Porlwi Festival – Celebrate Nature 

In December 2017, Port Louis celebrates Nature during the annual Porlwi Festival, which combines light displays, artist installations, music and cuisine, as tourists and locals alike are challenged to think about a greener future and how humans and nature can cohabit in a modern city.  While most activities will take place in the old streets of Port Louis, the most spectacular view will be high above as some of the city’s most iconic buildings are dressed in light. Escape the crowds with Intercruises during a sunset cruise along the waterfront, where guests can relax with cocktails & canapes while enjoying the city’s light show.

The Chickfun Bus – Real Local Immersion

The bus is not air-conditioned, has basic seats and sometimes carries live animals, such as chickens and rabbits, BUT we promise an exceptional journey full of discovery, surprises and fun for those who dare. Get an authentic glimpse of local Mauritian life by hopping on one of our local buses for a journey along a coastal road through the traditional villages of Mauritius. During the trip meet artisans from daily Mauritian folklore – a local fisherman going home, a sugarcane cutter with fresh sugarcane for his kids, a local rum maker on his way to the market, a peanut seller with delicious snacks or a troupe of sega musicians and dancers on the way to a party (Please Note: You may be invited to dance!). Note: This tour has been specially prepared by our dedicated product team to showcase the local life and culture. We employ only locals from the region to perform in this tour.  

Rovos Rail – South Africa’s Luxury Train

The golden age of luxury train travel has been renewed in the heart of the African bush. Rovos Rail, with its private station in Pretoria, provides a unique train safari through some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa. With discreet and friendly service, five-star cuisine and a selection of South Africa’s finest wines, step back in time to a simpler, more elegant era encompassing the timeless grace and high romance of African exploration. During this 2 night spectacular 1600 kilometre journey through South Africa, guests will visit Kimberley to see the Big Hole and Diamond Mine Museum, followed by the quaint village of Matjiesfontein via Beaufort West and then ending in Cape Town via Touws River and Worcester.

Kolmanskop – Ghost Town of The Namib

Explore this abandoned German mining settlement located in the Sperrgebiet with an expert guide leading you through a town of deserted, sand covered German buildings, filled with the remains of historic artefacts of yesteryear.


For more information please contact Elena: e.garcia@intercruises.com

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