Itinerary Highlights

  • Experience Los Angeles in all its glory - don’t miss the designer shops of Beverly Hills!
  • Cruise the Pacific Northwest from Vancouver and Oregon to Russia and Tokyo via Alaska
  • Witness the beautiful colours of the autumn foliage in Aomori, Japan
  • Finish in vibrant Tokyo including a trip to Mount Fuji, returning on the Bullet Train


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25 nights from £9,549 per person
25 September 2022 - 21 October 2022
These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options
The Inspiring Travel Company Team
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Nothing could be more cinematic than departing from the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles, making your way through some of the world’s most dramatic ocean scenery, before arriving in the incredible city of Tokyo.

Oceania Cruises invites you on the adventure of a lifetime aboard the luxuriously refurbished Oceania Regatta. After a few days soaking up the sun in Los Angeles, you’ll take to the storied Pacific Ocean and head north, towards the frozen majesty of Alaska. The contrast between California and Alaska could not be starker, while the variety of excursions that are available in both locations ensures that there is something to do for everyone.

After passing over the International Date Line, you’ll start to close in on your final destination, Japan. The bright lights and stunning skyline of Tokyo provide a warm welcome and a breathtaking introduction to a truly unique culture. With a few days following your cruise to explore Japan and visit Mount Fuji, this itinerary leaves no stone unturned.

Don’t forget, our Travel Specialists can tailor-make any part of your cruise, so do contact us if you would like your own bespoke arrangements.


