A Wild and Wonderful Adventure
Take an awe-inspiring journey to a place where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans have shaped the wildly beautiful country of South Africa. Only here can you go from golden beach to breathtaking mountain, cosmopolitan city to traditional homestead, and world-acclaimed vineyard to bucket list worthy safari—all in one day. With Azamara Club Cruises®, you’ll discover lands of contrast, caught somewhere between rugged and refined, in the South African ports of Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban, and Richards Bay.
And because we deliver immersive adventures with each and every voyage, you’ll experience more authentic travel moments with locals from Zulu villages to township tours. Explore more amazing wildlife from game reserves to penguin colonies. Taste more award-winning vintages and fresh market fare. Go beyond simply travelling to a far off destination, and relish the opportunity to truly understand South Africa’s beautiful juxtaposition of traditional and new, wild and wonderfully cultured.
Warm breezes, beautiful beaches, and spirited communities—get to know “The Friendly City.” Discover Port Elizabeth’s storied past along the Donkin Heritage Trail, dig your toes in the sand at Hobie Beach, or come face-to-face with gentle giants at the Addo Elephant National Park.
Charming 19th-century architecture and a vibrant cultural scene give way to breathtaking safaris and the Amatola Mountains. Explore both the Sunshine and Wild Coasts, where miles of sweeping white sand mix with the warm, golden sun on some of the world’s finest beaches.
Zulu, Indian, and European cultures collide against a backdrop of stunning beaches, majestic mountain ranges, and plunging valleys. Peruse the Victoria Street Market, visit a traditional Zulu homestead, and make a splash on the Golden Mile in this beautiful colonial Victorian city.
South Africa’s rugged coastline meets mist-covered hills. Perched on a lagoon above the Mhlatuze River and the Indian Ocean, discover Zululand, a vast inland of mountains and savannahs, and Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park—home of the world’s largest white rhino population.
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