Far Flung Adventure in the British Overseas
Territories, South & East Africa

While crossing the vast blue waters of the South Atlantic, The World will stop in the Tristan da Cunha archipelago—one of the most remote island chains on the planet. With no airport, few travelers have been fortunate to visit, and those that do are rewarded with unique endemic flora and fauna as well as stunning vistas from atop the archipelago’s volcanic peaks. Bird lovers will rejoice—there’s no shortage of albatross, penguins, shearwaters, terns, and other seabirds that call this UNESCO World Heritage site home.

March comes with a return to civilization in Cape Town, South Africa’s most urbane and sophisticated city. With its kaleidoscope of cultures, cuisines, and utterly beautiful landscapes, it’s easy to see why locals refer to it as “Mother City.”  After three more South African ports of call, the Ship delves into the best of East Africa, with multiple opportunities for inland journeys in Mozambique, Tanzania, and Kenya, and island adventures in Mayotte and Grand Comore, before heading east to the sublime waters of the Seychelles.

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