Africa: South Africa, Seychelles & Madagascar to Dubai Africa: South Africa, Seychelles & Madagascar to Dubai Africa: South Africa, Seychelles & Madagascar to Dubai

18-day Cruise on Norwegian Jade

Africa: South Africa, Seychelles & Madagascar to Dubai

from Cape Town, South Africa

Get ready to embark on an 18-day journey you'll never forget with Norwegian. Nature lover? Catch some sun or some waves at Alkantstrand Beach in stunning Richard's Bay in South Africa. Off the coast of Madagascar at Pointe Des Galets, is where you'll discover and be dazzled by natural splendor. Take a walk along lush rainforests or dive into the water and explore coral reefs. And whilst in La Digue, you don't want to miss the flora and fauna at the Seychelle National Botanical Gardens.
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  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $189.03 USD
18 Days. 12 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
Port of Call
Cape Town, South Africa
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Cape Town is both the legislative capital of South Africa and one of its most vibrant cities. Make your way to the top of Table Mountain for panoramic views of the surrounding city and harbour. Visit Robben Island to see the former site of the notorious former prison that held Nelson Mandela. Explore the manicured lawns and beautiful forest in Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Then stop by the V&A Waterfront for some shopping and entertainment.

Port of Call
Mossel Bay, South Africa
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Located along the Southern Cape, Mossel Bay is one of South Africa's most popular tourist destinations. Sink your toes into the sands of Santos Beach. Hike up the trail to the Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse where the 19th century structure provides stunning views of the surrounding area. Learn about the earliest humans at the Point of Human Origins archaeological site. Then explore the more recent cultural heritage at the Bartolomeu Dias Museum.

Port of Call
Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa
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Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) is one of South Africa's major municipalities and bears the nickname "The Friendly City." Relax on beautiful King's Beach. Spot some big game at the Kragga Kamma Game Park nature reserve. Explore the rich history of South Africa's Eastern Cape at the Donkin Reserve. Try local dishes like potjiekos, an indigenous stew cooked outdoors in a cast-iron pot.

Port of Call
Richards Bay, South Africa
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Situated on the deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, Richards Bay will thrill both nature and culture seekers. Spend the day walking through the Umlalazi Nature Reserve where you might see one of the rarest birds of pray in South Africa, the Palm-Nut vulture. Catch some sun or some waves at Aklantstrand Beach or learn about South African history and art at the Empangeni Museum.

Port of Call
Maputo, Mozambique
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Originally developed in the 18th century as a town surrounding a Portuguese fortress, the city was originally named Lourenço Marques until it was officially renamed to Maputo in 1976. As Mozambique's capital and largest port, Maputo is a melting pot of cultures, which is reflected in its diverse restaurants. Much of the city has undergone major renovations during the last decade. Shaded sidewalk cafes, a rich arts scene, historic sites and markets provide a glimpse into the city's past and its vibrant modern atmosphere.

Port of Call
Nosy Be, Madagascar 
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Immerse yourself in Madasgascar's largest and most popular destination, Nosy Be. This "Big Island" off the northwest coast is famous for its natural splendor and Ylang Ylang trees that make up a major part of the local economy. Spend the day hanging out with lemurs and chameleons at the Lokobe Reserve. Indulge in local cuisine like the diverse and delectable variations of Laoka. Then brave the highest peak on the island at Mont Lokobe or relax on the beaches of Befotaka Bay.

Port of Call
Port Victoria, Seychelles
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Take a sabbatical in the Seychelles capital of Victoria. Located on Mahé Island in the Indian Ocean, it's famous for its exports of vanilla and coconut oil. Take a stroll through the Seychelle National Botanical Gardens full of flora, fauna and fruit bats. Stop by the Selwyn-Clarke Market for some street shopping. Try some local Ladob, a dish that can be served either sweet or savoury. Then settle in for some sun at Beau Vallon Beach or visit the Navasakthi Vinayagar hindu temple.

Port of Call
Port Victoria, Seychelles
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Take a sabbatical in the Seychelles capital of Victoria. Located on Mahé Island in the Indian Ocean, it's famous for its exports of vanilla and coconut oil. Take a stroll through the Seychelle National Botanical Gardens full of flora, fauna and fruit bats. Stop by the Selwyn-Clarke Market for some street shopping. Try some local Ladob, a dish that can be served either sweet or savoury. Then settle in for some sun at Beau Vallon Beach or visit the Navasakthi Vinayagar hindu temple.

Port of Call
Praslin, Seychelles
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A mountainous island with a storied past - once used as a hideaway by pirates - Praslin is the second largest island in the Seychelles and is truly a sun-worshipper's paradise. Numerous unspoiled, palm-lined beaches and turquoise waters set the scene for uninterrupted relaxation. The lush jungles of its interior promise an exhilarating day of exploration whilst waterfront dining gives you a taste of island living. Get ready to soak in the good life in the Seychelles with Norwegian.

Port of Call
Muscat, Oman
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View Muscat from above by travelling on the Corniche and head out along the scenic Batinah coast. The medieval Nakhl Fort, perched on a rocky outcrop, offers magnificent views of the mountains and oasis below. The colourful Sultan's palace and the Jelali and Merani forts are worth visiting, and if you seek to experience Omani culture, a stroll through the markets and narrow alleys is ideal. Exquisite local silver jewellery, exotic spices and handicrafts abound in the markets to tempt shoppers.

Port of Call
Khasab, Oman
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Located on the tip of Oman's Musandam peninsula, an enclave separated from the rest of the country, Khusab has been described as the "Norway of Arabia." Its many beautiful fjord-like inlets and stark landscapes created by geologic shifting are striking, and the clear, calm waters are home to dolphins, which can be often be spotted interacting with boats. This quiet enclave is also home to Khasab Castle, a small fort where you can learn about the history of the area and local traditions.

Port of Call
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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The world's richest city boasts a wealth of culture, history and adventure, from the emirate's old souks, where you can sip a fragrant Arabic coffee, to the rush of the world's fastest rollercoaster. This 5,000-year-old metropolis is a fascinating mix of modern architecture and atmospheric back streets. Put your bargaining hat on for a friendly faceoff with the merchants at the souk to get deals on handicrafts, artwork, even spices and dried fruit for the cook back home.

Port of Call
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Experience the blending of traditional Arab culture and modern western culture in Dubai. Gaze skyward to see the tallest building in the world, the 2,722-feet-high futuristic Burj Khalifa tower, or walk over to the impressive Jumeirah Mosque. Seek out jet-set haunts or stroll through the heart of the old city, Dubai Creek, which is home to the Dubai museum as well as the labyrinth alleyways of gold, spice and textile souks, where bargaining is part of the fun and ritual.

Dates & prices
  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $189.03 USD
Staterooms & Accommodation
There's nothing like starting your morning with a glass of sunshine and fresh ocean breezes on your own private balcony. Our award-winning fleet offers a wide range of contemporary and comfortable accommodation designed for you, your family or even your group.
  • Club Balcony Suite

  • The Haven

  • Balcony

  • Inside

  • Oceanview

  • Suite

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    Best for First-Timers
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  • 2,402
    Double Occupancy
Dining
Serving a wide variety of culinary delights to please every palate, our complimentary dining options include three main dining rooms, a help-yourself buffet and a variety of casual cafés, grills and on-the-go choices. Plus, our Main Dining Rooms offer a menu that changes daily, Chefs Signature Dishes and carefully selected wine recommendations, guaranteeing a different culinary adventure with every visit.
  • Teppanyaki

    Teppanyaki

  • Alizar

    Alizar

  • Cagney's Steak House

    Cagney's Steak House