Cape Town, South Africa

160 years after its discovery by Portugal's Bartholomew Diaz in 1488, the Cape of Good Hope was still a part of primeval Africa. Sailors on passing ships impatient to reach the East or return home to Europe would leave messages under inscribed "post office" stones for other ships to carry forward. In 1580, Sir Francis Drake sailed around the Cape. The ruggedness and breathtaking beauty of the peninsula caused him to write, "This Cape is a most stately thing, and the fairest Cape in the whole circumference of the earth." The Dutch East India Company, yielding to repeated petitions and recommendations from their ships' officers, decided to establish a post at Table Bay in 1652. A stronghold was established and subsequently was replaced by the existing Castle of Good Hope - Cape Town's first building.

Cape Town continued to grow quickly under Simon van der Stel, who arrived as Governor in 1679. He turned vast regions into rich farmland, planted some 8,000 trees and designed and built the stateliest of the Cape's historic mansions, Groot Constantia (named after his wife, Constance). The British seized the Cape from Holland in 1806 and the subsequent discovery of diamonds and gold in the country spurred growth and immigration. Cape Town became a municipality in 1840 and a liberal constitution was granted to the Cape Colony in 1853. Today, the "Mother City" and the Western Cape are home to South Africa's parliament for half of the year (Parliament sits in Pretoria for the other half of the year) and much of its major industry.

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Points of Interest

  • Table Mountain/Aerial Cableway
  • Cape of Good Hope/Cape Point
  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
  • Stellenbosch
  • Robben Island
  • Boulders Beach
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  • Table Mountain/Aerial Cableway

    Ascend to the top of this majestic, flat-top sandstone mountain in a cable car. Even the locals are awed by the 360º view of Cape Town from the cable car.

  • Cape of Good Hope/Cape Point

    The Cape of Good Hope is the southwestern most tip of Africa, located at Cape Point, part of Table Mountain National Park. The region is renowned for its extraordinarily rich flora and fauna.

  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

    South Africa's world-famous national botanical garden boasts over 8500 indigenous plants over 1,300 acres, several trails and Zimbabwean stone sculpture exhibits.

  • Stellenbosch

    The university town of Stellenbosch is one of the oldest settlements in South Africa, renowned for its wines produced here since the early 18th century.

  • Robben Island

    During the apartheid years, Robben Island was used to imprison political opponents such as Nelson Mandela. Today, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a museum and tours led by ex-political prisoners.

  • Boulders Beach

    This sheltered beach is made up of inlets between granite boulders, and is one of the few sites where penguins can be observed at close range, wandering freely in a protected natural environment.

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Chapman's Peak Scenic Drive

3 hours | Cape Town | CPT-205

Have your camera ready as you board your motorcoach for one of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world. Travel the coast, passing through picturesque, towns, before stopping at Maiden's Cove for magnificent views of Camps Bay beach and the Twelve Apostles formations. Continue along the shoreline before turning onto Chapman's Peak Drive. With numerous lookout points, enjoy breathtaking views such as the Sentinel peak guarding the entrance to Hout Bay. Pass the pristine white sands of Noordhoek Beach, then travel scenic Ou Kaapse Weg (Old Cape Road), taking in stunning views of the southern Peninsula, Cape Flats and False Bay. Your sightseeing tour continues as you return to your ship via the M3 motorway, passing the University of Cape Town, Rhodes Memorial, historic 18th-century Mostert's Mill and Groote Schuur Hospital, where the first successful heart transplant was performed.

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Stellenbosch & Wine Tasting

4.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-305
  • Stellenbosch

Set off on a scenic drive through the countryside to explore one of South Africa's oldest towns and sample its world-famous wines.
Depart the quayside on a scenic drive to the historic town of Stellenbosch, named for its founder, Simon van der Stel who settled this broad fertile valley in 1680. Today this quaint university town is known for its charming Cape Dutch-style architecture and shady oak-lined streets. Enjoy a sightseeing tour around the historic city, then spend an hour on your own to explore. Pay a visit to the Stellenbosch Museum, which features four different period-style houses. Or stroll the streets to browse the variety of curio shops and cafés. Cap off your excursion in style, with a visit to one of the nearby vineyards to sample some of the region's extraordinary wines.

