90-NT Grand Africa Voyage

from R915,360 pps

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  • Barcelona to Barcelona
  • 30 November 2024 - 28 February 2025

Up to $2000 onboard spending money. Terms & Conditions Apply.

Cruise on board Seabourn Sojourn from Barcelona to Barcelona for 90 nights.

Explore in-depth with extended stays in many ports and overnight stays in some of the world’s most iconic, historical and picturesque cities. Overnight stays are in Zanzibar, Victoria (Seychelles); Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Walvis Bay and Casablanca.

Cruise Itinerary

Barcelona 30-11-2024
Palma de Mallorca 01-12-2024
Tangier, Morocco 03-12-2024
Mindelo 08-12-2024
Praia, Ilha de Santiago, Cape Verde 09-12-2024
Abidjan, Ivory Coast 14-12-2024
Takoradi, Ghana 15-12-2024
Bom Bom Island, Sao Tome and Princi 18-12-2024
Crossing the Equator 19-12-2024
Luanda, Angola 21-12-2024
Lobito, Angola 22-12-2024
Cape Town 27-12-2024
Maputo, Mozambique 31-12-2024
Ilha de Mocambique, Mozambique 03-01-2025
Zanzibar, Tanzania 05-01-2025
Zanzibar, Tanzania 06-01-2025
Zanzibar, Tanzania 07-01-2025
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 08-02-2025
Port Victoria, Seychelles 12-01-2025
Port Victoria, Seychelles 13-01-2025
Praslin, Seychelles 14-01-2025
Nosy Be, Madagascar 17-01-2025
Mamoudzou, Mayotte 18-01-2025
Durban 22-01-2025
Port Elizabeth 24-01-2025
Port Elizabeth 25-01-2025
Mossel Bay 26-01-2025
Cape Town 28-01-2025
Cape Town 29-01-2025
Luderitz, Namibia 31-01-2025
Walvis Bay 01-02-2025
Walvis Bay 02-02-2025
Crossing the Equator 07-02-2025
Cotonou, Benin 09-02-2025
Lome, Togo 10-02-2025
Banjul, Gambia 15-02-2025
Dakar, Senegal 16-02-2025
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria 19-02-2025
Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain 20-02-2025
Casablanca 22-02-2025
Casablanca 23-02-2025
Melilla, Spain 26-02-2025
Barcelona 28-02-2025
Barcelona

Barcelona Embark: 30 November 2024

Delve into the Picasso Museum or Miró Foundation. Explore the genius of Gaudí too, as you survey the city from Parc Güell, witness the extraordinary Casa Mila and Casa Batlló, and marvel at his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. After all that sight-seeing a shady spot in one of Barcelona's numerous cafés provides the perfect vantage point for watching the colourful street performers on Las Ramblas.
Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca In Port: 1 December 2024

Arriving in Mallorca's capital, Palma, you'll find a vibrant city of boutiques, cafés and markets in medieval lanes, all under the watchful gaze of its immense and photogenic gothic sandstone cathedral. Beyond Palma, the island's gorgeous coast shelters beautiful coves, calm harbours and the lavish villas of the rich and famous.
Tangier, Morocco

Tangier, Morocco In Port: 3 December 2024

Situated just across the narrow Strait of Gibraltar from Europe, Tangier has long comprised a hybrid culture that is nearly as European as it is African. Standing atop Cap Spartel, one can gaze down on the place where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. The “Hollywood” district where the foreign embassies have traditionally been located reflects the European influence.
Mindelo

Mindelo In Port: 8 December 2024

Bustling Mindelo is a picturesque port-city consisting of a mixture of cobbled streets and brightly coloured colonial buildings, with the majestic Mount Verde overseeing all. Home to nearly the entirety of the island's population the city is hailed as the cultural hub of Cape Verde. You might even be lucky enough to experience one of the City's celebrated and numerous vibrant carnivals.
Praia, Ilha de Santiago, Cape Verde

Praia, Ilha de Santiago, Cape Verde In Port: 9 December 2024

Santiago is the largest of the Cape Verde islands, and nearly half the nation’s population lives on the island. Originally volcanic, Santiago is unusually fertile, and agriculture is an important part of the islands’ economy. The Cape Verde Islands only won their independence from Portugal in 1974, following a violent revolution.
Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Abidjan, Ivory Coast In Port: 14 December 2024

