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Seven Seas Voyager® harbors overtones of elegance, from the refined Penthouse Suites to the modern touches of the Voyager Lounge.

Nosy Be, Madagascar
Discover exotic Nosy Be with its rich air fragrant from native spices and flowers and, neighboring Nosy Komba with its lemur population found only in this part of the world. Beginwith a stroll around the city center of Hellville in Nosy Be, visiting the open marketplace. Then hire a driver to take you on an island tour to see the bright blue volcanic lakes, or hire a boat to take you to Nosy Komba to visit the lemurs. Back in Nosy Be, shop for locally made perfume, distilled rum, finelinens and hand carved wooden art. Enjoy some of the fresh local seafood prepared with the local spices in this colorful and aromatic destination.

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Tanzania’s largest and richest city, Dar El Salaam is a multi-cultural crossroads that is home to African, Asian and Middle Eastern communities. When translated, the city’s name is Haven of Peace; however, Dar El Salaam is far from a sleepy town. Its bustling streets encircle markets, luxury hotels and the best restaurants in East Africa. The city boasts international cuisine ranging from traditional Tanzanian barbecue and Zanzibari food to Thai, Chinese and American restaurants. After a delicious meal, visit the National Museum for insight into the history of Tanzania.

Richards Bay, South Africa
Richards Bay is one of South Africa’s largest harbors, and is the tourist’s gateway to Zululand, once the mightiest of the sub-Saharan African Kingdoms. Richards Bay began its life as a makeshift harbor, set up by Sir Fredererick Richards, after whom it is named, during the Anglo-Boer War of 1880-81. Richards Bay has some of the most spectacular wetland scenery and pristine beaches on the north coast of KwaZulu Natal. Join us as we explore the land of King Shaka, or embark on an unforgettable safari to Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve.

Mossel Bay, South Africa
Situated halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay offers more than 37 miles of beaches and at least 300 days of sunshine a year. Known as the location where the first Europeans made landfall on South African soil in 1488, today’s Mossel Bay is one of the country’s most popular beach destinations, as well as a haven for outdoor adventurers.

Cape Town, South Africa
Called ‘the fairest cape in the whole circumference of the earth’ and regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Cape Town offers museums, lush parks and shops. Impressive mountains, magnificent beaches and outstanding wineries add to the attraction. Ride a cable-car to the top of famous flat-topped Table Mountain and gaze at the mosaic of towering mountains, verdant valleys and the confluence of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. The historical highlight is Robben Island, once the prison holding such outstanding anti-apartheid leaders as Nelson Mandela.

Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Located at the endpoint of South Africa’s picturesque Garden Route, Port Elizabeth is nicknamed “The Friendly City.” While regarded as one of the country’s most important seaports, Port Elizabeth is also considered the water sports capital of South Africa. Visitors enjoy the area’s beaches, scuba diving, game fishing, surfing and whale watching.

Durban, South Africa
A bustling, subtropical city and Africa’s busiest port, Vasco da Gama is said to have sighted Durban Bay on Christmas Day, 1497, naming the land Natal as a mark of respect for the Nativity. The name Durban was acquired in 1843 when Port Natal was renamed for Sir Benjamin D'Urban. Today , Durban delights the traveler with its colorful mosaic of ethnic neighborhoods and memorable excursions to game reserves and the traditional lifestyle of the Zulu people. Explore Old Market Square, the Golden Mile beachfront and the scented Botanic Gardens and Gray Street Mosque, the largest in the southern hemisphere.

Maputo, Mozambique
Discover the relaxed charm of Maputo with its wide, European style boulevards, lush with jacaranda, bougainvillea and other tropical foliage, where old colonial palaces are mixed in with modern high-rise buildings. Visit The Cathedral built in 1944 in the shape of a cross, then the lively Mercado Central. Enjoy a snack of freshly roasted cashews and a cold bottled drink. Stop by the National Museum of Art then stroll along the Avenida Julius Nyerere, browsing the boutiques, vendors, and restaurants. Look for African waxprint and woven fabrics, beautiful wooden boxes and picture frames. Seek out the surreal Pancho Guedes buildings, reminiscent of Gaudi. Visit the Praça de Trabalhadores designed by Gustave Eiffel in the late 19th century. Sip coffee in one of the many outdoor cafés as you watch the world go by in this vibrant seaside capital.

