azamara’s signature AzAmazing Evenings, a chance to soak up the destination by night with immersive programming in historic venues that provide access to art, music, and dance; AzAmazing Days, a new shoreside event where guests can uncover the hidden gems each unique port has to offer by day through local musicians, food and wine, and entertainment; and Destination Celebrations, events that bring the traditions and heritage of the destination to life onboard through live cultural performances and local cuisine.
Exclusive to Azamara and offered complimentary on most sailings of seven nights or longer, AzAmazing Celebrations are unique to each location and feature local, authentic talent and performances, which are often hosted in historic venues, including Ephesus in Kusadasi, Turkey, and St. George’s Hall in Liverpool, England. In 2023, travellers can dive even deeper into local life as guests walk, talk, and eat alongside locals, discovering the path less travelled and uncovering what each destination means to its inhabitants through AzAmazing Day events.
These enhanced experiences can also be enjoyed onboard through Destination Celebrations, bringing the ship to life with the local people and culture, ensuring the destination immersion experience never stops. This special programming brings each destination to life, both onboard and off, in a way travellers can only experience with Azamara.
Highlights of Azamara’s New 2023 AzAmazing Celebrations include Nights in Arabia in Aqaba, Jordan, where guests can immerse their senses in the Jordanian heritage and culture under a star-studded evening on the lawns of the luxurious Ayla Golf Resort; Day of Dancing in Mahon in Spain, where guests can enjoy a welcome by lively Menorcan dancers in traditional dresses and a tour of historic fortress La Mola; and African Inspired Evening at the Station in Durban, South Africa, where travellers can explore the culture of South Africa’s largest ethnic group, the South African Zulu tribe.