The skyscrapers that shape the skyline of Abidjan tell only part of the story of this boom-and-bust West African capital. Africa’s modern showplace has also suffered internal strife that decimated its aspirational economy.
Takoradi, Ghana

Takoradi, Ghana In Port: 15 December 2024

Takoradi is a very important and busy West African seaport on Ghana’s Cape Coast, a main transport depot for container ships and oil tankers. Two of the main tourist sites near Takoradi are the village of Nzulemo and the old Portuguese slave depots called “castles.”
Bom Bom Island, Sao Tome and Princi

Bom Bom Island, Sao Tome and Princi In Port: 18 December 2024

Bom Bom Island is an islet located near the Nort coat of the Island of Principe, a place is exceptional and rare beauty that takes guests on a captivating journey to the origins of Equatorial Africa.
Crossing the Equator

Crossing the Equator Cruise by: 19 December 2024

If you are a “pollywog,” who has never crossed the line at sea, you will be expected to undergo a mock trial by King Neptune and his court for the entertainment of the “shellbacks” who have already done so. Mild but hilarious indignities will be conjured, and in the end a good time will be had by most, if not all.
Luanda, Angola

Luanda, Angola In Port: 21 December 2024

Luanda looks to be booming. Development and construction is fueled by extractive industries such as petroleum and diamonds. However over half the city’s residents live in poverty. It has for several years dominated the chart of the most expensive cities in the world for expatriates, outstripping such notorious places as Hong Kong and London.
Lobito, Angola

Lobito, Angola In Port: 22 December 2024

Lobito is located on the Atlantic Coast north of the Catumbela Estuary.
Cape Town

Cape Town In Port: 27 December 2024

Not only is Cape Town one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but it is also surrounded by magnificent beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day savour an awe inspiring cable car ride up Table Mountain. Perhaps make the poignant tour of Robben Island or take a cultural trip to Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.
Maputo, Mozambique

Maputo, Mozambique In Port: 31 December 2024

With its blend of African, Portuguese, and Arab cultures, this port offers visitors a wealth of sights, sounds and experiences to explore.
Ilha de Mocambique, Mozambique

Ilha de Mocambique, Mozambique In Port: 3 January 2025

This small, narrow coral island a couple of miles off the mainland in the Mozambique Channel looks unimpressive from a distance. But for centuries it was one of the most important trading ports on Africa’s Swahili Coast. The Indian Ocean dhow flocked here to trade in gold, ivory, spices and slaves.
Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania In Port: 5 January 2025

Zanzibar is a heaven for water sports activities such as swimming, snorkeling, diving with lots of luminous fish or just grazing over nearby coral gardens and pods of dolphins frolic offshore.
Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania In Port: 6 January 2025

Zanzibar is a heaven for water sports activities such as swimming, snorkeling, diving with lots of luminous fish or just grazing over nearby coral gardens and pods of dolphins frolic offshore.
Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania In Port: 7 January 2025

Zanzibar is a heaven for water sports activities such as swimming, snorkeling, diving with lots of luminous fish or just grazing over nearby coral gardens and pods of dolphins frolic offshore.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania In Port: 8 February 2025

“Dar” is a large city with over four million people, but manages a laid-back atmosphere in keeping with its Indian Ocean setting. It is the business hub of Tanzania.
Port Victoria, Seychelles

Port Victoria, Seychelles In Port: 12 January 2025

A quaint and pretty town, it is home to a third of the Seychelles' population. Authentic produce can be found in abundance in the open-air bazaars such as Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market which sells locally-grown teas and spices, as well as beautiful coral trinkets and jewellery.
Port Victoria, Seychelles

Port Victoria, Seychelles In Port: 13 January 2025

A quaint and pretty town, it is home to a third of the Seychelles' population. Authentic produce can be found in abundance in the open-air bazaars such as Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market which sells locally-grown teas and spices, as well as beautiful coral trinkets and jewellery.
Praslin, Seychelles

Praslin, Seychelles In Port: 14 January 2025

This idyllic island in the archipelago of the Seychelles was once thought to be the mythic Eden, largely because of the Valle de Mai forest of huge and ancient Coco de Mer palms, whose immense fronds can roof an entire house.
Nosy Be, Madagascar

