Cruise to Africa’s Wild Heart.
From the palm-fringed waters of Mombasa to the ornate mosques of Durban, let Azamara® take you to bucket-list locales on our cruises to Africa.
In Zanzibar, visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites and breathe in fields scented with cardamom, cinnamon, and clove with an immersive visit to a local spice plantation. Climb into a traditional dhow and set sail to Prison Island to explore a 19th century prison, then spend the afternoon mingling with locals and haggling for stunning textiles, jewelery, and wood carvings at the Darajani Bazaar.
Journey to South Africa's Mother City of Cape Town and experience the vast beauty of a land shaped by two oceans. Set your sites on the iconic Table Mountain for a day spent hiking and picnicking across this stunning mountain range. Cruise through the river port of East London or walk on the wild side with a safari in Richards Bay—home to hundreds of thousands of hectares of African backcountry. Embark on a one in a lifetime journey to the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve or the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site, for the chance to see hippos, crocodiles, and the Big Five in their natural habitat. Or, explore South Africa’s exotically rugged lands with the insider-access and luxury accommodations of Micato Safaris before or after your voyage with one of Azamara’s South African Land and Sea packages.
Tolagnaro, Madagascar is still relatively undiscovered by most travelers—but not by us. We’ll introduce you to South Africa’s “Friendly City” of Port Elizabeth and show you the way around Mozambique’s bustling capital with high tea and panoramic sightseeing drive.
No matter where you go with Azamara, you’ll love the stunning beaches, exotic wildlife, charming towns, and sophisticated cities of our African cruise destinations.
Featured Africa Voyages
From the wild coast of West Africa to the contrasting lands of South Africa—and every untouched Indian Ocean Island in-between—explore more UNESCO World Heritage Sites, stunning beaches, and awe-inspiring wildlife on an Azamara voyage to Africa.