Whatever inspires your journey, a Grand Voyage invites you to truly connect with each destination, not merely observe. More ports. Longer stays. Luxurious overnights ashore. Experience more of everything on a Grand Voyage—from world capitals to iconic landmarks to hidden gems. These longer cruises let travelers truly immerse themselves in both days at sea and ports of call.

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What Makes a Grand Voyage Grand?

Inspiring Days, Enchanting Nights

After days of exploring - both in port and on board through our Explorations Central (EXC®) programming - enjoy the best live music at sea, with your choice of exciting entertainment options.

A Gracious Home at Sea

With nearly one crew member for every two guests, service is warm and attentive. Over the course of the voyage, guests and crew become a community at sea and your spacious stateroom becomes a home.

Your Culinary Passport

If you have a passion for cuisine, you'll love the variety in dining experiences aboard a Holland America Line Grand Voyage. No cruise line is more commited to culinary excellence.

Legendary Voyages: Cruises Designed with Explorers in Mind

Incan Empires (28-35 day)

Explore Mexico's incredible marine life in the Sea of Cortez, Peru's vast Inca treasures and Costa Rica's amazing biodiversity. Spend the night in Callao (Lima) and enjoy a taste of Peruvian cuisine thanks to our partnership with FOOD&WINE, or find yourself on an overland adventure to the Lost City of the Incas - Machu Picchu.

Voyage of the Americas

Cruise around the Americas, pausing to take in stunning landscapes from Patagonia to the Chilean Fjords and the rich Incan and Mayan legacies of Peru and Guatemala. Along the way, an extended stay in Rio de Janeiro and an overnight in Buenos Aires allow for more in-depth exploration in the two fascinating cities.

30-Day Amazon Explorer

Follow the mysterious Amazon a thousand miles inland to an exceptional overnight in Manaus. Snorkel the crystalline waters of charming Dutch Aruba. Fish for piranha in Santarem and visit the stunning butterfly conservatory from Key West.

Australian Circumnavigation

Experience Australia from the cosmopolitan delights of Sydney and Melbourne to the Great Barrier Reef and wild Northern Territory. This cruise takes you deeper into local culture and offers optional outings on Holland America Line's own fleet of Zodiacs.

Hawaii, Tahiti and Marquesas

Roam the magical islands of the South Pacific discovering friendly islanders, luminous lagoons and a blissful climate where good times are always in season. Watch for humpback whales in Lahaina. Make a rare visit to Christmas Island. Enjoy an optional over-water dining experience in Papeete in partnership with FOOD & WINE.

Tales of the South Pacific

Discover the colorful Polynesian cultures of Hawaii and Samoa on this immersive exploration of the South Pacific. Watch Fijian firewalkers stride over hot coals and see Bora-Bora's lagoon turn red at sunset. Spend a blissful day on Dravuni Island, where the palm shadows on the sand are the only clock you need.

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Featured Ports

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Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town's spectacular setting on Table Bay seldom fails to take one's breath away, whether you are a local or a visitor. If Johannesburg is South Africa's New York, this port city of four million, settled by traders from the Dutch East India Company in 1652, is its San Francisco. With a rich array of restaurants, galleries, vineyards and countless beaches, as well as a Mediterranean climate, life on the Cape Peninsula, which stretches for some 70 kilometers (43 miles) from downtown to the most southerly point, Cape Point, is genteel and all about good, healthy living and staying outdoors as much as possible.

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Tauranga (Rotorua), New Zealand

The curved shoreline of the Bay of Plenty—known in Maori as Te Moana-a-Toi—is home to incredible surfing, white-sand beaches and New Zealand's only active marine volcano. Tauranga, with 130,000 residents, is the largest city on the Bay of Plenty and fifth largest in New Zealand. The city offers visitors a number of water-focused activities, like sailing and kayaking, as well as drier alternatives such as shopping and people-watching at a café in the Historic Village. Tauranga is also a great jumping-off point for exploring nearby beaches and Te Puke, the kiwifruit capital of the world, as well as a wealth of Maori cultural sites.

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Sydney, Australia

If you want a snapshot of Australia's appeal, look no further than Sydney: The idyllic lifestyle, friendly locals and drop-dead natural beauty of this approachable metropolis and its attractions explain why the country tops so many travelers' wish lists. The famed harbor is among the top sights—home to twin icons the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, it is the stepping-off point for some of the city's best cultural attractions and sightseeing. But Sydney is more than just the embodiment of classic antipodean cool—the city is in a constant state of evolution.

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Phuket, Thailand

Thailand's largest island sits just off the country’s west coast, in the glittering Andaman Sea. Phuket offers both cultural attractions and natural beauty. The influence of European and Chinese traders is best seen in the architecture of Old Phuket Town, where former mansions have become hotels, restaurants, cafés and shops. Outside the island’s main city, travelers will find a tropical paradise, with gorgeous white-sand beaches and warm, crystal-clear waters where visitors come to swim, snorkel and scuba dive. One of the prettiest places to take a dip is Phang Nga Bay while the Big Buddha and Chalong Highlands are popular sights.

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

Scarred by decades of civil war, Sri Lanka and its commercial capital, Colombo, are relatively new to modern-day tourism.  But Colombo has been a crucial trading post for more than 2,000 years. The city rose to prominence as Sri Lanka's most important port town in the 16th century with the arrival of Portuguese fleets. After a period under Dutch rule, Ceylon—as Sri Lanka was then called—became part of the British Empire in 1802. Sri Lanka gained independence in 1948, but the country experienced intense unrest from 1983 until 2009, when Sri Lanka's civil war finally came to an end.

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Benoa (Denpasar), Bali, Indonesia

Indonesia is made up of more than 13,000 islands, but even with all that competition, Bali manages to stand out. Beautiful temples and shrines of all sizes are spread across the island, tucked down narrow alleyways, hidden within the jungle or serenely presiding over scenic locations, like the dramatic Pura Tanah Lot atop a rock formation just off Bali’s western coast. The island is well known for its arts—traditional music and dance, painting, wood and stone carvings, silver jewelry and ikat and batik textiles. The island’s artistic center is the village of Ubud, and its art markets and boutiques carry beautiful Balinese pieces to take home.

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