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West Coast Ostrich Farm & Wine Tasting

4.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-310

Take an unforgettable ride through the countryside to visit to a working ostrich ranch; then enjoy a most civilized stop at a winery to sample some of South African's best. A scenic, relaxing ride transports you to the Cape Town Ostrich Ranch, where a guided tour offers an up-close view of this working farm and its unusual livestock, including various varieties of ostrich as well as emus, rheas and peacocks. See the incubator where ostrich chicks are hatched - and even get your picture taken atop an ostrich. Then, travel to a picturesque winery in the Tygerberg Hills for a formal tasting.

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Table Mountain

3.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-200
  • Table Mountain/Aerial Cableway

See one of the world's most beautiful cities from its most sensational vantage point - just a scenic drive and a spectacular cable car ride away. Arriving at the foot of Table Mountain, board a cable car for the 4-minute ascent to the summit. Enjoy panoramic vistas as your car rotates 360 degrees. From the top, gaze out over Cape Town, the breathtaking seacoast and down along the peninsula to Cape Point. Wander the trails to enjoy the mountain's own natural beauty. The expansive plateau features a staggering 2,285 plant species - more than the entire United Kingdom. Descend by cable car to your motorcoach and enjoy a scenic ride back to your ship, which includes a brief sightseeing tour of Cape Town.

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Cape Town and Table Mountain Sights with Airport Transfer

3.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-960
  • Table Mountain/Aerial Cableway

Ascend the city's most prominent landmark by cable car for unparalleled panoramic views; then embark on a sightseeing drive through Cape Town before arriving at the airport.
Travel by motorcoach to the foot of Table Mountain, where you'll ascend nearly 3,000 feet to the summit. Enjoy spectacular views on your climb and at the top. This flat-topped mountain affords spectacular vistas of the city, the seacoast and down to Cape Point, while its lush trails offer their own natural beauty. Return to your motorcoach for a relaxing tour of the city center. See two of South Africa's oldest buildings - the Castle of Good Hope and Groote Kerk church - both built in the 17th century. Leaving the city, pass by the Groote Schuur Hospital - site of the first human heart transplant - before arriving at the airport for check-in.

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Sundown on Signal Hill

2 hours | Cape Town | CPT-860

Enjoy sunset over the Atlantic from one of the city's most spectacular vantage points. Toast this magnificent moment with snacks and a glass of sparkling wine. Then enjoy a picturesque coastal drive back to your ship.

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Morning Tea & Table Mountain

5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-215
  • Table Mountain/Aerial Cableway

Luxuriate in an elegant morning tea at the sophisticated Mount Nelson Hotel; then view Cape Town from atop its most sensational vantage point. Start your day at this magnificent resort, situated on a sprawling garden estate. In a splendidly appointed dining lounge, experience a sumptuous tea service and treats as a pianist entertains. Then enjoy a short motorcoach ride to Table Mountain. Board a cable car for the 4-minute ascent to the summit, enjoying panoramic vistas as your car rotates 360 degrees. From the top, gaze out over Cape Town, the breathtaking seacoast and down the peninsula to Cape Point. Wander the trails to enjoy the mountain's own natural beauty. Measuring 2 miles (3 kilometers) across, the 3,500-foot (1,000-meter) high plateau features 2,285 different plant species - more than the entire United Kingdom.

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Winelands Adventure

7.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-320
  • Stellenbosch

Embark on a daylong wine lovers' tour of this magnificent region to sample its extraordinary wines and experience its history, charm and natural beauty.
From the harbor, set off for a land of rolling green hills, dramatic vistas and charming villages. In the backcountry, get to know this land up close: visiting historic monuments and taking in spectacular views. Enjoy a formal wine tasting and lunch at one of the renowned vineyards of the Paarl region. Then sightsee in scenic Stellenbosch, known for its university, distinctive Cape Dutch architecture and quaint oak-lined lanes.

