South African Coastline Cruise : Le Lyrial

South Africa | 5279439

Cruise the South African coastline in pure luxury!

What's Included

8 nights' accommodation onboard the Le Lyrial in a Superior Stateroom. All meals and drinks (excluding premium brands). Entertainment on board. Port charges and taxes. HIGHLIGHTS: The visit to Robben Island, a tiny UNESCO World Heritage Site where the Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela was held prisoner. Cape of Good Hope and its cliffs plunging sharply into the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking the immense white sandy beaches. The chance to see the emblematic species of the African continent during a safari in a reserve. Phezulu Safari Park and the history of the traditional Zulu tribes.

What's not Included

Flights & taxes, transfers, shore excursions, gratuities, beauty & spa treatments, laundry, anything of a personal nature

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Discover a PONANT itinerary that explores the essential towns and sites of South Africa's wild east coast. At the crossroads of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, embark aboard Le Lyrial on a 9-day cruise between Cape Town, mother-city of the country, dominated by Table Mountain, and Durban, a cosmopolitan seaside city. This journey in South Africa will also allow you to discover Port Elizabeth, nicknamed "the friendly city" for its welcoming inhabitants, and Richards Bay. A land of ethnic diversity, South Africa is often described as "a world in one country". Its incredible melting pot of cultures, religions, and histories infuse its rich heritage. The diversity of fauna and flora is also one of South Africa's treasures: the nation is home to three of the largest terrestrial mammals - the elephant, rhinoceros and hippopotamus - and its plant life alone represents one tenth of the world's botanic heritage, with some 25 000 species. Between its bustling metropolises and its breathtaking natural beauty, we invite you to discover the two contrasting sides of this incredible country.

24 March 2019 : Cape Town (South Africa) Embarkation
25 March 2019 : Cape Town (South Africa)
26 March 2019 : At Sea
27 March 2019 : Port Elizabeth (South Africa)
28 March 2019 : Port Elizabeth (South Africa)
29 March 2019 : At Sea
30 March 2019 : Richards Bay (South Africa)
31 March 2019 : Durban (South Africa)
01 April 2019 : Durban (South Africa) Disembarkation
Price is per person sharing and subject to change at any time. *All prices are subject to Rate of Exchange and when a deposit is paid the balance of the booking is subject to the rate of exchange on date of full payment. Advance purchase, peak season surcharges, block out periods and minimum stay conditions may apply. Book and pay in full to avoid disappointment. Credit card required for car hire where applicable. Prices and availability are correct as at 25 February 2019 and are subject to change without notice. Prices quoted are on sale until 20 March 2019 unless otherwise stated or sold out prior. All packages and flights have to be booked and paid for before 20 March 2019. All packages are quoted per person sharing. E&OE