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Dramatic sunset over La Digue Island in the Seychelles

Madagascar, Réunion and Mauritius - Mahe to Port Louis

Example 14 Day Cruise aboard Le Lyrial (CDP)
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This 14-day cruise will start in Victoria on the island of Mahé, where a veritable picture-postcard of Seychelles awaits you: palm trees, granite rocks, white sand, and crystal-clear waters. Further on, on the small island of Alphonse, you will have the opportunity to go snorkeling and scuba diving to among the brightly-colored sea life, before reaching the Glorioso Islands. Your ship will then set sail for Madagascar, the island continent. On the west coast first, you will discover Nosy Komba, also known as “lemur island”. On the east coast, Île Sainte-Marie, once a lair of pirates, has successfully retained its authentic and untouched character. After calling at Reunion Island, you will reach Port Louis in Mauritius, where this unforgettable cruise will draw to an end.

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Victoria, Mahe | Embark
Day 2 : La Digue Island
Day 3 : Alphonse Island
Day 4 : At Sea
Day 5 : Glorieuses, Scattered Islands
Day 6 : Nosy Komba
Day 7 : Majunga
Day 8 : Nosy Mitsio
Day 9 : At Sea
Day 10 : St. Marys Island
Day 11 : Tamatave (Toamasina)
Day 12 : At Sea
Day 13 : Pointe des Galets
Day 14 : Port Louis | Disembark

Highlights

  • Discover the Seychelles, the Scattered Islands, Madagascar, and Reunion Island and Mauritius
  • Explore idyllic landscapes: atolls, coral reefs, lagoons, mangrove, and white-sand beaches
  • Enjoy outings and shore visits in Zodiac inflatables
  • Visit Madagascar, a rich and preserved endemic flora and fauna.

Ship

Le Lyrial (CDP)

Places Visited

Activities

Trip Type

  • Small Ship

Activity Level

Relaxed

Trip Snapshots

Mahe - Morne Seychellois National Park Dramatic sunset over La Digue Island in the Seychelles Lemurs of Madagascar Madagascar periwinkle A snorkeler explorers the ocean floor around Madagascar.

Day 1 Victoria, Mahe | Embark

Discover Mahé, the main island of 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 meters 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 marvelous Botanical Gardens in Victoria.

Day 2 La Digue Island

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
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.

Day 3 Alphonse Island

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Alphonse Island is located off the Seychelles archipelago. Discovered in 1730 by the Knight Alphonse de Pontevez, this island, specialized 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 marvelous spectacle that can be admired with just a mask!

Day 4 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
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 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 observe marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

Day 5 Glorieuses, Scattered Islands

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The Scattered Islands are like minuscule confetti sprinkled around Madagascar and form an archipelago of unrivaled 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. 

Day 6 Nosy Komba

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your cruise, your ship will stop in Nosy Komba, otherwise known as “lemur island”. Not far from the Madagascar mainland, this volcanic island shaped like a gigantic turtle shell is covered in dense tropical rainforest. This vegetation is home to amusing black lemurs – furry orange-brown and black creatures that are surprisingly agile and call to each other from amongst the trees. The many small beaches and the emerald-colored water make Nosy Komba a natural gem that only a select few visit.

