Mahe to Cape Town
FEX-684068/217761 Indian Ocean
19 Nights
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Day 1
Mahe, Seychelles

As the largest island of the Seychelles, Mahe is home to 90% of the country’s entire population. With over 60 beaches and coves within which to be able to relax and unwind, Mahe is the perfect tropical destination. Beyond these gorgeous beaches, you will also be able to discover a natural world of waterfalls, jungle, mountains and scuba diving opportunities. Wildlife and marine life around the island can be spectacular, with more than 1000 fish species being recorded and vast selections of corals. 

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Day 4
Mombasa, Kenya
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Day 6
Mayotte, Comoros Islands
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Day 7
Nosy Be, Madagascar
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Day 8
Mayotte, Comoros Islands
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Day 9
Toliara, Madagascar
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Day 11
Maputo, Mozambique
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Day 12
Richards Bay, South Africa

Richards Bay is situated on a lagoon of the Mhlatuze River in South Africa, and is one of country’s largest harbours. The area is very flat, with most of it situated on a coastal plain, and enjoys a subtropical climate throughout the year. One of the main attractions is The Richards Bay Game Reserve, which holds some of South Africa’s most spectacular wetland scenery, including a lagoon where hippopotamus and crocodile, are protected.

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Day 14
Durban, South Africa

The city of Durban is among the most prosperous areas in South Africa, and is an important manufacturing hub. Though the city is largely cosmopolitan, with a population of 3.5 million and known for being the busiest port in South Africa, Durban is also teaming with nature and wildlife. In and around the city there are over 20 nature reserves including the New Germany Nature Reserve and Umgeni River Bird Park which are home to several species of owls, cranes, hornbills, macaws, kookaburras, toucans, vultures, common duiker, impala, and mongoose

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Day 15
Richards Bay, South Africa

Richards Bay is situated on a lagoon of the Mhlatuze River in South Africa, and is one of country’s largest harbours. The area is very flat, with most of it situated on a coastal plain, and enjoys a subtropical climate throughout the year. One of the main attractions is The Richards Bay Game Reserve, which holds some of South Africa’s most spectacular wetland scenery, including a lagoon where hippopotamus and crocodile, are protected.

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Day 16
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Day 17
East London, South Africa
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Day 18
Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and one of the most iconic cities in the world. It is overlooked by the impressive Table Mountain which, as the name suggests, gets its name for having a flat summit. A cable car ride to the top will enable you to explore this magnificent landmark, while also being able to enjoy fantastic views of the city below and out to sea. The city is home to many monuments, museums and galleries which collectively paint a picture of the history and culture of this amazing city.