New Exclusive Condé Nast Traveler Collaboration

Oceania Cruises and Condé Nast Traveler are teaming up on a new exclusive collaboration bringing you itineraries curated by the magazine’s dedicated editors. Condé Nast Traveler editors have handpicked their favorite ports on select 2025 and 2026 itineraries and are sharing insider knowledge on what to see, eat, and experience. Whether you have eight or 48 hours in port, these exclusive editors’ tips and insights will help you make the most of every minute: how to dine at India’s best restaurants, where to find the freshest lobster in St. Barts, the most beautiful libraries in Rio de Janeiro, and where to sip on local spirits in Cairns, Australia. It’s a match made in travel heaven — taking you to the most compelling places on earth with recommendations from the people who know them best.

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Gustavia, St. Barts — Savor Fresh Lobster at La Langouste

Flamands Bay’s tucked-away La Langouste is worth the walk down the beach. The Creole-accented menu features local spiny lobster grilled fresh and served alongside Chef Michel Lefèvre’s signature sauces. Deemed the best lobster on the island by locals, the casual beachside restaurant is a go-to for lunch.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates — Spend an Evening Amid the Dunes

Dubai originated from the desert with the dunes being minutes from the skyscrapers. Enjoy the sunset at Nara Camp, just 45 minutes from the port. Take a camel out for a spin, try your hand at archery, and watch a thrilling fire show before settling in for a three-course dinner with global flair.

Bueno Aires, Argentina — Enjoy an Art-Fueled Lunch

Just a short walk from the port, La Carnicería is near the Andalusian Gardens at the Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernández Blanco — which means your al fresco lunch includes towering palms and birdsong. The museum’s impressive collection spans neo-viceregal silver and cusqueño works.