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Cruises from Dubai

Dubai is one of the world’s most stunning destinations, a sophisticated and prosperous city that embodies modernity. The skyline boasts an abundance of impressive skyscrapers and futuristic buildings with some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Dubai is the shopping Mecca of the Middle-East, offering anything from designer boutiques to traditional gold, spices and perfumes in the famous Souk district. To escape the hectic pace in the city, there are several family resorts, Al-Mamzar Park (a landscaped green space with sandy white beaches and a great play area for children), Dubai Zoo and inland desert safaris. There will never be a dull moment in this incredible city.

Cruises from Dubai stop at destinations such as Abu Dhabi, Khor al Fakkan, Muscat, Khasab.

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates is known as the “richest city in the world” and represents Arabian luxury. Take an excursion to see the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, the Emirates Palace hotel, see an open-air museum called Heritage Village that recreates traditional Arabian desert life and of course shop shop shop! The beach town Khor al Fakkan offers sun-kissed beaches, scuba diving/snorkelling or trekking through the uninhabited mountains to see the Al Wurrayah waterfall. The walled city of Muscat is the largest city in Oman, which borders United Arab Emirates to the northwest and Saudi Arabia to the west. Visit the Grand Mosque with the largest woven prayer carpet (4,200 square-metres), core market districts for traditional gifts and desert safaris in the mountains. Lastly stop at Khasab, built around a natural harbor, which gives shelter from the sea and marvel at the majestic fjords of Khasab while learning about the lives of fishermen in this town.

Caribbean cruises

If you’re dreaming of a cruise in the Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Hawaii or cruises in the American waters, look no further. From 3 day to 10 days+ cruises, there is something for every taste. Popular departure ports for Caribbean cruises include Fort Lauderdale and Miami in Florida and Texas or New York on the east coast.

Mediterranean Cruises

There is a plethora of choices when considering a cruise in the magnificent Mediterranean. Whether you want to explore the West Med from Italy, France, Spain and Tunisia there are departures throughout the year some popular ports with the best flight prices from South Africa departing from Venice, Genoa, Civitavecchia (Rome) and Barcelona. East Med cruises include exciting destinations such as Italy, Turkey, Croatia, Montenegro and the Greek islands.

Cruises from South Africa

Prepare to be mesmerised by South Africa’s beautiful coastline with long stretches of white sand, iconic heritage sites and magical African sunsets. Cruises from South Africa’s main departure points are Durban, situated on the east coast and Cape Town in the South.

Durban, city of King Shaka and bunny chows have year-long tropical summer temperatures which makes it an ideal holiday destination. This bustling port city offers cruises off the east coast of South Africa. Cruises to the Portuguese islands and 4 nights + to Maputo or Inhaca as well. If you feel like cruising for longer, there are 7 night cruises to Madagascar and Mauritius.

If you want to sip trendy cocktails while watching the sun set over world-famous Table Mountain, you have to try a cruise from this cosmopolitan city of the South. Cape Town offers cruises to the Walvis Bay and Luderitz in Nambia, with several local options that go to Mosselbay, Port Elizabeth and Durban. You could even go on a cruise to nowhere to have the cruise experience at a low cost. There are some selected international longer cruises from Cape Town as well as to Europe or Asia.

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