Day 7 Majunga

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Choose from the following excursions:
ANKARAFANTSIKA NATIONAL PARK
From the pier, board your vehicle for the 2-hour drive to the entrance of the Ankarafantsika National Park. On the way, two photo stops will be made to appreciate the scenery or observe local life in the rice fields. Ankarafantsika (formerly known as Ampijoroa Forest Station) is one of the largest and last remaining sections of dense, dry deciduous forest in Madagascar and is filled with critically endangered and endemic species. The park lies about 110 km / 68 miles South of Majunga covering a surface of almost 1,350 km². It became a National Park in 2002. The vegetation consists mainly of relatively low and scrubby deciduous forest with areas of savannah and gallery forest. The main ethnic group is the Sakavala, which are mainly zebu holders and farmers.  On arrival at the national park, you will board 4-wheel drive vehicles for the short but very bumpy ride to the site of “Lavaka”. Lavaka, the Malagasy word for "hole", usually found on the side of a hill, is a type of erosional feature common in Madagascar. Spend some time here observing this lunar landscape borne of massive erosion. The geological formation and appearance of this lavaka is very similar to the “red tsingy” that can be found in the north of Madagascar. Back at the park entrance, follow your guide on a 1.5 km / 1 mile tour of the Lemur Trail. The park is the last refuge of several lemur and bird species, which makes the conservation of the park so important. The area is home to 2 diurnal and 7 nocturnal lemurs. The park is also renowned for its birdwatching, endemic reptiles, chameleons and crocodiles around the lake. The endemicity rate is very high, and it therefore deserves special attention in terms of conservation. After lunch at the park’s restaurant, take the 2-hour drive back to Majunga where a short panoramic drive will be made (time permitting) before reaching the pier and your ship.
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SACRED LAKE
From the pier, board your local vehicle for a slow drive across town on the way to the famous giant Mahajanga baobab, which has a circumference of 14 m and is the symbol of Majunga. A photo stop will be made. On the way to the Mangatsa sacred lake, a stop will be made at a Sakalava village for a visit and meet the locals as they go by their daily lives. “Local legend tells us that in the past Mangatsa was a village. One day, the village chief’s son fell ill, and they asked a sorcerer to heal him. But alas, the son died and the sorcerer was expelled. He returned in the night, transforming the village into a lake and turning the people into fish.” (Guide Touristique de Madagascar). The site is a very important place for the customs and beliefs of the Sakalava tribe. The water of the sacred lake (actually more the size of a pond) is very clear; you will easily spot the many large fish and sacred eel. The tamarind trees are wrapped in red and white material with zebu skulls as distinctions and signs of honor to their ancestors.  A short walk away is a baobab tree and you might get a good chance to see lemurs. Refreshments will be served before the drive back to the pier.
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THE RED CIRCUS
From the pier, board your vehicle for the 45-minute drive to Grand Pavois Beach. Here you will board zebu-drawn carriages which will bring you to the heart of the red circus. The Red Circus is a sedimentary formation from the Quaternary Period. It was a former delta 1.8 million years ago and has an area of 40 hectares. The site consists of sedimentary layers, colorful sandstones and marls which could be both fluvial and marine. The Red Circus is of great geological and palaeontological importance. See the 12 colors the circus has to offer and discover its lunar landscape, the small fairy chimneys and silicified wood, which bear witness to the site’s age. This site was a former English military camp and was used as a shooting range. The Red Circus has been classified as a National Heritage Site since 2010.
Back on the beach, refreshments will be served. You will have some time to walk along the beach. Before returning to the port, stop in a Sakalava workshop to observe a local artist making beautiful drawings with colored sand. You might be tempted to buy a bottle of the colorful, layered sand.

Day 8 Nosy Mitsio

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 9 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
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 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 observe marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

