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Asia River Cruise Travel Packages

Asia River Cruises

The Rivers of Asia

A journey on one of Asia’s great rivers offers a tapestry of fascinating sights, colorful cultures, and ancient traditions. A journey with Avalon Waterways gets you closer to all the must-see sights and introduces you to the locals and their way of life. Our very design is different because it was inspired by you...for a more intimate experience on our new all-suite ships in Southeast Asia with no more than 36 travelers and our Small Group Discoveries in China with no more than 20 travelers, a more immersive experience with our Local Favorites designed to spotlight the unique stories in each destination, and more shore excursions-all led by our expert Cruise Directors and carefully selected Certified Local Guides. All of this and so much more await on an adventure you’ll never forget.

Mekong River Cruise Vacations

The Mekong River

From its source high up in the Tibetan Plateau the powerful Mekong River courses for over 3,000 miles through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, providing a lifeline for millions of people. By the end of your journey along the Mekong you will have a better understanding of life along the river.
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Irrawaddy River Cruise Vacations

The Upper Irrawaddy

Coursing more than 1,300 miles through central Myanmar, the Irrawaddy and its surrounding valley form the historical, cultural, and economic heart of Myanmar. The country’s largest river, this “Road to Mandalay” offers you a fascinating glimpse of “The Golden Land” that is Myanmar.
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Yangtze River Cruise Packages

The Yangtze River

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.
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