Start your journey with a flight to the home of the stars, Los Angeles. Staying in luxury accommodation, you’ll be able to explore the city at leisure before you board the ship and begin the cruise.
Unwind on the world-famous coast of Malibu, Venice Beach and Long Beach. Or, perhaps take in the chic atmosphere of Beverly Hills and enjoy some amazing shopping or dining. Be on the lookout for celebrities in some of the more luxurious establishments.
Soak up the sun during your last morning in Los Angeles before transferring to the port and embarking. From the stunning chandeliers in the Grand Dining Room to the lavish suites and casino, the refurbished Oceania Regatta is the ultimate luxury on the sea.
Spend a couple of days cruising the majestic Pacific Ocean and enjoying the incredible facilities aboard Oceania Regatta. Relax in suites or staterooms that have been refreshed with an elegant colour palette of soft sea tones.
The oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria was established in 1811. The city is known as the "Little San Francisco of the Pacific Northwest" because of the colourful Victorian homes clinging to its steep hills.
For some home-away-from-home, western Canada's oldest city, Victoria, has a proud British seafaring heritage. It’s evident in its focus on the ocean and British architecture, plus there's even a Royal London Wax Museum containing likenesses of King Henry VIII and Winston Churchill.
Vancouver gives you the choice of dipping into nature or enjoying the best that a modern city has to offer. History flourishes in the Gastown district, which borders vibrant Chinatown. Or, enjoy a break from the bustle in Stanley Park, one of North America's largest urban parks.
This route was once only accessible to adventurers and explorers. Follow in their footsteps as you cruise through stunning scenery that consists of 1,000 islands, bays, and fjords. Alaska’s Inside Passage is one of the most spectacular maritime voyages anywhere in the world.
Totem poles are one of Ketchikan's chief attractions, and the best places to view them are Saxman Village and Totem Bight State Park. Drop by the Southeast Alaska Discovery Centre to learn more about the local cultures and ecosystems.
Sitka has a rich and fascinating history. Many of its attractions are on the National Register of Historic Places, including Castle Hill and Building 29, a structure built by the Russians in 1835. There is also the Sheldon Jackson Museum, that exhibits one of Alaska's oldest native culture collections.
The Hubbard Glacier is among the more breathtaking natural sights in the entire Pacific Ocean. North America's largest tidewater glacier is over 120km long, 11km wide and is home to otherworldly sights and unique wildlife.
Established as a secret military outpost during World War II, Whittier now attracts visitors for its unspoiled glaciers and wilderness. Glacier cruises along Prince William Sound make for a memorable afternoon. You’ll see sheer fjords, seaside mountains and calving tidal glaciers.
The tiny village of Kodiak is famed for its enchanting natural beauty. The small island is a patchwork of flora that includes wildflowers, moss-laden spruce, Pacific red elder trees and blueberries. You might even see brown bears feasting on the fruit!
A day at sea is the perfect time to explore the elegant charm of Oceania Regatta. The flagship of Oceania’s fleet, you’ll be surrounded by luxury design in every space. Guest areas are finished with the finest teak, custom stone and tile work and neo-classical furnishings.
Dutch Harbor is a place of historical significance and stunning natural beauty. Walk in the footsteps of the indigenous tribes by following trails established thousands of years ago. The paths take you through swaths of wildflowers, dotting green valleys from which rise towering volcanic peaks.
There is something uniquely thrilling about crossing over the International Date Line by ship. It seems to connect you to so many maritime adventurers from a bygone age. Luckily for you, Oceania Regatta is far more comfortable than the sailing ships of old!
Accessible only by air or sea, the remote city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is surrounded by what UNESCO describes as ‘one of the most outstanding volcanic regions in the world’. Admire the landscapes on a cruise through the bay, an ATV excursion, or a helicopter ride through the clouds.
Oceania Regatta offers every luxury you could possibly imagine, including a range of leisure and activity options. The ship features four unique restaurants, the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, eight lounges and bars, and even a casino.
Otaru is a charming canal lined destination with early 20th century brick and stone buildings, along with plenty of museums and restaurants. Sapporo, only 30-minutes by train from Otaru, is the 5th largest city in Japan and, likewise, offers a sought-after food scene.
The port in Aomori is dominated by Aomori Bay Bridge, which offers great views of both the city and the harbour. After exploring the many authentic museums and markets, relax at the caldera lakes and natural hot springs in the lush countryside.
Ishinomori is known for the 260 pine-covered islands in Matsushima Bay. Discover the best views of the islands with a ferry cruise. Or, take Manga Road, lined with characters from the work of prominent manga artist, Shotaro Ishinomori, to the spaceship-like Ishinomori Manga Museum.
Visit the celebrated 12th century temple of Shiramizu Amidado, explore the impressive Abukumado Cave or spend the day at Spa Resort Hawaiians – a unique resort with a Hawaiian theme where you can enjoy the hot springs, Hawaiian dance performances and even take a hula lesson.
Immerse yourself into the neon lit metropolis of Tokyo. There is incredible shopping, unique history and culture, as well as a thriving arts scene showing both traditional and contemporary shows. After some exploration, visit the Tokyo Imperial Palace's East Garden and soak up the serenity.
Disembark and take a private transfer to The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo for a three-night post-cruise hotel stay. The hotel is one of the finest in the city and is found on the 45th level of Midtown Tower, one of the city’s tallest buildings. In the rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows perfectly frame the skyline.
Enjoy a day at leisure exploring the incredible food scene in Tokyo. You’ll find an array of flavours in both the authentic food markets and the numerous Michelin-starred restaurants. Spend the evening in the bright, active Ginza District, where the night comes alive.
Leave the city behind as you journey to Hakone, the gateway to Mount Fuji and its surrounding national park. With a local guide, you’ll take some time to explore the old town area on the lake shore. For some stunning views, you’ll glide across Lake Ashi in a stylish cruise boat, before making your way to the ropeway to reach the summit of Mount Komagatake. Take a Shinkansen Bullet Train back to Tokyo for the night.
Say goodbye to the one-of-a-kind culture of Tokyo. Take a private transfer to Tokyo International Airport and board your overnight return flight to London.


These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options

Los Angeles to Tokyo Pacific Passage

25 nights from £9,549 per person
25 September 2022 - 21 October 2022
These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options
The Inspiring Travel Company Team
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