Day 10 St. Marys Island

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Choose from the following excursions:
SOUTH ISLAND TOUR
From the pier, board your local vehicle for the short drive to the pirate’s cemetery. Follow your guide and see the tombs of the many pirates, smugglers and slave traders who ended their days on this island. There are mostly graves from the 1800’s but only one with the classic skull and crossed bones. The cemetery is also nicely located and overgrown by plants. A photo-stop will be made at Madagascar's oldest Catholic church, which dates from 1857 and was a gift to the island from Empress Eugénie of France. Continue to Ankarena, driving through luxuriant vegetation and by typical villages on stilts. The Ankarena plantation is an old colony plantation of coffee, cinnamon and cloves which was abandoned following the departure of the French. This area is now managed by Princess Bora Lodge and provides tropical fruits and vegetables to the hotel. Follow your guide for a short visit of the plantation and learn about the uses of the spices and discover endemic palms and orchids. At the beachfront Princess Bora Lodge, you will be treated to a refreshment and snacks while enjoying local dances and songs.
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ÎLE AUX NATTES AND SNORKELING
Following the ISM-01 South of the Island Tour, you have the option to visit Ile aux Nattes. A short boat-ride will take you from the Princesse Bora lodge to Ile aux Nattes, a 2.3 square mile/6 km2 island at the very southern tip of Ile Sainte Marie.  On arrival, go snorkeling directly from the beach or from a boat (depending on the tide). The area is known for its rich coral life. Lunch will be served buffet-style at the Maningory Hotel. After lunch enjoy some time at leisure to relax or go back swimming. Then follow your guide on a walking tour, passing through rainforest areas and charming typical villages. All too soon it will be time to take the boat transfer back to the Princesse Bora and your vehicle for the 20-minute drive back to the pier.
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FARNIENTE AT PRINCESSE BORA LODGE 
Following the South of the Island Tour (ISM-01), you have the option to remain at the Princesse Bora Lodge for lunch and an afternoon at leisure. A charming lodge, allying luxury and wild nature in a typically tropical environment, the Princesse Bora Lodge & Spa is a warm and human-sized hotel and an eco-tourism destination. Indulge yourself, lounge by the pool or on the beach, swim in the pool or in the ocean. Lunch will consist of salad and barbecued fish followed by a local desert, accompanied by a glass of wine and tea or coffee. All too soon it will be time to re-board your vehicles for the 30-minute drive back to the pier.

Day 11 Tamatave (Toamasina)

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Choose from the following excursions:
PANGALANES CANALS
From the pier, board your local bus for the 30-minute drive to the Ambatovy Bridge, the gateway to the Pangalanes Canals. Board local boats for a 40-minute scenic cruise on the canals on your way to the fishing village, Ambodisaina. The Pangalanes is a long succession of rivers and lakes, separated in places by only a few hundred meters of forest and sand banks of the Indian ocean. See the daily life of locals working and living along the canals, the transportation of goods in traditional canoes and children playing. At the village you will be welcomed by the village chief and local dances. Ladies will be busy creating handicrafts, which will be available for sale. You might also observe the fisherman tending to their nets. Enjoy refreshments at a local restaurant, before re-boarding the boats for the same scenic cruise back to the jetty by the Ambatovy Bridge and your awaiting buses.
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IVONDRO PALM GROVE
From the pier, board your vehicle for the 45-minute drive to palm grove of Ivondro. This 3,000 Ha plantation has obtained the label of Sustainable Development in 2015. On arrival, follow your guide for a walk in the field. See the different tropical crops and spices such as: pineapple, cinnamon, coffee, cocoa, carambola and even vanilla. Next, you will visit the plant oil factory and discover the different manufacturing stages of palm oil. Ivondro Palmeraie promotes palm oil production practices aimed at reducing deforestation, preserving biodiversity, and respecting the livelihoods of rural communities. After your visit, re-board your bus for the short drive to the Belvedere. Here, you will have a panoramic view on the entire palm grove and the Ivondro River. Refreshments and fruits in season will be served here.
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IVOLOINA RESERVE
From the pier, board your local vehicle for the one-and-a-half-hour drive to Parc Ivoloina. A stop will be made at the “Ivoloina” River (river of bamboo), here you can walk through the village and see the locals about their daily life. Re-board your vehicle 150 m / yards further and continue your drive to the entrance of the reserve.
The history of Parc Ivoloina dates back to when Madagascar was a French colony and the area was used as a research site to grow and evaluate the performance of exotic crops and trees in the East coast's tropical climate. Follow your guide for a 1 km / 0.7-mile slow walk to a small waterfall, enjoy the lush vegetation while birds can be observed close to the park’s lak  Ivoloina is now a recreational and educational zoological park and home to twelve different species of lemurs, including five species of free-range lemurs. Of note are the critically endangered black and white ruffed lemur, the greater bamboo lemur, and the blue-eyed black lemur. The site also cares for three species of nocturnal lemur, including the infamous aye-aye. Visitors can also find radiated tortoises, boas, tomato frogs, panther chameleons, and more.

