Excursions on river cruises outside Europe

We offer the chance to trace the flow of some of the most beautiful rivers in the world. On the Mekong, a river with ancestral memories, we will take you from Ho Chi Minh City, an old colonial city, to the heart of a lush and wild jungle, where sits the majestic and fantastic temples of Angkor Wat at which you will visit every nook and cranny.

Our ships will also take you along the Volga, among the infinite lands of Russia. You will visit ancient monasteries and isolated villages in the tundra before heading to Moscow or St. Petersburg.

In southern Africa, you will visit Johannesburg, where our guides will lead you in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela. You will see his birthplace and, if you choose to visit Cape Town as well, Robben Island, where he was long detained. Then you will go in search of the largest animals during a land and water safaris around Lake Kariba and in the Chobe Natural Park. So that you make the most of your stay at the end of the world, it is also offered, among all our excursions, to meet the locals and share with them a piece of their traditions.

In Burma, and over the Irrawaddy, you will see the legendary and mysterious Bagan Valley, with its thousand golden-roofed temples. It is a unique place in the world, surrounded by many secrets but also a rare beauty, inspiring the most incredible fantasies.

In China, after visiting some of the largest cities in the world, you will see the remote and unspoiled countryside. Along the Yangtze Kiang, you will retrace the history of the country, its major historical sites to its natural beauty, through its mythical hanging villages.

Finally, the St. Lawrence, in Canada. From Montreal to Quebec, via Toronto, our excursions will for sure surprise you and discover everything about Canada, without a doubt one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

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