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Victoria Falls & Big Five Safari with Indian Ocean Odyssey

30 nights from £3499pp

  • See the Natural World Wonder of Victoria Falls
  • Relax on a Sunset Cruise on the famous Zambezi River
  • Game Drive to the Big Five in Botswana
  • Cruise Back to Venice via Iconic Islands including Mauritius & Seychelles

16 April 2021

Victoria Falls & Big Five Safari with Indian Ocean Odyssey

Cruise Highlights

MSC Cruises- MSC Musica - 30 Nights - 16 April 2021


WHAT'S INCLUDED:

- See the Natural World Wonder of Victoria Falls
- Relax on a Sunset Cruise on the famous Zambezi River
- Game drive to the Big Five in Botswana
- Cruise back to Venice via iconic Islands including Mauritius & Seychelles

SHIP HIGHLIGHTS:

Life on MSC Musica is lovely from the moment you step on board. As soon as you see the central foyer’s three-tier waterfall and its see-through piano, suspended on a crystal floor above a pool of shimmering water, you know this is a special ship.

Cruise Map

Victoria Falls & Big Five Safari with Indian Ocean Odyssey Map

Your Itinerary

  •      

    16 Apr 21

           

    Fly UK to Victoria Falls (overnight)

    Regional UK flights available.

          

  • 17 Apr 21

    Arrive Victoria Falls Airport

    Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Then enjoy a Sunset Cruise on Zambezi Explorer.

         

  • 18 Apr 21

    Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

    Morning guided tour of the Falls. Afternoon at leisure. Boma dinner with return transfers.

        

  • 19 Apr 21

    Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

    Chobe day tour (cross border) - Boat cruise, lunch and game drive.

         

  • 20 Apr 21

    Fly Victoria Falls to Durban, South Africa

    Transfer to the airport for your flight to Durban.

    Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel.

          

  • 21 Apr 21

    Embark Musica

    Transfer to Durban port and embark your ship.

         

  • 22-24 Apr 21

    Days at Sea.

        

  • 25 Apr 21

    La Possession (Le Port), Reunion

    Le Port, situated on the northwest tip of the island of Réunion, part of the French overseas community in the Indian Ocean.

    Le Port is the main gateway to Réunion, home to Piton de la Fournaise (Peak of the Furnace), one of the worlds most active volcanoes protected as a part of Reunion National Park.

    The volcano is not percieved to be dangerous as the lava flows down the east side of the mountain into an uninhabited area known as the Grand Brule (Big Burned).

    Hike up to the vantage points and stand alongside the fireworks of the volcano, or if you cant handle the heat, Cirque de Mafate holds spectacular views of the island from the long collapsed shield volcano that once stood here.

             

  • 26-27 Apr 21

    Port Louis, Mauritius

    Backdropped by the Moka Mountain Range, and nestled on the Indian Ocean, Port Louis is the cultural center and capital city of Mauritius.

    On approach to the island visitors are enticed by golden beaches and wooden beach huts and lured in by the The Caudan Waterfront and its shops and attractions.

    Visit the Grand Bazaar Central Market and be amazed by the fusions and variety of food a must try is Dholl Puri a vegeterian's dream.

    The Bazaar offers a plethora of jewlery, woodcraft and souvinirs, so be prepared for a good barter with the merchants.

          

  • 28-29 Apr 21

    At Sea.

         

  • 30 Apr to

    01 May 21

    Port Victoria, Seychelles

    Each of Seychelles’ 115 islands offer luscious talcum-powder-like beaches skirted by cool sparkling waters, the surrounding hillsides and rock formations giving each island a distinctive identity.

    When you’re not enjoying the scenic intimate beaches, you’ll be exploring unspoiled jungles and marvelling the various nature reserves, which play home to many approachable endemic species.

          

  • 02-08 May 21

    Cruising the Red Sea

    The designer venues on board are inspiring, whether you’re dancing to a band in the dazzling Crystal Lounge, relaxing in the stylish Havana Club cigar lounge, gaming in the Sanremo Casino or enjoying a live show in the stunning Teatro la Scala.

    Also Kids and Teens Clubs for a vibrant social life on board.

         

  • 09 May 21

    Aqaba (Petra), Jordan

    Where Aqaba’s charmingly peaceful ‘on holiday’ atmosphere will provide a relaxing change of pace, Petra is quite the opposite.

