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Cruises visiting Mamoudzou & all Mamoudzou cruises for  2020-2021

View Mamoudzou 2020-2021 cruises for 3 ships listing 7 cruises from Mamoudzou with today's best deals!

Located in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Mozambique, Mayotte (French Comoros) primarily consists of two islands, Grande Terre - on which Mamoudzou the capital of Mayotte is situated - and Petite Terre, as well as many other uninhabited islands. These islands are of volcanic origin as evidenced by the ancient volcanic peaks and ravines, and are endowed with breath-taking natural splendour including endemic flora and fauna. The islet of Pamandzi has a volcanic crater filled with emerald green waters known as the ‘Lake of the volcano’, while another beautiful site is in Sulu, where a waterfall falls directly into the sea. All of this, together with the warm climate, results in hiking being very popular.

Mayotte is also home to several spectacular beaches, hence snorkelling, diving, sailing, spear fishing, angling, exploring lagoons in canoes, and other water sports are also popular tourist activities. Interestingly, the beaches in southern Mayotte have sea turtles as well. Some of the most popular beaches in the island are Ngoudja, Salou and Plage Moya. The islet of Pamandzi, with its beautiful greenery, is a preferred spot for diving. There are many establishments that provide water sport activities to tourists. The richness in underwater flora and fauna, coupled with shallow waters during low tides, makes Mayotte a hotspot for study of underwater life. Boating trips to spot whales is another attraction in Mayotte.

The inhabitants, the majority being Islamic, are very friendly and tolerant. The cuisine of Mayotte is a blend of French, Arabic, African and Indian. Rice, meat and seafood are part of daily diet. Art forms include dances like Mougodro and Wadaha, which highlights that the culture and art forms also reflect the Arab, African, and French styles. French is the official language used for administrative purposes, schools, Radio and Television.

Cruises visiting Mamoudzou in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

22

MAR

Pacific Princess cruises

45

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises

Sold out

N/A

22

MAR

Pacific Princess cruises

74

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises

$23,989

$324

22

MAR

Pacific Princess cruises

96

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises

$27,649

$288

22

MAR

Pacific Princess cruises

111

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises

$33,019

$297

22

MAR

Pacific Princess cruises

111

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises

$31,270

$282

27

DEC

Nautica cruises

30

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$12,140

$405

Cruises visiting Mamoudzou in 2021

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

12

MAR

Crystal Symphony cruises

14

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$11,670

$834

Mamoudzou cruises

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