Nosy Be, Madagascar In Port: 17 January 2025

Immerse yourself in Madasgascar's largest and most popular destination, Nosy Be. This "Big Island" off the northwest coast is famous for its natural splendor and Ylang Ylang trees that make up a major part of the local economy. Spend the day hanging out with lemurs and chameleons at the Lokobe Reserve. Indulge in local cuisine like the diverse and delectable variations of Laoka.
Mamoudzou, Mayotte

Mamoudzou, Mayotte In Port: 18 January 2025

Mayotte is an overseas department and region of France, consisting of one vaguely seahorse-shaped island (Grand-Terre) a smaller one (Petite-Terre) and a few satellite islets in the Indian Ocean among the Comoros Islands archipelago off Africa’s eastern coast.
Durban

Durban In Port: 22 January 2025

Durban is an attractive city, whose long beach front and glass buildings look out onto the Indian Ocean. Inland, spectacular landscapes and Africa’s unique wildlife are waiting to captivate you. Durban resides on the edge of the KwaZulu-Natal province, and it could be the springboard for an adventure inland to experience the stunning scenery and rich local customs. One excursion could whisk you into the evocatively named Valley of a Thousand Hills, with its rippled ridges and green slopes in the heart of Zulu country. There you can pay a visit to a cultural village for traditional demonstrations of beadwork, spear making, drumming and dancing. Durban can be thought of as South Africa’s Riviera, basking as it does in a pleasant subtropical climate. Its enticing beachfront, known as the ‘Golden Mile,’ actually offers over three and a half miles of sandy shore where surfers and swimmers flock to waters warmed by the Mozambique Current.
Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth In Port: 24 January 2025

Vast, vibrant Port Elizabeth stretches along Algoa Bay in the Eastern Cape. Discover the city's rich architectural heritage in Market Square, enjoy the beautiful local beaches, or look for the 'Big Five' (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros) at Shamwari Game Reserve.
Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth In Port: 25 January 2025

Vast, vibrant Port Elizabeth stretches along Algoa Bay in the Eastern Cape. Discover the city's rich architectural heritage in Market Square, enjoy the beautiful local beaches, or look for the 'Big Five' (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros) at Shamwari Game Reserve.
Mossel Bay

Mossel Bay In Port: 26 January 2025

When you step on the dock in Mossel Bay you’ll be following in the footsteps of 15th century Europeans; this is where they first made landfall on South African soil. The Bay of Attraction, as it is often called, Mossel Bay offers almost 40 miles of wide, sandy beaches and at least 300 days of sunshine.
Cape Town

Cape Town In Port: 28 January 2025

Not only is Cape Town one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but it is also surrounded by magnificent beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day savour an awe inspiring cable car ride up Table Mountain. Perhaps make the poignant tour of Robben Island or take a cultural trip to Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.
Cape Town

Cape Town In Port: 29 January 2025

Not only is Cape Town one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but it is also surrounded by magnificent beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day savour an awe inspiring cable car ride up Table Mountain. Perhaps make the poignant tour of Robben Island or take a cultural trip to Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.
Luderitz, Namibia

Luderitz, Namibia In Port: 31 January 2025

In 1883, a German businessman, Adolf Luderitz, purchased a parcel of land enclosing a small bay for purposes of speculation. The so-called Skeleton Coast had limited potential in many ways, being largely made up of the shifting sands of the Namib Desert.
Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay In Port: 1 February 2025

The 'Diamond of Africa' is a country of stark beauty and contrasting landscapes. It is home to the world’s oldest desert, the world’s highest sand dunes, and a diversity of people that have created an intriguing blend of cultures and traditions. Found between the sand dunes of the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, the large natural lagoon of Walvis Bays is home to prolific birdlife.
Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay In Port: 2 February 2025

The 'Diamond of Africa' is a country of stark beauty and contrasting landscapes. It is home to the world’s oldest desert, the world’s highest sand dunes, and a diversity of people that have created an intriguing blend of cultures and traditions. Found between the sand dunes of the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, the large natural lagoon of Walvis Bays is home to prolific birdlife.
Crossing the Equator

Crossing the Equator Cruise by: 7 February 2025

If you are a “pollywog,” who has never crossed the line at sea, you will be expected to undergo a mock trial by King Neptune and his court for the entertainment of the “shellbacks” who have already done so. Mild but hilarious indignities will be conjured, and in the end a good time will be had by most, if not all.
Cotonou, Benin

Cotonou, Benin In Port: 9 February 2025

Cotonou is a busy port that serves both Benin and neighboring Togo. Although Porto-Novo is officially Benin’s capital, Cotonou is the economic heart of the nation, which stretches northward inland from the Bight of Benin. T
Lome, Togo

Lome, Togo In Port: 10 February 2025

Like much of West Africa, Togo is a result of European colonial disruption of long-standing African kingdoms. Togo’s long, thin territory reflects its history as a trade franchise for Germany, which controlled the coastline and plundered the interior.
Banjul, Gambia

Banjul, Gambia In Port: 15 February 2025

Situated on an island where the Atlantic Ocean and Gambia River converge, Banjul is the country's capital city that's bustling with commerce centered around the region's natural resources.
Dakar, Senegal

Dakar, Senegal In Port: 16 February 2025

One of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan African cities, the Senegalese capital bears many visual reminders of its past as a French colonial outpost. Despite the Parisian-style boulevards and buildings, however, there is a distinctly African feel to the city. The common language is French, although many citizens may also speak as many as five or six ethnic languages, since the whole coast of West Africa has been steeped in a heritage of mutual trade for centuries. Among the many sights and sounds greeting visitors, none is more evocative and sobering than a visit to Goree Island and its House of Slaves. This fortress, just offshore of the city waterfront, displays many reminders of the brutal trade in human beings, including an unimposing doorway, set just above the waterline in the seaside wall, identified simply as the “Door of No Return.”
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

Las Palmas, Gran Canaria In Port: 19 February 2025

Las Palmas is a large Spanish city, which just happens to be on the island of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. That fact adds the exotic, slightly African and international flavour to the place. It played an important part in the early exploration and exploitation of Africa and the New World, some of which is recounted in the Casa de Colon Museum. Columbus may have slept there, but it was never his house. It was actually the mansion of early governors. Other museums of note are the Museo Canaria with a number of Cro Magnon skulls, and the fascinating Elder Museum of Science and Technology.
Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain

Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain In Port: 20 February 2025

Lanzarote is a treat for all the senses. From artistic wonders to natural beauties, the Lanzarote brims with culture, adventure and glorious sunshine. Enjoy a number of the most beautiful destinations…Fancy tucking into some mezze at a waterfront café? Or sunbathing on Lanzarote’s best beaches? The sky’s the limit on a Lanzarote cruise holiday.
Casablanca

Casablanca In Port: 22 February 2025

Welcome to cosmopolitan Casa, a name synonymous with North African mystique. Explore its busy bazaar in search of leather, ceramic and wooden souvenirs then wind down the scenic Corniche promenade which arcs along the coast. It leads to the stunning Hassan II Mosque, rising in smooth marble from a rocky outcrop crowned by a majestic 210-metre minaret.
Casablanca

Casablanca In Port: 23 February 2025

Welcome to cosmopolitan Casa, a name synonymous with North African mystique. Explore its busy bazaar in search of leather, ceramic and wooden souvenirs then wind down the scenic Corniche promenade which arcs along the coast. It leads to the stunning Hassan II Mosque, rising in smooth marble from a rocky outcrop crowned by a majestic 210-metre minaret.
Melilla, Spain

Melilla, Spain In Port: 26 February 2025

Melilla is one of Spain’s two enclaves on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, a remnant of the colonial past. As a pocket of Europe on the African continent, its border is rather heavily watched.
Barcelona

Barcelona Disembark: 28 February 2025

Delve into the Picasso Museum or Miró Foundation. Explore the genius of Gaudí too, as you survey the city from Parc Güell, witness the extraordinary Casa Mila and Casa Batlló, and marvel at his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. After all that sight-seeing a shady spot in one of Barcelona's numerous cafés provides the perfect vantage point for watching the colourful street performers on Las Ramblas.
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Seabourn Sojourn

Seabourn Sojourn enchants her guests with an array of public areas scaled to encourage a relaxed sociability. One of the most unusual features of Seabourn Sojourn and her sisters is Seabourn Square, an ingenious “living room” that replaces the traditional cruise ship lobby with a welcoming lounge filled with easy chairs, sofas and cocktail tables. An enclave in its centre houses knowledgeable concierges discreetly seated at individual desks.

Seabourn Sojourn at sunrise – Inian Islands, Alaska

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