Seabourn switches itinerary on 90-day Grand Africa Voyage

Seabourn has made modifications to its 90-day Grand Africa Voyage, featuring a new itinerary that will take travellers to the East, South, and West Coasts of the continent.

Changes were made to the original itinerary to prioritize the safety of guests and to avoid the Red Sea, while designing a new  itinerary. The length of the journey remains unchanged, and includes in-depth exploration of the continent with only one repeat port.

Seabourn Sojourn will still sail roundtrip from Barcelona departing on Nov. 30, 2024. The new itinerary includes visits to 42 marquee and off-the-beaten-path destinations and cities in 20 countries, with seven overnight stays.

“I am so delighted for our guests, as I feel our deployment team did an amazing job crafting this modified Grand Africa Voyage that provides ample opportunities for our guests to discover Africa’s stunning natural wonders and diverse cultures,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn. “This 90-day itinerary with 42 ports is Seabourn’s most in-depth Africa experience that I know so many guests are looking forward to.”

About the Grand Africa Voyage

The Grand Africa Voyage invites guests to explore Africa’s natural beauty via safari, hikes, scuba, snorkelling and other enriching cultural experiences, such as a visit to a camel milk farm, botanical gardens, living archaeological museums, and more.

In addition, several optional multi-day Seabourn Journeys will be available at various destinations, offering in-depth opportunities to explore treasured sites on land that cannot be accessed on single-day excursions from the ship, including a gorilla sanctuary, Victoria Falls, and more.

Seabourn Sojourn will visit a blend of historically profound destinations on its Grand Africa Voyage.

Highlights include luscious, tropical paradises such as the Seychelles; lands with breathtaking, diverse landscapes and wildlife such as Madagascar and Zanzibar; and culturally rich destinations such as Cape Town, Morocco and Mozambique.

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