The new winter programme from Aida Cruises runs from October 2023 to April 2024 and offers cruises in the Caribbean, the Orient, Asia, around South Africa and Europe as well as a world cruise. The booking launch for travel agencies has already taken place.
AIDAcosma, the newest ship in the fleet, will offer two different Arabian Gulf itineraries, while two ships will sail Asia and three the Caribbean during winter 2023/24.
The AIDAbella and AIDAblu will both be in Asia.
The AIDAblu will offer voyages in the Indian Ocean with stops in Mauritius, Seychelles, La Reunión and Madagascar while the AIDAbella sets course for destinations in Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore. In addition, three new 21-day Selection voyages from Bangkok/ Laem Chabang are available
AIDAdiva, AIDAluna and AIDAperla are scheduled for the Caribbean. Destinations include the A-B-C islands, Costa Rica, Panama and Mexico. AIDAdiva will offer alternating routes to Mexico and Belize as well as the Lesser Antilles. For the first time, embarkation will be possible at three ports: La Romana, Montego Bay and Martinique's Fort-de-France.
Travelers who want to avoid long flights may be interested in AIDAmar's 'Great Winter Break Caribbean' itinerary, a 43-day voyage from Hamburg to the Caribbean and back. New Year' s Eve will be spent at Bermuda.
The long-haul winter program is rounded off with voyages to South Africa, and for the first time with two ships. The AIDAaura and AIDAvita will sail 14-day Selection voyages to South Africa & Namibia. With AIDAvita, a 12-day Africa cruise with the highlight destination Mozambique is also offered.
On the medium-haul route, AIDA Cruises offers sun-seekers a variety of cruises around the Canary Islands and to Madeira as well as the Azores in winter 2023/2024.
Rome, Florence or Barcelona can be experienced in the winter months without the hustle and bustle of the high season. AIDAprima will sail to the Mediterranean from November 2023 to February 2024.