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2024 is gearing up to be another banner year for AmaWaterways, and it’s all laid out in their new Heart of the River brochure, showcasing adventures across Europe, Egypt, Asia, Colombia and Africa and sharing details of its new ships, itineraries and packages. The brochure can be downloaded immediately from their website in digital form or you can order print versions online.

“We have a lot in store for 2024 and are delighted to provide travel advisors and their clients with all the details they need to plan the trip of a lifetime,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways, in a press statement. “Whether novice or veteran river cruisers, our 2024 sailing season truly has something for everyone, from the history and culture of Europe to the unexplored splendor of Colombia.”

All That’s News From AmaWaterways

Among the many standouts from the cruise line, AmaWaterways will be debuting two new ships and itineraries in Colombia—the line will be the first major river cruise line to sail the Magdalena River. They will offer two new 7-day itineraries sailing between Cartagena and Barranquilla. The Magic of Colombia and the Wonders of Colombia will open up new worlds for your clients along the only river in the Caribbean, where they will experience UNESCO World Heritage sites and traditions. Departures are available year-round and include unforgettable shore excursions such as a live Carnaval performance, local gastronomy, city tours and more that are included in the price of the cruise. Optional pre-cruise land packages in Medellin and Cartagena and a post-cruise land package in Panama City, Panama, are also available.

In Europe, the line has launched its first-ever 49-night Seven River Journeys itinerary, which tacks on an additional country to 2023’s 45- to 46-night experience. There are two of these mega-itineraries available, which will take your clients between the North and Black Seas through 15 countries across the European continent, sailing along the Rhine and Moselle rivers, the Danube and, for the first time, the Danube Delta Region. And, in another first for AmaWaterways, your clients won’t have to change ships since the entire experience will be on board AmaMora. 

The brochure also highlights a new Flavors of Burgundy itinerary with pre-and post-cruise three-night land packages in Geneva and Paris. The itinerary sails between the Port of Dijon and Lyon and lasts for 7 nights.

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