    Expect a bustling city with elaborately chiselled architecture and a wealth of Nabatean influence.

          

  • 10-11 May 21

    Suez Canal Transit, Egypt

    It’s hard not to be impressed by the Suez Canal, its 163km stretch being a representation of human’s dominion over nature.

         

  • 12 May 21

    At Sea.

        

  • 13 May 21

    Katakolon, Greece

    Katakolon port lies on the Greek coast and serves as the gateway to Olympia, the ancient site where the Olympics were originally staged.

        

  • 14 May 21

    Kotor, Montenegro

    The town of Kotor nestles between Montenegro’s breezy bay and sky piercing mountains, to dramatic effect.

    Its walls first built in the 9th century, inside you will find remarkably scenic views and medieval architecture telling visual stories of Montenegro’s rich history.

         

  • 15 May 21

    Split, Croatia

    Split is the second largest city in Croatia. Split is a relatively easy city to get around for sightseeing, as many of the top sights are within easy walking distance of each other.

    This lively city is definitely worth a visit.

         

  • 16 May 21

    Venice - Disembark

    Disembark your ship and transfer to the airport for your flight to the UK (regional UK airports available).

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Highlights

  • Big Five Game Drive

    Big Five Game Drive

    In Africa, the big five game animals are the lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and cape buffalo. Game Drives are best operated in the early morning or evening when the animals are most active, with evening game drives followed by a Braai (South African BBQ) & Sundowners (a drink of either beer, wine or spirit served at the end of the game drive in the bush).

  • Port Louis, Mauritius

    Backdropped by the Moka Mountain Range, and nestled on the Indian Ocean, Port Louis is the cultural center and capital city of Mauritius. On approach to the island, visitors are enticed by golden beaches, wooden beach huts and allured by the Caudan Waterfront with its shops and attractions. Visit the Grand Bazaar Central Market and be amazed by the fusions and variety of food, a must try is Dholl Puri a vegetarians dream. The Bazaar offers a plethora of jewellery, woodcraft and souvenirs, so be prepared for a good barter with the merchants.

  • Port Victoria, Seychelles

    Victoria, situated on Mahé Island, one of Seychelles 115 islands in Indian Ocean. Relatively small for a capital city still victoria has a certain buzz and is home to around 30 Percent of Seychelles entire population. Set off the coast of East Africa Victoria boast Stunning beaches and coral, tropical rainforest and stunning views with a walk through Morne Blanc trail. At the islands centerpoint lies the colonial Victoria Clock Tower, an ode to the french and british colonial era. Visit the Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple, a spectacular Hindu Temple an ode to Ganesha gleaming with hindu statues and relics.

  • Split (Croatia)

    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 caf-lined promenades and views of coastal mountains

  • Suez Canal

    The original canal was a single-lane waterway with passing locations in the Ballah Bypass and the Great Bitter Lake. It contains no locks system, with seawater flowing freely through it. It’s hard not to be impressed by the Suez Canal, its 163km stretch being a representation of human’s dominion over nature. Built at the cost of bankruptcy, the nearby streets and distinct architecture still speak of times of wealth and grandeur within the region.

  • Victoria Falls

    In 1855, David Livingstone is believed to have been the first European to see Victoria Falls. The Tongan name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, means "The Smoke That Thunders". The national parks contain elephants, buffalo, giraffes, zebras and lions!

  • Zambezi River Sunset Cruise

    Zambezi River Sunset Cruise

    When in Zimbabwe, it is a must try to go on a sunset cruise on Zambezi River. Guests may have the opportunity to see a variety of game; including hippo, crocodile, and elephant as well as enjoy the many different bird species. The Zambezi Sunset cruise is one of the most popular activities and includes finger snacks, beer, wine, local spirits and soft drinks. There are great photo opportunities against often-spectacular African sunsets. Flocks of birds skim the waterline as the sun sets behind the African skyline. 

Your Ship

MSC Musica

MSC Musica

MSC Musica is luxury cruising at its best. Designed to wow guests on board, you'll find plenty to do on board whether your in the sports bar enjoying a cold beverage or relaxing in the tranquil Aurea Spa! Be sure to check out the speciality restaurant for incredible A'la Carte Asian and Sushi cuisine. Staterooms and Suites are spacious yet elegant and most have private balconies.

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    Cabin

    £3499pp

  • Outside

    Cabin

    £3649pp

  • Balcony

    Cabin

    £3999pp

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