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South African coastal voyage

from £3,300 per person
Available Nov-Mar

South African coastal voyage

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At a Glance

What’s included

  • Return flights from London (other airports available)
  • 1 night pre-cruise stay in 4* hotel, Cape Town (5* option available)
  • 12 night boutique cruise of South Africa, full board inc drinks, gratuities, laundry, extended time in port
  • Complimentary upgrade to Balcony stateroom +$500 on-board credit
  • All non-UK private transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • 100% financial protection
  • Personal service from your dedicated travel professional

Longer 18 & 21 night sailings are also available
Ask about Fly-cruise, land and extensive activity packages
*subject to offer availability

Begin and end your journey in the vibrant city of Cape Town, meandering its cosmopolitan streets tucked beneath Table Mountain, before setting sail along South Africa’s coast.

This 15-night package, with stays in Cape Town before and after your voyage, offers an unrivaled opportunity to experience the expansive coast of South Africa from the comforts of your boutique ship ‘home’.

Discover storied history in Port Elizabeth, on the Donkin Heritage Trail and Addo Elephant National Park.Visit the town of East London and uncover the white-sand beaches and dunes of the Sunshine and Wild Coasts.

Arrive in Maputo, Mozambique, with its Old Town colonial-era architecture. In Richards Bay, go on safari at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park, home to Africa’s “big five” animals and the largest white rhino population on Earth.

Next, it’s off to Durban, where you can relax on the sandy Golden Mile, or go on a tour of traditional Zulu homesteads, before returning to Cape Town.

With a total of 3 nights here, you’ll have plenty of time to explore this capital city set on two oceans. Learn about Cape Town’s past and apartheid history, enjoy countless outdoor adventures from mountain peaks to rugged coasts, and sip your way around the world-renowned Cape Winelands.