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Africa Cruise - Cape Town to South Africa, Namibia, and Mozambique aboard Seven Seas Splendor

7.785€ 9.144€ 15% off

About this cruise

Embarque em uma aventura de cruzeiro de 16 dias na África, partindo de Cape Town a bordo do navio Seven Seas Splendor. Durante sua jornada, você terá a oportunidade de explorar vários destinos cativantes na África do Sul, Namíbia e Moçambique.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (7.785€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
06/12/2024 - 21/12/2024 - - - 18.290€
21/12/2024 - 05/01/2025 - - - 15.570€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
06/12/2024 - 21/12/2024 - - - 18.290€
21/12/2024 - 05/01/2025 - - - 15.570€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
06/12/2024 - 21/12/2024 - - - 18.290€
21/12/2024 - 05/01/2025 - - - 15.570€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
06/12/2024 - 21/12/2024 - - - 19.030€
21/12/2024 - 05/01/2025 - - - 16.260€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Cape Town, South Africa. Departure time: 17:00. Cape Town is the seat of the South African Parliament, as well as the Anglican and Catholic archbishops. It is the capital of the Western Cape province and a cultural center with two universities, research institutes, museums, libraries, theaters, botanical gardens, and a zoo. Cape Town is located on the northern edge of the Cape Peninsula and is one of the largest ports and most important industrial centers in South Africa. The suburbs extend across the Cape Peninsula and far into the wine country. The oldest part of the city lies between Table Bay and the slopes of Table Mountain, which reaches a height of 1,086 meters. Cape Town is also a popular tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by Table Mountain, which has been accessible via a cable car since 1926. Historical landmarks include the oldest building in the city (and the country), Castle of Good Hope (1666), the Dutch Reformed Church (1699), the Old Town Hall (1755), and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill. Other attractions include the Parliament building (1886), the South African Museum (1825), the South African National Gallery (1871), and the South African State Library.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Whale Bay, Namibia. Arrival time: 10:00. Walvis Bay is one of the most important sea ports in Namibia and a popular destination due to its abundant fish stocks and diverse flora and fauna. The name reveals that remnants of German colonial rule can be found in the city. For example, the Rhenish Mission Church was built in Hamburg and is considered the oldest building in the city. Nearby, there is a large bird sanctuary that houses thousands of flamingos.

Day 4: Whale Bay, Namibia. Departure time: 15:00. Walvis Bay is one of the most important sea ports in Namibia and a popular destination due to its abundant fish stocks and diverse flora and fauna. The name reveals that remnants of German colonial rule can be found in the city. For example, the Rhenish Mission Church was built in Hamburg and is considered the oldest building in the city. Nearby, there is a large bird sanctuary that houses thousands of flamingos.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Breathtaking cliffs and a unique landscape as far as the eye can see characterize the southwesternmost point of Africa. Close to the glamorous metropolis of Cape Town, the Cape stretches out, which was formerly feared by sailors. Today, numerous cruise ships safely pass by this special place.

Day 7: Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 8 hours. Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha is located on the Algoa Bay and is the fifth largest city in South Africa. The charming old town has retained its small-town charm, while modern buildings line the outskirts of the city. It is worth climbing the 52-meter high bell tower, the Campanile, from which you have an excellent view of the harbor and the center. On Castle Hill Street stands one of the oldest buildings in the city, the 1827-built parsonage, which now houses the Historical Museum. Other attractions include Fort Frederick, Market Square, the Oceanarium with a snake park, and a tropical house.

Day 8: Durban, South Africa. Arrival time: 17:00. The South African city of Durban is located in the province of "Kwazulu Natal". "Durbs", as it is called by its residents, is a South African city with an intercontinental character. With its countless street vendors, over 2 million Indian residents (the city is located on the Indian Ocean), and dreamy sandy beaches, this is a perfect example of the new South Africa. Places of interest: "Sea World", "Riksha Bus", "Durban Botanic Gardens", "Sugar Terminals", "Durban Natural Science Museum", "Natal Maritime Museum".

Day 9: Durban, South Africa. Departure time: 20:00. The South African city of Durban is located in the province of "Kwazulu Natal". "Durbs", as it is called by its residents, is a South African city with an intercontinental character. With its countless street vendors, over 2 million Indian residents (the city is located on the Indian Ocean), and dreamy sandy beaches, this is a perfect example of the new South Africa. Places of interest: "Sea World", "Riksha Bus", "Durban Botanic Gardens", "Sugar Terminals", "Durban Natural Science Museum", "Natal Maritime Museum".

Day 10: Sea day.

Day 11: Maputo, Mozambique. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The capital of the country Mozambique is located at its southern tip and has over one million inhabitants. Maputo is situated on the bay of the same name and borders the Indian Ocean. In the past, Maputo was an important trading center for the ivory trade. The city was also very popular with whalers, as many whales frolic in the waters off the bay. Today, Maputo is a modern metropolis with a special flair. The most important economic factors today include trade in cotton, sugar, copra, and wood. Tourism is also an important source of income for the city. For example, you can visit the Maputo Homeland Museum, Teatro Avenida theater, the old Portuguese fortress, and the historic train station. If you prefer to relax on the beach, you will find numerous long sandy beaches on the outskirts of the city that are popular with tourists and locals alike.

Day 12: Richards Bay, South Africa. Arrival time: 10:00. Located 200 km north of Durban, the small town of Richards Bay is situated on the Indian Ocean. All the attractions of the most diverse and beautiful province in South Africa are in close proximity. Richards Bay is primarily a starting point for safaris and excursions to nearby wildlife reserves such as Hluhluwe-Umfolozi and the unique coastal landscape of Maputaland.

Day 13: Richards Bay, South Africa. Departure time: 16:00. Located 200 km north of Durban, the small town of Richards Bay is situated on the Indian Ocean. All the attractions of the most diverse and beautiful province in South Africa are in close proximity. Richards Bay is primarily a starting point for safaris and excursions to nearby wildlife reserves such as Hluhluwe-Umfolozi and the unique coastal landscape of Maputaland.

Day 14: Sea day.

Day 15: Mossel Bay, South Africa. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 14:00. Duration of port stay: 7 hours. Mossel Bay has attractive beaches and a variety of water sports opportunities. After the sailor Bartholomeu Diaz sailed around the Cape of Good Hope in 1488, he first set foot on South African soil here. Today, the Diaz Museum commemorates this historic event. Attractions include the Old Post Tree, the St. Blaize lighthouse with its spectacular views, and boat tours to Seal Island (home to a seal colony).

Day 16: Cape Town, South Africa. Arrival time: 06:30. Cape Town is the seat of the South African Parliament, as well as the Anglican and Catholic archbishops. It is the capital of the Western Cape province and a cultural center with two universities, research institutes, museums, libraries, theaters, botanical gardens, and a zoo. Cape Town is located on the northern edge of the Cape Peninsula and is one of the largest ports and most important industrial centers in South Africa. The suburbs extend across the Cape Peninsula and far into the wine country. The oldest part of the city lies between Table Bay and the slopes of Table Mountain, which reaches a height of 1,086 meters. Cape Town is also a popular tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by Table Mountain, which has been accessible via a cable car since 1926. Historical landmarks include the oldest building in the city (and the country), Castle of Good Hope (1666), the Dutch Reformed Church (1699), the Old Town Hall (1755), and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill. Other attractions include the Parliament building (1886), the South African Museum (1825), the South African National Gallery (1871), and the South African State Library.