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Cape Town, Apartheid Remembrance & Robben Island

9 hours | Cape Town | CPT-105
  • Robben Island

Begin with a ferry ride to Robben Island, the political prison where Mandela and other anti-apartheid leaders were held. Visit the forced-labor quarry and view the former president's cell with former prisoners serving as your guide. Next, journey to the shantytowns of Cape Flats, where non-whites were forced to live under segregation laws. In the township of Langa, local community workers will show you the renewed spirit of the area as residents construct their own new brick homes. After a lunch of traditional South African dishes, tour the District Six Museum and learn how 60,000 families were forcibly evicted from this suburb. At Bo-Kaap, experience the unique culture of this Muslim community.

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Cape of Good Hope

8.5 hours | Cape Town | CPT-110
  • Cape of Good Hope/Cape Point
  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
  • Boulders Beach

Travel scenic coastal routes, passing fishing villages and rocky shorelines as you make your way to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Take time to enjoy the dramatic landscape, glimpses of wildlife - from baboons to ostriches to antelope - and verdant, rolling hills along Africa's southwestern edge. Ride the funicular railway to the top of Cape Point (when in operation) for breathtaking views and photo opportunities. After lunch at a local restaurant, stop by the penguin colony at Boulders Beach; then set off on a picturesque drive to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. The stunning grounds feature thousands of indigenous plants in a splendid setting at the base of Table Mountain.

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Amazing Aquila Game Reserve

9 hours | Cape Town | CPT-460

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Take a trek on the wild side with this thrilling safari game drive that brings you up close with Africa's most incredible creatures!
Journey to the amazing Aquila Game Reserve, situated on 11,000 acres (4,500 hectares). Encompassing a variety of ecosystems - from mountain to scrub to wetlands - the preserve features an astonishing variety of game species: from lions (in an enclosure) to rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes, zebras, warthogs and several varieties of antelope. Be sure to have your camera ready as you climb into your 4x4 with your experienced guide. You're setting off to see Africa's most sensational creatures! A drink and delicious buffet lunch are included.

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Private Touring - Half Day Car

4 hours | Cape Town | CPT-900

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle (car-class) and an English-speaking driver guide at your service. This half-day exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private vehicle (car-class), and the personalized attention of your English-speaking drive guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace. See the famous sights, or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters. The private touring option is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for guests with mobility limitations.
Capacity: 2 guests. Your private party may be of any size up to the maximum capacity

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Private Touring - Half Day Minivan

4 hours | Cape Town | CPT-902

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle (van class) with an English-speaking driver guide at your service. This half-day exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private vehicle (van class), and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace. See the famous sights, or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters. The private touring option is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for guests with mobility limitations.
Capacity: 6 guests. Your private party may be of any size up to the maximum capacity..

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Private Touring - Full Day Car

8 hours | Cape Town | CPT-901

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle (car-class) and an English-speaking driver guide at your service. This exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private vehicle (car-class), and the personalized attention of your English-speaking drive guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace. See the famous sights, or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters. The private touring option is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for guests with mobility limitations.
Capacity: 2 guests. Your private party may be of any size up to the maximum capacity

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Private Touring - Full Day Minivan

8 hours | Cape Town | CPT-903

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle (van class) with an English-speaking driver guide at your service. This exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private vehicle (van class), and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace. See the famous sights, or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters. The private touring option is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for guests with mobility limitations.
Capacity: 6 guests. Your private party may be of any size up to the maximum capacity.

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Kichaka Game Reserve Overland Adventure (Double)

56 hours | Cape Town | CPT-824

Add a land tour to your cruise for an in-depth, pinch-me-I-must-be-dreaming adventure that begins with a flight to Port Elizabeth where an English-speaking guide will accompany you to the Kichaka Lodge. Secluded in the Lalibela Game Reserve, the lodge overlooks a large watering hole popular with hippos, giraffes, elephants and other animals. On your first day, you'll embark on an afternoon and evening game drive in an open 4x4 vehicle with a game ranger and tracker. Day Two begins with an early morning game drive and breakfast followed by leisure time at the lodge, lunch, afternoon tea, an early evening game drive and dinner. Enjoy one last early morning wakeup call on Day Three before you embark on a game drive. Upon your return to the lodge, you'll have breakfast and meet your guide who will transfer you to Port Elizabeth Harbor where you'll rejoin your ship.