Day 12 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
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 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 observe marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

Day 13 Pointe des Galets

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Choose from the following:
PITON DE LA FOURNAISE VOLCANO ON 4WD
From the pier, board your air-conditioned 4-wheel drive vehicle for the 2-hour scenic drive to Nez de Boeuf. Start by heading south, passing a few seaside towns, until reaching the second largest city: Saint-Pierre. Next, drive inland through the cattle-rearing area towards the Plains. You will pass through extraordinary landscapes going from green to an almost lunar setting. You will stop at Nez le Boeuf, from where you can enjoy a breath-taking view into the volcano ravine surrounded by green countryside. The massive Piton de la Fournaise basaltic shield volcano rises to more than 8,632 ft/2,631 m above sea level and is one of the world’s most active volcanoes. After a short drive, you will reach the volcanic crater in Pas de Bellecombe, at a height of 7,580 ft/2,311 m, looking down into the active crater of the volcano, Piton de la Fournaise, which is mysteriously veiled by clouds. Some time will be allowed for picture taking and walking around to take in this spectacular panorama. A typical creole meal “carry” will be served for lunch in a local restaurant. Your visit continues with the “Cité du Volcan” museum, which features new state-of-the-art technology that allows you to experience some of the sensations of a volcanic eruption. Interactive displays engage visitors with the help of virtual reality, large-format touch-screens, holographic projections, and a 270-degree panoramic screen.
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L'ENTRE-DEUX & DOMAINE DU CAFÉ GRILLÉ
From the pier, board your air-conditioned coach for the one-hour drive to Entre-Deux. The village gets its name from the fact that it is situated between the two main tributaries of the Saint-Étienne River: the Bras de Cilaos to the west and the Bras de la Plaine to the east. The village of Entre-Deux flourished thanks to the coffee trade, introduced to the island in 1715; but sugar cane has also had significant success in the town. During your visit you will be charmed by the magnificent Creole houses, situated in the middle of the shady gardens and the plateau of Dimitile. Then, visit the garden “Domaine du café grillé” where you will discover the secrets of the great cultures that have formed the history of Reunion Island. The creators of the domain hope to help you discover the history of Reunion Island through its crops, a historical perspective, and cultural and agricultural heritage. Your guide will take you to explore the rock garden plants: plants for perfume, exotic plants such as colorful, ornamental, lianas, orchids and other botanical curiosities. You will feel the peaceful atmosphere of the bamboo plantation, the freshness of the undergrowth, the beauty of palm trees and fruit trees. Next, visit the area dedicated to crops that have marked the history of the island: coffee, sugar, vanilla, vetiver… You will see coffee on stalks ("Round Bourbon" coffee), then sun-dried, and that is the same coffee that you can enjoy at the end of visit.
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PITON MAIDO & GERANIUM DISTILLERY
From the pier, board your air-conditioned coach for the one-and-a-half-hour drive to the Belvedere of Maïdo. You will head towards the Western coast in the direction of Saint-Paul, then climb up to the mountainous centre of the island. You will pass through various little villages of the West Coast’s heights before arriving at a wonderful viewpoint, located at the edge of a cliff, 2,090 meters high. If weather conditions allow, you will be able to admire the breath-taking view over the ancient crater, the Cirque of Mafate, with its three unique villages. After a photo-stop and some time at leisure to walk around, re-board your coach for the drive down to the village of “La Petite France”, the centre of the geranium district. Visit a small geranium distillery, where the distillation process will be explained and where you will be able to buy geranium essences as well as other essential oils and perfumes.
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CIRQUE DE SALAZIE & VANILLA PLANTATION
From the pier, board your air-conditioned coach for the one-and-a-half-hour drive to the vanilla plantation. Following the seashore road to the Northern coast of Reunion Island you will quickly cross the capital of Saint-Denis. Arriving in Saint-André, you will visit a vanilla plantation. You will discover the history and the culture of this precious orchid, which is an integral part of the past and heritage of the island. Discover the vanilla beans and different production stages. After the visit, you will take the road leading to the Cirque. Salazie is a long, deep, sheer-walled canyon full of twisting hills and valleys, where waterfalls crash on the rocks on every side.
Although the cirque is generally swathed in mist and clouds, the most breath-taking site of this cirque is the towering waterfall known as “Le Voile de la Mariée”. There will be time for a photo-stop after which you will take the one-hour drive back to the pier.

