The Scattered Islands & the Seychelles

16 days / 15 nights
    Expedition
    Diving
    The Scattered Islands & the Seychelles

    Cruise Latin America, Africa

    from 1 April 2018 to 16 April 2018
    16 days / 15 nights

    Departure Port : Durban
    Arrival Port : Victoria, Mahé

    Ship : LE LYRIAL

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    In partnership with GÉO. 

    PONANT invites you to discover wild and idyllic landscapes with an exceptional itinerary to the heart of the Indian Ocean.

    From the cosmopolitan city of Durban in South Africa, you will set sail aboard Le Lyrial for a 16-day expedition cruisebetween the Scattered Islands and the Seychelles.

    You will start this cruise with the discovery of the Scattered Islands. Classified as a Nature Reserve, these islands offer almost entirely unspoiled vegetation, long sandy beaches, lagoons of turquoise water and coral reefs that are home to the highest concentration of sea turtles in the world.

    You will also sail to the Aldabra Atoll, an immense stretch of land lying in the heart of the Seychelles. When Le Lyrial slowly approaches its shimmering shores, you will be able to appreciate a natural delight that is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    From port to port, you will vary the pleasures, between relaxing on sublime beaches and discovering the pristine nature.

     

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    Highlights

    • A cruise in partnership with GÉO.
    • Outings and shore visits in Zodiac® inflatables with a team of experienced naturalist guides.
    • An exceptional cruise to discover the most beautiful islands in the Indian Ocean.
    • A variety of idyllic landscapes: atolls, coral reefs, lagoons, mangrove, white-sand beaches.
    • A rich and protected fauna and flora.
    • Visiting Aldabra Atoll, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to the world’s largest population of tortoises.
    • Discovering the Scattered Islands, a geological sanctuary with nature reserve status since 1975.
    • Possibility of diving in the Seychelles and snorkelling with an experienced instructor on board.

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      LE LYRIAL

      Fourth ship in this superb series loyal to the PONANT spirit, Le Lyrial like her sisterships embodies the subtle alliance between luxury, intimacy and wellbeing which is PONANT’s signature. The elegance of her exterior and interior lines and her intimate size (only 122 staterooms and suites) make this a rare and innovative yacht on the cruise market.

       

      Interior Design
      We have been inspired by the destinations we visit and decided to create a subtle variation around a palette of blues. Ranging from the luminous delicate grey-blue of the Polar ice to splashes of the vivid turquoise blue found in Mediterranean coves, it also includes the blue light of the future pole star.

       

       

      Port of call & excursions

      1 April 2018 – At sea

      Durban

      Embarkation 01/04/2018 from 16H00 to 17H00 . Departure 01/04/2018 at 21H00 .

      As your vessel cruises along the coast of Durban, from the exterior decks you will be able to admire the long beaches washed by waves from the Indian Ocean and the skyscrapers that overlook the jacaranda-lined avenues. Not far from there, you will be captivated by the Valley of a Thousand Hills, the ancestral land of the Zulu people. The undulating, soft green hills are home to a multitude of small villages with traditional round huts. In the heart of the Phezulu Safari Park, the beliefs and rituals of the fascinating Zulu culture will be revealed to you and you will be treated to a show that pulsates to the beat of Zulu drums.

      2 April 2018▸3 April 2018 – At sea

      2 April 2018▸3 April 2018 – At sea

      Arrival 02/04/2018. Departure 03/04/2018.

      During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

      4 April 2018 – Europa Island, Scattered Islands

      4 April 2018 – Europa Island, Scattered Islands

      Arrival 04/04/2018. Departure 04/04/2018.

      Located in the South of the Mozambique channel, between the African continent and Mozambique, the island of Europa is the largest and best preserved of the Scattered Islands. This ancient atoll of volcanic origin is covered by natural and practically virgin vegetation, a blend of dense forest and mangrove. Small piece of France at the end of the World, the island is surrounded by coral reef, home to an impressive array of marine wildlife. In addition to the many bird colonies that have made the island their home, such as the red-footed booby, the tern or the tropicbird, the white sandy beaches have become the most important laying ground for green turtles in the entire Indian Ocean.

      5 April 2018 – At sea

      5 April 2018 – At sea

      Arrival 05/04/2018. Departure 05/04/2018.

      During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

      6 April 2018 – Juan de Nova, Scattered Islands

      6 April 2018 – Juan de Nova, Scattered Islands

      Arrival 06/04/2018. Departure 06/04/2018.

