South African Holiday

16 Nights

Crystal Symphony

5 Stars

South Africa/Namibia

A history-making voyage for Crystal as we embark on our first-ever holiday cruise in Africa.

Dec 22, Friday

Cape Town, South Africa (overnight)

Dec 23, Saturday

Cape Town, South Africa

Dec 24 – Dec 25

Cruising the Coast of Africa (Overnight)

Dec 26, Tuesday

Maputo, Mozambique

Dec 27, Wednesday

Richards Bay, South Africa

Dec 28 – Dec 29

Durban, South Africa (overnight)

Dec 30, Saturday

East London, South Africa

Dec 31, Sunday

Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Jan 01 – Jan 02

Cruising the Coast of Africa (Overnight)

Jan 03 – Jan 04

Walvis Bay, Namibia (overnight)

Jan 05, Friday

Luderitz, Namibia

Jan 06, Saturday

Cruising the Coast of Africa

Jan 07, Sunday

Cape Town, South Africa

With majestic Table Mountain as a backdrop, Cape Town occupies one of the most dramatic locations in the world. Its eclectic mix of architectural styles reflects the tastes and dictates of the past, in tandem with the 20th century’s more functional demands. Edwardian and Victorian buildings have been meticulously preserved and there are several outstanding examples of Cape Dutch architecture.

Maputo’s history can also be divided into two categories: times of war, and times of peace. Through much of the seventies and eighties, civil war raged, leaving Maputo a shadow of its once glorious self. But prepare to be impressed. The city has since reinvented itself, polishing its neighborhoods and image to a high shine, thus bringing back the rich and famous for stays in Maputo’s five-star accommodations, and enticing anyone who enjoys gorgeous beaches and friendly peopl

The busy industrial town of Walvis Bay lies at the dramatic juxtaposition of ocean and desert. Its development began in 1878, when Commander Richard C. Dryer took possession of the port and settlement in Queen Victoria’s name.  Our visit to Namibia provides rare insight into one of Southwest Africa’s most fascinating regions.

Situated on the southeast coast of Africa just north of Durban, this KwaZulu-Natal city takes full advantage of its diverse resources and reveals a pride in its recent industrial development and expansion.

With a subtropical climate and golden beaches lining its shores, Durban is one of South Africa’s most popular holiday destinations. It embodies an intriguing blend of Eastern, Western and African influences.

Port Elizabeth’s location at the end of the Garden Route hints at what makes the town so appealing. Certainly, it has its share of cultural attractions, including the King George VI Art Gallery, which houses treasures such as 19th- and 20th-century British art and Oriental miniatures.





It begins the moment you embark. An immersion into luxurious wonder. An extraordinary sense of well-being. The Crystal Symphony is one of the most spacious and luxurious cruise ships at sea. Onboard amenities feature grand lounges, a full-service fitness facility, exciting casino, a lavish spa, expansive decks, a swimming pool with an extra-large Jacuzzi, award-winning cuisine and entertainment. To top it off, exquisitely-appointed staterooms, more than half of which offer private verandahs. Considered to be the finest shipboard staff afloat, it is their goal to anticipate your every need and to make this a vacation to remember.

Enjoy complimentary enrichment that inspires and choices that impress with instruction in topics from Pilates to Photoshop. Also featured on every Crystal cruise is a delightful combination of entertainers and guest speakers that include world affairs experts, renowned writers and fascinating celebrities to talk about their professional experiences and share their insights.


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