Day 14 Port Louis | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
On the north-west coast of Mauritius, discover Port-Louis, the country’s multicultural capital.Constantly in movement, the city, which was once a port of call on the route to India, is home to many cultural and historic treasures. In addition to the city’s market where you will be able to discover all the local flavors and many handicrafts, make sure that you visit Fort Adelaide. Nestling on the heights of Port-Louis, this citadel built in the 16th century, classified as a national heritage monument, offers sumptuous views over the surroundings. Not far from there, the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden will reveal to you its countless plant species, coming from all four corners of the world.

Le Lyrial (CDP)

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28 cabins, 200 sq. ft. + 43 sq. ft. balcony located on Deck 3. Individually-controlled A/C, en suite shower, desk, Wi-Fi access, TV, and stereo.
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3 cabins on Deck 6, 290 sq. ft. + 54 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually-controlled A/C, en suite shower, sofa, armchair and pedestal table, Wi-Fi access, TV, and stereo.
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Prestige Suite - Deck 5
11 cabins, 398 sq. ft + 86 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually controlled A/C, ensuite bathroom with shower, desk, sofa, armchair & table, 2 TVs, stereo, Satellite telephone, Wi-Fi access.
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8 cabins, 398 sq. ft + 86 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually controlled A/C, ensuite bathroom with shower, desk, sofa, armchair & table, 2 TVs, stereo, Satellite telephone, Wi-Fi access.
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1 cabin, 484 sq. ft. + 96 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually controlled A/C, ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi and shower, desk, TV, stereo, Satellite telephone, Wi-Fi access.
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7 cabins, 398 sq. ft. + 86 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually controlled A/C, ensuite bathroom with bathtub and shower, desk, minibar, TV, stereo, Satellite telephone, Wi-Fi access.
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On Deck 6, 592 sq. ft. + 129 sq. ft. private balcony. Individually controlled A/C, ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi and shower, desk, sofa, table with 4 chairs, armchair and table, 2 televisions, stereo, Satellite telephone, Wi-Fi access.

Notes

*Rates are capacity controlled and are subject to change without notice.

Cruise fares are per person and include the following
  • All meals while on board the ship 
  • Captain’s welcome cocktail and gala dinner
  • “Open Bar” (pouring wines, house champagne, alcohol except premium brands...list available upon request)
  • Evening entertainment and events
  • 24h Room service (special selection)
  • English speaking lecturer 
  • Water sports activities (except scuba diving) using the ship’s equipment, when permitted by local authorities and confirmed by ship Master according to safety and sea conditions onsite
  • Highly experienced bilingual (French-English) Expedition team 
  • Park entry fees into protected areas
  • Complimentary boot rental on select cruises
  • Free and unlimited Wi-Fi (Internet access may be slower or in some situations interrupted, depending on certain geographic locations or other circumstances beyond our control).
Cruise fares do not include:
  • Any ground services before and/or after the cruise other than the ones mentioned 
  • Pre or post cruise programs, overland programs or shore excursions mentioned
  • Visa expenses and/or immigration reciprocity taxes if applicable
  • Luggage handling
  • Gratuities to onboard crew, local guides and drivers
  • Optional Spa package to be booked prior to your departure
  • Beverages other than the ones mentioned
  • Laundry services, hair salon and à la carte Spa treatments
  • Personal expenses, on board medical consultations and drug prescriptions
  • Cancellation/luggage/assistance/repatriation/medical insurance(s)
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