Azamara Pursuit heads to South America this winter
The line will commence a series of cruises from Cape Town and Rio de Janeiro in December, the first time it has sailed there since early 2020
Azamara returns to South Africa and South America this winter, for the first time since early 2020.
Azamara Journey will arrive in Cape Town on December 20, 2022, after which it will embark on six back-to-back South Africa Intensive voyages.
These include visits to the Addo Elephant National Park in Port Elizabeth, the beaches of East London and a few rounds on some of South Africa’s most luxurious golf courses with Azamara’s partner, PerryGolf.
Meanwhile, Azamara Pursuit arrives in Rio de Janeiro on December 16 and will then take in the city’s famous Carnival festivities before visiting South America’s most picturesque coasts.
Azamara’s South America itineraries will also sail along the Antarctic Peninsula, the Beagle Channel and the Strait of Magellan, with stops in the Falkland Islands.
“With the travel and cruising industries continuing to take significant steps forward, we are thrilled to bring our guests deeper to explore even more hidden gems of the world on our four ships,” said Michael Pawlus, Azamara’s director of strategic itinerary and destination planning.
“Both South Africa and many South American countries are bucket-list travel destinations for travellers, and we look forward to our guests discovering the rich culture and local life of these unique destinations with Azamara.”
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