optional add-on cruise package


OCTOBER 9 thru 13, 2023

Discover the LGBTQ+ Capitol of Africa!



Monday, October 9Cape Town Arrival
Tuesday, October 10Table Mountain Excursion
Wednesday, October 11Cape Point & Boulders Beach
Thursday, October 12Wine Country Tour
Friday, October 13Final Day in Cape Town

Gorgeous beaches, a vibrant LGBTQ+ community, and fantastic food… there is much to love about Cape Town, and plenty of reasons why it is frequently lauded as the gay capital of Africa! Cape Town is famous for welcoming LGBTQ+ tourists with a warm cozy hug, and why it’s rated as one of the most gay friendly places in the world. The South African government legalized marriage equality in 2006, becoming the first African country to do so.

We’ll be staying close to the De Waterkant district, a hotspot for gay travelers. It’s a vibrant neighborhood, with lots of shops and restaurants displaying the rainbow flag in their windows… wandering around feels like exploring a rainbow paradise. De Waterkant is also considered one of Cape Town’s trendiest districts, full of historic buildings, boutique shops, and highly rated restaurants. By day it has the buzz of a small village. By night it becomes the beating pulse of the city’s LGBTQ community.

5 Day/4 Night Package

for 2 People


($5,800 for two)

Package Includes:

Welcome Cocktail Party & Dinner

Table Mountain Excursion

Cape Point & Boulders Beach

Wine Country Tour

* Prices based on the Table Bay Luxury Room, double occupancy.

Gay Cape Town

A fusion of cultures, gastronomies, and majestic landscapes, there is no place on Earth quite as glorious and charismatic as Cape Town. It also happens to be the fabulous Gay Capital of Africa! Cape Town is known to locals as the mother city, and it’s frequently added to the list of must-visit places around the world. Flanked by the impressive Table Mountain, which the city curves around while hugging the coast, it’s an incredibly diverse city and an impressively gay-friendly destination. Cape Town is renown the world over for its luxurious hotels, vineyards, gorgeous coastline, hiking, and cosmopolitan nightlife. As incredible as it sounds, South Africa’s constitution was the first in the world to protect people from discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, and the country was the first in Africa to legalize same-sex marriage.

During our time in Cape Town, we’ll explore the LGBTQ+ district of De Waterkant, enjoy panoramic views from the top of Table Mountain (one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature), and visit Cape Point, a famous landmark in Cape Town where you’ll witness spans of beautiful landscapes and see the African penguins at Boulders beach.

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