Mahé, Seychelles
Mahé, the largest island of the Seychelles, was named for Mahé de Labourdonnais, a governor of Mauritius. It is the location of Port Victoria, the capital city. Ringed by steep and magnificent mountains, few capitals can claim a more beautiful backdrop. The nearby reefs and pristine marine national parks are a snorkeler’s paradise

Salalah, Oman
The Sultanate of Oman is situated on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, neighboring Saudi Arabia and Yemen. In 1970, the son of Sultan Said bin Taimur overthrew his father's government and renamed the nation the Sultanate of Oman. During the Persian Gulf War, Oman served as a landing base for the allied forces. Salalah is gateway for visitors to explore the site of "Jebel Qarra," fabled to be the tomb of the biblical Job.

Muscat, Oman
Muscat is the capital of Oman, a sovereign country. Muscat has been important since the 6th century BC, when Persians controlled the port. It was under Portuguese domination from 1508 to 1650, and subsequently the Iranians gained control of the city. Muscat became the capital of independent Muscat and Oman in 1741- the country’s name was changed to just Oman in 1970. Muscat offers a number of exciting excursions including dolphin watching and off-road desert adventures.

Al Khasab, Oman
This ‘Norway of Arabia’ has steep cliffs rising from the water that evoke the northern fjords. While here, delight in discovering historical treasures like the Khasab Fort, built by the Portuguese in the 17th century and today home to an excellent ethnographic museum, the 16th-century Bukha Fort and the impressive Kmazera Castle. Looking out across the Strait of Hormuz, take in a vista of fishing boats, wooden dhows and the occasional bottlenose dolphin frolicking in the pristine water.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Located in the northeast United Arab Emirates, bustling Dubai attracts visitors with its international facilities and exotic, yet cosmopolitan lifestyle. Known as the Hong Kong of Arabia, Dubai’s modern duty-free shopping malls and traditional souks offer some of the best bargains in the world on such luxury items as gold jewelry and designer creations. For a more historic outing, visitors can explore the museum at Al Fahidi Fort or venture out into the Old Quarter of Bastakia.

Doha, Qatar
Preserving traditions in the face of rapid modernization, the bustling port city of Doha offers a bevy of fascinating attractions. Wander the bustling Souq Waqif, a modern evolution of an ancient Bedouin market. Take in the stunning National Museum of Qatar, Doha’s newest architectural gem that seems to grow out of the landscape like a desert rose. After admiring the treasures of the Museum of Islamic Art, look for Doha’s famed pearl monument as you stroll the crescent-shaped Corniche.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The discovery of oil in 1958 transformed this rural backwater into a modern metropolis with the highest per-capita income in the world. Today, Abu Dhabi boasts extraordinary sky scrapers, shopping malls, top quality hotels, tree-lined boulevards and picturesque gardens, while still maintaining a subtle Arabian mystique. Sail the lovely Gulf waters and numerous islands surrounding the city in a traditional dhow; tour heritage Village, a living museum where artisans ply their traditional crafts; or shop the central souk area for gold and Bedouin silver jewelry.

Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
Fujairah is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, on the Gulf of Oman. Fujairah is the only Emirate of the U.A.E. that is almost totally mountainous, surrounded by the ruggedly majestic Hajar Mountains. Dana Plaza offers shopping in the souks, while excursions include dune drives, camel safaris and a voyage to the region’s only fjord, Musandam Fjords.

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Archeological excavations have revealed 5,000 years of civilization on Jeddah’s land, but it’s a blend of old and new that makes Saudi Arabia’s 'bride of the Red Sea' so appealing. Explore the narrow medieval alleys of the old town (Al Balad), built from blocks of Red Sea coral. Wander the ancient stalls of the bustling Souq Al Alawi, the Kingdom's most extensive bazaar. People-watch along the Corniche, a seafront promenade lined with lush green landscaping, cafes, piers and iconic King Fahd’s Fountain over a mixed-rice-and-meat-meal of kabsa, the national dish of Saudi Arabia.