      We invite you to board your ship and sail to discover the Scattered islands, virgin and pristine lands often described as “ocean sanctuaries”, and more particularly the island of Juan de Nova. Located deep inside the Mozambique Channel, once known as Saint Christopher, this unusual islet owes its existence to its coral reef, which has slowly developed over time to form an almost submerged land made of coral and sand. Home to the biggest colony of Sooty Tern in the Indian Ocean, this tiny strip of land is classed as a nature reserve and will not fail to enchant you with its rocky hillsides, sand dunes and translucent lagoons.

      7 April 2018 – At sea

      7 April 2018 – At sea

      Arrival 07/04/2018. Departure 07/04/2018.

      During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

      8 April 2018 – Glorieuses (Eparses Islands)

      8 April 2018 – Glorieuses (Eparses Islands)

      Arrival 08/04/2018. Departure 08/04/2018.

      The Scattered Islands are like minuscule confetti sprinkled around Madagascar and form an archipelago of unrivalled beauty. Their geographical isolation, and their very limited human settlement make them a true geological sanctuary, classed as a nature reserve since 1975. Regularly used as the “zero point” in scientific studies, they offer their rare visitors almost pristine vegetation composed mainly of mangrove, as well as long beaches of shimmering sand stretching out behind turquoise lagoons, and coral reefs that are home to the world’s highest concentration of sea turtles. 

      9 April 2018 – Assomption

      9 April 2018 – Assomption

      Arrival 09/04/2018. Departure 09/04/2018.

      Assumption Island is part of the Aldabra group (Outer Islands), situated in the south-west of the Seychelles. Discovered in the mid-18th century by the French captain Nicolas Morphey, this bean-shaped island covered in dunes and shrubs is relatively flat. A handful of people live there, in a small village in the island’s west. The island’s beaches are a major egg-laying and breeding site for sea turtles. The surrounding waters are ideal for scuba diving. This is where Jacques-Yves Cousteau filmed some of the scenes for his famous documentary film “The Silent World”, released in 1956.

      10 April 2018 – Astove

      10 April 2018 – Astove

      Arrival 10/04/2018. Departure 10/04/2018.

      Closer to Madagascar than to Victoria, Astove is the southernmost island in the Seychelles. It is part of the Aldabra group, in the Outer Islands of the Seychelles. Now uninhabited, this coral island covered in coconut trees was once home to the employees that worked on the coconut plantations. Renowned for the richness of its seabeds, Astove Atoll is now a top destination for fishing enthusiasts. It also attracts experienced divers, who visit the atoll to explore the “Astove Wall”, where the sea floor drops to a depth of about 40 metres. The wall is covered in coral and many fish and green sea turtles can be found there.

      11 April 2018 – Aldabra

      11 April 2018 – Aldabra

      Arrival 11/04/2018. Departure 11/04/2018.

      12 April 2018 – Aldabra

      12 April 2018 – Aldabra

      Arrival 12/04/2018. Departure 12/04/2018.

      Located in the very heart of this faraway archipelago, the Aldabra Atoll is considered to be one of the last virtually untouched sanctuaries on earth, where a large population of sea turtles has found refuge. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this vast tract of land is formed by 4 small coral reef islands separated by narrow passes and containing an emerald-water lagoon lined with mangrove and fine-sand beaches. As your ship slowly nears the clear, reflective waters along its shoreline, do not miss your chance to discover this natural wonder, which is considered to be the largest atoll in the world and once fired the imagination of many an explorer.

      13 April 2018 – At sea

      13 April 2018 – At sea

      Arrival 13/04/2018. Departure 13/04/2018.

      During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

      14 April 2018 – Alphonse

      14 April 2018 – Alphonse

      Arrival 14/04/2018. Departure 14/04/2018.

      Alphonse Island is located off the Seychelles archipelago. Discovered in 1730 by the Knight Alphonse de Pontevez, this island, specialised in coconut processing in the past, is now a veritable natural reserve, home to different species of marine mammals, sea turtles and many birds. Alphonse Island is also renowned for its rich underwater life and coral, among the best preserved in the Indian Ocean. A marvellous spectacle that can be admired with just a mask!

      15 April 2018 – La Digue

      15 April 2018 – La Digue

      Arrival 15/04/2018. Departure 15/04/2018.

      La Digue Island is a veritable concentration of all the beauty of the Seychelles. Located 6 km south-east of Praslin, this small piece of land that looks like paradise is the third-largest island in the Seychelles, despite its modest size (5 km by 3km)! Turquoise waters just asking you to swim in them, lush vegetation sheltering giant tortoises, beaches of fine sand fringed with coconut trees and surrounded with those emblematic large granite rocks with their pink highlights like at the famous Anse Source d’Argent: the perfect picture postcard… Authentic and preserved, the island follows a peaceful rhythm, with the only means of transport along its little roads being bikes or traditional oxcarts.

      15 April 2018 – Mahé

      15 April 2018 – Mahé

      Arrival 15/04/2018. Departure 15/04/2018.

      Discover Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles and also the largest of the archipelago, home to the capital, Victoria. Mahé has almost 70 beaches of fine sand, framed by the emblematic granite rocks, and whose crystal clear waters are renowned for their rich underwater life. The island is also famous for its splendid mountain panoramas accessible on hikes, such as the Morne Seychellois, which is 905 metres high and overlooks the Indian Ocean. Mahé is also an island full of history where fine colonial properties rub shoulders with Creole houses - and don’t forget the marvellous Botanical Gardens in Victoria.

      16 April 2018▸15 April 2018 – Mahé

      Victoria, Mahé

      Disembarkation 16/04/2018 at 07H00 .

      Discover Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles and also the largest of the archipelago, home to the capital, Victoria. Mahé has almost 70 beaches of fine sand, framed by the emblematic granite rocks, and whose crystal clear waters are renowned for their rich underwater life. The island is also famous for its splendid mountain panoramas accessible on hikes, such as the Morne Seychellois, which is 905 metres high and overlooks the Indian Ocean. Mahé is also an island full of history where fine colonial properties rub shoulders with Creole houses - and don’t forget the marvellous Botanical Gardens in Victoria.

      Formalities

      • The information below is current but subject to change at any time without advance notice from government authorities. Please consult your respective government agencies for visa and health information.

      • Passport valid for at least six (6) months beyond the completion of your trip. Passport must contain at least two completely clear, blank, unused visa pages for each visa required, not including any amendment pages. Visa pages with stains or ink from other pages in the passport are not usable. Guests who deviate from the scheduled embarkation or disembarkation port should research the foreign entry requirements for the port country. Due to government regulations, regrettably, Ponant will have to deny boarding to any guest who fails to obtain the appropriate travel documentation for this trip.

      • Madagascar: visa delivered and charged onboard (65€ subject to change)

      • Anti-malarial treatment is recommended (see your doctor) especially if you are participating on one of the pre/post programs in the Kruger National Park.          

      • In order to participate in diving sessions, guests must have with them a medical certificate less than 1 year old and their up to date dive book.

      Diving in Seychelles

      Diving in Seychelles

      Cruise Durban - Mahe

      From April 1st to April 16th, 2018

       

      Scuba diving

      Your dives will be led by Patrick Brissac your instructor. He will take care of your safety and that all goes smoothly.

      On some diving sites, as in natural reserves or if the local regulations require it, a local guide will escort the diving.

      Thanks to check below.

      PORTS OF CALL

      CERTIFIED DIVES

      FIRST DIVES

      SCATTERED ISLANDS - Europa

      NO

      NO

      SCATTERED ISLANDS – Juan De Nova

      NO

      NO

      SCATTERED ISLANDS – Les Glorieuses

      NO

      NO

      SEYCHELLES – Assomption

      YES

      NO

      SEYCHELLES – Astove

      YES

      NO

      SEYCHELLES – Aldabra (Day 1)

      YES

      NO

      SEYCHELLES – Aldabra (Day 2)

      YES

      NO

      SEYCHELLES – Alphonse

      OUI

      NON

      SEYCHELLES – La Digue

      OUI

      NON


      The minimum level required for scuba diving on this cruise is 1 stars CMA or the Open Water Diver Padi.

       

      What is a confirmed diver?

      A confirmed diver is 1 star CMAS certified diver, or the Open Water Diver (PADI).

      The certification card, the diving log book and a recent medical certificate (less than 12 months) must be presented at the beginning of the cruise to our diving instructor Patrick BRISSAC.

       

      How does it work?

      The instructor can dive with 4 confirmed divers at a time, according to their certification. The instructor reserves the right to check divers’ ability for maximum safety.

      The depth that can be reached will depend of the certification of the divers:

      • For the 1 stars CMAS, or Open Water Divers, the maximum depth will be 25 meters.
      • If 2 divers with the above certifications want to dive together, they will have a briefing before the dive. They will have to dive with a diving computer. The maximum depth will be 20 meters.

       

      Duration of the dives

      The diving activity lasts from 2 to 3 hours, which includes the journey to the diving site and the diving. This duration is given as an indication and may vary according to the site, the level of divers, weather conditions and the number of participants.

      For experienced divers, the duration of dives varies between 35 and 60 minutes depending on the site, the diver’s experience and consumption. As we will dive in remote place, the dives will be done without decompression stop. A safety stop of 3 minutes at 5 meters will be mandatory.

