AmaWaterways’ land programs and shore excursions in Vietnam and Cambodia require a moderate-to-challenging amount of walking. Streets, temple complexes, docking locales, and other sites have steps and/or uneven terrain. Some of the embarkation/disembarkation points between ship and shore are not be able to accommodate passengers with mobility issues and who use wheelchairs, scooters, walkers or any other mechanical devices. Facilities and services for passengers with physical limitations are sometimes limited or non-existent.
We kindly request guests requiring special assistance be accompanied by a companion who is physically able to provide such assistance. Transfers and shore excursions adhere to a set schedule and cannot be adjusted for unexpected delays due to physical limitations. AmaWaterways and its affiliates are not responsible for any denial of services by airline carriers, cruise vessels, hotels, motorcoaches, local guides/operators or other independent suppliers. .
There is no doctor or nurse aboard your cruise. Please consult your physician prior to traveling if you have a medical condition that might pose limitations during your trip. Any medical condition requiring special attention must be reported to AmaWaterways at the time of booking.
The AmaDara is not equipped with handicapped facilities such as ramps or elevators, and hallways and doorways are not wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs or scooters. Motorcoaches, boats, and minibuses used for transfers and shore excursions also are not handicap-accessible.
Please let us know prior to your departure if you have any special dietary requirements (e.g. vegan, diabetic, gluten-free, etc). We will make every effort to accommodate your requests, with the resources available to us.
We recommend using bottled water for drinking and brushing your teeth when you travel to southeast Asia. A supply will be readily available onboard during your trip. If you have a meal in town on your own, ask that bottled drinks be opened at the table (to ensure purity) and refuse ice cubes. Drink often to avoid dehydration, too.
Please be cautious when sampling any food purchased from street vendors, as hygiene standards may be sub-par. It’s best to avoid dairy products, salads, and any food that is uncooked or fruit that you have not peeled yourself.