Luxor (Safaga), Egypt
Cross the Nile to the famed Valley of the Kings and the magnificent tomb of Tutankhamen and the huge mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Take a jeep safari into the desert to a Bedouin settlement for sweet tea and flatbread and enjoy the dramatic beauty of the sunset over the sands. Buy lovely hand-painted papyrus copies of tomb paintings, mother-of-pearl inlaid boxes, alabaster trinkets, jewelry, and replicas of ancient artifacts. Enjoy sizzling lamb dishes, falafel, and myriad other Middle Eastern and Egyptian specialties.

Aqaba, Jordan
Aqaba, in southwestern Jordan, is the only seaport of Jordan. It is also our gateway to Petra, which dates back to perhaps 7000 BC and was one of the earliest known farming communities in the Middle East. The town was built out of solid red rock and features intricate carvings. It was once the capital of the flourishing Nabataean civilization that stretched from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea. Enter the site through a half-mile long chasm and come face-to-face with the magnificent Treasury, Petra’s ancient masterpiece.

Santorini, Greece
With dramatic views of classic whitewashed houses clinging perilously to the side of the caldera and stunning beaches of white and red sand or black pebbles, it’s no wonder this may be the most photographed scenery in the world. Visit Ancient Akrotiri, the archeological site of a town frozen in time by ash from an eruption 3,600 years ago. Also worth a day trip is the Volcano of Santorini Palea (old) Kameni and Nea (new) Kameni , two small islands of black lava positioned in the centre of the basin of Santorini.

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey
Europe’s classical metropolis, Ephesus, was one of the largest cities in all of the Roman Empire, boasting one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis. Explore the ruins of its massive Theater, the Temple of Hadrian and the magnificent Celsus Library.

Athens (Piraeus), Greece
Piraeus is the gateway to the ancient city of Athens, known as the “Cradle of Western Civilization” because of its immense impact on cultural and political achievements throughout the world. Due mainly to tourism and the 2004 Olympics, Greece has redeveloped many sites in Athens. A historian’s delight, Athens is home to such magnificent wonders as: the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the atmospheric winding streets of the Plaka, Temple of Olympian Zeus and Temple of Athena Nike, and the Archaeological Museum with the world’s finest collection of ancient artifacts.

Mykonos, Greece
Steeped in Greek mythological history, Mykonos was named after Apollo’s grandson, Mykons, and was the location of the grand battle between Zeus and the Gigantes. Today, this island is one of Greece’s most adored destinations due to its picture- postcard setting and growing nightlife. Mykonos is a superb example of Cycladic architecture, and by law even new buildings have to be built in the same style of whitewashed, organic, cube-like buildings. Be sure to plan a day trip to take in picturesque Little Venice, the unique Paraportiani church, and the archeological dig at Delos.

Gythion, Greece
Once the seaport of Sparta, Gythion welcomes visitors with a beautiful coastline and white sand beaches. Near the entrance of the city is the Theatre, which still houses the ruins of the Temple of Athena and the Gates of Castorides. The Archaeological Museum of Gythion has a vast collection that includes finds from excavations of the many ancient sites throughout the city. Be sure to enjoy a delicious seafood lunch al fresco in a traditional ouzerie.

Corfu, Greece
Legendary Corfu is a lush and romantic island, written about by Homer in his famous Odyssey. The island’s history is full of battles, indicative of Corfu’s turbulent position that lasted until modern times with unification with modern Greece in 1864. Corfu offers a combination of cosmopolitan and time-honored Greece. As well as a flower-strewn countryside and Adriatic-style villages, Corfu has splendid coastal scenery and some excellent secluded beaches.

Taormina (Sicily), Italy
Naxos is gateway to the island of Sicily’s strategically significant northeastern region. From this port city, it is a short transfer to Taormina, resting 820 feet above the sea and overlooking imposing Mount Etna. In the early 20th century, Taormina became a colony for expatriate artists and writers, including D H Lawrence. Highlights of any tour of this city would include the remarkably preserved Roman-style Greek Theater, whose acoustics are still appreciated in performances today; the splendid 15th century Palazzo Corvaia; and the Odeon, a small Imperial Age theater set amidst colorful public gardens.

