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Europe, Africa, Egypt and Asia are on tap for river cruises with AmaWaterways’ new 2024 itineraries—and not only do early bookings get an added reward, but there are also extended seasons on the Rhine, Danube and Douro rivers and a slew of immersive experiences available, the better for you to help craft unforgettable vacations for every cruiser on your client list.

“With an increased demand for intimate travel experiences, we knew how important it was to our guests, particularly those traveling with a group of friends or family, to confirm their 2024 travel plans and begin anticipating the wonderful, enriching vacation that awaits,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways, said in a press statement. “Our repeat guests and novice river cruise travelers can save 5 percent on balcony staterooms and suites by placing a deposit for their 2024 river cruise by Dec. 31, 2022, and then relax knowing that the itinerary and stateroom of their choice are confirmed, while the full payment is not due until 90 days before departure.”

In 2024, AmaWaterways is also adding a second ship on the Nile, plus a new itinerary on the Saône River through the Burgundy region of France. Note for travel advisors booking groups: the Complimentary Land Package offer has been extended for groups only embarking on select departures in 2024 with a confirmed group contract and goodwill deposit submitted by Dec. 31, 2022.

The popular Seven Rivers Journeys, launched in 2021, has been retooled for 2024 with two new journeys offering 49 nights of cruising down the entire length of the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers, visiting 15 countries while on board the AmaMora. What’s more, travelers on both sailings can now expand their journey into the southern tip of the Danube Delta region that leads to the Black Sea. 

AmaWaterways Rivers and New Ships

Among the rivers included in the 2024 travels are the Douro River in Portugal, the Saone River in France, the Danube, the Rhine, Main and Moselle Rivers, the Dutch and Belgian Waterways, the Nile, the Chobe in Africa, the Mekong River and the Magdalena River in Colombia—details on the latter and the two new ships for these voyages will be released in January 2023.

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