       

      Supplied equipment

      • Diving wetsuit
      • Stabilizing jacket      
      • Fins
      • Mask
      • Snorkel
      • Regulator with octopus and pressure gauge
      • Diving computer

       

      Rates

      Price per person

      • Certified dive:
        • Exploration (1 dive): €80
        • Excellence Package (3 dives): €225
        • Passion Package (6 dives): €420

      Fauna of the Indian Ocean

      The fauna of the Indian Ocean is very varied. During the various dives, divers can be observed various species of benthic fauna such as emperor angel fish, Meyer butterfly fish, raccoon butterfly fish, and pelagic fauna such as manta rays, Gray reef sharks, as well as endemic wildlife such as spiny orange sponges and fried egg anemone.

      Theme

      POLAR EXPEDITION

      POLAR EXPEDITION

      Discover the unique concept of PONANT polar expedition cruises: explore the world’s extreme regions while enjoying luxurious comfort and service.

      A luxury expedition voyage

      Choosing a PONANT expedition cruise means choosing a state of mind: the alliance of elegance and authenticity, of exploration and comfort, of adventure and refinement… The comfort of your ship and your stateroom, personalised and attentive service, refined gastronomy: a very special atmosphere that we take great care to maintain. In the heart of the ice floes of the Arctic and the Antarctic, our luxurious services will ensure that your expedition cruise is an unforgettable experience.

      PONANT, polar specialists

      With almost 20 years of experience in the extreme regions, PONANT, the world’s number 1 polar cruise company, is a real polar specialist. PONANT will take you to the most remote regions in total safety: our Captains and crew are professionals, specially trained to sail in icy waters. Our latest-generation fleet has the most modern technology to guarantee both your safety and respect for the regions visited. The size of our ships means we can get as close as possible to areas that are difficult to reach, offering a privileged access to preserved sites. Our flexibility enables us to adapt to the surprises inherent to these expedition itineraries.

      Professional expedition teams, varied activities

      After scouting missions in the field, our Expedition Leaders and their teams of naturalist guides design exceptional itineraries in the polar regions. During the cruise, they organise daily outings and shore visits in Zodiac dinghies and hikes on land so as to get as close as possible to nature and wild fauna. In the Arctic and in Alaska, the close relationships that our teams have been able to build with the local communities will enable you to understand the life of these peoples of the Far North, and to share it for a few hours. On board, the naturalist guides will share their knowledge during various conferences on fauna, the history of the great explorations, geology and climatology…

      Guest(s) Lecturer(s)

      Eric Meyer

      Eric Meyer

      Eric Meyer is currently the editor-in-chief of GEO, which is France’s leading travel & news magazine.

      After being appointed as editor-in-chief in March 2010, he broadened the range of GEO brand, by adding GEO Histoire, GEO Extra, GEO Savoir, GEO Art, and Geo Terroirs. GEO has also been published as books and developed as an app for its users.

      As a graduate of the prominent French business school ESSEC, Eric Meyer began his career with the Group Expansion as a journalist for “L’Entreprise,” a business magazine.
      He joined Prisma Media in 1993 as editor-in-chief of “Management” and was later appointed editor-in-chief of various websites in the group.
      In 2000, he founded the magazine Newbiz (Group Tests/Express ) and became its editor-in-chief.
      From 2001 to 2003, he was deputy managing editor of “Le Figaro Magazine,” before launching a start-up company, Arts Magazine.
      In the summer of 2006, Eric Meyer was appointed deputy editor-in-chief of GEO, and associate publisher at Prisma Presse, before taking the position of editor-in chief of the Geo brand in March 2010.

      Eric Meyer is also the author of three books. An essay, "Les Ressuscités," published by Flammarion in 2004, and two novels : "La porte dérobée,” published by Robert Laffont in 2007 and "Les Fils de Ramsès,” published by JC Lattès in 2010.

      He is also a regular runner, tennis player, and cross-country skier.

      He lives in Boulogne, near Paris with his family.

       

      Languages spoken: French, English, German

      Photo credit: Thierry Suzan

      Olivier Touron

      Olivier Touron

      Olivier Touron (b. 1969, France) followed a university curriculum destining him to teach math when he decided to change course and make his passion his profession. In 1999, he joined EMI-CFD and became a freelance photojournalist. Based in the north of France near Lille, he freelances with the French and international press (Géo, Libération, L’Humanité, Le Monde, L’Express, VSD, Pèlerin, La Vie, Marianne, Marie-Claire, STERN, Financial Times, Newsweek Japan). His personal work on the Tunisian revolution, minors and justice and the Kurds, have been presented in exhibitions and books. Olivier also leads photography workshops and teaches master’s students in Journalism at the Faculty of Humanities in Lille.

