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Surrounded by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, as well as the Mediterranean Sea, Africa has a ring of prime ports that help cruisers discover this exciting continent. Visit Africa's Gold Coast on the Atlantic Ocean, including Ghana and Senegal, and make a stop at the tropical Cape Verde islands. In southwest Africa, the plains and plateaus of Namibia are found between the Kalahari Desert, often visited on cruises that embark in South Africa's major ports of Cape Town and Durban. To the east, visitors can go snorkeling off the coast of Madagascar or sail up to the glorious Seychelles.
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Africa's a big place. Find out what other cruisers have to say about sailing the continent.
Port Spotlight: Cape Town Port Spotlight: Cape Town
A must stop on South Africa cruises, this cosmopolitan city has lots to see and do.
Port Spotlight: Durban Port Spotlight: Durban
South Africa's liveliest port has become a major cruise stop. Read why you should go.

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Perth (Fremantle) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Port Louis -> St. Denis -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Nosy Boraha (Ile Sainte-Marie) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Taolagnaro -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Maputo -> Richards Bay -> Durban -> Port Elizabeth -> Cape Town -> Cape Town
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Singapore -> Cruising -> Phuket -> Cruising -> Yangon (Rangoon) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Colombo -> Cruising -> Cochin -> Cruising -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Dubai -> Dubai -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Seychelles -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Port Louis -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Durban -> East London (South Africa) -> Cruising -> Cape Town -> Cape Town
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Lisbon -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Madeira (Funchal) -> La Palma -> Tenerife -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Mindelo (Sao Vicente) -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Dakar -> Banjul -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Abidjan -> Takoradi -> Lome -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Principe Island -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Luanda -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Walvis Bay -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Cape Town -> Cape Town
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Cape Town -> Cape Town -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Port Elizabeth -> East London (South Africa) -> Durban -> Richards Bay -> Maputo -> Nosy Be -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Dar es Salaam -> Zanzibar -> Mombasa -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Seychelles -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Maldives -> Maldives -> Indian Ocean (Cruising) -> Colombo -> Phuket -> Penang -> Kelang (Kuala Lumpur) -> Singapore -> Singapore
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Singapore -> Kelang (Kuala Lumpur) -> Penang -> Phuket -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Thilawa -> Thilawa -> Thilawa -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cochin -> Mangalore -> Cruising -> Mumbai (Bombay) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Salalah -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Safaga -> Safaga -> Aqaba -> Sharm-el-Sheikh -> Cairo (Port Said) -> Cruising -> Jerusalem (Ashdod) -> Cruising -> Crete (Heraklion) -> Athens (Piraeus)
It wasn't Rome or Athens that intellectually dominated the ancient ...
Cairo (Port Said)
Pick up just about any travel guide on Cairo, and you'll read about ...
Cape Town
Beautiful, sophisticated, socially progressive, democratic, engaging, ...
Durban is a beachside city in South Africa that boasts the busiest ...
Safaga, a working port on the coast of the Red Sea, brings you close ...
Expect a heady blend of Middle Eastern magic, Berber tradition and ...
Tunis (La Goulette)
Tunis is the capital of Tunisia, the northernmost country in Africa, ...
One has to feel sorry for the tourist industry in Egypt, continuing fighting and bombing, has turned tourists away. Bad news never turns us away, we flew down to Luxor and after visiting temples, we boarded the MS Tosca, a Uniworld ship. We were ... Read more
Great time Mamaafrica
We traveled on Mein Schiff and . Was a fantastic vacation for a family from the cold Midwest!!! A little background... We were a group of 7ppl - ages 5 to 59, I myself am a 34 year old female. This was my 16th cruise, first on Mein Schiff for my ... Read more
My husband and I have cruised many times before, but this was our first time with Voyages of Discovery. It was this particularly itinerary that prompted us to book this cruise. We are not keen on the huge cruise ships, preferring a more personal ... Read more
This was our second cruise on board Sojourn. Our first was an excellent experience so much so that we were a little nervous returning. Would this trip live up to the previous experience? Fireworks look amazing because you aren't expecting them. You ... Read more
This was our third Oceania cruise, and as much as I hate to say it, not our best. We chose it because of the amazing itinerary. Dubai and several Emirates, India, Maldive Islands, Seychelles (on the bucket list), and down the coast of East Africa to ... Read more
We are experienced cruisers(25+), however this is our first cruise with Oceania. We were very disappointed from our first encounter with the reservations agent to our final step off the ship. The only reason we took this cruise was no one else ... Read more
Top Class...Again Retiredwaster
Our fourth Regent Cruise, third with Voyager. We have also cruised with Oceania (3). My first cruise review. If you haven't been with Regent before and are thinking about it - DO IT! Most reviews are fair, accurate and most complimentary; but I ... Read more
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