The use of Asian waterways to travel is as ancient as the empires themselves. There is nothing more breathtaking than the experience of sailing through these lands. This unique opportunity allows cruisers to explore, taste & see the sites in a deeply intimate way. Asia is newer to the river cruise scene, be one of the first to experience Asia in a completely new way. See our full list of Asian Rivers below to choose your cruise!
The Rivers of Asia
The Mekong River stretches from its source high up in the Tibetan Plateau over 3,000 miles through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. The Mekong takes explorers from ancient ruins to bustling modern citiscapes. Mekong River Cruises are ideal for those interested in the great wonders of this magnificent world. See a list of our most popularMekong River Cruises, or call our travel experts for more information.
To travel through India is to encounter a country more complex and beguiling than perhaps any other—profoundly mysterious, gloriously exotic, seemingly infinite, and absolutely unforgettable. If you're looking for a cruise equally as colorful as richly cultural, the Ganges is for you. See a list of our most popular Ganges River Cruises, or call our travel experts for more information.
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The Rivers of Asia
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Coursing more than 1,300 miles through central Myanmar, the Irrawaddy and its surrounding valley form the historical, cultural, and economic heart of Myanmar. From its glacial origins in the soaring Himalayas, it meanders peacefully through jungle-shrouded highlands and sun-seared plains to its mangrove-dotted delta at the Andaman Sea. The country’s largest river, this “Road to Mandalay” offers you a fascinating glimpse of “The Golden Land” that is Myanmar. See a list of our most popular Irrawaddy River Cruises, or call our travel experts for more information,
The most important river in the history, culture, and economy of China, the Yangtze is the longest river in Asia and the third-longest in the world. At more than 3,900 miles, it flows from the glaciers of the Tibetan Plateau across southwest, central, and eastern China before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai. The Yangtze River is ideal for those interested in wonders both natural and ancient. Experience a deep peace along the banks of the Yangtze. See a list of our most popular Yangtze River Cruises, or call our travel experts for more information.