      Olivier Touron is present on the social network trough Facebook, Instagram or Blink . His website : www.oliviertouron.fr. He’s an ambassador of Leica

      Photo credit : D Alkembrecher

      Possibility of withdrawal in case of force majeure.

      Important information

      Expeditions programs include activities such as Zodiac® outings (sometimes with "wet landing"), moderate walks to more active hikes. All this accompanied by your expedition team of naturalist guides. Certain zodiac® outings will not allow for landings just cruising. Landings will depend on weather conditions, position of ice and winds and the state of the sea. These can force a change of plans at any time.

      Travelling to polar/isolated regions is an exhilarating experience. The raw beauty and untouched wilderness offer an unusual chance to experience a place where there is little evidence of human presence. Inevitably, there are some consequences that come with such remoteness: please remember that you are far from modern hospitals with full medical facilities, thus evacuation is highly expensive. Without the necessary medical coverage, all expenses will have to be immediately paid from with your personal funds. We urge you to subscribe a full coverage insurance, choose your insurance company very carefully and be extremely vigilant and ensure your insurance is fully comprehensive.

      Taking into consideration the unusual and exceptional character of expedition itineraries, the calls shown are an indication only. The final route will be confirmed by the Captain and Expedition Leader, who will take into account the touristic quality of the sites and above all, the safety of the passengers. Their decision will be subject to that of local authorities and/or the expert pilots present on board during the navigation in polar and /or isolated zones.

      Dressing tips :

      • Cotton comfrortable and light weight shorts/bermudas
      • Light weight long trousers
      • Long-sleeved breathable UPF50+ shirts
      • Cotton short sleeves T-shirt
      • Aquatic UV long-sleeve T-shirt for sun protection during snorkeling or swimming (except for the Amazon cruises where bathing is not allowed)
      • Aquatic non-slip sandals (except for the Amazon cruises where bathing is not allowed)
      • Windproof, waterproof and breathable outer layer
      • Broad brimmed anti-UV hat with strap
      • Comfortable walking shoes
      • Waterproof backpack for camera
      • Sunscreen and after-sun high index & insect repellent
      • Binoculars
      • Note: During your visits to some local communities, all guests will be required to dress respectfully. Ladies must have their shoulders and thighs covered. Gentlemen should have their shoulders covered also.

      Feel free to visit the PONANT online shop which offers a selection of equipment and accessories adapted to our destinations at the following address: https://boutique.ponant.com

      Benefits of the PONANT shop:

      • expert advice to gear up
      • a selection of technical equipment and accessories approved by our naturalists
      • Duty Free prices
      • delivery directly on board

      Pre/Post & Overlands

      1. Before your cruise

        29/03/2018 – Safari in the Kruger National Park - Stay at the Lukimbi Lodge in classic room - Departure from Johannesburg (4 days/3 nights)

        4020.00 AU$ **

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        01/04/2018 – Transfer from Durban Airport to Durban Harbour

        55.00 AU$ **

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      2. After your cruise

        16/04/2018 – Victoria, the Botanical Garden & a relaxing afternoon (1 day)

        410.00 AU$ **

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        16/04/2018 – Relaxing Day at Savoy Resort & Spa Seychelles 5* (1 day)

        340.00 AU$ **

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        16/04/2018 – Victoria, the Botanical Garden & 2 nights Accommodation (2 days/2 nights)

        890.00 AU$ **

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        16/04/2018 – Victoria, the Botanical Garden & 2 nights accommodation - Ocean View (2 days/2 nights)

        1015.00 AU$ **

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      3. Your packages

        31/03/2018 – Flights From/To Paris (Economic Class) + Transfer in Durban (Pre) + Victoria, Botanical Garden 2N (Post)

        31/03/2018 – Flights From/To Paris (Economic Class) + Transfer in Durban (Pre) + Victoria, Botanical Garden in Ocean View Room 2N (Post)

      Attention: the prices listed at the time of your reservation can be different from those listed in the brochure. These prices can evolve based on availability and the real time rates of the airline companies selected.
      Travellers are advised to check all the information with the authorities concerned prior to the departure date. Ponant advises Travellers to consult the country factsheets relating to the chosen destinations. Ponant specifically draws Travellers' attention to the fact that the information provided may change up until the departure date, and they are advised to consult that information up until the time of departure. CDP invites Travellers to adjust their behavior to the visited country, to exercise vigilance and to avoid carrying valuable objects during their travel.
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