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Serenity to Safaris

32 Day Cruise from £7,105 pp incl. flights  

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Oceania Cruises 32 Day Cruise on Nautica, Oceania Cruises from £7,105 pp incl. flights  

Departure 07 December 2019 | Serenity to Safaris


  • Dubai - United Arab Emirates
  • Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
  • Fujairah - United Arab Emirates
  • Muscat
  • At Sea
  • Mumbai
  • Mormugao
  • Mangalore
  • Kochi
  • Malé
  • At Sea
  • La Digue
  • Mahé
  • At Sea
  • Port Louis
  • Pointe Des Galets
  • At Sea
  • Maputo
  • Richards Bay
  • Durban
  • At Sea
  • Mossel Bay
  • Cape Town

Serenity to Safaris

from £7,105 pp incl. flights
Cruise offer
Exclusive offer. Special fares, pre-paid gratuities & more

Take advantage of complimentary pre-paid gratuities (worth up to $690 pp) on us and $150 shipboard credit.

Plus our offer includes airfare and FREE Unlimited Internet, plus choose one of the below:

  • Free - 8 Shore Excursions
  • Free - Beverage Package
  • Free - $800 Shipboard Credit

Amenities are per stateroom

Includes on board:

  • Unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices
  • Shuttle service from ship to city centre in many ports of call
  • Room service dining 24 hours a day
  • Dining at all specialty restaurants
  • Free Wi-Fi

Enjoy $150 spa or ship credit plus we will cover your gratuities on this epic voyage from Dubai to Cape Town

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Day by day itinerary

Day 1 — Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Explore this amazing emirate where ultra-modern architecture soars over traditional Arab styles. See the impressive Jumeirah Mosque and stroll through the narrow alleys of old Dubai. Visit a museum in a former all-boys school or journey along Dubai Creek in a dhow. Visit fascinating Sharjah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its fabulous souks.

Day 2 — Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

As the world's richest city, Abu Dhabi boasts opulent hotels, museums and a yacht-filled marina, all marvels of modern architecture. Explore the emirate's old souks, sip a fragrant Arabic coffee, ride the dunes on an exhilarating desert safari, or dive into dazzling marine life.

Day 3 — Fujairah, United Arab Emirates

The only emirate on the Gulf of Oman rather than the Persian Gulf, Fujairah is blessed with fine beaches and offers excellent deep-sea fishing and snorkeling. It's separated from the rest of the country by the Hagar mountain range that looms majestically behind the port of Fujairah. Built in 1670, Fujairah Fort and the spring-fed Ain Al Madhab Gardens lie nearby.

Day 4 — Muscat, Oman
Grand Mosque of Muscat, Oman

Grand Mosque of Muscat, Oman

Admire the colorful Sultan's palace and the Jelali and Merani forts, stroll through the markets and narrow alleys and browse in the bustling souks. Or view the city from above by traveling on the Corniche and head out along the scenic Batinah coast and enjoy the desert, the oases, fishing villages and the historic medieval Nakhl Fort. Then spend time at a glorious beach resort.

Day 5 to 6 — At Sea
Day 7 to 8 — Mumbai, India
Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai

Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai

Enjoy the sights of this teeming city, visiting the many lovely Jain and Hindu temples, the Hanging Gardens, the Gandhi Memorial Museum and the magnificent Victoria Station. Take a harbor cruise from the Gateway of India or travel to lush Gharapuri Island to see the 7th century rock-cut temples of the Elephanta Caves. Shopping: Lovely silks, fine gold jewelry, ornate woodcarvings, personal altars, finely carved screens and antiques abound.

Day 9 — Goa (Mormugao), India

Enjoy this marvelous old Portuguese and Hindu city studded with vibrant temples and majestic churches. Visit the stunning Baroque cathedral and quaint, colorful Panjim for a taste of Portugal in India. Explore the countryside and its spice farms, local markets and the region's exquisite beaches.

Day 10 — Mangalore, India
Mangalore, Karnataka, India

Mangalore, Karnataka, India

Enjoy the beautiful beaches on the Arabian Sea, watch the fishing boats and explore the city, especially the 10th century Manjunatha Temple, St. Aloysius College Chapel, the Sultan Battery, Light House Hill Garden, Mangala Devi Temple and the Jumma Masjid. See a traditional South Indian dance performance or perhaps encounter a festival honoring a local deity.

Day 11 — Cochin (Kochi), India

Discover the amazing contrasts of this cosmopolitan, Portuguese-founded city with its lovely colonial architecture, Dutch-style palaces, historic churches, Jewish quarter and huge Chinese fishing nets. Or explore tranquil canals by boat and see ancient villages, exquisite scenery, plantations and temples. See Indian cotton made in traditional fashion.

Day 12 to 13 — Male, Maldives

As the capital of the low-lying, coral-bed Maldives, winsome Malé is surrounded by a sea wall, where you might watch the fishing dhonis return with the day's catch. Also be sure to see Friday Mosque, a masterpiece of filigree-curved coral built in the mid-1600s, and the Mulee-aage Palace.

Day 14 to 15 — At Sea
Day 16 — La Digue, Seychelles

The most tranquil and relaxed of the Seychelles islands, La Digue allows you to step back in time, to appreciate a slower pace, to dive or snorkel the untouched reefs, enjoy the white sand beaches, hike into the stunning mountains of the interior for bird watching.

Day 17 to 18 — Mahe, Seychelles

Gorgeous and romantic, the Seychelles define tropical beauty. A mountain range runs through the spine of Mahé, the largest island, and scenic national parks have sprung up around it, attracting hikers. Still, it's the idyllic beaches that have immortalized Mahé and its laid-back capital of Victoria, where the Seychellois speak a mellifluous Creole patois.

Day 19 to 20 — At Sea
Day 21 — Port Louis, Mauritius

Sailing in to Port Louis, you'll notice that the city is situated on several islets extending into the harbor. Discover delightful neighborhoods and shops, or take a tour to one of the many ecological preserves with wildlife, waterfalls, ponds and forests.

Day 22 — Pointe Des Galets, Reunion Island

Enjoy the ecological diversity of this volcanic island; hike to Bride's Veil Falls, explore the rainforest, take an excursion to the volcano peaks. Or visit a perfume factory, a vanilla plantation, and then amble through the streets of the charming Creole city.

Day 23 to 25 — At Sea
Day 26 — Maputo, Mozambique
A view of the beach line of Maputo the capital of Mozambique

A view of the beach line of Maputo the capital of Mozambique

Intent on recapturing its former glamour, Maputo once again attracts the rich and famous, whom you may see while sipping a cocktail at the extravagant Hotel Polana. Maputo's struggle for freedom from Portuguese colonialism is recounted in local museums.

Day 27 — Richards Bay, South Africa

Take an excursion to one of the nearby game reserves or simply gaze over the surrounding waters, where you might get a glimpse of dolphins, whales and kite-surfers. The best view is from the lookout point at Alkantstrand Beach. Richards Bay is a busy port and the myriad of specialized ships will intrigue marine buffs.

Day 28 — Durban, South Africa
Millenium Pier in Umhlanga, Durban, South Africa

Millenium Pier in Umhlanga, Durban, South Africa

British colonial architecture prevails in Durban, yet natural beauty is what characterizes this charming city on the Indian Ocean. Its Golden Mile beach area attracts sunbathers, of course, but also shoppers and those who enjoy walking the promenade. The Juma Masjid deserves a visit, as it's the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere.

Day 29 — At Sea
Day 30 — Mossel Bay, South Africa

With an average of 320 sunny days a year, Mossel Bay has the second mildest climate in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Enjoy walks along the beautiful beaches, horseback riding and whale and dolphin watching. Track big game on a thrilling safari or take a cruise to Seal Island, populated by over 2,500 Cape fur seals.

Day 31 to 32 — Cape Town, South Africa

It’s difficult to get lost in Cape Town because gorgeous Table Mountain looms above the city as a reference. For breathtaking views, ride the cable car to the top, or explore this urbane city on foot. Visit the fascinating South African Museum and Planetarium and the culturally significant St. George’s Cathedral.

Stay on board overnight and debark the next day.

Sailing on Nautica

Nautica is the sister ship to Insignia and Regatta and its restaurant is decorated in the same themes of Tuscan sophistication and warmth, while the ship itself has a similar feeling of elegance about her.

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