Cruises in Africa – Discover The Great Land’s Glaciers and Abundance of Wildlife

If the call of the truly unexplored is what appeals to you, Africa is the place for you. Its myriad, unspoilt images and people can capture your imagination and instill a sense of adventure in you.

Whether it is catching a glimpse of a pride of lions at dusk on the great plains of Kenya & Tanzania or exploring the amazing underwater coral life in the Seychelles and Mauritius or experiencing the historic wonders of Luxor, the Pyramids of Giza or the enigmatic Sphinx. And that’s just the tip. As you venture south, you will encounter the incredible natural beauty, picturesque winelands, diverse wildlife and bustling cities of South Africa.

Cruise in Africa

PORTS OF CALL

Seward – What was once a small, fishing village is now a thriving port for commercial fishing, tourism and the rail system

Juneau – Reputed to be one of the most scenically beautiful cities in America, it retains a small town quaintness combined with cosmopolitan sophistication. It also has some wonderful shopping and great restaurants.

Skagway – Skagway rests peacefully at the base of a river valley bordered by the Coast Mountains. It retains the flavour of its gold-rush days with its with its rustic boardwalk and frontier-style storefronts

Ketchikan – Once a quintessential Alaskan logging and fishing town, Ketchikan is a typical Alaskan tourist town, catering to cruise ship guests. It is a popular destination along Alaska’s Inside Passage and is teeming with Native American culture.

Glacier Bay National Park – Spread across 3.2 million acres in Southeast Alaska, this protected national park is home to 15 active glaciers, numerous seabirds, humpback whales and a variety of native wildlife.

Hubbard Glacier – One of the most active glaciers in the world, this 1,350-foot Alaskan natural wonder is breathtaking

Tracy Arm Fjord – Nestled between 3,000-foot high granite walls, the narrow, twisting slice of ocean called Tracy Arm Fjord weaves through the Tongass National Forest