SOUTH AFRICA & SAFARI OPTIONS

South Africa, “the world in one country”, is calling. Seize the opportunity for adventure with fellow Scientific American readers. Cruise the coast of South Africa round trip Cape Town. Explore the diverse cultures, history, wildlife, and food and wine that contribute to the country’s story.

While at sea, get the latest in science from our exclusive Scientific American speakers. In our ports of call (Port Elizabeth, Richards Bay, Durban, East London, and Cape Town) you’ll have ample time to pursue your passions. View game in many settings in superb game parks and private reserves. Learn about the difficult and poignant history that culminated in the rebirth of South Africa. Enjoy the distinct food traditions and modern fusion of African, Asian, and European flavors along our route. Fabulous wines and craft beers, art museums and galleries, kayaking and hiking can all add sparkling moments to your trip.

Make plans now to absorb science and sunshine, wildlife and cultural immersion with Scientific American Travel. Please join us!

MICATO SAFARIS — OPTIONAL ADD ON

Embark on an exhilarating expedition through South Africa’s most breathtaking landscapes with Micato Safaris. Click here for more info.


PRICING & GENERAL INFO.

Cruise prices vary from $2,499 pp for an Interior Stateroom to $8,199 pp for the Owner’s Suite, per person (pp) based on double occupancy. For those attending our SEMINARS, there is a $1,575 fee. For detailed info and pictures of our ship, please visit the CABIN & SHIP INFO tab. For the cruise itinerary please review our SCHEDULE and/or MAP. Add’l pp fees: gov’t taxes and fees ($297), a non-refundable Booking Service Fee ($150), and tour leader gratuities ($10 pp per day). All prices and fees are detailed on the PRICING & TERMS tab. Use our PRICING CALCULATOR for a quick price quote.

Encounter exotic wildlife and astounding cultural diversity. Embrace ubuntu, the sense of community in Port Elizabeth. Embark on an animal encounter at Addo Elephant Park and unearth sprawling wilderness on a safari excursion from Richards Bay. Wind your way past Victorian architecture and ornate mosques in Durban before a stroll down the Golden Mile beach boardwalk. And, with two nights in Cape Town, simultaneously dip your toes in two oceans before sipping your way through the world-renowned Cape Winelands.

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SOUTH AFRICA & SAFARI OPTIONS

South Africa, “the world in one country”, is calling. Seize the opportunity for adventure with fellow Scientific American readers. Cruise the coast of South Africa round trip Cape Town. Explore the diverse cultures, history, wildlife, and food and wine that contribute to the country’s story.

While at sea, get the latest in science from our exclusive Scientific American speakers. In our ports of call (Port Elizabeth, Richards Bay, Durban, East London, and Cape Town) you’ll have ample time to pursue your passions. View game in many settings in superb game parks and private reserves. Learn about the difficult and poignant history that culminated in the rebirth of South Africa. Enjoy the distinct food traditions and modern fusion of African, Asian, and European flavors along our route. Fabulous wines and craft beers, art museums and galleries, kayaking and hiking can all add sparkling moments to your trip.

Make plans now to absorb science and sunshine, wildlife and cultural immersion with Scientific American Travel. Please join us!

PRICING & GENERAL INFO.

Cruise prices vary from $2,799 for an Interior Stateroom to $8,199 for the Owner’ Suite, per person (pp) based on double occupancy. For those attending our SEMINARS, there is a $1,575 fee. For detailed info and pictures of our ship, please visit the CABIN & SHIP INFO tab. For the cruise itinerary please review our SCHEDULE and/or MAP. Add’l pp fees: gov’t taxes and fees ($297), a non-refundable Booking Service Fee ($150), and tour leader gratuities ($10 pp per day). All prices and fees are detailed on the PRICING & TERMS tab. Use our PRICING CALCULATOR for a quick price quote.

WEATHER