South Africa, Namibia & the Skeleton Coast

07/25/2018 through 02/13/2019
07/25/2018 through 04/13/2019
Voyages to Antiquity

South Africa, Namibia & the Skeleton Coast

33 days
1-night hotel stay in Marrakesh

Dominated by Table Mountain, Cape Town is a city of great beauty that has been shaped by some remarkable history, making it a spectacular way to start this exciting voyage around the west coast of Africa.

The Skeleton Coast of Namibia boasts some of the most stunning landscapes on the continent. Then arrive at colonial Luderitz, beautiful Walviz Bay and the Angolan port of Luanda, the “Paris of Africa”, where the influence of Portugal is also still evident.

Cruise the Atlantic and celebrate the maritime tradition of Crossing the Line as Aegean Odyssey passes over the equator to Bom Bom Island, followed by Praia in Cape Verde and Las Palmas in the Canaries.

Finally, visit Morocco for an overnight land tour to the famous souks of exotic Marrakesh, the historic walled city of Taroudant, legendary Casablanca and Tangier at the mouth of the Mediterranean.

VOYAGE HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3 nights on board in Cape Town
  • Cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town
  • Wine tasting in the Stellenbosch Valley
  • The Palacio de Ferro in Luanda designed by Gustav Eiffel
  • Visit Morocco’s exotic cities and overnight in Marrakesh

Itinerary

Day 1 Depart North America
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Day 2-5 Cape Town
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Day 6 At Sea
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Day 7 Luderitz, Namibia
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Day 8 At Sea
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Day 9-10 Walvis Bay
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Day 11-12 At Sea
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Day 13 Luanada
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Day 14-15 At Sea
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Day 16 Bombom Island
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Day 17-23 At Sea
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Day 24 Porto Praia
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Day 25-27 At Sea
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Day 28 Las Palmas
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Day 29 At Sea
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Day 30 Agadir
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Day 31 Marrakesh
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Day 32 Tangier
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Day 33 Malaga
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