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Shamwari Long Lee Manor Overland (Double)

72 hours | Cape Town | CPT-810

Day 1: Fly from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Transfer to Shamwari Private Game Reserve. This 18,000-hectare game reserve is steeped in settler history and dates back to the time when game roamed freely in the Eastern Cape. Here, the famous Big 5, as well as an African big cat rescue center and one of the best wildlife rehabilitation facilities, can be seen in a malaria-free environment. Check into the Shamwari Long Lee Manor Lodge, enjoy high tea and embark on an afternoon game drive in search of Big 5 game. Enjoy a little free time then dinner. Day 2: Sunrise beverage and biscuits at the lodge prior to early morning game drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Spend day at leisure enjoying surroundings. Lunch and high tea followed by late afternoon game drive. Dinner. Day 3: Rising-sun morning game drive. Breakfast prior to the 1.5-hour motorcoach transfer to Port Elizabeth Harbor to rejoin your ship.

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Kariega Private Game Reserve Overland Adventure (Double)

56 hours | Cape Town | CPT-822

Get acquainted with South Africa's breathtaking scenery and Big Five wildlife during a three-day/two-night sojourn to the Settlers Drift in Kariega Private Game Reserve. Following your flight from Port Elizabeth, an English-speaking guide will escort you to the reserve, one of the most accomplished conservation projects in the Eastern Cape. After settling in at the fully inclusive Settlers Drift, you'll embark on an evening game drive followed by dinner. On Day Two, enjoy a game drive, a bush walk and a chance to relax with a swim, soak up the views from your private deck or indulge in some quiet time to yourself before an evening game drive, sundowners and a bush dinner. Greet the morning sun on Day Three during an early game drive. Return to the lodge for a sumptuous breakfast then transfer to Port Elizabeth Harbor and meet your waiting ship.

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Pumba Water Lodge (Double)

72 hours | Cape Town | CPT-800

Day 1: Fly from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth followed by a 1.5-hour drive to Pumba Private Game Reserve. Situated in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, in the Eastern Cape's malaria-free game viewing region, this spectacular 6,500 hectares of privately owned property overlooks Lake Kariega, which has been restored and stocked with abundant wildlife. Arrive at the luxurious five-star game lodge. Check in, enjoy high tea and embark on afternoon game drive in search of Big 5 game Drinks and snacks are served in the bush at sundown, dinner at the Pumba Water Lodge. Day 2: Sunrise beverage at the lodge prior to early morning game drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Spend day at leisure enjoying surroundings. Lunch and high tea followed by late afternoon game drive. Dinner. Day 3: Early breakfast and checkout. Motorcoach transfer to airport. Fly to Cape Town. Comfortable transfer back to the ship.

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Kichaka Game Reserve Overland Adventure (Single)

56 hours | Cape Town | CPT-825

Add a land tour to your cruise for an in-depth, pinch-me-I-must-be-dreaming adventure that begins with a flight to Port Elizabeth where an English-speaking guide will accompany you to the Kichaka Lodge. Secluded in the Lalibela Game Reserve, the lodge overlooks a large watering hole popular with hippos, giraffes, elephants and other animals. On your first day, you'll embark on an afternoon and evening game drive in an open 4x4 vehicle with a game ranger and tracker. Day Two begins with an early morning game drive and breakfast followed by leisure time at the lodge, lunch, afternoon tea, an early evening game drive and dinner. Enjoy one last early morning wakeup call on Day Three before you embark on a game drive. Upon your return to the lodge, you'll have breakfast and meet your guide who will transfer you to Port Elizabeth Harbor where you'll rejoin your ship.

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Shamwari Long Lee Manor Overland (Single)

72 hours | Cape Town | CPT-811

Day 1: Fly from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Transfer to Shamwari Private Game Reserve. This 18,000-hectare game reserve is steeped in settler history and dates back to the time when game roamed freely in the Eastern Cape. Here, the famous Big 5, as well as an African big cat rescue center and one of the best wildlife rehabilitation facilities, can be seen in a malaria-free environment. Check into the Shamwari Long Lee Manor Lodge, enjoy high tea and embark on an afternoon game drive in search of Big 5 game. Enjoy a little free time then dinner. Day 2: Sunrise beverage and biscuits at the lodge prior to early morning game drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Spend day at leisure enjoying surroundings. Lunch and high tea followed by late afternoon game drive. Dinner. Day 3: Rising-sun morning game drive. Breakfast prior to the 1.5-hour motorcoach transfer to Port Elizabeth Harbor to rejoin your ship.

