Highlights from 21 days of adventure on Swan Hellenic’s SH Diana expedition cruise ship, in Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti and Socotra.
Less Travelled Places
A 21-day expedition cruise from the Suez Canal to the Indian Ocean is an opportunity to see less-travelled places and embrace new adventures.
For women, the benefits of small ship travel include sustainability, access to less-travelled places and a more personalized experience that includes safety and hygiene.
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