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AmaWaterways leads the way in Europe river cruising with award-winning river cruises and the highest rated ships on Europe’s Danube, Douro, Garonne, Main, Mosel, Rhine, Rhone and Seine Rivers. AmaWaterways European river cruises provide all the luxuries of a 5-star hotel including lavish twin-balcony staterooms, fine dining in a variety of venues, comfortable public spaces, hair salon, fitness room and sun deck pool. River cruising is an excellent way to experience a destination in luxury and style, and AmaWaterways Europe river cruises offer the chance to explore historic sites from the comfort of a floating hotel.
AmaWaterways’ Vietnam, Cambodia & the Riches of the Mekong river cruise is one of our most exotic and unforgettable journeys. Marvel at ancient temples, mist-covered mountains and colorful floating markets along the Mekong River as you travel by river cruise through two of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful countries. Along the way, visit a Buddhist monastery, the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda in Phnom Penh, and try your hand at the delicate art of rice papermaking. Our deluxe river cruise ships on the Mekong River feature regionally-inspired cuisine, spa treatments and a pool on the sun deck so our guests can return to luxury after each exotic adventure.
Our Africa river cruise itineraries pair a unique voyage on the Chobe River with luxurious land and safari programs. There is no other Africa river cruise quite like this. Spend 4 nights on the all-suite Zambezi Queen, from where you will see wildlife along the Chobe River on your cruise. Combine that with visits to dream destinations like Cape Town, Victoria Falls, Johannesburg, Tanzania and Botswana.

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