Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is to embark on its first Indian Ocean islands fly-cruise next year.
The 14-night itinerary covers Mauritius, the Seychelles, Madagascar, Reunion Island and Mayotte on the 880-passenger Boudicca (pictured).
The cruise includes flights from London and Manchester departing on November 30, 2017.
Past Fred Olsen passengers can book until Friday with the cruise going on general sale on Saturday (May 7). Prices lead in at £2,699 per person including flights.
Sales and marketing director, Nathan Philpot, said: “We are extremely excited to be launching our first ever fly-cruise to the Indian Ocean region.
“It is an exquisite part of the world, with some of the very best beaches – such as Flic en Flac, Anse Lazio and Cote D’Or – as well as rainforests, national parks, extinct volcanoes and beautiful flora and fauna.
“There will be opportunities to walk with lions, discover giant tortoises, see black lemurs and even go in search of the rare black parrot.
“Hotels and flights to destinations in the Indian Ocean are very costly, and it is near-impossible to visit this number of islands and enjoy so much of the scenery on a land-based holiday.
“We have painstakingly researched and planned every detail of this cruise holiday to offer our guests the very best experience, all for a very reasonable price.”
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