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Kariega Private Game Reserve Overland Adventure (Single)

56 hours | Cape Town | CPT-823

Get acquainted with South Africa's breathtaking scenery and Big Five wildlife during a three-day/two-night sojourn to the Settlers Drift in Kariega Private Game Reserve. Following your flight from Port Elizabeth, an English-speaking guide will escort you to the reserve, one of the most accomplished conservation projects in the Eastern Cape. After settling in at the fully inclusive Settlers Drift, you'll embark on an evening game drive followed by dinner. On Day Two, enjoy a game drive, a bush walk and a chance to relax with a swim, soak up the views from your private deck or indulge in some quiet time to yourself before an evening game drive, sundowners and a bush dinner. Greet the morning sun on Day Three during an early game drive. Return to the lodge for a sumptuous breakfast then transfer to Port Elizabeth Harbor and meet your waiting ship.

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Pumba Water Lodge (Single)

72 hours | Cape Town | CPT-801

Day 1: Fly from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth followed by a 1.5-hour drive to Pumba Private Game Reserve. Situated in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, in the Eastern Cape's malaria-free game viewing region, this spectacular 6,500 hectares of privately owned property overlooks Lake Kariega, which has been restored and stocked with abundant wildlife. Arrive at the luxurious five-star game lodge. Check in, enjoy high tea and embark on afternoon game drive in search of Big 5 game Drinks and snacks are served in the bush at sundown, dinner at the Pumba Water Lodge. Day 2: Sunrise beverage at the lodge prior to early morning game drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Spend day at leisure enjoying surroundings. Lunch and high tea followed by late afternoon game drive. Dinner. Day 3: Early breakfast and checkout. Motorcoach transfer to airport. Fly to Cape Town. Comfortable transfer back to the ship.

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Sossusvlei Desert Lodge (Double)

96 hours | Cape Town | CPT-814

Day 1: Disembark in Cape Town and transfer to airport for flight to Windhoek. Continue on charter flight to Sossusvlei. A four-wheel-drive open vehicle brings you to Sossusvlei Desert Lodge. Nestled deep in the heart of Namibia's ancient Namib Desert in southern Africa is a secluded oasis that overlooks vistas. Check in, enjoy lunch and embark on an afternoon nature drive. Enjoy African cuisine for dinner, then turn in for the night. Day 2 and 3: Early wake-up call and breakfast. Four-wheel-drive exploration of the Sossusvlei Desert Mountains. Take in NamibRand Nature Reserve, and climb to the top of the "big mamma" sand dune. Brunch in the desert, followed by visit to the Dead Vlei. Return to lodge for lunch followed by afternoon activities and nature drive. Dinner and stargazing. Day 4: Early wake-up and morning activities. Breakfast and check-out. Transfer to the airstrip and board light aircraft to Walvis Bay. Transfer to the ship.

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Sossusvlei Desert Lodge (Single)

96 hours | Cape Town | CPT-815

Day 1: Disembark in Cape Town and transfer to airport for flight to Windhoek. Continue on charter flight to Sossusvlei. A four-wheel-drive open vehicle brings you to Sossusvlei Desert Lodge. Nestled deep in the heart of Namibia's ancient Namib Desert in southern Africa is a secluded oasis that overlooks vistas. Check in, enjoy lunch and embark on an afternoon nature drive. Enjoy African cuisine for dinner, then turn in for the night. Day 2 and 3: Early wake-up call and breakfast. Four-wheel-drive exploration of the Sossusvlei Desert Mountains. Take in NamibRand Nature Reserve, and climb to the top of the "big mamma" sand dune. Brunch in the desert, followed by visit to the Dead Vlei. Return to lodge for lunch followed by afternoon activities and nature drive. Dinner and stargazing. Day 4: Early wake-up and morning activities. Breakfast and check-out. Transfer to the airstrip and board light aircraft to Walvis Bay. Transfer to the ship.

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