Best river cruises
River cruises are becoming more and more popular as people want new experiences. River cruises have the obvious advantage of always being able to see the land without any of the rocking that causes seasickness. Under other circumstances, the average tourist is unable to visit most river cruise destinations.
Many companies offer river cruises, however, they cannot use standard cruise ships. A river cruise usually involves a smaller ship and a more intimate setting.
Cruise on the Nile
The Nile is perhaps the most famous river in the world. On this river you can explore the treasures of Egypt, from the pyramids to local riches. You usually take a Nile cruise from a big city such as Luxor and Aswan. From here you cruise the Nile, admiring and immersing yourself in the atmosphere, sounds and smells of Egypt. Along the way down the Nile, you will make many stops during which you will have the opportunity to admire such interesting and beautiful sights as the Valley of the Kings (Valley of the Kings), Aswan High Dam (Aswan High Dam), and the Temple of Philae (Temple of Philae).
The Yangtze River in China will take you through some areas of this magical and fascinating country. Your journey will begin in modern China and continue into the countryside, where the locals still uphold traditional beliefs and practices. You are likely to visit cities such as Beijing, Xi’an and Tibet. The only way to get to know China as closely as possible is to take a cruise on the Yangtze River.
Cruise on the Mekong River
The Mekong River meanders through Southeast Asia and the cruise promises an exciting and unforgettable journey through this extraordinary country. The Mekong River begins its course in the mountains of Tibet, then flows through the southwestern part of China and Burma, draws the border between Thailand and Laos, passes in a serpentine through Cambodia and Vietnam. Some of the scenery and sights along the river cruise are truly amazing and breathtaking.
Anyone can imagine the image of Sydney Harbour. Enjoy the best views of the harbour, bridge and opera house on the Sydney Harbor River Cruise. Cruises around the port area are typically small boats with around 60 cabins, all air conditioned and decorated to the highest standards. Due to its proximity to the shore, the ship is more like a floating hotel with the possibility of shore excursions at almost any time!
A river cruise is a little different than a regular sea cruise, and perhaps a river cruise is exactly what you are looking for. Cruises often take you to destinations and points of interest that you can’t reach with other means of transport.