AmaWaterways Mid-October News Roundup

As the river cruise market grows, one trend cruise companies are noticing is a demand for personalized experiences. From active and unique shore excursions to the option of connecting staterooms, diverse menus, and pre-cruise land extensions, AmaWaterways can customize a river cruise vacation to every guest's needs and wants.

AmaSonata. Photo courtesy of AmaWaterways

Featured Offer

AmaWaterways has extended its 2-for-1 land offer on 2019 Mekong river cruises until October 31, 2018. This cruise gives guests the opportunity to not only visit off-the-beaten-path villages in Vietnam and Cambodia, but to experience the UNESCO-designated Angkor Archaeological Complex in Siem Reap.

Learn more about 2-for-1 land on the Mekong here.

In addition, AmaWaterways' 14-night Magnificent Europe itinerary will take guests to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites of international significance, including the Cologne Cathedral and the Rhine Gorge. They'll see six historic castles, visit five countries, cruise three rivers and transit the Main-Danube Canal – all in one epic journey. Select 2019 departures receive free roundtrip airfare and transfers through AmaWaterways from more than 50 U.S. and Canada gateways when booked by October 31.

Fly Free on select 2019 European Cruises

Product Update

For those who adhere to gluten-free diets, dining outside the home can be a challenge. Options such as special cookies in the Main Lounge, gluten-free beer at the bar and even gluten-free pasta, bread, and pancakes are offered in addition to regionally-inspired main dishes and desserts that are also gluten-free. Guests simply need to inform their travel advisor at the time of booking, and the waitstaff will work with them to ensure their meals are prepared separately.

Itinerary Spotlight

Who doesn't have Africa on their bucket list? AmaWaterways' will feature two new sailings, a 14-night Stars of South Africa itinerary, beginning in Cape Town on November 15, 2019, and a 12-night Wildlife and the Falls departure, beginning in Johannesburg November 18, 2019. Both itineraries include a 4-night Chobe River wildlife cruise, two nights in Victoria Falls and three nights in the Tintswalo Safari Lodge set in Greater Kruger National Park.

Learn more about Africa sailings here.

AmaMagna Update

For guests with mobility challenges, the new AmaMagna makes enjoying the scenery along the Danube River easier than before. A pop-up glass elevator offers access to the Sun Deck, allowing guests for whom stair climbing is difficult to access the pool, whirlpool and pop-up sky bar.

Read more about AmaMagna here.

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