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Set Sail on Tuesday, April 14, 2020
*Surcharges may apply
Cape Town is situated beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city, the busy harbour & boats heading for Robben Island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, which is now a living museum.Day 2: At Sea
Let the luxury and adventure continue onboard! Spend your day lazing by the sprawling pools, impressing the thrill-seekers with endless family-friendly activities, indulging your tastebuds at the elaborate dining district, sipping cocktails at the chic bars and being amazed as you relish world-class live entertainment. There is so much to see and do onboard, you’ll be begging for more days at sea!Day 3: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Port Elizabeth situated along Algoa Bay in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province. A major port, it's also known for its numerous beaches. The Donkin Heritage Trail takes in the Old Hill neighbourhood's Victorian landmarks. Coastal boat tours spot whales & rare seabirds. Kragga Kamma Game Park is a small reserve within the Nelson Mandela Bay is home to elephants, rhinos, other big game & also offers cheetah encounters!Day 4: At Sea
Let the luxury and adventure continue onboard! Spend your day lazing by the sprawling pools, impressing the thrill-seekers with endless family-friendly activities, indulging your tastebuds at the elaborate dining district, sipping cocktails at the chic bars and being amazed as you relish world-class live entertainment. There is so much to see and do onboard, you’ll be begging for more days at sea!Day 5: Durban, South Africa
Durban is South Africa’s third-largest city and the continent’s largest port. Durban’s expansive beachfront on the eastern edge of the centre has one of the city’s busiest concentrations of restaurants, a surfeit of tacky family entertainment. Visit the bazaars, alleyways and mosques that make up the Indian area around Dr Yusuf Dadoo Street.Day 6-8: At Sea
Let the luxury and adventure continue onboard! Spend your day lazing by the sprawling pools, impressing the thrill-seekers with endless family-friendly activities, indulging your tastebuds at the elaborate dining district, sipping cocktails at the chic bars and being amazed as you relish world-class live entertainment. There is so much to see and do onboard, you’ll be begging for more days at sea!Day 9: Pointe Des Galets, Reunion
The Pointe des Galets is a cape in the north-west of the island of Réunion, heading on the Indian Ocean. It is now entirely occupied by the town centre of Le Port. This volcanic island offers stunning beaches to the west of the island, with rainforest & mountains covering the rest of the island.Day 10-11: Port Louis, Mauritius
Port Louis is the capital city of Mauritius. Known for its French colonial architecture and the 19th-century Champ de Mars horse-racing track. The Caudan Waterfront is a lively dining and shopping precinct. Nearby, vendors sell local produce and handicrafts at the huge Central Market. The Blue Penny Museum focuses on the island’s colonial and maritime history & culture.Day 12-13: At Sea
Victoria is one of the smallest & youngest capital cities in the world; founded as late as 1770. Its original colonial style can still be seen in the Palace of Justice & the Clock Tower of the Roundabout, a reduced-scale Big Ben. Visit the Victoria Botanical Garden it spans six hectares of land and is home to the Aldabra giant tortoises. Don’t miss out on the bazaar, a market offering typical local products. Have a local cocktail, at the Pirate’s Arms: located at the top of a hill, it is the most famous bar of the entire archipelago. Go on an excursion to the Sainte Anne Marine National Park, which covers six islands.Day 16 -22: At Sea
Aqaba has been inhabited since 4000 B.C., located on the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea. Filled with countless beach resorts, the area is popular for water sports and home to incredible reef structures for scuba divers.Day 24-25: Suez Canal, Egypt
The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean and Red Sea and was built by the Suez Canal Company back in 1869. It is one of the great innovations that has lasted into the modern world.Day 26: At Sea
This quaint little seaside town on the Ionian Sea is the gateway to Ancient Olympia, where Greek mythology was born and the first Olympiad was held. You may still be able to hear the distant echoes of the ancient Greeks cheering as you tour the ruins of one of the most important and exciting sanctuaries of antiquity.Day 28: Kotor, Montenegro
Welcome to this beautiful port town in Montenegro. Gaze upon terracotta roofs, clear waters and fresh local seafood right by the sea. This is the perfect destination to sit back and relax amongst the towering mountains of Montenegro.Day 29: Split, Croatia
This Mediterranean city on the eastern shores of the Adriatic has a long and eventful history dating back to the awesome Diocletian’s Palace (circa 295 A.D.) in the centre of the city. Split offers cruise guests a wealth of exciting places to visit, from the majestic cathedral and marble streets in the centre of town to the harbour area with its cafe-filled promenades and views of coastal mountains.Day 30: Venice, Italy
You could start a discussion about Venice by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches or blown glass. But you probably won’t. You’ll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways. There’s no more of an extraordinary place to find yourself, or lose yourself.
Dreaming of elegant interiors, ultimate relaxation, stunning vistas and endless activities on your doorstep? Look no further than the majestic MSC Orchestra! Wake up each morning in your stunning suite with plush bedding, a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, minibar, air-conditioning, a chic bathroom with bathtub and private balcony for soaking up the sprawling ocean views before you. For those seeking rejuvenation, book in at the Body & Mind Spa where you’ll soak in Turkish baths and indulge in a hypnotic massage. Active cruisers will love the onboard Sports Centre complete with 5 rambling pools, a jogging track and fully-equipped gymnasium. Embark on a culinary journey fit for royalty with world-class Chinese, Italian and more. After dark, delight in first-rate live performances or try your luck at the Palm Beach Casino. With a Jungle Adventure playroom and Teen’s Club, MSC Orchestra will amaze all.
Prices shown are in Australian Dollars and are per person, based on twin share. Prices are subject to availability and subject to change until reservation is confirmed. Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice. Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing. Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking. . All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. Airfares are currently out of system range and are not published at this time – airfares in this package are based off 2018 pricing and scheduling. Once the airfares are released in the system within date range, your consultant will contact you in regards to pricing fluctuation if any, along with correct date and flight information. Oceaniew advertised pricing is based off MSC Bella experinence with obstructed ocean view window. Note when upgrading to Fantastica experinece, this may not come with cabin number due to group allocation.
Please check Visa requirements for all countries visited on this itinerary.
China, Russia, India, Canada and the USA require visas to be arranged prior to sailing for all Australian passport holders.
For Non-Australian passport holders please check with the appropriate embassy.
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