2023 is going to be a bonzer year for U.S.-based river cruises with American Cruise Lines‘ announcement of its brand new National Parks & Legendary Rivers itinerary, the country’s largest land-cruise package and the first-ever adventure that will take your clients from the river to the mountain states’ national parks.
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Available to book now, this trip-of-a-lifetime will take your clients from Portland, Oregon, to Jackson, Wyoming. The itinerary includes an 8-day cruise, a special Jet Boat adventure in Hells Canyon, and a 7-day land quest through Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Note: There is limited availability and it is sold as one commissionable itinerary and not sold separately.
“This new itinerary showcases the operating breadth and market leadership of American Cruise Lines. The National Parks & Legendary Rivers itinerary offers our guests a unique opportunity to explore two rivers and five states throughout the Northwest in a single seamless journey,” said Charles B. Robertson, president & CEO of American Cruise Lines, in a press statement.
All of American Cruise Lines Columbia & Snake and Mississippi River cruises include a Complimentary Pre-Cruise Hotel Stay in every departure city across the country. Everything on board the ships is included (all fine dining, snacks, drinks, cocktails, evening entertainment, and daily enrichment and lectures). There are also included shore excursions in nearly all ports, as well as some premium experiences which are available for additional fees. American Cruise Lines also offers flat rate domestic airfare for all U.S. River & Coastal cruises.
The National Parks portion of the itinerary includes a dedicated American Cruise Lines’ adventure guide leading guests throughout their entire journey; accommodations in centrally located hotels; transportation to the parks each day; park entrance fees and fully curated experiences within the parks; all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner); and transportation at the conclusion of the adventure to the airport in Jackson, Wyoming.
In other American Cruise Lines news, the company christened its newest ship, the American Symphony in Natchez, Mississippi—the new riverboat’s official Godmother City.
“American Cruise Lines led the last decade of river cruising on the Mississippi and, with new boats like American Symphony, will lead the next one. Natchez, Vidalia and all the towns along the way make the Mississippi the best cruising river in the world. We are so grateful for all the community involvement in tourism on the river and we are honored to make Natchez the Godmother City of American Symphony,” said Robertson in a press statement.
For more information, visit americancruiselines.com.