Ama Waterways Danube River Cruises
As Europe’s second-longest river and a vital means of transportation for 2,000 years, the Danube is the only major European river to flow from west to east.
Cruises on the Danube run through:
|• Germany||• Austria|
|• Slovakia||• Hungary|
|• Croatia||• Serbia|
|• Romania||• Bulgaria|
Ama Waterways Gironde / Dordogne / Garonne River Cruises
The Gironde is an estuary in southwest France, located at the meeting of the Dordogne and Garonne. Upstream you’ll find the center of the Bordeaux. This is a beautiful place to experience France!
Cruises on the Gironde / Dordogne / Garonne run through:
Ama Waterways Irrawaddy / Mekong / Ganges River Cruises
The Irrawaddy is the largest and most important river in Burma (Myanmar). It flows from north to south, through the Irrawaddy Delta, emptying into the Andaman Sea. Along the banks of the Irrawaddy, river cruise guests will see rice growing, fishermen plying their nets, and golden stupas (spires) dotting the landscape.
Cruises on the Irrawaddy/Mekong and Ganges rivers run through:
Ama Waterways Chobe River Cruises
The Chobe river starts out as the Cuando in the central plateau of Angola and flows southeast along Zambia. After it flows through seasonal Lake Liambesi, it becomes called the Chobe and flows into the Zambezi.
Cruises on the Chobe run through:
|• Botswana||• Zambia|
|• Namibia||• Angola|
Ama Waterways Seine River Cruises
The Seine rises just northwest of Dijon and flows in northwesterly through Paris before emptying into the English Channel at Le Havre. It’s one of Europe’s great historic rivers and since the early Middle Ages has been considered the river of Paris.
Cruises on the Seine run through:
Ama Waterways Magdalena River Cruises
There is perhaps no river that embraces diversity more than the Magdalena, described by novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez as the “River of Life.” Many explorers sailed along its northerly path, paving the way for trade and communication between the Andes and the Caribbean Sea. The river basin today is home to approximately 80% of Colombia’s population, a melting pot comprised of Indigenous, European, and African ancestry.
Cruises on the Magdalena run through: