AmaWaterways will resume sailing on the Mekong River from 17 October 2022. Reservations are now open for sailings through Vietnam and Cambodia to explore the Mekong River aboard the 124-passenger AmaDara, a distinctive 92-metre ship featuring 62 elegantly appointed staterooms and suites.
“Now that entry regulations are easing, Vietnam and Cambodia have jumped to the top of our guests’ must-visit travel lists,” said Kristin Karst, Executive VP and Co-Founder of AmaWaterways.
“We are seeing pent-up desire for authentic experiences in exotic destinations, so we are absolutely thrilled to bring our guests back to one of my favourite parts of the world, where the beauty of the place we visit are only surpassed by the gentleness of the people who call those places home,” Karst said.
Guests are able to take advantage of two itineraries, Riches of the Mekong and Charms of the Mekong, that take travelers through Cambodia and Vietnam.
AmaDara offers an extraordinary river cruise experience with spacious, luxury accommodations boasting French-colonial décor, twin balconies, and carved wood furniture. Onboard, guests can experience high-end amenities including massage rooms, a fitness room, and a sun-deck pool, as well as award-winning dining at the Mekong Restaurant and the Chef’s Table specialty restaurant. Evening cocktails with panoramic views await guests in the spacious Saigon Lounge.
As with all of AmaWaterways’ river cruises, guests are provided with an enhanced level of luxury, an abundance of personal space, and a choice of included daily excursions to personalise the way of experiencing these exotic destinations.
“Whether traveling solo, as a couple or with a group of family and friends, our warm and friendly AmaDara crew are waiting anxiously to welcome guests back to the magical Mekong River, where they will experience memories that will last a lifetime,” added Karst.
AmaWaterways also offers unique pre- and post-cruise land programs, inviting guests on a journey to delve deep into the fascinating history and cultures of Cambodia and Vietnam.