Salerno, Italy
As is true of the rest of the Amalfi Coast, this city boasts beautiful vistas, charming open-air cafés and captivating landmarks with historic roots. One example is Duomo di Salerno, an absolute must see for lovers of art, history and architecture. This Italian cathedral showcases an impressive design, powerful frescoes and melodious mosaics spanning the centuries as far back as the 11th century, when it was built by the Normans.

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
Whether enjoying the street performers at the Spanish Steps and people-watching over a fine glass of wine in colorful Trastevere, or taking in the historical and architectural glory that is Rome, visitors are spoiled for choice in this truly Eternal City. St. Peter’s Basilica is a full-day outing, featuring the Sistine Chapel and panoramic city vistas for those willing to climb to the top of the dome. Other landmarks not to miss include the renowned Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, and Aventine Hill, which provides you with a grand view of the imposing remains of the Imperial Palaces and the Circus Maximus, of Ben Hur fame.

Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity Arrive Depart
12/02 Port Louis, Mauritius 5:00 PM
13/02 At sea - -
14/02 Nosy Boraha, Madagascar 7:00 AM 2:30 PM
15/02 Antsiranana, Madagascar 11:00 AM 7:00 PM
16/02 Nosy Be, Madagascar 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
17/02 At sea - -
18/02 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 10:00 AM
19/02 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 8:00 PM
20/02 At sea - -
21/02 At sea - -
22/02 Toliara, Madagascar 10:00 AM 7:00 PM
23/02 At sea - -
24/02 Richards Bay, South Africa 11:30 AM
25/02 Richards Bay, South Africa 5:00 PM
26/02 At sea - -
27/02 Mossel Bay, South Africa 7:00 AM 2:15 PM
28/02 Cape Town, South Africa 6:30 AM 5:00 PM
01/03 At sea - -
02/03 Port Elizabeth South Africa 7:00 AM 2:00 PM
03/03 Durban, South Africa 2:00 PM
04/03 Durban, South Africa 2:00 PM
05/03 Maputo, Mozambique 12:00 PM 5:00 PM
06/03 At sea - -
07/03 At sea - -
08/03 Mayotte, Comoro Islands 11:30 AM 7:30 PM
09/03 Nosy Be, Madagascar 10:00 AM 6:00 PM
10/03 At sea - -
11/03 Mahe, Seychelles 2:00 PM
12/03 Mahe, Seychelles 4:00 PM
13/03 At sea - -
14/03 At sea - -
15/03 At sea - -
16/03 Salalah, Oman 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
17/03 At sea - -
18/03 Muscat, Oman 12:00 PM 8:00 PM
19/03 Khasab, Oman 12:00 PM 8:00 PM
20/03 Dubai, UAE 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
21/03 Doha,Qatar 10:30 AM 9:30 PM
22/03 Abu Dhabi, UAE 11:00 AM 10:00 PM
23/03 Dubai, UAE 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
24/03 Khasab, Oman 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
25/03 Fujairah, United Arab Emirates 7:00 AM 1:00 PM
26/03 At sea - -
27/03 Salalah, Oman 11:30 AM 8:30 PM
28/03 At sea - -
29/03 At sea - -
30/03 At sea - -
31/03 Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
01/04 At sea - -
02/04 Safaga (Luxor) 6:00 AM
03/04 Safaga (Luxor) 9:00 PM
04/04 Aqaba, Jordan 10:30 AM 11:59 PM
05/04 At sea - -
05/04 At sea - -
06/04 At sea - -
07/04 Santorini, Greece 8:00 AM 9:00 PM
08/04 Kusadasi, Turkey 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
09/04 Athens (Piraeus) Greece 5:30 AM 10:00 PM
10/04 Mykonos, Greece 7:00 AM 7:00 PM
11/04 Santorini, Greece 7:00 AM 7:00 PM
12/04 Gythion, Greece 7:00 AM 4:00 PM
13/04 Corfu, Greece 10:00 AM 5:00 PM
14/04 Taormina, Sicily 9:30 AM 6:00 PM
15/04 Salerno,Italy 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
16/04 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 6:00 AM 8:00 PM
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

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